All Bitcoin Forked Coins List With Dates & Tips To Claim Them

Claim all Bitcoin Forked Coins

Forking Bitcoin and making a new cryptocurrency simply by prefixing or suffixing new names is the new go-to-go in the market. And what better way to create your crypto when you have the option of forking Bitcoin and just getting the attention a new currency needs.

In a way, this is the new marketing and PR route to launch your new crypto.

That is why 2017 saw quite a few Bitcoin forks but 2018 is expected to see many more. Therefore, I want to share everything about these forks with all the readers of CoinSutra, so that you can claim your free money.

In case you have not yet understood as to what I am talking about, I am sure you are unaware of the concept of hard forks. I’d recommend you read this first: What Does Fork Mean In Cryptocurrency?

Please understand that claiming these forked coins for your free money can be risky as it involves chances that one might expose their private keys or seed keys to fraudulence.

On the flip side, there are many forks created simply to scam innocent BTC holders who don’t understand much of this space.

However, before I tell you about Bitcoin forks, I want you to read a guide I have specifically drafted to help an average user become smarter.

Now that you know about forks and its Dos and Don’ts, let me list some of the forked coins that I think are worth mentioning and claiming.

List of all Bitcoin forks:

1. Bitcoin Cash (BCH)

  • Current Price

 

2. Bitcoin Gold (BTG)

  • Current Price

3. Bitcoin Diamond (BCD)

  • Current Price

 

  • Fork Height/Date: 24th November 2017 at block height 495866
  • Reward Ratio: 1 BTC: 10 BCD
  • Tip To Claim Bitcoin Diamond: See guides by Jimmy Song and other community members on claiming this fork here and here.

4. Super Bitcoin (SBTC)

  • Current Price:

 

  • Fork Height/Date: December 2017 at block Height of 498888
  • Reward Ratio: 1 BTC: 1 SBTC
  • Tip To Claim Super Bitcoin: See guides by Jimmy Song and other community members on claiming this fork here and here.

5. Bitcoin Atom (BCA)

  • Current Price: 

 

  • Fork Height/Date: 24th January 2018 at 505,888 block
  • Reward Ratio: 1 BTC: 1 BCA
  • Tip To Claim Bitcoin Atom: See Coinomi’s wallet guide here for claiming your Bitcoin Atom coins in Coinomi Wallet.

6. Bitcoin Core (BTX)

  • Current Price

 

  • Fork Height/Date: 20th October 2017
  • Reward Ratio: 1 BTC: 0.5 BTX
  • Tip To Claim Bitcoin Core: See Coinomi’s wallet guide here for claiming your Bitcore coins in Coinomi Wallet. Also, you may use this guide created by the community to claim Bitcore.

7. Bitcoin God (GOD)

  • Current Price

 

  • Fork Height/Date: December 2017 at block height 501225
  • Reward Ratio: 1 BTC: 1 GOD
  • Tip To Claim Bitcoin God: See Coinomi’s wallet guide here for claiming your Bitcoin God coins in Coinomi Wallet.

8. Bitcoin Private (BTCP or ZCL)

  • Current Price

 

  • Fork Height/Date: 28th Feb 2018
  • Reward Ratio: 1 BTC: 1 BTCP
  • Tip To Claim Bitcoin Private: See Coinomi’s wallet guide here for claiming your Bitcoin Private coins in Coinomi Wallet.

Conclusion: Top Bitcoin Forks to earn free money

You may expect more Bitcoin forks in the future but not all will be worth your time because the reward ratio and prices will be very low.

However, if I find something worth mentioning, I will keep updating this list of forks for Bitcoin. I have deliberately excluded many other forks of Bitcoin because their prices are not really worth the time and risk.

Lastly, the thumb rule is to keep your Bitcoin holdings in your control in wallets like Trezor or Ledger Nano S. It is only then that you can take full benefit of all the future forks that might happen.

Kindly share this post with your friends on Twitter & Facebook who are HODLing BTC so that they can also benefit from this fork. Also, do share your thoughts and questions in the comment section below. I will be waiting for them 🙂

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11 thoughts on “All Bitcoin Forked Coins List With Dates & Tips To Claim Them”

  1. Hello!

    I am importing from BlockChain. i managed to import my wallet and i installed new wallet for each coin i want to claim… Then i click swipe but when i enter my key i get can not recognize key any idea on how to fix that?

    1. Please do it in a compatible formate, every wallet supports different key formats so better check that to get it going.

      1. i used bip39……. this website: h**ps://iancoleman.io/bip39/

        I am not sure what am i missing i moved my main wallet from blockchain.info to coinomi…. i can see my old transactions as well…. then i try to do a sweep using that bip39 i get the error can’t recognize key…. If you can post a detailed video or guide i would appreciate it.

        Thanks

  2. Great Article! I have claimed all the forked coins listed in this article using Coinomi’s wallet except for Bitcoin Diamond, Super Bitcoin, and Bitcoin God. Do you plan on having more information on claiming these coins? or any idea if Coinomi will support them? I have tried claiming them using Bither and Bit Pie as suggested, with no success

  3. Hi, I have claimed BitcoinPrivate and Bitcore and I have just received a little fraction of my holdings not advertised ratio and I did with Coinomi . So how to claimed correct amount, if you know ? I went step by step BitcoinAtom was correct the other two no.

  4. I recently bought a bitcoin fork, called BTCX2, have you heard anything about it? it claims that only certain coins where produced 21M, but every weekend they keep sending emails out that they are still not sold, and the fork does not complete, do you think this is a FRAUD or SCAM?

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