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Author Topic: [ANN][Main] Bitcore- BTX - Partnership with JAXX and Magnum Wallet!  (Read 662609 times)
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October 26, 2017, 07:14:07 AM
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October 26, 2017, 07:44:00 AM
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How we can transfer BTX from multiple addresses to a single one, in the same wallet? any tutorials?

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Activate the coin control feature in settings. After you have done that you will see a new button on the send tab. Click on the button and choose which inputs you want to send.
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October 26, 2017, 07:50:23 AM
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so if I may summarize all of these:
Oct 30, registered BTX holder, min 1 BTX, receive 25% BTX airdrop
Nov 2, last day to claim April snapshot BTX airdrop
Nov 2, new snapshot BTC holder block ~492820, min 0.01 BTC, receive 50% BTX airdrop ( 0.01 BTC = 0.005 BTX)
Nov 6, registered BTX holders, receive weekly 3% BTX airdrop (+1% subsequent month)

Wonderful summary! It totally cleared. Is there anyone could calculate when will all the btx coin be distributed? It will be quicker than before.

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October 26, 2017, 08:28:58 AM
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Guys I`m having trouble to connect with a node with my wallet.
Is there any fix for that?
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October 26, 2017, 08:31:36 AM
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Guys grab you Btx before saturday on Cryptopia or you will miss the 25% bonus, cause many times if you ask for withdraw one day before airdrop, cryptopia will not send your coins before Monday!
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October 26, 2017, 08:37:03 AM
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Guys I`m having trouble to connect with a node with my wallet.
Is there any fix for that?


you opened the port to allow more than 8 connection? try to check if your firewall is blocking the wallet in some way
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October 26, 2017, 08:38:45 AM
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6 months time to quickly build the community so hot, November 2, the number of snapshots is distributed in accordance with the proportion?
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October 26, 2017, 08:48:44 AM
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Guys I`m having trouble to connect with a node with my wallet.
Is there any fix for that?


you opened the port to allow more than 8 connection? try to check if your firewall is blocking the wallet in some way

How can can I allow more then 8 connections? I`m not behind a firewall, all my other wallets are working without problems  Smiley
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October 26, 2017, 09:07:39 AM
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The BTC Airdrop of 50%


There are some confusions about our incoming BTC Snapshot and the following airdrop of 50% for every bitcoin.

1. We recommend EVERYONE to move the btc from the wallet before you redeem your privkey for Bitcore.

2. Read it exactly; you can claim your Bitcore a LIFETIME. So, if you dont feel comfortable to pick up your BTX directly after airdrop, so why not in one year?

Greetz

Your Bitcore Team
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October 26, 2017, 10:24:47 AM
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Hello everyone,

I am using coinbase wallet. I can not find out the sign message. Please help me.
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October 26, 2017, 10:25:42 AM
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Hi
I would like to mine with my AMD (RX 580) rig bitcore.

Which miner program is recommended for Linux. Ath the time I use simplemining OS.


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You must use the bitcore wallet

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October 26, 2017, 11:08:12 AM
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Congratulations guys, you and your job are great ! BTX is very fast and cheaper compared to any other coin.

I've already registered my address and got 6% last Monday; do I need to register it again for getting the 25% on the 30th? I think I don't have to - but just to ask your confirmation

Thanks

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October 26, 2017, 11:09:20 AM
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How to mine Bitcore - A 42-step manual


A manual for those who struggle seting up mining Bitcore.  
Specs: Windows, NVIDIA, CCMINER 2.2.2.

https://hashers.co.uk/2017/10/25/btx-mining-manual/

Regards,

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Thanks so much. I have few qestions. What is your machine for mining? How much btx you dig for month and how much is your profitable?

Hasers is mining Bitcore with a rig having three GTX 1080 TI cards, Using Windows 10, CCMINER 2.2.2. 
Profit past 24Hrs: 1.12199484 BTX 
On https://www.bitcorepool.cc which is a simple, but easy to use pool (instead of having to log in, you use your wallet's receive address). 
The pool works fine, but could use a bit more miners.
I have more profit mining Bitcore than mining ZEC, LBRY or Zclassic it seems. 

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October 26, 2017, 11:24:49 AM
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Ouch ... importing BTC private keys into Bitcore wallet, many will not like this.

I agree with that statement. Can you guys give us the option to claim BTX the "old way"?  I would much rather go through the "claiming service" than expose my private key.  Thanks

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October 26, 2017, 12:43:49 PM
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Ouch ... importing BTC private keys into Bitcore wallet, many will not like this.

