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WARNING:
Some of those operation can put your private keys at risks.
It's better if you do them on a secure computer, that you are sure that there aren't any virus/trojan.
If you aren't sure about this, you should prepare a better machine where doing all of those things.

FIRST STEP THAT YOU MUST DO BEFORE DOING ANY OF THOSE THINGS
You have to transfer your Bitcoin on a new wallet, again a new wallet not on a new address of the same wallet.
This must be done because you are going to extract your private keys, and so putting them at risks.
So, by moving your bitcoin "before" exposing your private kets, the risks is less, maybe you are only going to lose Bitcoin Cash. (if there some virus/trojan on your computer)


1) Install Coinomi on your phone (it must be v1.7.2.3 or upper)
2) Add a Bitcoin Cash wallet on it
3) Go to balance, and click the upper right 3 dots.
4) Select "Sweep wallet"
5) Be ready to do it with qrcodes


- Multibit HD (you have to abandon this wallet, because it isn't anymore developed!)
1) Download and execute this: https://github.com/iancoleman/bip39/blob/master/bip39-standalone.html (Right click and Save as...)
2) On "Derivation Path" choose "BIP32"
3) On "Client" choose "Multibit HD"
4) On "BIP39 Mnemonic" space you have to insert the seed of your wallet, the 12 words.
5) You will get the list of your addresses and their private keys.
6) By going with the cursor on a private key, the page will show the qrcode. Sweep it with Coinomi

- Blockchain.info
1) Download and execute this: https://github.com/iancoleman/bip39/blob/master/bip39-standalone.html (Right click and Save as...)
2) On "BIP39 Mnemonic" space you have to insert the seed of your wallet, the 12 words.
3) You will get the list of your addresses and their private keys.
4) By going with the cursor on a private key, the page will show the qrcode. Sweep it with Coinomi

- Multibit Classic (you have to abandon this wallet, because it isn't anymore developed!)
1) Download this https://github.com/prof7bit/wallet-key-tool/releases/tag/v1.4.2 (you need Java installed)
2) Make a backup of your wallet by from Multibit Classic backup function (try with or without password)
3) Run wallet-key-tool, click on "load" and on "files of type" try both Multibit selection to open the backup file that you generated before.
4) You should have now the private keys.
5) You can try to use this tool on Windows to make a qrcode from the text private keys: https://sourceforge.net/projects/zint/
5) Sweep them with Coinomi

- Mycelium
1) Download and execute this: https://github.com/iancoleman/bip39/blob/master/bip39-standalone.html (Right click and Save as...)
2) On "BIP39 Mnemonic" space you have to insert the seed of your wallet, the 12 words.
3) You will get the list of your addresses and their private keys.
4) By going with the cursor on a private key, the page will show the qrcode. Sweep it with Coinomi

- Breadwallet
1) Download and execute this: https://github.com/iancoleman/bip39/blob/master/bip39-standalone.html (Right click and Save as...)
2) In "Derivation Path" choose "BIP32"
3) On "Client" choose "Multibit HD"
4) On "BIP39 Mnemonic" space you have to insert the seed of your wallet, the 12 words.
5) You will get the list of your addresses and their private keys.
6) By going with the cursor on a private key, the page will show the qrcode. Sweep it with Coinomi

- Bitcoin Core (or Bitcoin-qt, Classic, XT, Unlimited ecc ...)
1) Download this https://github.com/prof7bit/wallet-key-tool/releases/tag/v1.4.2 (you need Java installed)
2) Run wallet-key-tool, click on "load" and on "files of type" choose Bitcoin-Core wallet.dat
3) Open the wallet.dat that you have on your Bitcoin Core data folder.
4) It will probably ask your wallet password.
5) You will get the list of your addresses and their private keys.
6) Sweep them with Coinomi

- Bitcoin Core 2 (or Bitcoin-qt, Classic, XT, Unlimited ecc ...)
1) Click on "help" menu, then "debug window", then the "console" tab
2) Write here: walletpassphrase [your wallet password] 600 (600 it is the time while the wallet will remain unlocked)
3) Write: dumpprivkey [address where you have bitcoin]
4) it will show your the private key
5) Sweep it with Coinomi
6) Write on the console: walletlock (it will lock again your wallet)

- Greenaddress / Greenbits / Altana
It isn't possible to get Bitcoin Cash from this wallet. You have to ask them to support it.

