There are still a lot of unknown factors when it comes to the upcoming Bitcoin Cash hard fork. With numerous camps emerging, one has to wonder how many chains will exist after the fork itself completes on November 15th. So far, the hashrate statistics are quite telling, although that only tells one part of the story at this time.
Four different “versions” of Bitcoin Cash may exist after the hard fork completes. This is primarily because there are many conflicting opinions on what the future of this altcoin will entail. In the case of Bitcoin Unlimited (status quo), it pertains to network nodes who will simply not upgrade to the new rules under any circumstances. It has an estimated 4% of the network hashrate, although this number has been on the decline for some time now.