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A fork is the process by which a blockchain network incorporates a new version of its protocol. This update is typically done to either fix existing issues or to introduce new functionalities to the network. The concept of forking is not exclusive to blockchain networks. However, it has become much popular in the context of cryptocurrencies and decentralized systems.

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