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August 01, 2017, 01:32:53 AM
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Let's say I have 0.01 BTC hold in my Elcetrum offline wallet

How much BCC can i get for free after the fork ?
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August 01, 2017, 01:41:01 AM
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I think you get the same amount of your BTC hold, in BCC, but you need to import your offline wallet private keys to an exchange supporting BCC
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August 01, 2017, 04:11:04 AM
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I think you get the same amount of your BTC hold, in BCC, but you need to import your offline wallet private keys to an exchange supporting BCC

The same amount in $ ?
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August 01, 2017, 05:28:32 AM
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I think you get the same amount of your BTC hold, in BCC, but you need to import your offline wallet private keys to an exchange supporting BCC

The same amount in $ ?

no, the same amount in bitcoin! if u have 0.01 btc, you will get 0.01 BCC
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August 01, 2017, 05:35:04 AM
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Same amount of BTC.
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August 01, 2017, 05:55:16 AM
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You'll be getting the same amount of BCC. i.e. if you have 0.01 BTC you'll get 0.01 BCC.
But the Price of BCC will not be equal to BTC. So, the valuation of 0.01 BCC would be different (much lesser) than the value of 0.01 BTC.

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August 01, 2017, 06:04:23 AM
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Let's say I have 0.01 BTC hold in my Elcetrum offline wallet

How much BCC can i get for free after the fork ?

Does Electrum support the hardfork?  If it does, you will be given the same amount with your BTC. If you have 0.01 BTC in your electrum wallet then you will also be given 0.01 BCC. It is not going to be in terms of price in dollars. But it is already great considering that BCC is valued at $200 to $400. You may choose to sell them or hold for a while.



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August 01, 2017, 06:11:16 AM
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Let's say I have 0.01 BTC hold in my Elcetrum offline wallet

How much BCC can i get for free after the fork ?

It is a simple calculation, you only get 1:1 of BTC to BCC, so since you have 0.01BTC you will get 0.01BCC coin also. But I don't think Electrum is going to support BCC coins, have not read any major news from them on BCC tokens

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August 01, 2017, 06:36:46 AM
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Let's say I have 0.01 BTC hold in my Elcetrum offline wallet

How much BCC can i get for free after the fork ?
I've seen a video where a guy said that electrum will not allow to get free bcc. I guess it is just against the fork or that sort of thing.
Anyway, I guess one gets the equal sum in bcc regardless to usd price, so for 0.01 btc one will get 0.01 bcc. At least, this is how is was when we had eth hard fork. For 10 eth on recieved 10 etc. It can be inferred from the things written here: https://poloniex.com/press-releases/2016.07.26-responses-to-common-etc-questions/.


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August 01, 2017, 06:43:44 AM
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You'll be getting the same amount of BCC. i.e. if you have 0.01 BTC you'll get 0.01 BCC.
But the Price of BCC will not be equal to BTC. So, the valuation of 0.01 BCC would be different (much lesser) than the value of 0.01 BTC.

Thanks for that insight. So, how does one know he has the BCC? Will it appear on the same wallet as the Bitcoin or on an exchange where one trades?

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August 01, 2017, 06:49:38 AM
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The original wallet may not support BCC but it doesnt matter, its wherever you import the private key to that gives the alternate blockchain value as I understand it

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August 01, 2017, 06:54:24 AM
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I've seen a video where a guy said that electrum will not allow to get free bcc. I guess it is just against the fork or that sort of thing.


Electrum does nor support, but you can export private keys from electtum and import them to bcc wallet

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August 01, 2017, 06:57:36 AM
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I think you get the same amount of your BTC hold, in BCC, but you need to import your offline wallet private keys to an exchange supporting BCC

The same amount in $ ?
Lol the same amount in BTC if you have 0.01 BTC then you will get 0.01 BCH that what I understand, but I still dont have any idea how to claim it.


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August 01, 2017, 06:58:39 AM
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I think you get the same amount of your BTC hold, in BCC, but you need to import your offline wallet private keys to an exchange supporting BCC

The same amount in $ ?

no, the same amount in bitcoin! if u have 0.01 btc, you will get 0.01 BCC

You'll get not the same amount in dollar value but will get same quantity of BCC from BTC. BTC and BCC differs in dollar value.

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August 01, 2017, 07:00:38 AM
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I've seen a video where a guy said that electrum will not allow to get free bcc. I guess it is just against the fork or that sort of thing.


Electrum does nor support, but you can export private keys from electtum and import them to bcc wallet

If you use electrum wallet, you simply can use application called Electron Cash (http://www.electroncash.org/) Roll Eyes
Edit : Electron Cash looks suspicous, this is warning from Electrum : https://twitter.com/ElectrumWallet/status/891935330235973633

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August 01, 2017, 07:08:58 AM
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I've seen a video where a guy said that electrum will not allow to get free bcc. I guess it is just against the fork or that sort of thing.


Electrum does nor support, but you can export private keys from electtum and import them to bcc wallet

If you use electrum wallet, you simply can use application called Electron Cash (http://www.electroncash.org/) Roll Eyes
Aha. Very good.  Electron Cash . I did not know that. Thank You. I'll test it tomorrow.

Interesting for all who own a Electrum wallet

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August 01, 2017, 07:19:20 AM
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I've seen a video where a guy said that electrum will not allow to get free bcc. I guess it is just against the fork or that sort of thing.


Electrum does nor support, but you can export private keys from electtum and import them to bcc wallet

If you use electrum wallet, you simply can use application called Electron Cash (http://www.electroncash.org/) Roll Eyes
Aha. Very good.  Electron Cash . I did not know that. Thank You. I'll test it tomorrow.

Interesting for all who own a Electrum wallet

Yeah its true. My friend told me that also. But I think its not safe to transfer money now until the activation is not yet complete.

Many are seems to be excited to claim their bcc huh? Do you plan to save or hold it?
Well me, i just save it since its free. Grin Nothinh to worry for the return of investment.






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August 01, 2017, 07:31:42 AM
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Electrum made a tutorial on how to split your coins and get the Bitcoin cash even though they don't support it.

http://docs.electrum.org/en/latest/hardfork.html

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August 01, 2017, 07:59:10 AM
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How many bitcoin do you own? Answer of this question is also answer of your question. Only amount matters not value of the bitcoin in usd you hold.

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August 01, 2017, 08:25:40 AM
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You can find a list of all supported exchanges and also of the supported wallets etc. on their site. I'm not sure what to do with that BitcoinCash but hey, I won't complain about free money. If it falls all the way down to zero, we still haven't lost a thing. Only disadvantage is that we don't know how the market will react.

For now, the market's reaction is positive. Especially for ETH!

Here's their site, I suppose it's official:
https://www.bitcoincash.org/

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