Sequential redundancy is another source of inefficiency that is introduced when a protocol is forked to include new features over time, fragmenting the network of end users according to the particular version of the protocol they happen to be using.
The difference between App Coins and Protocol Tokens
Will Warren

This only occurs in the case of incompatible hard forks. One can add any features they want as a soft fork without fragmenting the network.

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