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October 22, 2017, 09:00:57 AM
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Does anybody know which wallets plan to support the Bitcoin Gold (BTG) friendly fork on October 1st? And what, if anything, should be done by the user?
After the hardfork, if you are holding your bitcoin in your wallet and you are holding the private key of that wallet, you can collect your bitcoin gold by insert the private key into supporting bitcoin gold wallets. There are few wallets that you can use to hold your bitcoin : multibit, electrum, bitcoin core etc
Also, I believe that bittrex will support bitcoin gold and allow users to have their bitcoin gold if they have bitcoin on bittrex wallet.
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October 22, 2017, 09:06:06 AM
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hitbtc will support btc gold

only that one?

For all the hype around this forking coin initially there seems to be very little solid information about how it will appear to BTC holders.

I found out yesterday that their site was unavailable due to a DDOS attack.

Is this good or bad for Vanilla Bitcion?

i don't see all the hype like with cash fork, i think this one will be forgotten soon, it's just a new shitcoin that pretend to be bitcoin, it's good anyway for bitcoin, because people will buy more bitcoin to have this one

Don't you think there is also a chance that they will sell off Bitcoin just as quick once the fork has been fully confirmed to cash in on the recent rise?

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October 22, 2017, 09:06:44 AM
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Hello,

Does anybody know which wallets plan to support the Bitcoin Gold (BTG) friendly fork on October 1st? And what, if anything, should be done by the user?
I don't think that 1 Oct. Is any date because this date already get back may be the 1 November .
Here nothing is sure yet because I didn't seen anything officially about it now .
If you will try to see about the bitcoin cash then you will not found any official Wallet for the mobile users to store easily .
So here we can expect the same thing like we seen in the case of bitcoin cash .
And here the wallets which supports the  bitcoin gold will be all of them but still here in my opinion we should not put our btc at third party wallet , it will be more better to put at blockchain or at exchange yobit ( who gave bitcoin cash at first time in the cryptocurrency market , so we can trust at yobit also ).


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October 22, 2017, 04:00:56 PM
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hitbtc will support btc gold
Can you confirm that by giving a link, it would be helpful if you can give the entire information.
Hitbtc is becoming popular now due to the recent problem of bittrex now which they are blocking accounts for no reason, they made a statement recently but the fear will still remain, I have a friend which his account was also blocked.

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October 22, 2017, 04:17:32 PM
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any news about Bittrex support?
Bittrex supporting Bitcoin Gold would be pretty harsh...

 "  If you have a Bitcoin (BTC) balance on Bittrex during the BTG snapshot block 491,407 occurring approximately on October 24, 3am PT (10am UTC), you will be additionally credited the equivalent amount of Bitcoin Gold (BTG) on a 1:1 basis. i.e. 1 BTC on Bittrex held during the on-exchange snapshot will get you 1 BTG.  BTC held on orders will also be credited.  Only the BTC held on your account is eligible for BTG.  Full details below."

Source: https://support.bittrex.com/hc/en-us/articles/115002320451

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October 22, 2017, 04:33:53 PM
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"  If you have a Bitcoin (BTC) balance on Bittrex during the BTG snapshot block 491,407 occurring approximately on October 24, 3am PT (10am UTC), you will be additionally credited the equivalent amount of Bitcoin Gold (BTG) on a 1:1 basis. i.e. 1 BTC on Bittrex held during the on-exchange snapshot will get you 1 BTG.  BTC held on orders will also be credited.  Only the BTC held on your account is eligible for BTG.  Full details below."

Source: https://support.bittrex.com/hc/en-us/articles/115002320451

Thanks for sharing. I didn't know that about Bittrex. I was going to start to move my BTCs to another exchange. Nice!

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October 22, 2017, 06:18:41 PM
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Imagine that you will have your personal keys. And after fork you will import these keys into BTG "devs" coded wallet, never known and used before. This wallet will send these keys to BTG guys... and your bitcoins will say good-bye... They will have full access to your wallet.

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October 22, 2017, 06:35:27 PM
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Imagine that you will have your personal keys. And after fork you will import these keys into BTG "devs" coded wallet, never known and used before. This wallet will send these keys to BTG guys... and your bitcoins will say good-bye... They will have full access to your wallet.

Premine shows the objective of this event...


that is why, you should first move your BTC to another wallet and then import the seed in an "empty" wallet to collect BTG.
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October 22, 2017, 07:09:36 PM
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Imagine that you will have your personal keys. And after fork you will import these keys into BTG "devs" coded wallet, never known and used before. This wallet will send these keys to BTG guys... and your bitcoins will say good-bye... They will have full access to your wallet.

Premine shows the objective of this event...


