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July 02, 2018, 10:50:56 PM
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Doesn't matter because the BTX project and coin is dead.

 Grin you made my day! Please tell me your facts, why BTX is dead? I'm very interested to read that.
Probably because he did not think his head and bought coins too expensive, not having had time to compensate for the reduction in the price with airdrops.
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July 03, 2018, 01:24:53 PM
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Important update: Bitcore Public Keys


Dear Bitcore community,

Due to potential roadblocks with many hardware and service providers, we have come to the conclusion that it is necessary for us to change the public key prefix. Since we use the same prefix as bitcoin ("1", "3" and "bc1"), we decided that Bitcore BTX should use the following new prefixes:

Wallets 1xxx -> 2xxx
Wallets 3xxx -> sxxx
Wallets bc1 -> btx


We would like to ask all Bitcore users to slowly but surely upgrade to the new system.
To do so, please follow these steps:
1. Open your Bitcore core / Bitcore-QT wallet.
2. Create a backup of your wallet.dat and store it in a safe place. For example a USB-Stick that you later put in a safe-deposit box.
3. Download the latest wallet and replace the wallet.dat that will be created on startup with your old wallet.dat
4. Bitcore-QT will automatically create new public keys for your private keys, starting with 2xxx instead of 1xxx.
5. It is important to note, that you can only use your old public keys to send to other old addresses and vis versa - you can send only to the new format from the new format. The address formats are not interchangeable.


Please note that the private keys are in no way affected by this change.
Any private key is fully compatible with both the old formatting as well as the new one.

The new wallet, supporting the new format only, is still in beta mode but can be download and tested via the official github:
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/BitCore/releases
Note: There will be an official release soon. Meanwhile here is a basic tool, to convert old addresses to the new 2xxx format: https://limxtec.github.io/btx-convert/

We also want to inform you that there's no rush to update, we set a timeframe of 3 months in which we want to complete the transition. After this period bitcore core 0.16 will be released which will only use the new public keys.
If you have any questions feel free to ask here in the forum or on our numerous social media and telegram channels. See https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1883902.msg40724430#msg40724430 for a full link list.


Thank you for your support and for your understanding.

- Your Bitcore team


So say you don't update and send funds from old wallet.What happens?

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July 03, 2018, 03:05:34 PM
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Downloaded new wallet (v0.15.1.0-gba8ed3a93be 32-bit) and creted new address with it.
Tried to copy it to suprnova but it says "Failed to update your account: Invalid coin address".
Doing something wrong?
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July 03, 2018, 04:04:18 PM
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Bitcore hashrate over 100gh today 🚀 I have a feeling that we will overtake 400gh this year...
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July 03, 2018, 05:26:42 PM
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Downloaded new wallet (v0.15.1.0-gba8ed3a93be 32-bit) and creted new address with it.
Tried to copy it to suprnova but it says "Failed to update your account: Invalid coin address".
Doing something wrong?

Perhaps Suprnova has not yet had time to update their software. I noticed that they are slowly introducing updates. Probably need to wait.
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July 03, 2018, 05:47:46 PM
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Downloaded new wallet (v0.15.1.0-gba8ed3a93be 32-bit) and creted new address with it.
Tried to copy it to suprnova but it says "Failed to update your account: Invalid coin address".
Doing something wrong?


Did you try to send using  the conversion tool between new and old addresses? (pools and exchanges still have the old addresses):
https://limxtec.github.io/btx-convert/

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July 03, 2018, 05:48:03 PM
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Doesn't matter because the BTX project and coin is dead.

Bitcore project more alive than all living! You probably do not know that altcoins are falling in price much more than BTC. And the fact that all the coins (tokens) of ICO after the release of pamping and dumping, and then in need a lot of time to recover.

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July 03, 2018, 09:08:22 PM
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Is there a new block explorer for the new prefix addresses?
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July 03, 2018, 10:56:26 PM
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I downloaded the 0.15.1.0 and replace the previous version. Works OK. All the old addresses are automatically converted to new addresses. Thanks.
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July 04, 2018, 06:56:16 AM
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How long will the exchange of addresses take? Cryptoexchanges have all been updated? I do not want my transaction to hang. How long can I use old addresses?
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July 04, 2018, 09:07:24 AM
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Important update: Bitcore Public Keys


Dear Bitcore community,

Due to potential roadblocks with many hardware and service providers, we have come to the conclusion that it is necessary for us to change the public key prefix. Since we use the same prefix as bitcoin ("1", "3" and "bc1"), we decided that Bitcore BTX should use the following new prefixes:

Wallets 1xxx -> 2xxx
Wallets 3xxx -> sxxx
Wallets bc1 -> btx


We would like to ask all Bitcore users to slowly but surely upgrade to the new system.
To do so, please follow these steps:
1. Open your Bitcore core / Bitcore-QT wallet.
2. Create a backup of your wallet.dat and store it in a safe place. For example a USB-Stick that you later put in a safe-deposit box.
3. Download the latest wallet and replace the wallet.dat that will be created on startup with your old wallet.dat
4. Bitcore-QT will automatically create new public keys for your private keys, starting with 2xxx instead of 1xxx.
5. It is important to note, that you can only use your old public keys to send to other old addresses and vis versa - you can send only to the new format from the new format. The address formats are not interchangeable.