- Exodus
http://support.exodus.io/knowledge_base/topics/how-do-i-claim-bitcoin-cash

- Exodus 2
1) Follow those instruction to get the private keys: http://support.exodus.io/knowledge_base/topics/how-can-i-view-my-private-keys-1
2) You can try to use this tool on Windows to make a qrcode from the text private keys: https://sourceforge.net/projects/zint/
3) Sweep them with Coinomi

- Copay/Bitpay
1) Download and execute this: https://github.com/iancoleman/bip39/blob/master/bip39-standalone.html (Right click and Save as...)
2) On "BIP39 Mnemonic" space you have to insert the seed of your wallet, the 12 words.
3) You will get the list of your addresses and their private keys.
4) Sweep them with Coinomi

- bitaddress.org / Paper wallet
1) Sweep them with Coinomi

- Jaxx
1) Download and execute this: https://github.com/iancoleman/bip39/blob/master/bip39-standalone.html (Right click and Save as...)
2) On "BIP39 Mnemonic" space you have to insert the seed of your wallet, the 12 words.
3) You will get the list of your addresses and their private keys.
4) Sweep them with Coinomi
They said that they want to add support to Bitcoin Cash, so maybe you can also just wait.

- Electrum
1) Open the menu "View" and click on "Show Addresses"
2) Then open the new tab "Addresses"
3) Ritgh click on the addresses that had Bitcoin before the fork, then click "Private key".
4) Click on the qrcode icon to show it.
5) Sweep them with Coinomi

- Airbitz
1) Open Airbitz and on the left menu choose Wallets
2) Click on the wallet that you want to expert (if you have more then one)
3) After you have selected it, click on the 3 dots on the upper right and choose "export"
4) The choose "Wallet Private Seed (advanced)"
5) Insert your password and then choose the way to get the seed, it will be a long alphanumeric string.
6) Download and unzip this: https://github.com/Airbitz/airbitz-wallet-recovery/archive/master.zip
7) Go in the subfolder "src" and open "index.html"
8 ) Write your seed on "Wallet master seed" and click "load seed".
9) You will find your bitcoin addresses that you have on Airbits, click on"show key", and the qrcode icon.
10) Sweep them with Coinomi

Their solution: https://medium.com/airbitz/how-do-i-get-my-bitcoin-cash-from-airbitz-e97982e3fc4c?source=linkShare-34de885e70b5-1501813257

- Counterparty / IndieSquare wallet
1) Go on https://wallet.counterwallet.io
2) Write your seed and login.
3) On your addresses, where you have bitcoin, click on the blue button [Address actions] on the right
4) Click then on "Show private keys"
5) You can try to use this tool on Windows to make a qrcode from the text private keys: https://sourceforge.net/projects/zint/
6) Sweep them with Coinomi

- Omniwallet
1) Connect on https://www.omniwallet.org and login
2) Go then on https://www.omniwallet.org/wallet/overview
3) Click on "Wallet options" -> "Backup"
4) Insert your password and then download the file with extension .json
5) Open it with a text editor. You will find the private keys next to "privkey"
5) You can try to use this tool on Windows to make a qrcode from the text private keys: https://sourceforge.net/projects/zint/
6) Sweep them with Coinomi

- Ledger Nano S
1) Upgrade the chrome extension Ledger Manager to 1.0.3 or upper
2) Upgrade the chrome extension Ledger Wallet Bitcoin to 1.8.4 or upper
3) From the ledger Bitcoin wallet you can use the same seed by clicking on [Main], or by creating a new dedicated seed for Bitcoin Cash by clicking on [Split]

- Trezor
https://trezor.io/claim-bch


- Bitcoin Wallet (Android)
1) Download OpenSSL for your operation system
2) You have to make the make the backup of your wallet (on the android app), by choosing a password and then by moving the backup file on your computer.
3) Then put the backup file in the same folder where there is the executable of OpenSSL
4) Start the command line from the folder and execute this: openssl enc -d -aes-256-cbc -a -in backup_file > result.txt
5) Open result.txt. You will find much incomprehensible text, but at the beginning, there will be a list of 12 words. Save them somewhere. It is the seed.
6) Download and execute this: https://github.com/iancoleman/bip39/blob/master/bip39-standalone.html (Right click and Save as...)
7) On "BIP39 Mnemonic" space you have to insert the seed of your wallet, the 12 words.
8 ) In "Derivation Path" choose "BIP32"
9) On "Client" choose "Multibit HD"
10) You will get the list of your addresses and their private keys.
11) Sweep them with Coinomi

