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December 20, 2017, 03:17:46 AM
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I held Bitcoin in an Electrum wallet at the time of the fork.  I subsequently transferred the Bitcoin into my Coinbase wallet.  How do I now claim my Bitcoin Cash?  (Coinbase didn't release it to me as I wasn't holding the bitcoin on August 1.)  Do I go to Electron Cash?  Appreciate any help!
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December 20, 2017, 05:10:42 AM
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to claim each of these new coins they keep creating these days and call them bitcoin forks, all you need to do is download the wallet they are releasing. in some cases this may be very risky since most of these projects are pretty unknown.

in case of bitcoin cash, go to http://www.electroncash.org/ and download the wallet.
i suggest installing it away from your Electrum wallet because it will copy all your electrum wallets into its own directory and you may not want that.

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