Please note that the private keys are in no way affected by this change.
Any private key is fully compatible with both the old formatting as well as the new one.

The new wallet, supporting the new format only, is still in beta mode but can be download and tested via the official github:
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/BitCore/releases
Note: There will be an official release soon. Meanwhile here is a basic tool, to convert old addresses to the new 2xxx format: https://limxtec.github.io/btx-convert/

We also want to inform you that there's no rush to update, we set a timeframe of 3 months in which we want to complete the transition. After this period bitcore core 0.16 will be released which will only use the new public keys.
If you have any questions feel free to ask here in the forum or on our numerous social media and telegram channels. See https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1883902.msg40724430#msg40724430 for a full link list.


Thank you for your support and for your understanding.

- Your Bitcore team


So say you don't update and send funds from old wallet.What happens?

Bitcore Core (bitcore-qt) will not allow it. So basically, when you have the new wallet installed supporting 2xxx addresses and you want to send to a 1xxx, it simply won't let you finish the transaction. This is also true vis versa from old Bitcore core to the new one.

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July 04, 2018, 09:16:13 AM
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Bitcore 0.15.1.0 released - full new public key support


Dear Bitcore community,

As most of you are already aware, we are updating to a new public key format. Note: Your private keys are safe and will NOT change.
Full information can be found here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1883902.msg41275053#msg41275053

We have now released a new Bitcore Core (bitcore-qt) version, fully supporting the new pub key format.
Addresses change automatically as follows:
1xxx -> 2xxx

Download here: https://github.com/LIMXTEC/BitCore/releases

This version is not backwards compatible, meaning you can not interact with the old addresses.
However as a temporary solution you can use our converter tool: https://limxtec.github.io/btx-convert/

Thank you for your support.

- Your Bitcore team

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the only wy of switching from old to new wallet is DUMPPRIVKEY and then IMPORTPRIVKEY. do i need to do this with all of my private keys or we can import old wallet.dat by any means?

edit: i read posts, and now i understand that old wallet.dat can be used.
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July 04, 2018, 12:13:03 PM
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the only wy of switching from old to new wallet is DUMPPRIVKEY and then IMPORTPRIVKEY. do i need to do this with all of my private keys or we can import old wallet.dat by any means?

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We would like to ask all Bitcore users to slowly but surely upgrade to the new system.
To do so, please follow these steps:
1. Open your Bitcore core / Bitcore-QT wallet.
2. Create a backup of your wallet.dat and store it in a safe place. For example a USB-Stick that you later put in a safe-deposit box.
3. Download the latest wallet and replace the wallet.dat that will be created on startup with your old wallet.dat
4. Bitcore-QT will automatically create new public keys for your private keys, starting with 2xxx instead of 1xxx.
5. It is important to note, that you can only use your old public keys to send to other old addresses and vis versa - you can send only to the new format from the new format. The address formats are not interchangeable.
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July 04, 2018, 02:10:34 PM
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the only wy of switching from old to new wallet is DUMPPRIVKEY and then IMPORTPRIVKEY. do i need to do this with all of my private keys or we can import old wallet.dat by any means?

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We would like to ask all Bitcore users to slowly but surely upgrade to the new system.
To do so, please follow these steps:
1. Open your Bitcore core / Bitcore-QT wallet.
2. Create a backup of your wallet.dat and store it in a safe place. For example a USB-Stick that you later put in a safe-deposit box.
3. Download the latest wallet and replace the wallet.dat that will be created on startup with your old wallet.dat
4. Bitcore-QT will automatically create new public keys for your private keys, starting with 2xxx instead of 1xxx.
5. It is important to note, that you can only use your old public keys to send to other old addresses and vis versa - you can send only to the new format from the new format. The address formats are not interchangeable.

it would be great if exchange integration is posted here. so that we may know when to make the switch (in accordance with our respective exchanges)
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July 04, 2018, 02:15:34 PM
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What should I do if I want to send my coins to the exchange after upgrade the public key? The addresses on the exchange have not been updated yet.
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July 04, 2018, 02:25:42 PM
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An conversion rate (number of wallets)/(all wallets) and naming the exchanges who are using 2x adresses would be nice.

Otherwise you buy some btx auf 1xwallets send to new created 1xwallet (if its still possibel) and converting this to 2x and then send the btx to yout own 2x wallet.

Or do I see something wrong?

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July 04, 2018, 03:16:16 PM
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What should I do if I want to send my coins to the exchange after upgrade the public key? The addresses on the exchange have not been updated yet.

This is very problematic the way it is being implemented. I am leaving my coins in the old wallet until this is all ironed out.

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July 04, 2018, 03:28:45 PM
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Please note that the private keys are in no way affected by this change. Any private key is fully compatible with both the old formatting as well as the new one.

Literally #Hodlers don't need to to anything for now?
I have Bitcore which i locked in a wallet until 2025, So is there anything I need to do or i can just leave it.

FYI: I just have wallet backups no running wallet in my PC.

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Please note that the private keys are in no way affected by this change. Any private key is fully compatible with both the old formatting as well as the new one.

Literally #Hodlers don't need to to anything for now?
I have Bitcore which i locked in a wallet until 2025, So is there anything I need to do or i can just leave it.

FYI: I just have wallet backups no running wallet in my PC.

this is number one rule for #HODL
but keep in my mind that always do that with funds that you might not need in near future, because in that case, you may face huge loss
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