If most exchanges keep coins in a separate address for each user, then they will control the vast majority of clams. Most users probably keep all their coins in one address if they run a wallet on their computer.
Although you are partially correct, most users do not quite understand how the standard wallet functions.
CLAMS were sent to unique addresses with unspent OUTPUTS.
Most even marginally active personal wallets, which haven't sent their entire balance (combining outputs) should have multiple unspent outputs in multiple addresses.
Indeed, as a common measure of security and privacy, it is ALWAYS recommended that users use a different receive address for each payment they receive.
In addition, a commonly unknown fact is that the client automatically creates 100 "change" addresses, in the background. Each and every time you send a coin from one place to the next, all outputs utilized must be allocated entirely. This means that your payment goes to the receiving address, and the rest of those ouputs arrives in what are called "change" addresses.
A long-winded explanation to a commonly misunderstood concept; our apologies.
BTC wallet with coin?
BTC wallet which HAD coins roughly a handful of days ago when we did our data scrape of the block chains. You could quite safely send those coins wherever you please at this point, and it would not affect your current balance of CLAMS on the clam network.
How can I get my CLAMS?plz post detail.
Happy to help if you have a specific issue. Detailed instructions can be found above, under "Wallet Transfer Guides:"