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July 01, 2018, 05:21:50 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

Kind of confusing. I think should be made easier for users and the old and new format should remain interchangeable forever. Having to use two wallets to send to old and new addresses will be kind of a hassle and make the coin less user friendly to people that don't like confusing crypto coins.
Of course, I understand why this is done, but it will really cause a lot of confusion. Especially among new users. It would be nice if the developers issue detailed instructions.

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July 01, 2018, 05:33:11 PM
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if i have my btx on old bitcoin address and never rendem it .. i have problem? or i can contiune to hodl on this old btc address? thanks for reply
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July 01, 2018, 05:36:03 PM
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the value of this coin has hit the floor and there is only one way to go...up. maybe we will see again the good old days with 40$ a coin.

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July 01, 2018, 07:13:19 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

Kind of confusing. I think should be made easier for users and the old and new format should remain interchangeable forever. Having to use two wallets to send to old and new addresses will be kind of a hassle and make the coin less user friendly to people that don't like confusing crypto coins.
Of course, I understand why this is done, but it will really cause a lot of confusion. Especially among new users. It would be nice if the developers issue detailed instructions.

why are so important the new key updates ? faster TPS ? whats the reason for the update and how will help the coin ?
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July 01, 2018, 07:34:31 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

Kind of confusing. I think should be made easier for users and the old and new format should remain interchangeable forever. Having to use two wallets to send to old and new addresses will be kind of a hassle and make the coin less user friendly to people that don't like confusing crypto coins.
Of course, I understand why this is done, but it will really cause a lot of confusion. Especially among new users. It would be nice if the developers issue detailed instructions.

why are so important the new key updates ? faster TPS ? whats the reason for the update and how will help the coin ?

There are quite a few huge services out there, that refuse to cooperate with Bitcore unless a clear distinction towards Bitcoin's public key format is made. This is why it is neccessary for Bitcore to upgrade to its own unique public key format.

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July 01, 2018, 08:43:53 PM
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Any obstacle we remove to get more integration of BTX is more then welcome in this moment.
Still I will probably wait for this new wallet to get out from beta before I make any change. Wink

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July 01, 2018, 10:19:56 PM
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if i have my btx on old bitcoin address and never rendem it .. i have problem? or i can contiune to hodl on this old btc address? thanks for reply

as long as you hold the private keys there is no problem

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July 01, 2018, 10:44:12 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

Kind of confusing. I think should be made easier for users and the old and new format should remain interchangeable forever. Having to use two wallets to send to old and new addresses will be kind of a hassle and make the coin less user friendly to people that don't like confusing crypto coins.

You don't have to use 2 wallets.  Just use the conversion tool to send to old addresses with the new wallet.  Or vice versa.   https://limxtec.github.io/btx-convert/
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July 01, 2018, 10:45:03 PM
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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



Thank you so much for the update. Agree that we should have our own prefixes for BTX wallet public keys. The third wallet prefix hits the nail on the head... It defines who we are.
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July 01, 2018, 10:45:24 PM
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I guess it would be safer for most users to wait for the final release of the new wallet before doing the change, especially as the new wallet with the new addresses will not be able to send coins to old addresses - for example exchanges, if I have understood it right. And three months before the final change is quite some time, so even less need to hurry. Just my opinion.

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I guess it would be safer for most users to wait for the final release of the new wallet before doing the change, especially as the new wallet with the new addresses will not be able to send coins to old addresses - for example exchanges, if I have understood it right. And three months before the final change is quite some time, so even less need to hurry. Just my opinion.

New wallet can send to old addresses, just use the conversion tool to go between old and new addresses.  Works flawlessly.   https://limxtec.github.io/btx-convert/
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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

Kind of confusing. I think should be made easier for users and the old and new format should remain interchangeable forever. Having to use two wallets to send to old and new addresses will be kind of a hassle and make the coin less user friendly to people that don't like confusing crypto coins.

You don't have to use 2 wallets.  Just use the conversion tool to send to old addresses with the new wallet.  Or vice versa.   https://limxtec.github.io/btx-convert/
Thanks for the update. Waiting for the 0.16 release! HODL!
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July 02, 2018, 05:19:31 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

Kind of confusing. I think should be made easier for users and the old and new format should remain interchangeable forever. Having to use two wallets to send to old and new addresses will be kind of a hassle and make the coin less user friendly to people that don't like confusing crypto coins.
Of course, I understand why this is done, but it will really cause a lot of confusion. Especially among new users. It would be nice if the developers issue detailed instructions.

why are so important the new key updates ? faster TPS ? whats the reason for the update and how will help the coin ?

There are quite a few huge services out there, that refuse to cooperate with Bitcore unless a clear distinction towards Bitcoin's public key format is made. This is why it is neccessary for Bitcore to upgrade to its own unique public key format.

make sense ,something similar to Ledger Nano they keep asking for reply protection active but its not necessary ....thanks
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Wallet updated and got my new wallet address  Cool
What about Coinomi? Do I need to generate new wallet address?

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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

Kind of confusing. I think should be made easier for users and the old and new format should remain interchangeable forever. Having to use two wallets to send to old and new addresses will be kind of a hassle and make the coin less user friendly to people that don't like confusing crypto coins.

You don't have to use 2 wallets.  Just use the conversion tool to send to old addresses with the new wallet.  Or vice versa.   https://limxtec.github.io/btx-convert/
Thanks to the development team for the update. Is there a deadline for wallet updates?
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Thanks to the development team for the update. Is there a deadline for wallet updates?

Just read the text which you quoted...

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Doesn't matter because the BTX project and coin is dead.

lol, did you see so many update from Dev team? BTX project is going on the way.
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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.

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Isn't it easier to make conversion work that way:
Just to download new "bitcore-qt.exe", start it and it will make everything required?  Grin
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