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March 18, 2018, 05:37:51 PM
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Hey guys, so Yesterday late at night, I wanted to deposit some money in luckydice, so  I went to grab up the ETH deposit address from the website, I accidentally grabbed the ETH classic address and transfered some ETH from my ETH wallet into their ETH CLASSIC wallet.


I only realized that after some time when I saw the transaction confirmed and no money in my account.

Anyone here has any experience in this? and how can I retrieve me money back ? now I see the address of ETH classic on ethscan and it looks like an active working address ! theres around 15k$ in that address...


Is there any way I can reclaim my eth ? or reroute them into the correct eth address?

Would appreciate a solid response that allows me to solve this problem and not just post boosts on my thread.

Thanks in advance.

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March 18, 2018, 06:01:05 PM
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If you had access to the private key, you wouldn't have any problem with recovering your ETH. You would have to switch the node on MyEtherWallet and then enter your private key. Since you used third party service you should contact their support and describe your issue in detail. They shouldn't have any problem with recovering your money, but they might charge you an extra fee. Don't worry, it isn't as difficult as recovering BCH sent to BTC address starting with 3 (SegWit).

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March 18, 2018, 06:17:15 PM
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Hey man Thank you for your support and information, I have already sent a PM to @luckygames, waiting for his reply.

Now I sent the payment from metamask through my ether wallet, you mean I need the private key of the receivng wallet right?

So obviously luckygames will get the funds from his ETH classic private key , just a confirmation on this information will definitely make me feel better.


Thanks again for your reply and assistance buddy.

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March 18, 2018, 06:34:11 PM
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Now I sent the payment from metamask through my ether wallet, you mean I need the private key of the receivng wallet right?

Yes. Without the access to the private key corresponding to the address which contains your coins, you won't be able to retrieve them.



So obviously luckygames will get the funds from his ETH classic private key , just a confirmation on this information will definitely make me feel better.

Yes. They can use the private key from the ETC address to access the ETH from the corresponding address.

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March 20, 2018, 05:38:28 PM
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No, there is nothing you can do unfortunately, you have to check your transactions very carefully and I think that is one of the major problems with cryptos nowadays, particularly bitcoin and ether.
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March 21, 2018, 03:57:13 AM
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No, there is nothing you can do unfortunately, you have to check your transactions very carefully and I think that is one of the major problems with cryptos nowadays, particularly bitcoin and ether.

What a Silly and a Misleading comment with only 1 purpose of spam !

If you even read the posts before you, you would refrain yourself from posting this message because they already explained above that there IS SOMETHING you can do..

And as a matter of fact, I received my ETH back yesterday.

DO NOT MISLEAD people with your silly comments please if you don't know , keep your mouth shut man

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