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March 18, 2018, 08:52:55 PM
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Someone asked me about forks with SegWit addresses, and I have no idea how to answer that.
A quote (I'll leave out the username for privacy) from the PM:
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Most recently the issue I have is when I input a private key from an address holding a small amount of fork coins into Bither the public address is not the segwit address listed from Iancoleman tool extract or the address listed in the Nano S and no balance is shown.
Has anyone tried this?

Its not possible to get forked coins importing segwit addresses private keys on Bither, because Bither wallet don't support segwit addresses yet. He/She can try on Coinomi wallet, but Coinomi has less forks.
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March 18, 2018, 09:19:01 PM
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Its not possible to get forked coins importing segwit addresses private keys on Bither, because Bither wallet don't support segwit addresses yet. He/She can try on Coinomi wallet, but Coinomi has less forks.
Can you confirm this works on Coinomi for Bitcoin Gold and BitCore? Someone else asked me about that for SegWit-addresses (starting with a 3). I don't have any old funded SegWit private key to test it by myself.

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March 18, 2018, 09:39:42 PM
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Its not possible to get forked coins importing segwit addresses private keys on Bither, because Bither wallet don't support segwit addresses yet. He/She can try on Coinomi wallet, but Coinomi has less forks.
Can you confirm this works on Coinomi for Bitcoin Gold and BitCore? Someone else asked me about that for SegWit-addresses (starting with a 3). I don't have any old funded SegWit private key to test it by myself.

No, but i can confirm that i used Coinomi to extract Bitcoin Atom from segwit addresses.
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March 23, 2018, 01:06:38 PM
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Help me update this list
Please help me to keep this thread (and the table above) up-to-date: If a legit wallet and exchange are available for an unlisted fork, please post it and I'll add it to the list.
I'll only list Forkcoins with at least a working wallet.


You can also add:
  • BitCoinAtom (BCA), 1:1
  • SmartCash (SMART), 1:100

Both of them were announced on YoBit.net at the end of Jan 2018. If you had BTC on YoBit at that time, you already received them like I did.


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March 23, 2018, 01:35:52 PM
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You can also add:
  • BitCoinAtom (BCA), 1:1
  • SmartCash (SMART), 1:100

Both of them were announced on YoBit.net at the end of Jan 2018. If you had BTC on YoBit at that time, you already received them like I did.
Receiving them on an exchange isn't enough to add them here. I need to be able to deposit to add them to my list. Bitcoin Atom has $6,122 trading volume (24h), so I don't think it can be deposited.
SmartCash as $101,420 trading volume, but nothing at Yobit.

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March 23, 2018, 02:38:48 PM
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Receiving them on an exchange isn't enough to add them here. I need to be able to deposit to add them to my list. Bitcoin Atom has $6,122 trading volume (24h), so I don't think it can be deposited.
SmartCash as $101,420 trading volume, but nothing at Yobit.

Can't you just use the private keys and claim them? I see both of them have working wallets.

I may be missing something, but what do you mean by "to be able to deposit to add them to my list" and how is this impacted by the trading volumes?

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March 23, 2018, 02:54:17 PM
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Can't you just use the private keys and claim them? I see both of them have working wallets.
I also need a reliable exchange to deposit them to.

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I may be missing something, but what do you mean by "to be able to deposit to add them to my list" and how is this impacted by the trading volumes?
Usually the trading volume is quite low when exchanges don't accept deposits. If it can't be withdrawn, it's like they're only trading their own "local coin".

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April 04, 2018, 02:26:49 PM
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I don't know how so many people missed BitcoinX (BCX). You should definitely add it to the list: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/bitcoinx/. The ratio is 10 000:1, which makes the price an effective $135 per Bitcoin owned right now. The people who managed to *redeem* and sell this early on managed to score $350-400 per Bitcoin. It was also rather trivial to do if you have a place to sync their Core fork.
Unfortunately, I don't have enough VM-space to sync their blockchain, so I can't test it.
As a temporary, one time work around: You could collect keys that need to be used. Import all of them. Sync a pruned BitcoinX node. Obviously, this is very inefficient but in certain cases it will work out (e.g. if you only want to dump your own BitcoinX).

Well, I made some space to sync a BitcoinX wallet. And the result was disappointing: most exchanges have the deposit of BCX "Suspended", I've found only one place I can sell - aex - but the price is unreasonably low there.
Maybe this'll help anybody waste time and space Smiley



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April 15, 2018, 07:50:45 PM
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Even though all forks keep dropping continuously (don't believe the prices in the OP anymore!), a bump Smiley

Hi just thought I should bring these to your attention.


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https://btcprivate.org

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/bitcoin-private/




Bitcoin GOD :


https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/bitcoin-god/

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April 21, 2018, 05:59:46 AM
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@allahabadi: have you tried depositing those Forkcoins?

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April 21, 2018, 06:46:25 AM
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@allahabadi: have you tried depositing those Forkcoins?
I have been trying to get rid off my shit-forks for a long time now and  even though most of the coins are listed on a few exchanges but there is no way we can dump those coins as the exchanges aren't accepting deposits. [Bitcoin God isn't accepted either]

@LoyceV- I didn't bother reading the thread but I'll certainly need your help to get rid off my shit-coin forks.I don't have the patience to do all wallet install procedures myself so I'll ask you to do it for me of course for a commission.


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April 21, 2018, 07:09:25 AM
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@LoyceV- I didn't bother reading the thread but I'll certainly need your help to get rid off my shit-coin forks.I don't have the patience to do all wallet install procedures myself so I'll ask you to do it for me of course for a commission.
I can, if they're not SegWit. But keep in mind the prices in the OP are long gone, it's much, much lower now.

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Has anybody claimed Bitcoin Diamond?
Am I right in saying Binance are offering 0.002556 per Bitcoin Diamond? You get 10 BCD per Bitcoin so if person X had 50 bitcoin's at the time of the fork that’d equate to 500 BCD which would be 1.278 bitcoin’s on Binance’s platform?
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June 06, 2018, 10:20:10 AM
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Has anybody claimed Bitcoin Diamond?
Am I right in saying Binance are offering 0.002556 per Bitcoin Diamond?
I think Binance doesn't accept deposits, so they're living their own bubble. 0.00037 Bitcoin per BCD at Gate.io is a more realistic value.

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August 29, 2018, 04:15:05 PM
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I just noticed Bitpie has delisted all shitforks from their in wallet exchange.

Do you have other avenues for disposing of what was listed on there like Bitcoinpay and a few others?

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Do you have other avenues for disposing of what was listed on there like Bitcoinpay and a few others?
I've been regretting not selling all of my Forkcoins for quite a while now, but unfortunately I don't know other routes to sell those crap coins.

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Even though all forks keep dropping almost continuously (don't believe the prices in the OP anymore!), a bump Smiley

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