Is it? Bit shocking and alerting as well. As said, will try to keep either the wallet empty or move to other wallets. I read few posts here stating bitcoin gold will be sent the wallets where bitcoin is held. Is it so? When the bitcoin gold is going to pitch in?

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October 22, 2017, 07:17:59 PM
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Do you know anything about a wallet for Bitcoin Gold? Just over a day from the fork isn't a great presentation...

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October 22, 2017, 07:19:38 PM
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recently just stored my btc on bittrex to get btg lol

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October 22, 2017, 08:14:46 PM
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recently just stored my btc on bittrex to get btg lol

yes it seems people have moved their btc to bittrex to get btg. I will also move it. hopefully lucky.

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October 22, 2017, 11:42:14 PM
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The concept of BTG is ridiculous. It's basically a BTC clone business scam for someone to profit off of.  We really need to stop endorsing and supporting AltCoins that have very little difference from the major currencies. If we support these projects, then someone is going to come out with BitCoin Silver, Bitcoin Bronze, etc.

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October 23, 2017, 12:18:44 AM
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Imagine that you will have your personal keys. And after fork you will import these keys into BTG "devs" coded wallet, never known and used before. This wallet will send these keys to BTG guys... and your bitcoins will say good-bye... They will have full access to your wallet.

Premine shows the objective of this event...


Is it? Bit shocking and alerting as well. As said, will try to keep either the wallet empty or move to other wallets. I read few posts here stating bitcoin gold will be sent the wallets where bitcoin is held. Is it so? When the bitcoin gold is going to pitch in?

That's why I don't trust any exchanges that will let you import your private keys, it's really unsafe. Just hold your bitcoin into electrum wallet, coinomi or blockchain wallet, or any other wallet that supports btg. Don't risk your coins just for free coins. Be better safe than sorry.

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October 23, 2017, 12:44:05 AM
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"  If you have a Bitcoin (BTC) balance on Bittrex during the BTG snapshot block 491,407 occurring approximately on October 24, 3am PT (10am UTC), you will be additionally credited the equivalent amount of Bitcoin Gold (BTG) on a 1:1 basis. i.e. 1 BTC on Bittrex held during the on-exchange snapshot will get you 1 BTG.  BTC held on orders will also be credited.  Only the BTC held on your account is eligible for BTG.  Full details below."

Source: https://support.bittrex.com/hc/en-us/articles/115002320451

Thanks for sharing. I didn't know that about Bittrex. I was going to start to move my BTCs to another exchange. Nice!

"Bittrex will make all reasonable attempts to credit our users BTG but until we have a fully supported wallet, we can neither guarantee tokens or consider creating a market. We will continue to monitor the state of the codebase and network."

This bit is also on that article. Personally, I would use a wallet that only I know the private keys (paper or electrum) and then when BTG goes live, use it on the first wallet/exchange that fully supports it and sell if need be. This way, I'm in control of everything.

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October 23, 2017, 01:34:28 AM
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im not really interested in btg, imho, it will jsut have 1/15 or 20th of btc price at initial, and will go down as time goes by.. what do u think?

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"  If you have a Bitcoin (BTC) balance on Bittrex during the BTG snapshot block 491,407 occurring approximately on October 24, 3am PT (10am UTC), you will be additionally credited the equivalent amount of Bitcoin Gold (BTG) on a 1:1 basis. i.e. 1 BTC on Bittrex held during the on-exchange snapshot will get you 1 BTG.  BTC held on orders will also be credited.  Only the BTC held on your account is eligible for BTG.  Full details below."

Source: https://support.bittrex.com/hc/en-us/articles/115002320451

Thanks for sharing. I didn't know that about Bittrex. I was going to start to move my BTCs to another exchange. Nice!

"Bittrex will make all reasonable attempts to credit our users BTG but until we have a fully supported wallet, we can neither guarantee tokens or consider creating a market. We will continue to monitor the state of the codebase and network."

This bit is also on that article. Personally, I would use a wallet that only I know the private keys (paper or electrum) and then when BTG goes live, use it on the first wallet/exchange that fully supports it and sell if need be. This way, I'm in control of everything.
Bittrex were successful in crediting our BitcoinCash the last time so it gained the trust of the people expecting they will be credited with BitcoinGold. Personally I have deposits in bittrex but that was only less than 1 BTC because I don't expect 1:1 is with the same value.

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October 23, 2017, 08:04:14 AM
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Have anyone seen pre market trades with Bitcoin Gold like Bitcoin Cash had before its launch? What are the current prices?

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October 23, 2017, 10:08:07 AM
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I have not. I am curious to see what it will actually trade at. These forks are getting out of hand, seems like there is one every month now. The effect s on BTC price can be seen clearly
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I don't like the situation with fork, fork, fork. And who will be so stupid to give out private keys to recieve BTC gold?
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