I agree with that statement. Can you guys give us the option to claim BTX the "old way"?  I would much rather go through the "claiming service" than expose my private key.  Thanks

This or i dump

You do realize you can easily be on the safe side by just moving your Bitcoin to a new addrees after the snapshot and then using your "old" private keys to redeem your BTX.

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October 26, 2017, 12:55:45 PM
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Ouch ... importing BTC private keys into Bitcore wallet, many will not like this.

I agree with that statement. Can you guys give us the option to claim BTX the "old way"?  I would much rather go through the "claiming service" than expose my private key.  Thanks

This or i dump

You do realize you can easily be on the safe side by just moving your Bitcoin to a new addrees after the snapshot and then using your "old" private keys to redeem your BTX.

like we did for BCH (bitcoin cash)  Cool

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October 26, 2017, 01:16:22 PM
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Ouch ... importing BTC private keys into Bitcore wallet, many will not like this.

I agree with that statement. Can you guys give us the option to claim BTX the "old way"?  I would much rather go through the "claiming service" than expose my private key.  Thanks

This or i dump

You do realize you can easily be on the safe side by just moving your Bitcoin to a new addrees after the snapshot and then using your "old" private keys to redeem your BTX.

I don't think many people will bother to claim the new btx. It is not worth the risk moving coins from cold storage for $5.

But it would be amazing if some exchanges would do the work and credit btx to all their btc hodlers. Have there been contact with cryptopia, and other exchanges regarding this?
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October 26, 2017, 02:17:10 PM
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Ouch ... importing BTC private keys into Bitcore wallet, many will not like this.

I agree with that statement. Can you guys give us the option to claim BTX the "old way"?  I would much rather go through the "claiming service" than expose my private key.  Thanks

This or i dump

You do realize you can easily be on the safe side by just moving your Bitcoin to a new addrees after the snapshot and then using your "old" private keys to redeem your BTX.

I don't think many people will bother to claim the new btx. It is not worth the risk moving coins from cold storage for $5.

But it would be amazing if some exchanges would do the work and credit btx to all their btc hodlers. Have there been contact with cryptopia, and other exchanges regarding this?

It’s not actually $5... For example if you have 1 Btc in wallet cousts $5500, you ll receive Btx with value $2750(%50) [Or i am wrong??]
I would like to ask what time untill we need to have the Btc in our wallets to catch the snapshot on 2nd November?
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October 26, 2017, 02:19:27 PM
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Ouch ... importing BTC private keys into Bitcore wallet, many will not like this.

I agree with that statement. Can you guys give us the option to claim BTX the "old way"?  I would much rather go through the "claiming service" than expose my private key.  Thanks

This or i dump

You do realize you can easily be on the safe side by just moving your Bitcoin to a new addrees after the snapshot and then using your "old" private keys to redeem your BTX.

I don't think many people will bother to claim the new btx. It is not worth the risk moving coins from cold storage for $5.

But it would be amazing if some exchanges would do the work and credit btx to all their btc hodlers. Have there been contact with cryptopia, and other exchanges regarding this?

It’s not actually $5... For example if you have 1 Btc in wallet cousts $5500, you ll receive Btx with value $2750(%50)
I would like to ask what time untill we need to have the Btc in our wallets to catch the snapshot on 2nd November?

plz check your maths.

you will receive BTX... 50% of the quantity you have in BTC. Have 1 BTC? you get 0.5 BTX

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October 26, 2017, 02:22:30 PM
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Ouch ... importing BTC private keys into Bitcore wallet, many will not like this.

I agree with that statement. Can you guys give us the option to claim BTX the "old way"?  I would much rather go through the "claiming service" than expose my private key.  Thanks

This or i dump

You do realize you can easily be on the safe side by just moving your Bitcoin to a new addrees after the snapshot and then using your "old" private keys to redeem your BTX.

I don't think many people will bother to claim the new btx. It is not worth the risk moving coins from cold storage for $5.

But it would be amazing if some exchanges would do the work and credit btx to all their btc hodlers. Have there been contact with cryptopia, and other exchanges regarding this?

It’s not actually $5... For example if you have 1 Btc in wallet cousts $5500, you ll receive Btx with value $2750(%50)
I would like to ask what time untill we need to have the Btc in our wallets to catch the snapshot on 2nd November?

plz check your maths.

you will receive BTX... 50% of the quantity you have in BTC. Have 1 BTC? you get 0.5 BTX
I was too optimistic 🎃
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