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XiongTyler
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August 14, 2017, 09:56:56 AM
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Dear users,

According to the “Clarification on the Snapshot for BCC Giveaways at 20:00 (GMT+8) Aug. 1”, Bixin has distributed the first batch of BCC giveaways on 7 Aug. 2017, and today Bixin is going to distribute the second batch.
 
Clarification on the second batch:

Today Bixin team has deposited and exchanged the 10% of received BCC in a mainstream exchange, after deducting the transaction loss, the average exchange rate is 0.073 BTC/BCC. Namely, if you had 1 BTC when the snapshot was taken, you are going to receive 0.0073BTC (1*0.073BTC*10%) today. The BCC giveaways have been distributed, check the information in Wallet Bill Details.

Delivery information: systematic deliver--10% BCC candy

Additionally, Bixin is going to open its own blockchain exchange which is at the final stage of the development process, and it is supposed to be launched in the middle of September. According to users' feedback, the rest 80% of BCC will be launched in the exchanges instead of distributing weekly; then it will be transferred to every user’s wallet automatically. On the occasion, the users can log in the exchange with Bixin account and trade freely.

Thanks again for your trust and patience.

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September 09, 2017, 02:07:07 PM
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What is this about, Bitcoin Cash or BitConnect? Because im losing my mind trying to keep track of what each exchange calls Bitcoin Cash like. Some call it BCH, some BCC (which confuses me with BitConnect which also uses BCH), I even saw some asian exchange listing it as BCS or something like that, so it's like 3 tags out there for the same coin.

This shows how much of a big mess the hardfork was, exchanges weren't able to reach consensus on the tag for the coin and now we've had a lot of people sending BTC to BCH addresses and the other way around and they've lost a lot of money, it's a real clusterfuck.

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