It's definitely gone. Some vodoo magic accounting. There's quite a few places thought where forks "burn" or "destroy" 0.01 units of their coin as well as some places where Bitcoin miners "threw away" their block rewards/fees. Just some magic accounting - I always sort of keep a running accounting book as I study tx. I think it's funny how we're in a similar spot today with "ETH" -- it's 0.01+ for small 10-30 USD/transactions so I don't even bother with it. Like I missed the BTC train, I go for precursors (older codebases than the Bitcoin Core code, or bets on special forks that are long "dormant" but have a good dev community). I feel like "ETH" isn't the only chain that is gonna merge with one of its forks ('Beacon Chain' merge for ETH 2.0). Just a hunch.