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October 23, 2017, 02:15:39 PM
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I have been keeping my bitcoin in Bitcoin Core wallet since long time ago.
I haven't done anything to claim BCH, and now there is BTG airdrop coming.
What should be done to collect both BCH and BTG, after the BTG airdrop?

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October 23, 2017, 02:20:30 PM
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I have been keeping my bitcoin in Bitcoin Core wallet since long time ago.
I haven't done anything to claim BCH, and now there is BTG airdrop coming.
What should be done to collect both BCH and BTG, after the BTG airdrop?

I think bitcoin core didn't supported the last fork of bitcoins. In the airdrop of BTG and BCH, you are just to hodl your bitcoin in your wallet. But make sure that, that wallet is supporting the fork. If not, then find and exchange that accepts the fork.

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October 23, 2017, 02:33:00 PM
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I have been keeping my bitcoin in Bitcoin Core wallet since long time ago.
I haven't done anything to claim BCH, and now there is BTG airdrop coming.
What should be done to collect both BCH and BTG, after the BTG airdrop?

I think bitcoin core didn't supported the last fork of bitcoins. In the airdrop of BTG and BCH, you are just to hodl your bitcoin in your wallet. But make sure that, that wallet is supporting the fork. If not, then find and exchange that accepts the fork.

Are you sure about this?
I remember there was some guide about how to claim BCH from bitcoin core wallet.
I just wonder if all I should do is hold bitcoin in my bitcoin core wallet, and I can claim whatever airdrop, like BCH, BTG, B2X

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November 21, 2017, 01:04:51 PM
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Why BCH when you can DASH?


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November 21, 2017, 01:21:04 PM
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The Bitcoin forked coins can be collected by importing your private key into a supported fork wallet.
You can export your private key by typing this command in the console: "dumpprivkey <your bitcoin address>", of course without
quotation marks.
It might be needed to decrypt your wallet first by "walletpassphrase <your-wallet-passphrase 300>", which will decrypt your wallet for 5 minutes.
Make sure you find the a suited wallet on the fork's authentic website so you don't lose both of your balances.

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November 21, 2017, 02:23:03 PM
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The Bitcoin forked coins can be collected by importing your private key into a supported fork wallet.
You can export your private key by typing this command in the console: "dumpprivkey <your bitcoin address>", of course without
quotation marks.
It might be needed to decrypt your wallet first by "walletpassphrase <your-wallet-passphrase 300>", which will decrypt your wallet for 5 minutes.
Make sure you find the a suited wallet on the fork's authentic website so you don't lose both of your balances.


Thanks for your advice.
I wonder how can I get all my bitcoin addresses?
I also heard that it is recommended to transfer btc to another address before claiming forked coins.

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November 21, 2017, 05:39:05 PM
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The Bitcoin forked coins can be collected by importing your private key into a supported fork wallet.
You can export your private key by typing this command in the console: "dumpprivkey <your bitcoin address>", of course without
quotation marks.
It might be needed to decrypt your wallet first by "walletpassphrase <your-wallet-passphrase 300>", which will decrypt your wallet for 5 minutes.
Make sure you find the a suited wallet on the fork's authentic website so you don't lose both of your balances.


Thanks for your advice.
I wonder how can I get all my bitcoin addresses?
I also heard that it is recommended to transfer btc to another address before claiming forked coins.
To list all address use the command "listreceivedbyaddress", this will list all addresses that already have received transactions.
It's recommended to transfer your BTC to a new address, with a new private key. To prevent your coins from being stolen through a replay attack, although a patch has been implemented in most wallets it's still a good thing to do. Because your BTC still could get stolen when you import your private key in a malicious client or when your keystrokes/data get tapped. 

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November 25, 2017, 02:18:39 AM
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BTC is dead and split, while BTCxBCH whales fight, the DASH Digital Cash is the best option!

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November 27, 2017, 08:04:06 PM
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while BTCxBCHxBTGxLTC whales fight, the DASH is the best option!

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