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July 30, 2017, 11:16:49 PM
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they did posted info about that here: https://blog.blockchain.com/2017/07/30/bitcoin-cash-bcc-hard-fork-means-blockchain-wallet-users/


So what your opinions? should i leave btc inside or move to local wallet??


Thanks for posting that linked article. 

I have been quite anxious about the whole situation, and so, even though blockchain.info is not going to provide a chain splitter - there is going to be an ability to export to any wallet that has a chain splitter in order to get bitcoin cash - in the event that bitcoin cash has any future value. 

Surely, this decision by blockchain.info does not facilitate any kind of immediate actions with regard to coins stored on its system, because we also have the issue that transactions might be locked for a short period of time, but there also may be some reluctance of various bitcoin holders to move any coins until some of the dust might settle, while at the same time, blockchain.info is also not disabling such features that are likely held with the individual private keys, rather than with blockchain, anyhow.

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July 31, 2017, 07:14:01 AM
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so how is done? i download a wallter of bbc and import there my wallet of btc qt? and then i have both?
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July 31, 2017, 07:42:28 AM
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so how is done? i download a wallter of bbc and import there my wallet of btc qt? and then i have both?

I have not personally done this, but they do provide instructions:

https://support.blockchain.com/hc/en-us/articles/209564506

Also, my understanding is that once you create a wallet backup, then you can put that wallet backup on any hardware device, including a trezor or a ledger, which are supposed to have coin splitting capabilities. 

I ordered a ledger nano s (and they seem to be backordered in many places), and I am thinking that device might work for me to split my coins, perhaps at a later date, when my ledger nano s arrives? perhaps?

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July 31, 2017, 01:09:08 PM
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so how is done? i download a wallter of bbc and import there my wallet of btc qt? and then i have both?
I'm not sure any of it relates to the blockchain.info wallet.If you have an address generated on blockchain.info,you can get your private keys from the addresses settings and import them to any other wallet providing bitcoin cash.Better yet,just send the bitcoins from your base wallet to whatever wallet that provides bcc support.

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July 31, 2017, 08:01:15 PM
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so how is done? i download a wallter of bbc and import there my wallet of btc qt? and then i have both?
I'm not sure any of it relates to the blockchain.info wallet.If you have an address generated on blockchain.info,you can get your private keys from the addresses settings and import them to any other wallet providing bitcoin cash.Better yet,just send the bitcoins from your base wallet to whatever wallet that provides bcc support.

you mean there are wallet that support both?
I just want to sell the bitcoin cash soon after i get them

does anyone knows an exchange to sell tonight ?

EDIT: ok i found some already will support the sale Smiley
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August 02, 2017, 09:03:46 AM
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Hello. What is your position regarding bitcoins cash at the moment? Will you charge bitcoin cash? How can I get bitcoin cash using your service?

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August 02, 2017, 04:11:06 PM
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didnt receive sms from blockchain for last hour, anyone has this problems?
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August 02, 2017, 04:37:01 PM
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Hello. What is your position regarding bitcoins cash at the moment? Will you charge bitcoin cash? How can I get bitcoin cash using your service?

I imported my private keys into the Electron Cash wallet and now have my BCC. Blockchain.info is not going to provide this service to their users, you have to do it manually!  

Just follow this guide and stop at the section where import happens and import it into the electron cash wallet instead of OMNI:

https://github.com/OmniLayer/omniwallet/wiki/Exporting-Private-Key-from-Blockchain.info-and-Importing-to-Omniwallet.org
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August 07, 2017, 05:17:34 PM
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Hi,

random question: A friend has been receiving $50 bitcoin payments every now and then a few times. In his blockchain wallet it shows the balance correctly, though when i we went to the address which has always remained the same for payments - as he copy and paste the same one rather than go into the app to get a new one - it shows the balance as a third of what the full amount in the wallet shows.

