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October 23, 2017, 07:12:40 PM
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or do I have to hold them?

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October 23, 2017, 07:28:49 PM
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After the fork there will be two separate chains. One original bitcoin and another altcoin btg chain. Transactions on original bitcoin chain will have no effects on the btg chain.
EDIT: replay protection is still not added to BTG. It is still unclear if it will be added. If forkers choose not to add it - make sure to move your bitcoins to the new address before doing anything with your btg.

   
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October 23, 2017, 08:54:56 PM
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It is possible to spend bitcoin gold, and before the official appearance of this coin. Now the Yobit exchange has already started trading bitcoin gold at a price of 460 dollars, giving its customers a similar number of this coin to that which was fixed at customers in bitcoins. Miracles and only.

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October 23, 2017, 08:59:29 PM
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https://blog.hitbtc.com/hitbtc-announcement-on-bitcoingold-and-segwit2x/
I do not recommend you save your bitcoin on the hitbtc trading site, I think you also see many trading sites that have prepared it where you will get your BTG on your account without having to think of anything complicated by you

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October 23, 2017, 10:35:33 PM
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I would recommend to keep an eye on bitcointalk after fork. On previous fork there was announced when it will be safe to send btc.
It is possible to spend bitcoin gold, and before the official appearance of this coin. Now the Yobit exchange has already started trading bitcoin gold at a price of 460 dollars, giving its customers a similar number of this coin to that which was fixed at customers in bitcoins. Miracles and only.
Not similar, but exact same number of coins, users got 1 BTG for 1 BTC that they hold at Yobit.

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October 23, 2017, 11:30:56 PM
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or do I have to hold them?

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That is a very good question. To be honest, I am not 100% sure but theoretically you should be able to do that and still recieve your BTG. Practically it might be a who different ball game. I think its very high risk, so I really would not recommend what you are trying to do. I hope someone with a technical no how will be able to give us a proper answer.

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October 23, 2017, 11:42:36 PM
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After the fork there will be two separate chains. One original bitcoin and another altcoin btg chain. Transactions on original bitcoin chain will have no effects on the btg chain.
EDIT: replay protection is still not added to BTG. It is still unclear if it will be added. If forkers choose not to add it - make sure to move your bitcoins to the new address before doing anything with your btg.

If you move your BTC to a new address, you can still be "replayed" on this new address. (your BTG will follow your BTC...and vice versa)

Good luck with this shitcoin.

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October 23, 2017, 11:43:42 PM
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That is a very good question. To be honest, I am not 100% sure but theoretically you should be able to do that and still recieve your BTG. Practically it might be a who different ball game. I think its very high risk, so I really would not recommend what you are trying to do. I hope someone with a technical no how will be able to give us a proper answer.

Believe me no "technical" someone will be able to give you a proper answer.
Bitcoin gold themselves don't even have a defined date to when the blockchain will go live. They just stated that it will be after Nov 1. But when ? -----no answer-----

Anyway it's a blatant scam way worse than even Bitcoin Cash. They're pre-mining a lot of coins. The only reason people are still giving it heads is that it's coming for free. But if this weren't the case, you would see every single person on here screaming (pre-ming )(preming)(scaaam)(scaaam).

Back to the OP. Don't move them because nothing is clear. Just wait after the block is reached and someone might come out and state something.


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