- Simple Bitcoin Wallet
1) Download and execute this: https://github.com/iancoleman/bip39/blob/master/bip39-standalone.html (Right click and Save as...)
2) On "Derivation Path" choose "BIP32"
3) On "Client" choose "Multibit HD"
4) On "BIP39 Mnemonic" space you have to insert the seed of your wallet, the 12 words.
5) You will get the list of your addresses and their private keys.
6) By going with the cursor on a private key, the page will show the qrcode. Sweep it with Coinomi

tanks to  HOSTFAT
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BitCoin / NEW FORK THE BITGOLD and SEGWIT2X
« Last post by Moderator Admin HG on October 14, 2017, 08:43:12 AM »
This is an updated version of A Bitcoin Beginner's Guide to Surviving a Coin-Split specifically addressing issues associated with the upcoming Bitcoin Gold and SegWit2x forks.

It looks as if Bitcoin will experience at least two more “coin-splits” soon, which (more accurately) will result in the creation of new coins. On October 25, Bitcoin Gold (Bgold) will split off from Bitcoin to create an ASIC-resistant cryptocurrency. A few weeks later, a significant group of Bitcoin companies wants to hard fork according to the SegWit2x plan as defined in the “New York Agreement” (NYA), which will probably result in yet another new coin.

If this all plays out, there could be three distinct blockchains and three types of tokens within about a month of publication of this article. One blockchain would follow the current Bitcoin protocol; for the purpose of this article, that token will be referred to as “BTC.” The second blockchain will follow the Bgold protocol; in this article, that token will be referred to as “BTG.” The third blockchain will follow the SegWit2x protocol; that token will be referred to as “B2X.”

The good news is that each BTC token will effectively be copied onto both the Bgold and the SegWit2x blockchains. If you hold Bitcoin private keys at the time of the forks, you should be able to access your BTG and B2X tokens as well.

The bad news is that such forks can be somewhat messy and risky. If you’re not careful, it’s easy to lose your BTC or B2X, and maybe your BTG.

This guide will provide you with the basics to keep your funds safe during the upcoming forks and help to ensure you make it to the end of next month with your BTC, BTG and B2X intact.

Author’s note: If you want to play the markets as soon as possible and you are fine with taking risks, and/or you really know what you are doing, this article is probably not for you. If you mostly just want to make sure not to lose any coins, read on …

Before the Forks (That’s Now)

First of all, be aware that coin-splits can be somewhat risky — especially controversial ones like the SegWit2x fork. While it seems unlikely for now, there is a chance some kind of cyber-battle will break out, perhaps even escalating to the point where all exchange rates drop sharply. If you want to make sure not to be caught in any crossfire, it’s best to not hold more value in bitcoin than you are willing to lose.

If you do decide to hold on to your bitcoin, make sure you are prepared before October 25, and preferably sooner. This is the day the BTG equivalent will be distributed to all BTC balances. B2X will follow a couple of weeks later, around mid-November (the exact date is not yet known).

If you are storing your bitcoins on an exchange, in a custodial service like Coinbase, Circle or Xapo, or on any other service that holds your private keys for you, you may or may not eventually receive BTC, BTG and B2X. This is not yet very clear yet, and if you want to keep storing your coins on such services, you should at least see if your exchange or custodial service of choice has published a blog post on the forks. If not, contact them to ask.

That said, if you want to be absolutely sure to be able to access your BTC, BTG and B2X, you should really control your private keys yourself. That way you don’t need to rely on any third party.

If you’re currently using a custodial service to store your bitcoins, you need to create your own wallet instead. Send or withdraw your bitcoins from the custodial service to this new wallet; this wallet then holds your private keys.

What kind of wallet you want to use is up to you. For this specific purpose it’s best to use a wallet that lets you easily access your private keys directly. (Some wallets make this easier for you than others.) But technically, any wallet that lets you control your private keys should be fine.

