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August 07, 2017, 07:39:50 PM
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OK guys, not a very active user here.
so i removed all bitcoin from my coinbase account on July 31st because every expert on the internet said so, into a hot wallet. i did that because i wanted to have control of my keys and so that i wouldnt be locked into one of the two products of the fork.
after august 1st, coinbase and other major exchanges declared that they will support both BTC and BCH.

WHAT HAPPENS NOW? if i return my BTC into coinbase, will i get the BCH analogy?

Now that BTC is volatile i want to get them back in but i dont want to risk missing any BCH i could get?

One detail: my hot wallet is Electrum   Angry
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August 07, 2017, 07:51:26 PM
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WHAT HAPPENS NOW? if i return my BTC into coinbase, will i get the BCH analogy?
Now that BTC is volatile i want to get them back in but i dont want to risk missing any BCH i could get?
One detail: my hot wallet is Electrum   Angry

No. If you do so, Only your BTCs will be sent to coinbase.
You should export your private key in Electrum and import it to a secure BCH wallet

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