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November 14, 2017, 09:34:46 AM
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We all know that Bitcoin is mined by whales of the cryptoworld and massive corporations around the world. Bitcoin Gold was designed to help anyone mine Bitcoin Gold, with just the use of a computer at home or office. I would say it's more user friendly.

No it wasn't BITCOIN-GOLD was FRAUD from day-one, back in August 2017 it was a TOKEN-COIN, then it got rebranded as an alt-coin, then as BITCOIN-GOLD, and then as a GPU MINABLE BITCOIN.

Now its just another history lesson for morons.

NOBODY designed SHIT, they took the BITCOIN source and replaced the crypto algo that was SHA256 to EQUIHASH, they litterally just moved the crypto from zcash to their clone, they added NO VALUE, you can hardly call this a design, there are dozens of BTC clones that have EQUIHASH such as BITCOIN-Z, which trades for 2 satoshi.

There is a vital difference to BITCOIN-Z. The devs of Bitcoin Gold copied the whole bitcoin blockchain and started from that.
That does not really make sense and produces lots of overhead but attracks attention because everyone thinks they are getting something for free...
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November 14, 2017, 09:36:31 AM
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Has anyone performed the separation of it's bitcoin from bitcoin gold? If so, what wallet did you use to do it?

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November 14, 2017, 09:41:41 AM
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How many confirms are HitBTC taking to credit (sent from Coinami).

Is it a multi hour wait type thing?

I had to wait 4h
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November 14, 2017, 09:43:55 AM
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Has anyone performed the separation of it's bitcoin from bitcoin gold? If so, what wallet did you use to do it?

I used coinimi. Entered my BTC private keys into BitcoinGold, waited, sent to hitbtc, waited 4h, and finally traded them for ETH.
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November 14, 2017, 09:47:34 AM
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Has anyone performed the separation of it's bitcoin from bitcoin gold? If so, what wallet did you use to do it?

I used coinimi. Entered my BTC private keys into BitcoinGold, waited, sent to hitbtc, waited 4h, and finally traded them for ETH.

ETH lol
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November 14, 2017, 09:48:07 AM
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Could someone please share a link to the legid step-by-step guide on how to claim BTG if I have my private keys saved on time? Does someone actually managed to do that?

install coinimi wallet on your mobile, add BTG as currency, after installation click on BTG, click on 3 little squares on right top, choose empty wallet, insert your BTC private keys, follow instructions, wait until BTG appears in your wallet, took me 4h waiting,  transfer to exchange if you want to sell them for another crypto.
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November 14, 2017, 09:48:41 AM
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BTG lol coint
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November 14, 2017, 09:51:14 AM
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Could someone please share a link to the legid step-by-step guide on how to claim BTG if I have my private keys saved on time? Does someone actually managed to do that?

install coinimi wallet on your mobile, add BTG as currency, after installation click on BTG, click on 3 little squares on right top, choose empty wallet, insert your BTC private keys, follow instructions, wait until BTG appears in your wallet, took me 4h waiting,  transfer to exchange if you want to sell them for another crypto.

Don't forget to send btc to a new address BEFORE you attempt this. You could lose all your btc.. The private key you enter to claim btg should be the OLD address you had before the fork.
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November 14, 2017, 09:52:13 AM
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Has anyone performed the separation of it's bitcoin from bitcoin gold? If so, what wallet did you use to do it?

I used coinimi. Entered my BTC private keys into BitcoinGold, waited, sent to hitbtc, waited 4h, and finally traded them for ETH.

ETH lol

Better than spending $20 on fees.
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November 14, 2017, 09:55:46 AM
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Don't forget to send btc to a new address BEFORE you attempt this. You could lose all your btc.. The private key you enter to claim btg should be the OLD address you had before the fork.

If my BTC transcation to a new address is currently unconfirmed, is there any risk?
The private keys shouldn't have left my coinomi wallet, right?
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November 14, 2017, 10:15:25 AM
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Don't forget to send btc to a new address BEFORE you attempt this. You could lose all your btc.. The private key you enter to claim btg should be the OLD address you had before the fork.