With that in mind, here are some basic solutions:

If you don’t care about transacting with BTC, BTG or B2X anytime soon, and really just want to keep all of them as long-term investments, a paper wallet is a good option. It should be noted, however, that this option is only really secure if you follow strict security precautions, which you can find here.

Regular wallets are about as secure as your computer (or phone). Since most computers and phones are not all that secure, these are not ideal for large amounts. With that in mind, all mobile and desktop wallets listed on bitcoin.org will store your private keys. Electrum is a good pick if you want easy access to your private keys directly.

A full-node wallet like Bitcoin Core or Bitcoin Knots is also a good pick, as it’s not too hard to access your private keys with these wallets either. As a bonus, these wallets give you a little extra security (shortly) after the SegWit2X fork, as you’ll see below. However, these types of wallets are more resource-intensive to use, compared to most other wallets.

Another option is to get a hardware wallet. Any of the hardware wallets listed on bitcoin.org will keep your private keys secure. However, these wallets typically don’t let you easily access your private keys directly. It’s not clear that all these wallets will let you access BTG in particular, and not all of them have given a guarantee for B2X either. So while these wallets will safely store your private keys, it could be a bit more tricky (but probably not impossible) to get ahold of all three coins later.

In any case: Be sure to make backups of your keys! Most wallets require you to do this when installing; don’t skip this step.

Shortly After the Bitcoin Gold Fork (and Before the SegWit2x Fork)

The Bitcoin Gold fork is sometimes referred to as a “friendly fork.” This is mainly because it has no intention of claiming to be the “real” Bitcoin, and it plans to implement strong replay protection.

In short, this replay protection means that you won’t accidentally send your BTG when you mean to send BTC (or the other way around). Your BTG will be accessible with your private keys if you insert them in a Bgold wallet anytime after October 25th. So even after you’ve spent your BTC, you can still access your BTG.

If you want to transact with your BTC before the SegWit2x fork, it could come in handy later to write down which of your Bitcoin addresses and/or private keys had BTG attributed to them — in other words, which of your Bitcoin addresses had any BTC on them at the time of the Bgold fork on October 25th.

But there’s no rush to actually access your BTG. In fact, it will probably take at least a week before this is even possible, and maybe longer. It’s therefore probably best to ignore this fork until after the SegWit2x fork. That way you’ll only need to go through the process of claiming all your new coins once.

After the SegWit2x Fork

Unfortunately, the SegWit2x fork could play out a bit more messily.

For one, it currently seems SegWit2x will fork without strong replay protection. This means that post-fork, BTC transactions and B2X transactions will look identical and could both be valid on both blockchains.

Therefore, spending coins on the BTC blockchain could make you accidentally spend the “equivalent” B2X on the SegWit2x blockchain, and the other way around. Instead of paying someone only BTC, you may unintentionally send B2X as well — or vice versa. The BTCs and B2Xs are initially “stuck together.”

The best way to prevent replay attacks is simple: Do not send any BTC or B2X transactions, at least not until it is clearer to everyone what the post-fork situation looks like.

Additionally, some light wallets will display whichever blockchain has more hash power attributed to it. This means that the balance on your screen could be a BTC balance or a B2X balance, and there will be no way to tell the difference. (Even if the wallet says it’s a BTC balance).

As such, to be on the safe side, you should probably not accept any payments with these kinds of wallets at all, since you could receive B2X when you’re expecting BTC, or the other way around. At the very least, you should make absolutely sure that your wallet displays what you think it displays. (Wallets like Electrum and GreenAddress should display BTC as BTC regardless of hashpower distribution.)

Alternatively, if you use a full-node wallet like Bitcoin Core or Bitcoin Knots and you want to accept BTC, that should still be fine. (Someone who didn’t read this article may accidentally send you the equivalent in B2X, though.)

Depending on how much hash power is dedicated to each chain, it is possible that transactions will confirm (significantly) slower than usual for some time and will require higher fees to confirm at all.

Claiming Your Coins

If all three chains survive, and you control your private keys, you should be able to access BTC, BTG and B2X tokens.

Claiming your BTG should be relatively easy, assuming there are wallets available for it. Most likely, you’d simply need to insert your private keys (or private key seed) into such a wallet.

