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August 16, 2017, 12:14:33 AM
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Can you use BITCOIN as money to shop from Amazon, eBay, Shopatronics, ect. Thanks


Yup.   http://spendbitcoins.com/
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August 16, 2017, 12:18:45 AM
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Thanks for your information. Really help me dude!  Cheesy
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August 16, 2017, 12:19:25 AM
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I have $416.00 i think that is 0.1050 in bitcoin. in my block chain account I would like to sell my bitcoin. i havent been working with bitcoin very long but my husband had a stroke and things are a little tight around here.I take paypal.I have been with them for years.

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August 16, 2017, 03:18:21 AM
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How does someone switch/correct this problem?

if you are using electrumcash changing server is easy. With other clients I don't know.

omg, that guy really needs to read the countless how to. it is not too difficult to figure it out

BCC wallets Bitcoin Classic, and Bitcoin ABC are BCC wallets.  Yet they use BTC blockchain and thus completely failed in their one and ONLY purpose, of being an Alt coin.
So smart guy, where is your countless how-to?   When BCC wallets are fake.

Lol if you already tried it with your Bitcoin ABC Client, give me your Empty PrivateKey then Tongue I will pop it into mine and claim your so-called $500,000 worth of BCC that you had stored on there (Supposingly any of this is true) Tongue

I did read what you wrote and I chose to ignore the stupidity of your comments. I only said that you are mistaken and you need to perhaps chill your bean and try again, because you've evidently did something wrong. If you can't follow instruction or not able to get your BCC then you need help, which i'm happy to give. Smiley

Bitcoin ABC can take an empty wallet PrivateKey and you get your BCC. You jsut keep all your BTC in another location when you do this Smiley Simples. Smiley

Kind regards,
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If there is a BCC block chain, That Bitcoin Classic and Bitcoin ABC are suppose to connect to, but not doing so, where is it?
Do you want proof of my now $550,000 in Bitcoin bro?
Will that cause you to find the BCC blockchain?

I am hearing a lot of snark, but no answers about where it is.
Bitcoincash.org lists wallets.  And those link to BTC's Blockchain.  WTF is up with that?

I didn't do shit wrong except expect BCC to have a functional wallet. 
Apparently that is too much to assume, therefore BCC will be doomed to fail if users cannot simply download the BCC wallets, sync, and go.

So Id like to sell all my BCC asap, now that I know it's supported by lame programmers.
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August 16, 2017, 03:22:48 AM
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You behaved like a clown when you wandered in...what did you expect but snark.

The snowflakes have absolutely nothing to fear from you cross burning pukes if you can't figure out how to market yourselves better...seems to be beyond you.

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August 16, 2017, 07:01:36 AM
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Dear Friends

i have joined the claimwith.me website and i was getting the satoshi

i trying the withdraw in first it was showing to buy a planet


and i waited for long time to buy the planet first planet is mars and i have collected 5,00,000 satoshi to buy it



and now i cant withdraw the satoshi i have 2,50,000 satoshi now Minimum Withdrawal: 100,000 satoshi
Withdrawal Fee: 50,000 satoshi i am ok with that but now i came to know that is a fake site

When ever it try to withdraw is showing (An error occurred during withdrawal.)

And i am facing the Problem


my is Account 3dceeb27


please dont wast your time with Claimwith.me
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August 16, 2017, 08:49:16 AM
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BCC wallets Bitcoin Classic, and Bitcoin ABC are BCC wallets.  Yet they use BTC blockchain and thus completely failed in their one and ONLY purpose, of being an Alt coin.
What are you talking about? Bitcoin and BCH share the same blockchain up until a certain period of time. The clients sync the same chain till that point of time, and then the BCH wallets keep syncing their own chain.

When BCC wallets are fake.
They are not.

If there is a BCC block chain, That Bitcoin Classic and Bitcoin ABC are suppose to connect to, but not doing so, where is it?
You are confused.

So Id like to sell all my BCC asap, now that I know it's supported by lame programmers.
It does not look like you're an experienced Bitcoin user, otherwise you'd have trivially dumped your stash. If you have the amount that you have, just pay someone to do all of this for you.

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August 16, 2017, 10:06:09 AM
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If there is a BCC block chain, That Bitcoin Classic and Bitcoin ABC are suppose to connect to, but not doing so, where is it?
Check their blockchain explorers: http://blockdozer.com/insight and https://blockchair.com/bitcoin-cash/blocks
The transactions there are different from those on BTC blockchain, so it does exists Wink

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August 16, 2017, 11:37:34 AM
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Can I still do this?

