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January 19, 2018, 11:20:44 AM
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Missing satoshi's true vision there: bitcoin clashic. http://bitcoinclashic.org/

The website states they actually use Bitcoin Cash node software so I don't really see how this Bitcoin Clashic could possibly differ from Bitcoin Cash.

I'm certainly very interesting situation with the people who actually collects these forks of bitcoin,

Your Bitcoin private keys give you access to your coins on any and all Bitcoin forks, you don't have to do anything to "collect" them, you either already own them or you don't.

The most promising Bitcoin fork( hybrid ) is Bitcore (BTX)

Thanks, I added BTX, XLM and GBYTE into a new "Honorable mentions" section.

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Is there some wallet around that collects all the BTC forks? Some "Super-QT" or some such?
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January 19, 2018, 05:15:14 PM
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I think that only the usual standard bitcoin, as well as segwit 2x, have the right to life.

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January 20, 2018, 08:26:50 AM
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The most promising Bitcoin fork( hybrid ) is Bitcore (BTX)
Bitcore is not a fork, it is a complete new coin with a new blockchain. No old burden from Bitcoin carried over at all. They just gave an initial share to all existing Bitcoin holders and now pay a weekly dividend to BTX holders.
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I think that only the usual standard bitcoin, as well as segwit 2x, have the right to life.

How will you kill the other forks?
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Thanks mate, I actually came here to ask if anyone has the list of Bitcoin forks  Grin Couldn't imagine there are 33
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Great thread.

Some of those forks actually do have a value. Who said trading is the only way to increase your bitcoins? Holding alone gives you free bitcoins with zero risk!




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January 21, 2018, 05:24:44 PM
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You have collected a full information of bitcoin folks. But I don't think there is any benefit of making these forks. All these forks are just shitcoins now as people don't feel any excitement about it and don't even bother of moving their bitcoin to the private key wallet to take advantage of these forks as they are free at the time of forking.

But if their price is decent you can just sell them immediately to get free money.
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This is all nonesense. Only bitcoincash bitcoingold and maybe one or two others gave you anything. The rest are filthy lies and tricks to get people to make mistakes when they claim their so called "free" coin. Most of these coins have no wallet so there is nowhere to import your privatekey.

You have collected a full information of bitcoin folks. But I don't think there is any benefit of making these forks. All these forks are just shitcoins now as people don't feel any excitement about it and don't even bother of moving their bitcoin to the private key wallet to take advantage of these forks as they are free at the time of forking.

But if their price is decent you can just sell them immediately to get free money.

The price is decent but you can't claim anything. It is a scam. They all claim the same thing and even their websites looked the same. They all say they will have their own wallet "soon". That means nothing.

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January 21, 2018, 06:42:22 PM
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This is all nonesense. Only bitcoincash bitcoingold and maybe one or two others gave you anything. The rest are filthy lies and tricks to get people to make mistakes when they claim their so called "free" coin. Most of these coins have no wallet so there is nowhere to import your privatekey.

In fact what you are saying is nonsense. Most of the forks that already happened do have wallets, do have the source code, are fully working and functional. Some of them are already being traded on various exchanges and have deposits and withdrawals enabled. You should first educate yourself on the subject before you ridicule yourself by saying such an uneducated nonsense.

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Thanks for this list. I appreciate you sharing your hard work.

I've been using btcdiv.com/# for a list. It has exchange prices listed for the forked coins that are on exchanges.



Here's my 2 cents for anyone looking for an easy button to store offline (some of) these forked coins.
Coinomi and Bither wallets can be loaded on an old or cheap Android phone.
Download the .apk and install using a USB cable and the android SDK on your (factory reset) phone that you will never connect to the internet.

Coinomi has file hashes posted for verification of download, Bither, not so much, but I sent them an email to see of it was a possibility to post file hashes with the download.
Bither has a cool QR code interface between the online and offline wallets.

***EDIT*** Bither won't let you STORE the forked coins, but send them to a Bitpie wallet that can generate the forked coin addresses. Bitpie, does not have an offline option (sigh).

If you want to sweep private keys for forked coins using the online version of these, it's an option, but you technically compromise the whole BTC wallet they came from.
So, OBVIOUSLY you'll want to use best practices for moving the BTC first and handling your private keys.

Anyone else have easy button options for offline storage or claiming forked coins?

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Thanks for the information, I knew there was a lot of forks but didn't think there was that many of them! The bitcoin forks are getting way out of hand.

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Bloomberg thinks there will be another 50 bitcoin forks this year:

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-01-23/bitcoin-may-split-50-times-in-2018-as-forking-craze-accelerates

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Some 19 Bitcoin forks came out last year -- but up to 50 more could happen this year, according to Lex Sokolin, global director of fintech strategy at Autonomous Research. Ultimately, the number could run even higher now that Forkgen, a site enabling anyone with rudimentary programming skills to launch a clone, is in operation. In a Jan. 14 tweet, hedge fund manager Ari Paul predicted more than 10 percent of the current value of Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash will reside in new offshoots.

