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November 01, 2015, 02:06:51 PM
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Please share your experience in using CLAM altcoin through Blockchain  Wink
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November 01, 2015, 04:11:12 PM
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My experience: Heard about the blockchain digging, thought it was a cool idea.  Logged into an old blockchain.info wallet i hadn't used in months (empty) to get private keys. Imported into the CLAM wallet and dug 4.8 CLAM from a single address (main one.. none of the change addresses had CLAMS)

the 4.8 CLAMS are now worth 0.010416 BTC, but has been as high as 0.0624+





















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November 02, 2015, 03:06:31 PM
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My experience: Heard about the blockchain digging, thought it was a cool idea.  Logged into an old blockchain.info wallet i hadn't used in months (empty) to get private keys. Imported into the CLAM wallet and dug 4.8 CLAM from a single address (main one.. none of the change addresses had CLAMS)

the 4.8 CLAMS are now worth 0.010416 BTC, but has been as high as 0.0624+

Thanks for your reply.  Wink It is hard to get any information about CLAM   Cheesy




















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November 02, 2015, 07:49:57 PM
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My experience: Heard about the blockchain digging, thought it was a cool idea.  Logged into an old blockchain.info wallet i hadn't used in months (empty) to get private keys. Imported into the CLAM wallet and dug 4.8 CLAM from a single address (main one.. none of the change addresses had CLAMS)

the 4.8 CLAMS are now worth 0.010416 BTC, but has been as high as 0.0624+

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is there a tutorial on how to claim your CLAM coins? and how do i get the keys exported out from Blockchain.info






















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November 02, 2015, 08:53:09 PM
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is there a tutorial on how to claim your CLAM coins? and how do i get the keys exported out from Blockchain.info



Sure, here's what i did:

Log in, go to Import/Export

click 'I Understand'

go to Export Unencrypted, select key format 'Bitcoin-QT', you should see yours keys

you can now open the Clam wallet and goto console, type: importprivkey your_key


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November 03, 2015, 09:18:11 AM
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is there a tutorial on how to claim your CLAM coins? and how do i get the keys exported out from Blockchain.info



Sure, here's what i did:

Log in, go to Import/Export

click 'I Understand'

go to Export Unencrypted, select key format 'Bitcoin-QT', you should see yours keys

you can now open the Clam wallet and goto console, type: importprivkey your_key


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Thanks this helped me as well
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November 03, 2015, 09:54:01 AM
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is there a tutorial on how to claim your CLAM coins? and how do i get the keys exported out from Blockchain.info



Sure, here's what i did:

Log in, go to Import/Export

click 'I Understand'

go to Export Unencrypted, select key format 'Bitcoin-QT', you should see yours keys

you can now open the Clam wallet and goto console, type: importprivkey your_key


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Thanks this helped me as well

This helped me also. Thank you for the doing it step for step.
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