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October 29, 2017, 08:45:49 PM
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I recently sent BTC from my account at local bitcoins to my KeepKey wallet. Unfortunately I sent it to a BCH account. I own the address that it was sent to. What should I do to recover the BTC?
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October 29, 2017, 09:38:11 PM
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I recently sent BTC from my account at local bitcoins to my KeepKey wallet. Unfortunately I sent it to a BCH account. I own the address that it was sent to. What should I do to recover the BTC?
Get the private key out for that address and import it into a wallet such as electroncash[1] in order to be able to recover it.

1. https://electroncash.org/#downld
Read again. OP said that he sent BTC to a BCH address, and not the other way around. Electron Cash is a Electrum fork for Bitcoin Cash. You can't see or spend Bitcoins with it.

OP: download Electrum[1], and when creating your wallet choose: Standard Wallet -> Use publir or private keys -> Paste your private key and click Next. Send your Bitcoins to your correct address and it's done.

[1] https://electrum.org/

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October 30, 2017, 02:18:50 AM
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I am not actually sure but I think the first reply is already the answer to your question. But let this be a lesson to all. Escpecially that the main concept of Bitcoin, and other cryptocurrencies as well, is to have these codes and addresses as the main information, and the only information, needed to make transactions. These addresses are the reason why we are and we can stay anonymous.

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November 10, 2017, 10:03:34 AM
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Thanks for the advice but how do I find my private key to paste it into the new wallet?  Can I use the twelve word pass phrase?  My understanding is that a private key is a 256 bit character string beginning with the number “5”.  The only information I have from my hardware wallet is the pass phrase.
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November 10, 2017, 05:06:03 PM
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I'm not sure if this would work, but you can try to get your KeepKey wallet seed and import it in Electrum.

While creating a new Electrum Wallet, choose: Standard Wallet -> I already have a seed -> Paste your KeepKey seed -> Click in "Options" -> Select "BIP39 seed" -> Next.

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November 10, 2017, 08:45:27 PM
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I'm not 100% sure that this will work, as I don't have a KeepKey to test with, but it should be possible to identify the private key using the 12 word seed mnemonic and Ian Coleman's BIP39 mnemonic code convertor: https://iancoleman.io/bip39/

NOTE: you should create an offline copy of this (instructions are at the bottom of the page) and you should run it on an offline computer

You put the 12 word mnemonic where it says "BIP39 mnemonic", set the coin type to "BCH - Bitcoin Cash", and then click the BIP44 tab, your addresses should show at the bottom (you make need to click "show more" if you have used more than 20 addresses.

You may also need to change the "External/Internal" value from 0 to 1 to see your "change" addresses.

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November 18, 2017, 10:47:56 PM
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what was the conclusion as I done the same!

Sent from Binance account to my Kucoin.

I was sending BTC to Kucoin but accidentally given my BCH address instead!! Ive emailed both Binance and Kucoin to explain what has happened... But im assuming its lost in the limbo?
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November 18, 2017, 11:43:18 PM
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what was the conclusion as I done the same!

Sent from Binance account to my Kucoin.
No, you haven't... you've sent BTC from an online service... to a BCH wallet on another online service, for which you don't have access to the private keys... this is a LOT different to sending BTC to a BCH wallet that you hold the private keys for. Undecided


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I was sending BTC to Kucoin but accidentally given my BCH address instead!! Ive emailed both Binance and Kucoin to explain what has happened... But im assuming its lost in the limbo?
No, assuming your transaction is showing as confirmed, then your BTC will be residing on a BTC address at Kucoin that is identical to the BCH address you sent it to.

The ONLY people who can help you now are Kucoin. Given they are an exchange, and most likely using MultiSig "3"-type addresses, your chances of recovery are relatively slim. It is not impossible for them to recover the coins, but it isn't super easy either. Do not be surprised if they say "sorry, can't help" or want to charge you a fee for recovery.

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November 19, 2017, 12:09:58 AM
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HCP .. thank you for the reply. Ive sent Kucoin a message... just a waiting game to see what they say. Im new to the whole Bitcoin / crypto. My first f**k up so far... hopefully last one!
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November 19, 2017, 11:51:26 AM
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November 19, 2017, 04:42:12 PM
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Can you please direct me to that service?
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November 19, 2017, 05:41:48 PM
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Can you please direct me to that service?
What service? did you also accidentally and totally by mistake sent BTC to a BCH address? Cheesy Good to know that BCH addresses are the same old bitcoin addresses, And you could recover any BTC if you've sent them to a BCH address, You can't recover any BCH sent to a segwit address starting with 3, I'm not sure if that is even possible, BCH miners would ignore that TX and it shall come back to your wallet.