However, there are some security and privacy risks in doing so. It’s too soon to tell exactly what these risks will look like as it’s unclear which wallets will support BTG. (It’s not even certain that any wallets will.) But in general, you’ll first want to move your BTC (and B2X) to new addresses or whole new wallets before accessing your BTG.

Since there’s no need to rush, it’s probably best just to wait on claiming your BTG until there is more clarity. By that time, Bitcoin Magazine will publish a follow-up article explaining how to do this.

Securely accessing and using your B2X (and BTC) might prove a bit more tricky, mostly because of the risk of replay attacks. This requires that the BTC and B2X are split from each other, which will be possible but could prove a bit complex.

Some wallets might split the coins for you, but it's too soon to know which wallets will. Additionally, exchanges will likely set up coin-splitting services and take care of most of this complexity behind the screens. You’d then just need to send your BTC or B2X to an exchange, and the exchange will credit your account with both BTC and B2X. (They should even replay the transaction for you to make sure they indeed receive both your coins and can split them for you.) There may also be other solutions to split your coins, but that remains to be seen.

At this point, there will probably also be dedicated wallets for both BTC and B2X. Of course, you may need to upgrade your existing wallet or download a new wallet. This also remains to be seen.

Further specifics on what to do after the forks will be announced on Bitcoin Magazine once the forks have occurred and we have a better understanding of the post-fork situation.

So, to Recap ...

1. It’s best to control your private keys yourself before October 25.

2. To be on the safe side, avoid any transactions shortly after the forks, especially after the SegWit2x fork.

3. As the dust settles after the SegWit2x fork, access and split your coins. (How to do this will be explained on Bitcoin Magazine once there is more clarity.)
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Compensated Programs / EBAYSHARES
« Last post by Admin on September 26, 2017, 08:39:53 PM »
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Compensated Programs / ELOBANK
« Last post by Admin on September 21, 2017, 09:08:56 PM »
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WARNING:
Some of those operation can put your private keys at risks.
It's better if you do them on a secure computer, that you are sure that there aren't any virus/trojan.
If you aren't sure about this, you should prepare a better machine where doing all of those things.

FIRST STEP THAT YOU MUST DO BEFORE DOING ANY OF THOSE THINGS
You have to transfer your Bitcoin on a new wallet, again a new wallet not on a new address of the same wallet.
This must be done because you are going to extract your private keys, and so putting them at risks.
So, by moving your bitcoin "before" exposing your private kets, the risks is less, maybe you are only going to lose Bitcoin Cash. (if there some virus/trojan on your computer)


1) Install Coinomi on your phone (it must be v1.7.2.3 or upper)
2) Add a Bitcoin Cash wallet on it
3) Go to balance, and click the upper right 3 dots.
4) Select "Sweep wallet"
5) Be ready to do it with qrcodes


- Multibit HD (you have to abandon this wallet, because it isn't anymore developed!)
1) Download and execute this: https://github.com/iancoleman/bip39/blob/master/bip39-standalone.html (Right click and Save as...)
2) On "Derivation Path" choose "BIP32"
3) On "Client" choose "Multibit HD"
4) On "BIP39 Mnemonic" space you have to insert the seed of your wallet, the 12 words.
5) You will get the list of your addresses and their private keys.
6) By going with the cursor on a private key, the page will show the qrcode. Sweep it with Coinomi

- Blockchain.info
1) Download and execute this: https://github.com/iancoleman/bip39/blob/master/bip39-standalone.html (Right click and Save as...)
2) On "BIP39 Mnemonic" space you have to insert the seed of your wallet, the 12 words.
3) You will get the list of your addresses and their private keys.
4) By going with the cursor on a private key, the page will show the qrcode. Sweep it with Coinomi

- Multibit Classic (you have to abandon this wallet, because it isn't anymore developed!)
1) Download this https://github.com/prof7bit/wallet-key-tool/releases/tag/v1.4.2 (you need Java installed)
2) Make a backup of your wallet by from Multibit Classic backup function (try with or without password)
3) Run wallet-key-tool, click on "load" and on "files of type" try both Multibit selection to open the backup file that you generated before.
4) You should have now the private keys.
5) You can try to use this tool on Windows to make a qrcode from the text private keys: https://sourceforge.net/projects/zint/
5) Sweep them with Coinomi