If my BTC transcation to a new address is currently unconfirmed, is there any risk?
The private keys shouldn't have left my coinomi wallet, right?

Always good to wait for at least 3 confirmations. Always a risk with unconfirmed transactions.
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November 14, 2017, 10:57:14 AM
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I owned bitcoin in my wallet electrum, how do you claim to own btg?
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November 14, 2017, 11:32:24 AM
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I owned bitcoin in my wallet electrum, how do you claim to own btg?

You can export the private keys from Electrum and import into Coinomi wallet. Just google and you'll find step-by-step instructions.

(To be safe, make sure to move your BTC from existing wallet to new wallet before entering those private keys anywhere)
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November 14, 2017, 11:38:50 AM
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Crypto-Coin calculator added BTG.

https://www.crypto-coinz.net/crypto-calculator/


BTC: 1ABBEJJtTaz8wSvFSsFvUoNkmQXNh7rq2U
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November 14, 2017, 12:25:02 PM
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Sorry for asking this question, but I have searched everywhere for 3 days and can't find the answer.

Where do you get a BTG address and/or Wallet?
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November 14, 2017, 12:35:02 PM
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Sorry for asking this question, but I have searched everywhere for 3 days and can't find the answer.

Where do you get a BTG address and/or Wallet?
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I am using coinomi.

BTC: 1ABBEJJtTaz8wSvFSsFvUoNkmQXNh7rq2U
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November 14, 2017, 12:43:24 PM
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I owned bitcoin in my wallet electrum, how do you claim to own btg?

You can export the private keys from Electrum and import into Coinomi wallet. Just google and you'll find step-by-step instructions.

(To be safe, make sure to move your BTC from existing wallet to new wallet before entering those private keys anywhere)

1.] export your private keys from electrum
2.] move your BTC from that wallet to another wallet
3.] download coinomi wallet from google play or apple app store
4.] create an account and add BitcoinGold currency
5.] use sweep address in BitcoinGold wallet to import private keys
6.] ass each private key is added any related BitcoinGold will be added to your coinomi wallet automatically.
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November 14, 2017, 01:40:28 PM
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Since yesterday, I started mining  in btgpool.pro. Until now I still got 'Immature balance 0.02', 'Pending Balance 0.0006', and 'Total Paid 0.00'.
It's been almost 2 days I started mining and still 0.00 payments?


I owned bitcoin in my wallet electrum, how do you claim to own btg?

You can export the private keys from Electrum and import into Coinomi wallet. Just google and you'll find step-by-step instructions.

(To be safe, make sure to move your BTC from existing wallet to new wallet before entering those private keys anywhere)

1.] export your private keys from electrum
2.] move your BTC from that wallet to another wallet
3.] download coinomi wallet from google play or apple app store
4.] create an account and add BitcoinGold currency
5.] use sweep address in BitcoinGold wallet to import private keys
6.] ass each private key is added any related BitcoinGold will be added to your coinomi wallet automatically.

Does it mean I can import private key into coinomi and use coinomi BTG wallet address in my BTG miner?

Right now the BTG address in my miner is pointing into a paper wallet and I want to change it into coinomi address. I want my paper wallet balance combined with coinomi wallet balance.
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November 14, 2017, 01:46:41 PM
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When it will be happen? I just heard about bitcoin gold recently. If the scheme like when bitcoin cash born, I mean fork on November, who is hold bitcoin on their wallet will receive bitcoin gold, this is good chance for buying bitcoin when bitcoin get deep correction.
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November 14, 2017, 01:59:18 PM
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When it will be happen? I just heard about bitcoin gold recently. If the scheme like when bitcoin cash born, I mean fork on November, who is hold bitcoin on their wallet will receive bitcoin gold, this is good chance for buying bitcoin when bitcoin get deep correction.

Bitcoin Gold already started.  The fork block was #491407 and some people have been synced and using Bitcoin Gold for nearly 24 hours now.
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