My BTC has been in my blockchain.info wallet the entire time. Can I now move it into another wallet, generate the keys etc. and still claim BCH?

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August 16, 2017, 01:25:23 PM
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Can I still do this?

My BTC has been in my blockchain.info wallet the entire time. Can I now move it into another wallet, generate the keys etc. and still claim BCH?

Yes you can. All you would need is the PrivateKey from your blockchain.info.

Here's a link to my guide on How-To: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2088672.msg20873242#msg20873242

I really hope it helps and please post in that thread if you have any questions and I will happily answer them. Thanks

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August 16, 2017, 01:30:29 PM
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yes i can't forget that issues the bitcoiners are worrying and panicking about the fork split decision thats issue is very memorable to us, but now bitcoin is very strong in keep the value stable.
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August 16, 2017, 03:44:52 PM
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Hi I am the new comer on this site.
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August 16, 2017, 05:38:37 PM
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Just so I understand this right... Would this procedure sound ok:

1) send my BTC from my core wallet v0.14.2 to Bittrex
2) extract private keys from core wallet
3) download, install and sync BCH wallet (which one is most likely not to cause any issues btw?) onto a separate PC
4) import private keys into new BCH wallet... will my BCH appear automagically upon restart/sync?
5) download, install and sync new BTC core wallet onto main PC and transfer the BTC previously sent to Bittrex

Anything I'm missing?


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August 16, 2017, 06:05:50 PM
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Dear Friends

i have joined the claimwith.me website and i was getting the satoshi

i trying the withdraw in first it was showing to buy a planet


and i waited for long time to buy the planet first planet is mars and i have collected 5,00,000 satoshi to buy it



and now i cant withdraw the satoshi i have 2,50,000 satoshi now Minimum Withdrawal: 100,000 satoshi
Withdrawal Fee: 50,000 satoshi i am ok with that but now i came to know that is a fake site

When ever it try to withdraw is showing (An error occurred during withdrawal.)

And i am facing the Problem


my is Account 3dceeb27


please dont wast your time with Claimwith.me

Thanks for the heads up but this thread is not for this kind of discussion and you can find the right thread at the scam accusation area. However, with the current price of bitcoin faucet is not advisable for Newbie and it will be better if you wait till you're Jr member.

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August 16, 2017, 06:10:42 PM
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Just so I understand this right... Would this procedure sound ok:

1) send my BTC from my core wallet v0.14.2 to Bittrex
Don't send to an exchange. Create a new wallet and transfer to it.


3) download, install and sync BCH wallet (which one is most likely not to cause any issues btw?) onto a separate PC
Electron Cash or Bitcoin ABC.

4) import private keys into new BCH wallet... will my BCH appear automagically upon restart/sync?
They should.

5) download, install and sync new BTC core wallet onto main PC and transfer the BTC previously sent to Bittrex
See my suggested change at step one. There is no reason to send BTC to Bittrex.

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August 16, 2017, 07:48:35 PM
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You behaved like a clown when you wandered in...what did you expect but snark.

The snowflakes have absolutely nothing to fear from you cross burning pukes if you can't figure out how to market yourselves better...seems to be beyond you.

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Wow, where the fuck did cross burning come into this?
NOBODY here said shit about cross burning or any racist crap.
So what does that make YOU for starting racist crap?

BCC seems like a scam when I have photos showing Bitcoin Classic and Bitcoin ABC using the BTC blockchain.
Trying to save people from selling off their "BCC" when they are actually selling BTC for 10% value!
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August 16, 2017, 07:55:23 PM
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BCC wallets Bitcoin Classic, and Bitcoin ABC are BCC wallets.  Yet they use BTC blockchain and thus completely failed in their one and ONLY purpose, of being an Alt coin.
What are you talking about? Bitcoin and BCH share the same blockchain up until a certain period of time. The clients sync the same chain till that point of time, and then the BCH wallets keep syncing their own chain.
I am saying again, that Bitcoin ABC, and Bitcoin Classic are sharing the current BTC block chain past the fork, including up to TODAY.
They are not forked, they are not split from BTC, they are using the same current BTC block chain in wallet software intended only for BCC.  Very alarming.


