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Author Topic: [ANN] Bitcoin Cash - Pro on-chain scaling - Cheaper fees  (Read 703945 times)
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August 01, 2017, 09:55:17 PM
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To my understanding, i can have BCC too using the bitcoin core wallet right? Syncing my wallet now.
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August 01, 2017, 10:01:11 PM
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To my understanding, i can have BCC too using the bitcoin core wallet right? Syncing my wallet now.

As long as you held the private key to where your BTC was stored when the fork happened you hold BCC

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August 01, 2017, 10:04:01 PM
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This coin has more promise than people here seem to believe. I actually hope it gets dumped heavily initially, so that I can accumulate. I think we can go lower than 250 if everyone who threatened to dump immediately follows through...

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August 01, 2017, 10:09:28 PM
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To my understanding, i can have BCC too using the bitcoin core wallet right? Syncing my wallet now.

As long as you held the private key to where your BTC was stored when the fork happened you hold BCC
Yeah. I read theymos thread about it and i just noticed the announcement that everything is clear. Thanks again.
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August 01, 2017, 10:15:22 PM
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One question... which is the best light wallet for BCH in your opinion?... In which one do you trust? (And please, don't say me NONE)  Wink
Electron Cash is the only lightwallet at the moment, but it's closed source so i'm not really sure about
it, one thing you could do to be on the safe side is use a different pc and send your btc to another address before importing
your private key to electron cash.

Electron Cash is not closed source. Why do you lie?

I used the Electron Cash wallet, worked fine. Obviously I took the necessary precautions beforehand so my BTCs were never at risk. I suppose potentially my BCH could have been compromised as I had to submit my private key, though I now have the bch stored in a fresh wallet with new keys. I just need to find an exchange accepting deposits now.
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August 01, 2017, 10:26:16 PM
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One question... which is the best light wallet for BCH in your opinion?... In which one do you trust? (And please, don't say me NONE)  Wink
Electron Cash is the only lightwallet at the moment, but it's closed source so i'm not really sure about
it, one thing you could do to be on the safe side is use a different pc and send your btc to another address before importing
your private key to electron cash.

Electron Cash is not closed source. Why do you lie?

I used the Electron Cash wallet, worked fine. Obviously I took the necessary precautions beforehand so my BTCs were never at risk. I suppose potentially my BCH could have been compromised as I had to submit my private key, though I now have the bch stored in a fresh wallet with new keys. I just need to find an exchange accepting deposits now.
Check out bittrex. More and more people are dumping their BCC there right now. Not so sure if it was accepting deposits as of the moment. My bitcoin core wallet hasn't fully sync yet so i can't do a test. It's been listed their 3 hours ago.
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August 01, 2017, 10:30:30 PM
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One question... which is the best light wallet for BCH in your opinion?... In which one do you trust? (And please, don't say me NONE)  Wink
Electron Cash is the only lightwallet at the moment, but it's closed source so i'm not really sure about
it, one thing you could do to be on the safe side is use a different pc and send your btc to another address before importing
your private key to electron cash.

Electron Cash is not closed source. Why do you lie?

I used the Electron Cash wallet, worked fine. Obviously I took the necessary precautions beforehand so my BTCs were never at risk. I suppose potentially my BCH could have been compromised as I had to submit my private key, though I now have the bch stored in a fresh wallet with new keys. I just need to find an exchange accepting deposits now.
Check out bittrex. More and more people are dumping their BCC there right now. Not so sure if it was accepting deposits as of the moment. My bitcoin core wallet hasn't fully sync yet so i can't do a test. It's been listed their 3 hours ago.

Yeah no deposits yet unfortunately.
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August 01, 2017, 10:34:02 PM
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why bcc price in yobit is much higher?
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August 01, 2017, 10:35:29 PM
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why bcc price in yobit is much higher?

when coins are first 'released' theres usually quite a lot of discrepancy between exchanges until people find the proper level.

you get some anomalies
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August 01, 2017, 10:36:43 PM
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One question... which is the best light wallet for BCH in your opinion?... In which one do you trust? (And please, don't say me NONE)  Wink
Electron Cash is the only lightwallet at the moment, but it's closed source so i'm not really sure about
it, one thing you could do to be on the safe side is use a different pc and send your btc to another address before importing
your private key to electron cash.

