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November 23, 2017, 01:47:48 AM
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I was trying to exchange my bit coin for some bit coin cash, but when I went to send my bitcoin to the converter site, I accidentally put MY bitcoin cash wallet ID to it is like I am trying to send bitcoin to my bitcoin cash wallet....

transaction Id: 928b885d637f1d2df1908ca0ee0252a20164fc40d636b0d53e28cb2e9e3bcc42
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November 23, 2017, 04:55:41 AM
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If you have access to the private keys for the Bitcoin Cash Wallet, then you can recover your Bitcoins.

What Bitcoin Cash wallet were you using? and do you have either the private keys or a "12 word seed mnemonic" backup phrase? If you don't have either of those things, recovery of your bitcoins will be near impossible.

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November 23, 2017, 05:20:53 AM
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If you have access to the private keys for the Bitcoin Cash Wallet, then you can recover your Bitcoins.

What Bitcoin Cash wallet were you using? and do you have either the private keys or a "12 word seed mnemonic" backup phrase? If you don't have either of those things, recovery of your bitcoins will be near impossible.

UPDATE:  I was using BTC as my wallet.  Thankfully  even though I put my Bitcoin CASH wallet address for the transaction, it was sent to my
Bitcoin wallet.  Stressful moment for me but everything looks to be OK now.
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November 23, 2017, 08:11:14 AM
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If you have access to the private keys for the Bitcoin Cash Wallet, then you can recover your Bitcoins.

What Bitcoin Cash wallet were you using? and do you have either the private keys or a "12 word seed mnemonic" backup phrase? If you don't have either of those things, recovery of your bitcoins will be near impossible.

UPDATE:  I was using BTC as my wallet.  Thankfully  even though I put my Bitcoin CASH wallet address for the transaction, it was sent to my
Bitcoin wallet.  Stressful moment for me but everything looks to be OK now.


Lol, fine next please careful about the transaction before you made from the bitcoin or BCH wallet. If you are fine to handle your private key means still you are able to recover the bitcoins you have missed in it.
Most of the online wallet does not support incorrect bitcoin address like how mining wallet bat file does.
If you are send to the incorrect bitcoin address itself means you cannot be able to recover the bitcoins.

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November 23, 2017, 10:50:53 AM
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Hi, I have a question about my wallet created on coinbase.com, can somebody tell me if my wallet is bind to that website or I can use my wallet address anywhere I want?
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November 23, 2017, 11:45:10 AM
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Hi, I have a question about my wallet created on coinbase.com, can somebody tell me if my wallet is bind to that website or I can use my wallet address anywhere I want?

You will not have the access to the private keys of your wallet, As for the address generated by your wallet, You can use that address to receive bitcoins from anyone. It doesn't matter if the user sending the BTC has an account on coinbase or not.

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