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This is all nonesense. Only bitcoincash bitcoingold and maybe one or two others gave you anything. The rest are filthy lies and tricks to get people to make mistakes when they claim their so called "free" coin. Most of these coins have no wallet so there is nowhere to import your privatekey.

In fact what you are saying is nonsense. Most of the forks that already happened do have wallets, do have the source code, are fully working and functional. Some of them are already being traded on various exchanges and have deposits and withdrawals enabled. You should first educate yourself on the subject before you ridicule yourself by saying such an uneducated nonsense.

Some maybe, not "most". And what he's saying is right, in that it's the same website template, with all the same stuff, slightly tweaked...  And they are made by chinese.

See the similarities in the templates:

http://supersmartbitcoin.com/
https://bitcoingold.org/
http://www.btcd.io/
https://www.bitcoingod.org/
http://www.bitcoinfaith.org/

....roadmap, team, features, our team, etc etc etc, and a huge list of wallets and exchanges there, which don't even support these coins Grin
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This is all nonesense. Only bitcoincash bitcoingold and maybe one or two others gave you anything. The rest are filthy lies and tricks to get people to make mistakes when they claim their so called "free" coin. Most of these coins have no wallet so there is nowhere to import your privatekey.

In fact what you are saying is nonsense. Most of the forks that already happened do have wallets, do have the source code, are fully working and functional. Some of them are already being traded on various exchanges and have deposits and withdrawals enabled. You should first educate yourself on the subject before you ridicule yourself by saying such an uneducated nonsense.

Some maybe, not "most".

Absolutely not "some maybe", you just proved beyond any doubt whatsoever that if you are not a total retard then you are intentionally and willfully lying. And of course it's pointless to ever respond or react in any way, shape or form to retards or scammers. But I will bother a bit anyway, just to ridicule you even further because you don't deserve anything better given your filthy attitude.

If you or that other imbecile knew anything about Bitcoin software, anything at all, you would have known that it's one single software that contains everything in it - the network logic, the consensus rules, the node daemon, the wallet, a command line client for rpc and most of all that is then duplicated into one monolithic gui binary. So it's virtually impossible to clone the original Bitcoin software, have the cloned network functional and running and not have a wallet. It's one and the same software.

Furthermore, if you or that other imbecile knew anything about the license used, anything at all, you would have known that it would be a violation of the license to publish the binaries without the source code. Now I won't even venture into contemplating whether you or that other imbecile could possibly have any legal awareness because of course you don't, but if you did then you would know that a license violation is a copyright infringement and that is a criminal offense in most jurisdictions anywhere in the world.

So not only most of the forks that already happened and are functional and running (I say "most" only as a precaution, I am not aware of one single exception) do have wallets (they cannot not have wallets!), but they also do have the source code published so even if they also published the binaries (which I wouldn't recommend to blindly download and use, we all know what happened to BTG) anybody can compile the source code and produce their own binaries, which naturally include the wallet because the wallet feature is inseparable from the rest of the software.

And what he's saying is right, in that it's the same website template, with all the same stuff, slightly tweaked...

If you or that other imbecile knew anything about Bitcoin forks, anything at all, you would know that what such a fork really comes down to is a copy&paste of the original source code with a few more or less minor changes. That's it. So how can a software that's more than 99% the same as the original and any other fork, a software that has vast majority of all the features identical, not have a very similar website "with all the same stuff"? Only a total retard couldn't possibly understand that.

And they are made by chinese.

To that I can only voice an obvious observation, that is you are just a pathetic racist piece of shit. And welcome to my ignore list.

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This was a lot more than I had thought, is this really necessary to have all these forks that do nothing.

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January 24, 2018, 10:27:33 PM
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This is a very complete list of Bitcoin Forks. I think investors need this information in order to find out about the coin that gets bitcoin forks. Always research carefully before investing is the right thing to do in a time when the cryptocurrency market is having a lot of trouble, be careful not to overdo it.
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As the #1 site for automated forked coin extraction

Anyone who is willing to give all his coins to a random anonymous individual and expect that the said individual will return the coins should go see a psychiatrist asap.

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January 24, 2018, 11:57:09 PM
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I think they confuse people for this matters, they created a lot of forks so investors will buy those replicated bitcoin a sh*t coin that has no real value. but i think they have purpose in the long run if bitcoin will burst then some investors will buy bitcoin hardfork.


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January 25, 2018, 05:27:12 AM
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A very informative, enlightening, and comprehensive list.  Thanks for providing this to the community; it will be most helpful.
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