- Mycelium
1) Download and execute this: https://github.com/iancoleman/bip39/blob/master/bip39-standalone.html (Right click and Save as...)
2) On "BIP39 Mnemonic" space you have to insert the seed of your wallet, the 12 words.
3) You will get the list of your addresses and their private keys.
4) By going with the cursor on a private key, the page will show the qrcode. Sweep it with Coinomi

- Breadwallet
1) Download and execute this: https://github.com/iancoleman/bip39/blob/master/bip39-standalone.html (Right click and Save as...)
2) In "Derivation Path" choose "BIP32"
3) On "Client" choose "Multibit HD"
4) On "BIP39 Mnemonic" space you have to insert the seed of your wallet, the 12 words.
5) You will get the list of your addresses and their private keys.
6) By going with the cursor on a private key, the page will show the qrcode. Sweep it with Coinomi

- Bitcoin Core (or Bitcoin-qt, Classic, XT, Unlimited ecc ...)
1) Download this https://github.com/prof7bit/wallet-key-tool/releases/tag/v1.4.2 (you need Java installed)
2) Run wallet-key-tool, click on "load" and on "files of type" choose Bitcoin-Core wallet.dat
3) Open the wallet.dat that you have on your Bitcoin Core data folder.
4) It will probably ask your wallet password.
5) You will get the list of your addresses and their private keys.
6) Sweep them with Coinomi

- Bitcoin Core 2 (or Bitcoin-qt, Classic, XT, Unlimited ecc ...)
1) Click on "help" menu, then "debug window", then the "console" tab
2) Write here: walletpassphrase [your wallet password] 600 (600 it is the time while the wallet will remain unlocked)
3) Write: dumpprivkey [address where you have bitcoin]
4) it will show your the private key
5) Sweep it with Coinomi
6) Write on the console: walletlock (it will lock again your wallet)

- Greenaddress / Greenbits / Altana
It isn't possible to get Bitcoin Cash from this wallet. You have to ask them to support it.

- Exodus
http://support.exodus.io/knowledge_base/topics/how-do-i-claim-bitcoin-cash

- Exodus 2
1) Follow those instruction to get the private keys: http://support.exodus.io/knowledge_base/topics/how-can-i-view-my-private-keys-1
2) You can try to use this tool on Windows to make a qrcode from the text private keys: https://sourceforge.net/projects/zint/
3) Sweep them with Coinomi

- Copay/Bitpay
1) Download and execute this: https://github.com/iancoleman/bip39/blob/master/bip39-standalone.html (Right click and Save as...)
2) On "BIP39 Mnemonic" space you have to insert the seed of your wallet, the 12 words.
3) You will get the list of your addresses and their private keys.
4) Sweep them with Coinomi

- bitaddress.org / Paper wallet
1) Sweep them with Coinomi

- Jaxx
1) Download and execute this: https://github.com/iancoleman/bip39/blob/master/bip39-standalone.html (Right click and Save as...)
2) On "BIP39 Mnemonic" space you have to insert the seed of your wallet, the 12 words.
3) You will get the list of your addresses and their private keys.
4) Sweep them with Coinomi
They said that they want to add support to Bitcoin Cash, so maybe you can also just wait.

- Electrum
1) Open the menu "View" and click on "Show Addresses"
2) Then open the new tab "Addresses"
3) Ritgh click on the addresses that had Bitcoin before the fork, then click "Private key".
4) Click on the qrcode icon to show it.
4) Cliccare sull'icona del qrcode per mostrarlo
5) Sweep them with Coinomi

- Airbitz
1) Open Airbitz and on the left menu choose Wallets
2) Click on the wallet that you want to expert (if you have more then one)
3) After you have selected it, click on the 3 dots on the upper right and choose "export"
4) The choose "Wallet Private Seed (advanced)"
5) Insert your password and then choose the way to get the seed, it will be a long alphanumeric string.
6) Download and unzip this: https://github.com/Airbitz/airbitz-wallet-recovery/archive/master.zip
7) Go in the subfolder "src" and open "index.html"
8 ) Write your seed on "Wallet master seed" and click "load seed".
9) You will find your bitcoin addresses that you have on Airbits, click on"show key", and the qrcode icon.
10) Sweep them with Coinomi

