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January 16, 2019, 06:11:56 PM
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so I ended up taking the transaction ID from the Electrum wallet and I put it into a blockexplorer. It returned to me all the inputs, which in turn gave me the addresses that actually had BCH on them. I've put my private keys onto Coinimi and I have my coins now.

Thanks a lot for the help Lucius and bitmover!



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Just FYI there is much more forked coins (mostly without any value but some of them can be actualy sold) ...  I used findmycoins.ninja to help me locate which addy has any.

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January 18, 2019, 01:36:16 AM
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so I ended up taking the transaction ID from the Electrum wallet and I put it into a blockexplorer. It returned to me all the inputs, which in turn gave me the addresses that actually had BCH on them. I've put my private keys onto Coinimi and I have my coins now.

Thanks a lot for the help Lucius and bitmover!

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Good for you.
Just FYI there is much more forked coins (mostly without any value but some of them can be actualy sold) ...  I used findmycoins.ninja to help me locate which addy has any.

That is a useful tool, although it looks kind of sketchy and unsecure . Ive already claimed a bunch of coins, my only problem is some of forked coins are so obscure there's like one exchange that accepts them and getting a wallet for some of them is sometimes impossible.
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January 18, 2019, 05:41:30 AM
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It seems like the BCH you have has disappeared because it has been replaced with a new coin that you got from the fork.
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January 18, 2019, 08:54:19 AM
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so I ended up taking the transaction ID from the Electrum wallet and I put it into a blockexplorer. It returned to me all the inputs, which in turn gave me the addresses that actually had BCH on them. I've put my private keys onto Coinimi and I have my coins now.

Thanks a lot for the help Lucius and bitmover!

Yea



Good for you.
Just FYI there is much more forked coins (mostly without any value but some of them can be actualy sold) ...  I used findmycoins.ninja to help me locate which addy has any.

That is a useful tool, although it looks kind of sketchy and unsecure . Ive already claimed a bunch of coins, my only problem is some of forked coins are so obscure there's like one exchange that accepts them and getting a wallet for some of them is sometimes impossible.

There's no need to be extra secure as it only helps you locate where the coins are (but won't let you claim ...you have to find your own way how to get them).
And yea, some forks (most of them) are plain crap. Not listed on any exchange or not supported by any well known multicurrency wallet. ... such forks I didn't bother to claim at all. (I made a list where these coins are and will possibly get them later).
I just claimed only coins supported by coinomi and bither/bitpie wallets.

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