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November 20, 2017, 02:55:24 AM
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... You can't recover any BCH sent to a segwit address starting with 3, I'm not sure if that is even possible, BCH miners would ignore that TX and it shall come back to your wallet.
It IS possible... The miners won't ignore the transaction as you are simply sending to a (valid) P2SH address. The transaction is completely valid according to the validation rules on the BCH network.

The network doesn't care what the underlying "script" for the P2SH address is until you attempt to spend it... Which is why you can't recover BCH sent to a SegWit address.

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November 20, 2017, 01:26:23 PM
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I recently sent BTC from my account at local bitcoins to my KeepKey wallet. Unfortunately I sent it to a BCH account. I own the address that it was sent to. What should I do to recover the BTC?
Get the private key out for that address and import it into a wallet such as electroncash[1] in order to be able to recover it.

1. https://electroncash.org/#downld
Read again. OP said that he sent BTC to a BCH address, and not the other way around. Electron Cash is a Electrum fork for Bitcoin Cash. You can't see or spend Bitcoins with it.

OP: download Electrum[1], and when creating your wallet choose: Standard Wallet -> Use publir or private keys -> Paste your private key and click Next. Send your Bitcoins to your correct address and it's done.

[1] https://electrum.org/
But I am not quite sure that local bitcoins provide you with the private key of your wallet if this is the case I think OP might certainly be in a problem and you must contact local bitcoins support. I am not quite sure about this.
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November 21, 2017, 12:20:28 PM
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I did this yesterday on shapeshift. accidentally put my bch address instead of my btc address to receive btc. the confirmations went thru and i figured it was lost. so i can actually retrieve them? i also have some bitcoin cash coins in that address, do i have to worry about those coins being corrupt bc bitcoin coins in there? i use a trezor and just emailed support. is there anything i can do to get my btc?

thanks for help

update** trezor has a very easy to use recovery method that worked for me, got my .182 btc back!

heres link to recovery tool:
https://trezor.io/recover-coins/

and guide https://blog.trezor.io/recover-coins-guide-bitcoin-litecoin-78da0d290c79
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November 26, 2017, 02:59:59 AM
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I did this yesterday on shapeshift. accidentally put my bch address instead of my btc address to receive btc. the confirmations went thru and i figured it was lost. so i can actually retrieve them? i also have some bitcoin cash coins in that address, do i have to worry about those coins being corrupt bc bitcoin coins in there? i use a trezor and just emailed support. is there anything i can do to get my btc?

thanks for help

update** trezor has a very easy to use recovery method that worked for me, got my .182 btc back!

heres link to recovery tool:
https://trezor.io/recover-coins/

and guide https://blog.trezor.io/recover-coins-guide-bitcoin-litecoin-78da0d290c79

That's very handy indeed if you own a Trezor, but doesn't work if you don't have one.
To use the recovery tool you need a Trezor plugged in.

Thanks for sharing anyhow! Smiley
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December 20, 2017, 03:35:30 AM
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I just tried to transfer BTC from Exodus to Coinbase but accidentally used BCH address on coinbase and now I've lost all my funds. Any one got any sort of help whatsoever???
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December 20, 2017, 04:02:49 AM
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You'll need to contact coinbase and ask them for assistance. They're the only ones with access to the private keys required to recover those coins.

If coinbase won't help, then there is no way for you to recover those coins.

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December 22, 2017, 02:32:22 PM
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HCP .. thank you for the reply. Ive sent Kucoin a message... just a waiting game to see what they say. Im new to the whole Bitcoin / crypto. My first f**k up so far... hopefully last one!


Hi MrTree... I am also in the same situation. actually sent BTC from binance.com to BCH address in coinbase.com. sent messages to both binance and Coinbase. 
did you get any reply from Coinbase regarding your issue.
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December 22, 2017, 09:20:31 PM
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Binance won't be able to assist you in any meaningful way. They have nothing to do with the receiving address. Given the issues Coinbase are having relating to BCH trading and such, I wouldn't hold my breath waiting for a quick response... Their support seems to be very overloaded at the moment Undecided

Your only option is patience Wink

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December 27, 2017, 12:35:42 AM
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i just did the same, them adding bch to coinbase messed me up
sent 15,000 bitcoins to Bch and coinbase rep said lost , gone
very upsetting
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December 29, 2017, 07:10:30 AM
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I did the same thing on Coinbase... their website is setup entirely to take advantage of this as when you click on receive it does not give you any warning for BCH, while if you click on either BTS or ETH you get a warning...