Electron Cash is not closed source. Why do you lie?

I used the Electron Cash wallet, worked fine. Obviously I took the necessary precautions beforehand so my BTCs were never at risk. I suppose potentially my BCH could have been compromised as I had to submit my private key, though I now have the bch stored in a fresh wallet with new keys. I just need to find an exchange accepting deposits now.
Check out bittrex. More and more people are dumping their BCC there right now. Not so sure if it was accepting deposits as of the moment. My bitcoin core wallet hasn't fully sync yet so i can't do a test. It's been listed their 3 hours ago.

Bittrex wallet says it's still going under maintenance for both BTC & BCC I doubt you'd be able to deposit atm, just trade
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August 01, 2017, 10:44:51 PM
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my tx is unconfirmed for about an hour now and there were only 21 transactions in the last block. anyone have any idea what it's all up to?
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August 01, 2017, 10:51:59 PM
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my tx is unconfirmed for about an hour now and there were only 21 transactions in the last block. anyone have any idea what it's all up to?

Your BCH tx?

If so, it's probably because the low hashrate of its network, just few miners confirming the transactions.

Most exchanges in maintenance, I think it's too soon to sell ours BCHs.
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August 01, 2017, 10:53:09 PM
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why bcc price in yobit is much higher?

when coins are first 'released' theres usually quite a lot of discrepancy between exchanges until people find the proper level.

you get some anomalies

Is Yobit a reliable exchange?
I never used it before.
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August 01, 2017, 10:53:21 PM
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why bcc price in yobit is much higher?
A lot of noobs and trolls in yobit push the price high. I never trust that exchange, EVER!. Bigger exchange always have the more stable and lower price.
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August 01, 2017, 10:53:29 PM
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It seems that Coinomi supports Bitcoin Cash:
So if you want to try:
- Install Coinomi on your mobile phone: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.coinomi.wallet
- Add the Bitcoin Cash wallet on it
- Select balance
- Click on the 3 dots on the upper right and choose "import wallet"
- Insert your private keys where you should own your bitcoin cash (where you had bitcoin before the fork)

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August 01, 2017, 10:54:40 PM
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my tx is unconfirmed for about an hour now and there were only 21 transactions in the last block. anyone have any idea what it's all up to?

Your BCH tx?

If so, it's probably because the low hashrate of its network, just few miners confirming the transactions.

Most exchanges in maintenance, I think it's too soon to sell ours BCHs.

How many confirmations would bittrex require?  Probably many!
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August 01, 2017, 10:56:22 PM
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my tx is unconfirmed for about an hour now and there were only 21 transactions in the last block. anyone have any idea what it's all up to?

Your BCH tx?

If so, it's probably because the low hashrate of its network, just few miners confirming the transactions.

Most exchanges in maintenance, I think it's too soon to sell ours BCHs.

How many confirmations would bittrex require?  Probably many!

Well their wallet is under maintenance, so transactions won't show up there until they've finished working on it regardless of confirmations
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August 01, 2017, 10:56:43 PM
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Your BCH tx?

If so, it's probably because the low hashrate of its network, just few miners confirming the transactions.

Most exchanges in maintenance, I think it's too soon to sell ours BCHs.

yes indeed. i guess they get off to a flying start and then decided to take a break.
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August 01, 2017, 10:59:47 PM
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Your BCH tx?

If so, it's probably because the low hashrate of its network, just few miners confirming the transactions.

Most exchanges in maintenance, I think it's too soon to sell ours BCHs.

yes indeed. i guess they get off to a flying start and then decided to take a break.

Imagine if they enabled the deposit, I'm sure there's gonna be a huge dump of BCH.
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August 01, 2017, 11:01:12 PM
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Does anyone know what happens with all the exchanges that have chosen not to support and therefore award BCC to their clients/members?

Will they just receive all the BCC/BCH and then be able to dump them of their own accord?
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