When BCC wallets are fake.
They are not.
The problem with BCC in Bitcoin ABC, and Bitcoin Classic, is that it is still 100% BTC completely past the fork.  Thus I call that fake.
I even included a photo screen shot.


If there is a BCC block chain, That Bitcoin Classic and Bitcoin ABC are suppose to connect to, but not doing so, where is it?
You are confused.
Please go pack to my screen shot, I don't want to flood with a repeat picture.  It shows proof that ABC and Classic are on the BTC blockchain past the fork on my system.  A complete fail of the one and only purpose of those wallets.

So Id like to sell all my BCC asap, now that I know it's supported by lame programmers.
It does not look like you're an experienced Bitcoin user, otherwise you'd have trivially dumped your stash. If you have the amount that you have, just pay someone to do all of this for you.
I am not going to pay someone to rip me off.
Currently I have not found anyone showing a blockchain that has forked, only Electrum Cash which is anonymously signed and states it is a security risk and might steal all your coins.

Can you, or can you not, explain why ABC and Classic are on the BTC chain AFTER the fork?




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August 16, 2017, 08:15:46 PM
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BCC seems like a scam when I have photos showing Bitcoin Classic and Bitcoin ABC using the BTC blockchain.
Trying to save people from selling off their "BCC" when they are actually selling BTC for 10% value!

Currently (and in about the past week or so) mostly about 7%, no?  Are you possibly able to get 10% somewhere, clown (I mean that is if you can get over your other seemingly misguided assertions that BCH is fake[news]?  (that's what you get when you buy into politician talking points without doing your own thinking based on actual facts and more logically likely conclusions)

Put BTC here: 35EVP8EePt8dyvKHaB7bXaRmKLm22YgRCA

How much alt coin diversification is necessary? if you are investing in Bitcoin, then perhaps 0%?
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August 16, 2017, 08:15:58 PM
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Just so I understand this right... Would this procedure sound ok:

1) send my BTC from my core wallet v0.14.2 to Bittrex
Don't send to an exchange. Create a new wallet and transfer to it.


3) download, install and sync BCH wallet (which one is most likely not to cause any issues btw?) onto a separate PC
Electron Cash or Bitcoin ABC.

4) import private keys into new BCH wallet... will my BCH appear automagically upon restart/sync?
They should.

5) download, install and sync new BTC core wallet onto main PC and transfer the BTC previously sent to Bittrex
See my suggested change at step one. There is no reason to send BTC to Bittrex.
Thanks Lauda.
The only thinking behind sending to exchange as opposed to installing a new wallet is that the latter requires downloading the entire chain again, saving it in a separate folder etc. Sounds like more hassle. Or am I seeing this wrong?

Edit: Or should I install the second qt in a new folder but point to the same datadir ?


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August 16, 2017, 08:30:37 PM
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I am saying again, that Bitcoin ABC, and Bitcoin Classic are sharing the current BTC block chain past the fork, including up to TODAY.
They are not forked, they are not split from BTC, they are using the same current BTC block chain in wallet software intended only for BCC.  Very alarming.
No, that's wrong. Something is broken on your end; maybe you are using an old version of their clients (I do not know). I have tested Bitcoin ABC, and it follows the BCH chain.

Please go pack to my screen shot, I don't want to flood with a repeat picture.  It shows proof that ABC and Classic are on the BTC blockchain past the fork on my system.  A complete fail of the one and only purpose of those wallets.
Again, issue on your end.

I am not going to pay someone to rip me off.
Paying someone to do something that you obviously are not able to do = getting ripped off? Man you're a piece of work. I won't help you; good luck.

Thanks Lauda.
The only thinking behind sending to exchange as opposed to installing a new wallet is that the latter requires downloading the entire chain again, saving it in a separate folder etc. Sounds like more hassle. Or am I seeing this wrong?

Edit: Or should I install the second qt in a new folder but point to the same datadir ?
The edit does not make any sense. The Bitcoin QT is just a GUI version of the software. The wallet is called "wallet.dat" and you can have an infinite* number of wallets in the install. Just rename the old wallet to "oldwallet.dat" (or whatever). If you run QT again, it will generate a new wallet.dat (thus a new wallet). If you want to switch back, do the renaming again. Just make sure to backup everything and not get confused (e.g. do not try to rename "oldwallet.dat" into "wallet.dat" if there already is a "wallet.dat" file present in the directory).

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