Fack so annoying

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January 27, 2018, 07:43:26 AM
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I recently sent BTC from my Zebpay account to my Dekado.io websit wallet BCH (bitcoin cash) address 1AziDkHsVSv4uq1VQfVBNMRCq1VbzcBJ3n. this transaction show in blockchain " Unspent ". What should I do to recover the BTC? Please help me.
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January 27, 2018, 07:52:40 AM
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i just did the same, them adding bch to coinbase messed me up
sent 15,000 bitcoins to Bch and coinbase rep said lost , gone
very upsetting

 Grin  Funny joke.  150 million dollars gone.  "very upsetting"   Cheesy
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January 27, 2018, 05:26:43 PM
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I recently sent BTC from my Zebpay account to my Dekado.io websit wallet BCH (bitcoin cash) address 1AziDkHsVSv4uq1VQfVBNMRCq1VbzcBJ3n. this transaction show in blockchain " Unspent ". What should I do to recover the BTC? Please help me.
You'll have to contact the people at Dekado.io, they're the only ones that can help you.

 Grin  Funny joke.  150 million dollars gone.  "very upsetting"   Cheesy
Probably meant $15,000 worth of bitcoin.
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January 30, 2018, 06:09:21 AM
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i just did the same, them adding bch to coinbase messed me up
sent 15,000 bitcoins to Bch and coinbase rep said lost , gone
very upsetting

Kindly correct the above statement as I am pretty sure you never meant to say 15000 btc  Huh. May be you would want to say 15000 satoshi or 15k$? I think their should be ideally a way that if it is not sent to correct address it should either not allow itself in first place to send or should return back form the senders address if sent to incorrect address.

   

 
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February 14, 2018, 10:47:47 AM
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I did this yesterday on shapeshift. accidentally put my bch address instead of my btc address to receive btc. the confirmations went thru and i figured it was lost. so i can actually retrieve them? i also have some bitcoin cash coins in that address, do i have to worry about those coins being corrupt bc bitcoin coins in there? i use a trezor and just emailed support. is there anything i can do to get my btc?

thanks for help

update** trezor has a very easy to use recovery method that worked for me, got my .182 btc back!

heres link to recovery tool:
https://trezor.io/recover-coins/

and guide https://blog.trezor.io/recover-coins-guide-bitcoin-litecoin-78da0d290c79

That's very handy indeed if you own a Trezor, but doesn't work if you don't have one.
To use the recovery tool you need a Trezor plugged in.

Thanks for sharing anyhow! Smiley

You sent BTC using shapeshift, so does that mean even if you didn't send BTC "with" trezor, you can use this technique?
The page https://trezor.io/recover-coins/ show only litecoin, BTC, BCH, so that doesn't apply for other altcoins?
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February 14, 2018, 04:26:44 PM
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You sent BTC using shapeshift, so does that mean even if you didn't send BTC "with" trezor, you can use this technique?
The page https://trezor.io/recover-coins/ show only litecoin, BTC, BCH, so that doesn't apply for other altcoins?

In most of the altcoins, you can't make this kind of mistake. You can't send Ripple to a Ethereum address for example.

The most common case is where a user sent LTC to a BTC address or vice versa. And you can only use the tool if you own the address the coins are stuck. E.g: you withdrawal 10 LTC from your local exchange and sent them to your BTC address by mistake.

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I recently sent BTC from my Zebpay account to my Dekado.io websit wallet BCH (bitcoin cash) address 1AziDkHsVSv4uq1VQfVBNMRCq1VbzcBJ3n. this transaction show in blockchain " Unspent ". What should I do to recover the BTC? Please help me.
You'll have to contact the people at Dekado.io, they're the only ones that can help you.

 Grin  Funny joke.  150 million dollars gone.  "very upsetting"   Cheesy
Probably meant $15,000 worth of bitcoin.

But Dekado is not help me about this.
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March 12, 2018, 02:55:41 PM
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But Dekado is not help me about this.
Then unfortunately there's nothing you can do.
Only they have the private key to the address you sent it to so they're the only ones that can help you.
If they do want to help you then you're out of luck.
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I recently sent BTC from my account at local bitcoins to my KeepKey wallet. Unfortunately I sent it to a BCH account. I own the address that it was sent to. What should I do to recover the BTC?
I don't know if you later get your money back? If no then your have learn a had lesson of which that make you to be extraordinary careful any time you are transferring Bitcoin from one account to another. Although i don't have much idea as to whether such rong posting can be retrieved back.

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March 24, 2018, 04:36:42 PM
 #32

I recently sent BTC from my account at local bitcoins to my KeepKey wallet. Unfortunately I sent it to a BCH account. I own the address that it was sent to. What should I do to recover the BTC?
I don't know if you later get your money back? If no then your have learn a had lesson of which that make you to be extraordinary careful any time you are transferring Bitcoin from one account to another. Although i don't have much idea as to whether such rong posting can be retrieved back.
That was impossible to recover if you got the error transaction in bitcoin, hopefully, it may serve you a lesson that next time you must be careful about having a transaction. And that was a moment of carelessness, any transaction issued with Bitcoin cannot be reversed, they can only be refunded by the person who received the funds. Technically that means you should take care to have a transaction with bitcoin or else it will be lost to nowhere.

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