After looking on the block explorer i can see that some of the payments have moved to a different address after being received. So now i am concerned, because the only way to do that would be if you have the private key and secondly why does it automatically move my coins around. he just had to pay to move them all back into the same address which showed up as "transfer" rather than sent or receive. Very confused about why its like this?

Any guidance would be appreciated.

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August 07, 2017, 09:06:26 PM
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Hi,

random question: A friend has been receiving $50 bitcoin payments every now and then a few times. In his blockchain wallet it shows the balance correctly, though when i we went to the address which has always remained the same for payments - as he copy and paste the same one rather than go into the app to get a new one - it shows the balance as a third of what the full amount in the wallet shows.

After looking on the block explorer i can see that some of the payments have moved to a different address after being received. So now i am concerned, because the only way to do that would be if you have the private key and secondly why does it automatically move my coins around. he just had to pay to move them all back into the same address which showed up as "transfer" rather than sent or receive. Very confused about why its like this?

Any guidance would be appreciated.

I am far from an expert, but I think that there is some aspect that I can attempt to clarify.

If the coins were moved around and to different addresses and to different wallets (the wallet is more important than the address because the wallet has the private keys to all of the addresses that fall under the wallet).  Anyhow, if he moved the bitcoins to various different addresses within the same wallet, then everything should be good; however, it sounds as if he may have moved the bitcoins to addresses that are controlled by different wallets.

From my understanding it doesn't matter how you are moving the bitcoins around either before or after August 1 (the time of the hardfork) as it matters where the Bitcoins were at the exact time of the hardfork.  therefore, at the exact time of the hardfork, the BCH will be affiliated with whereever the coins were at that specific time, and whether you can access the BCH or not will depend upon whether the Bitcoins were (at the exact time of the hardfork) in a location that either you had access to the private keys or some third party service that is agreeable to distributing the BCH at the time that that third party (if there is a third party) held the private keys to the at-issue Bitcoins.

To me it seems a bit unclear about whether you have provided enough information to indicate whether your "friend" had access to the private keys at the exact time of the hardfork, and to describe the difference between the addresses in which they were stored at the exact time of the hardfork, whether with a different wallet or the same wallet?

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August 07, 2017, 09:19:06 PM
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Hi,

random question: A friend has been receiving $50 bitcoin payments every now and then a few times. In his blockchain wallet it shows the balance correctly, though when i we went to the address which has always remained the same for payments - as he copy and paste the same one rather than go into the app to get a new one - it shows the balance as a third of what the full amount in the wallet shows.

After looking on the block explorer i can see that some of the payments have moved to a different address after being received. So now i am concerned, because the only way to do that would be if you have the private key and secondly why does it automatically move my coins around. he just had to pay to move them all back into the same address which showed up as "transfer" rather than sent or receive. Very confused about why its like this?

Any guidance would be appreciated.

I am far from an expert, but I think that there is some aspect that I can attempt to clarify.

If the coins were moved around and to different addresses and to different wallets (the wallet is more important than the address because the wallet has the private keys to all of the addresses that fall under the wallet).  Anyhow, if he moved the bitcoins to various different addresses within the same wallet, then everything should be good; however, it sounds as if he may have moved the bitcoins to addresses that are controlled by different wallets.

From my understanding it doesn't matter how you are moving the bitcoins around either before or after August 1 (the time of the hardfork) as it matters where the Bitcoins were at the exact time of the hardfork.  therefore, at the exact time of the hardfork, the BCH will be affiliated with whereever the coins were at that specific time, and whether you can access the BCH or not will depend upon whether the Bitcoins were (at the exact time of the hardfork) in a location that either you had access to the private keys or some third party service that is agreeable to distributing the BCH at the time that that third party (if there is a third party) held the private keys to the at-issue Bitcoins.

To me it seems a bit unclear about whether you have provided enough information to indicate whether your "friend" had access to the private keys at the exact time of the hardfork, and to describe the difference between the addresses in which they were stored at the exact time of the hardfork, whether with a different wallet or the same wallet?