Their solution: https://medium.com/airbitz/how-do-i-get-my-bitcoin-cash-from-airbitz-e97982e3fc4c?source=linkShare-34de885e70b5-1501813257

- Counterparty / IndieSquare wallet
1) Go on https://wallet.counterwallet.io
2) Write your seed and login.
3) On your addresses, where you have bitcoin, click on the blue button [Address actions] on the right
4) Click then on "Show private keys"
5) You can try to use this tool on Windows to make a qrcode from the text private keys: https://sourceforge.net/projects/zint/
6) Sweep them with Coinomi

- Omniwallet
1) Connect on https://www.omniwallet.org and login
2) Go then on https://www.omniwallet.org/wallet/overview
3) Click on "Wallet options" -> "Backup"
4) Insert your password and then download the file with extension .json
5) Open it with a text editor. You will find the private keys next to "privkey"
5) You can try to use this tool on Windows to make a qrcode from the text private keys: https://sourceforge.net/projects/zint/
6) Sweep them with Coinomi

- Ledger Nano S
1) Upgrade the chrome extension Ledger Manager to 1.0.3 or upper
2) Upgrade the chrome extension Ledger Wallet Bitcoin to 1.8.4 or upper
3) From the ledger Bitcoin wallet you can use the same seed by clicking on [Main], or by creating a new dedicated seed for Bitcoin Cash by clicking on [Split]

- Trezor
https://trezor.io/claim-bch


- Bitcoin Wallet (Android)
1) Download OpenSSL for your operation system
2) You have to make the make the backup of your wallet (on the android app), by choosing a password and then by moving the backup file on your computer.
3) Then put the backup file in the same folder where there is the executable of OpenSSL
4) Start the command line from the folder and execute this: openssl enc -d -aes-256-cbc -a -in backup_file > result.txt
5) Open result.txt. You will find much incomprehensible text, but at the beginning, there will be a list of 12 words. Save them somewhere. It is the seed.
6) Download and execute this: https://github.com/iancoleman/bip39/blob/master/bip39-standalone.html (Right click and Save as...)
7) On "BIP39 Mnemonic" space you have to insert the seed of your wallet, the 12 words.
8 ) In "Derivation Path" choose "BIP32"
9) On "Client" choose "Multibit HD"
10) You will get the list of your addresses and their private keys.
11) Sweep them with Coinomi

- Simple Bitcoin Wallet
1) Download and execute this: https://github.com/iancoleman/bip39/blob/master/bip39-standalone.html (Right click and Save as...)
2) On "Derivation Path" choose "BIP32"
3) On "Client" choose "Multibit HD"
4) On "BIP39 Mnemonic" space you have to insert the seed of your wallet, the 12 words.
5) You will get the list of your addresses and their private keys.
6) By going with the cursor on a private key, the page will show the qrcode. Sweep it with Coinomi

tanks to  HOSTFAT
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BitCoin / Re: HARD FORK BTC
« Last post by Admin on August 01, 2017, 10:21:54 AM »
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BitCoin / HARD FORK BTC
« Last post by Moderator Admin HG on July 31, 2017, 03:53:02 PM »
On August 1st 2017, We the People will breathe new life into Bitcoin.

A group of miners, developers, investors, and bitcoin users will upgrade the Bitcoin protocol as specified by the  User Activated Hard Fork (UAHF).

Those who do not want to follow our lead are free to use whichever chain they like.  Miners implementing the UAHF will safely split away, creating a new version of Bitcoin called "Bitcoin Cash".

All current Bitcoin holders will automatically own Bitcoin Cash. The existing ledger at the time of the split is preserved, thus users retain any balances they had before the split.
 
Bitcoin Cash brings sound money to the world.  Merchants and users are empowered with low fees and reliable confirmations. The future shines brightly with unrestricted growth, global adoption, permissionless innovation, and decentralized development.

These ideals can be achieved, but it depends on you to succeed.  We need the support of miners, investors, and users like you. Join us to help achieve Satoshi's original vision of Bitcoin as Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash.
more info here : https://www.bitcoincash.org/
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Compensated Programs / ELLINGTON FUND
« Last post by Admin on July 28, 2017, 06:38:07 AM »
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Compensated Programs / LUCRACO
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