Thank you for your help. I understand what you mean, with having various addresses within the same wallet. That is usually the case, though allow me to clarify:

- I am not here for Bitcoin Cash, that is a topic that i understand and can process.

- I am wondering why despite my friend being sent multiple amounts at various times to the same exact wallet address, they were moved around within the same wallet? I mean, if i send to one bitcoin address multiple times, they should all go to that address and not autoforward within the wallet to other addresses, right? or is that how the blockchain wallet works?

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August 08, 2017, 09:40:23 AM
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Hello. Maybe you have plans for the future will support BitcoinCash (BCH)?
How to get BitcoinCash (BCH) on other services? Can I use the recovery seed (RS)? Before the fork was activated on August 1, I did not use the RS BIP39.
After fork I did not make transactions with my Bitcoins (BTC). If I now create a RS BIP39, will the recovery seed be relevant for getting BitcoinCash (BCH) on other services?

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August 08, 2017, 10:17:55 AM
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Hello. Maybe you have plans for the future will support BitcoinCash (BCH)?
How to get BitcoinCash (BCH) on other services? Can I use the recovery seed (RS)? Before the fork was activated on August 1, I did not use the RS BIP39.
After fork I did not make transactions with my Bitcoins (BTC). If I now create a RS BIP39, will the recovery seed be relevant for getting BitcoinCash (BCH) on other services?

What do you mean by creating the BIP39 seed 'now'? It's not possible to do that, the seed will be given to you when you first make the wallet. If you had funds on that wallet before the fork, then you could use the passphrase given to you to recover your BCH using Coinomi android wallet, you can follow detailed explanation here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2062488

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August 08, 2017, 11:52:14 PM
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Hello. Maybe you have plans for the future will support BitcoinCash (BCH)?
How to get BitcoinCash (BCH) on other services? Can I use the recovery seed (RS)? Before the fork was activated on August 1, I did not use the RS BIP39.
After fork I did not make transactions with my Bitcoins (BTC). If I now create a RS BIP39, will the recovery seed be relevant for getting BitcoinCash (BCH) on other services?

What do you mean by creating the BIP39 seed 'now'? It's not possible to do that, the seed will be given to you when you first make the wallet. If you had funds on that wallet before the fork, then you could use the passphrase given to you to recover your BCH using Coinomi android wallet, you can follow detailed explanation here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2062488

I believe what Taya Afi means is that you can go to the blockchain.info wallet and generate a backup seed.  I have that option when I am logged into my blockchain.info wallet, and likely I have that option because I have never generated such a back-up seed.  Maybe it only allows you to do it if you have not done, and maybe it only allows you to do it once?  I don't claim to be any kind of expert, and maybe exemplified from the fact that I have never generated my back up seed from blockchain.info, even though I have had the same blockchain.info wallet since early 2014.

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August 09, 2017, 09:22:52 AM
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Hello. Maybe you have plans for the future will support BitcoinCash (BCH)?
How to get BitcoinCash (BCH) on other services? Can I use the recovery seed (RS)? Before the fork was activated on August 1, I did not use the RS BIP39.
After fork I did not make transactions with my Bitcoins (BTC). If I now create a RS BIP39, will the recovery seed be relevant for getting BitcoinCash (BCH) on other services?

What do you mean by creating the BIP39 seed 'now'? It's not possible to do that, the seed will be given to you when you first make the wallet. If you had funds on that wallet before the fork, then you could use the passphrase given to you to recover your BCH using Coinomi android wallet, you can follow detailed explanation here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2062488

I believe what Taya Afi means is that you can go to the blockchain.info wallet and generate a backup seed.  I have that option when I am logged into my blockchain.info wallet, and likely I have that option because I have never generated such a back-up seed.  Maybe it only allows you to do it if you have not done, and maybe it only allows you to do it once?  I don't claim to be any kind of expert, and maybe exemplified from the fact that I have never generated my back up seed from blockchain.info, even though I have had the same blockchain.info wallet since early 2014.


Hello. thanks for the answer. Did you get BitcoinCash (BCH)? If so, please write how?

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August 09, 2017, 09:55:59 AM
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Hello. Maybe you have plans for the future will support BitcoinCash (BCH)?
How to get BitcoinCash (BCH) on other services? Can I use the recovery seed (RS)? Before the fork was activated on August 1, I did not use the RS BIP39.
After fork I did not make transactions with my Bitcoins (BTC). If I now create a RS BIP39, will the recovery seed be relevant for getting BitcoinCash (BCH) on other services?

What do you mean by creating the BIP39 seed 'now'? It's not possible to do that, the seed will be given to you when you first make the wallet. If you had funds on that wallet before the fork, then you could use the passphrase given to you to recover your BCH using Coinomi android wallet, you can follow detailed explanation here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2062488

I believe what Taya Afi means is that you can go to the blockchain.info wallet and generate a backup seed.  I have that option when I am logged into my blockchain.info wallet, and likely I have that option because I have never generated such a back-up seed.  Maybe it only allows you to do it if you have not done, and maybe it only allows you to do it once?  I don't claim to be any kind of expert, and maybe exemplified from the fact that I have never generated my back up seed from blockchain.info, even though I have had the same blockchain.info wallet since early 2014.


Hello. thanks for the answer. Did you get BitcoinCash (BCH)? If so, please write how?



I am not very technologically sophisticated.  Accordingly, I have been thinking to wait for the arrival of the ledger nano s that I ordered.  I had a few issues because of back orders and such and confusion in supplies, and I had to order it again. I am expecting to get it next week, and I am thinking that it should be o.k. (no rush) to just wait for the ledger nano s to arrive and then attempt to use their splitting function.  Apparently, the trezor has a splitting function that is supposed to work pretty well, too.  So those seem fairly trustworthy and less technical means to accomplish getting the BCH into a separate wallet without compromising keys, perhaps?





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August 09, 2017, 03:12:13 PM
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Hello. Maybe you have plans for the future will support BitcoinCash (BCH)?
How to get BitcoinCash (BCH) on other services? Can I use the recovery seed (RS)? Before the fork was activated on August 1, I did not use the RS BIP39.
After fork I did not make transactions with my Bitcoins (BTC). If I now create a RS BIP39, will the recovery seed be relevant for getting BitcoinCash (BCH) on other services?

What do you mean by creating the BIP39 seed 'now'? It's not possible to do that, the seed will be given to you when you first make the wallet. If you had funds on that wallet before the fork, then you could use the passphrase given to you to recover your BCH using Coinomi android wallet, you can follow detailed explanation here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2062488

I believe what Taya Afi means is that you can go to the blockchain.info wallet and generate a backup seed.  I have that option when I am logged into my blockchain.info wallet, and likely I have that option because I have never generated such a back-up seed.  Maybe it only allows you to do it if you have not done, and maybe it only allows you to do it once?  I don't claim to be any kind of expert, and maybe exemplified from the fact that I have never generated my back up seed from blockchain.info, even though I have had the same blockchain.info wallet since early 2014.


Hello. thanks for the answer. Did you get BitcoinCash (BCH)? If so, please write how?



I am not very technologically sophisticated.  Accordingly, I have been thinking to wait for the arrival of the ledger nano s that I ordered.  I had a few issues because of back orders and such and confusion in supplies, and I had to order it again. I am expecting to get it next week, and I am thinking that it should be o.k. (no rush) to just wait for the ledger nano s to arrive and then attempt to use their splitting function.  Apparently, the trezor has a splitting function that is supposed to work pretty well, too.  So those seem fairly trustworthy and less technical means to accomplish getting the BCH into a separate wallet without compromising keys, perhaps?








OK. If at you it will turn out, inform, please.

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November 28, 2017, 07:31:53 PM
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About the EXCHANGE feature... Why can't I exchange ALL of my BTC for ETH? Why there is a "maximum" limit to exchange?
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