How To Claim Your Free Bitcoin Gold [BTG] From Any Wallet

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The Bitcoin Gold fiasco continues.

I am assuming that you know about Bitcoin Gold already. But if you don’t, check out these write-ups on Bitcoin Gold:

In short, Bitcoin Gold is a new cryptocurrency that forked out of Bitcoin last week (late October 2017) from the block height of 491407.

Before the fork, CoinSutra had published detailed instructions for our community so that they could benefit in the future. And that moment of the future has now come!

If you were not tracking the fork or not reading CoinSutra and have left your Bitcoin in an exchange that is not supporting BTG after the fork, then you are out of luck.

On the other hand, I would like to congratulate our community readers who heeded our advice of keeping their BTC in the Ledger Nano S, Trezor, Mycelium, Jaxx, or other similar wallets, and are now lucky enough to be eligible to claim BTG.

Also, these forking events are a timely reminder for all of us that one should never trust exchanges and should always be in control of their own private keys.

Note: The fork has already been done and some exchanges have already credited users their BTG tokens. And remember these are only tokens, not actual BTG, given and traded by these exchanges. However, users who had their BTC on a wallet at the time of the fork where they control their seed/private key will be able to claim BTG through the process which I am going to elucidate in this write-up. Another thing is that users will be able to claim BTG only once the BTG blockchain is live, which is going to happen in early November. I will update this section again with the new and latest information.

Step By Step Guide To Claim Your Free BTG

Now that we are on the same page, let’s see how to claim and access our FREE BTG when the blockchain is live by using Coinomi Wallet.

First Things First – Update/Install Wallet

We are going to do this recovery of BTG from the Coinomi Android wallet.

  • If you already have Coinomi, then please update your Coinomi wallet to the latest version. Open your Play Store app, click on the top left menu, select “My apps & games”, and then click on the “Update” button next to “Coinomi Wallet”.
  • And if you don’t have Coinomi, then please install the latest version from here on your Android device.

Once your device is ready, follow these steps:

#1. Access your BTC wallet where you had your BTC at the time of the fork. Wallets like Jaxx, Mycelium, Ledger, Blockchain.info, Exodus, or any other wallet that supports BIP44 type key generation. Do a simple Google search to check if your BTC wallet is BIP44 supported.

#2. Now from these wallets, take out your seed words. Seed words (or recovery phrases) are the 12, 18, or 24-word long phrases that you backed up while setting up your wallet.

#3. Now use your Coinomi wallet along with these seed words/keys for restoring your BTC wallet on Coinomi.

#4. Once your BTC wallet has been restored on Coinomi using these seed keys, you will be able to see your BTC balance that you had at the time of the fork.

#5. Now in your Coinomi wallet, click on the top left menu, then hit the “+ COINS” button and select “BitcoinGold” from the mind-blowing list of Coinomi’s 86 supported coins and 214 tokens.

#6. A pop-up dialogue will appear asking if BitcoinGold should be added. Hit the “ADVANCED SETTINGS” button. If you clicked “Add” instead, you need to delete your BitcoinGold wallet and add a new one. In the “Derivation Path” section, enter: M/44H/0H/0H

Note: The characters before “H” are the number zero and not the letter O.

#7. Now click “ADD”.

#8. BOOM,🌟⚡💥🌟⚡💥🌟⚡💥 TaDa! Your $BTG wallet is now ready and you can see both your BTC and BTG balances.

A Few More Important Things To Note…

  • If you have more than one Bitcoin wallet in your Coinomi account and you want to claim the equivalent BTG, you will have to repeat the above process, replacing the last zero with the (zero-based) account index each time. So for the second wallet, this would be M/44H/0H/1H, and for the third wallet it would be M/44H/0H/2H, and so forth.
  • With this Coinomi BTG wallet, you won’t be able to do any valid BTG transactions or see your BTG coins before the BTG blockchain is live. Expect some delay as I don’t see it happening on 1st of November 2017.
  • Coinomi doesn’t yet support SegWit addresses starting with ‘3’, so with this method, you won’t be able to claim your BTG if you had BTC on a SegWit address at the time of the fork.
  • This doesn’t mean that SegWit address HODLers will not be able to claim BTG; rather, these users have to wait until either BTG’s official wallet comes out or Coinomi starts supporting SegWit addresses.
  • Also, the Bitcoin Gold Fork has already happened (around October 24, 6 am UTC at block height 491407). So if you are trying to claim BTG by transferring in BTC that you didn’t own prior to this date, you probably won’t get BTG.
  • Beware of SCAM wallets/websites surrounding Bitcoin Gold who are frantically preying on immature users to get ahold of their seed keys. Don’t use your seed words/private keys on splitting tools or 3rd party wallets unless you are 100% sure about it.

How To Claim Your Free Bitcoin Gold On Any Platform

What You Need To Claim Your BTG

You need the following:

  • A Mac/Windows/Linux machine (desktop/laptop) with the Chrome browser on it
  • ARC Welder chrome extension on your Chrome browser
  • Coinomi Wallet’s APK. Download this from here
  • Seed words or recover phrase from your BTC wallet

Once you have these things ready, follow the steps below:

#1 Go to chrome extensions and launch your ARC extension as shown below.

#2 After successfully launching the ARC, add your Coinomi Wallet’s apk as shown in the below image.

 #3 Once you have added/imported the APK in ARC, you will see the interface (below) where you need not change anything but you do need to click on ‘TEST’ to launch the Coinomi app in the ARC chrome extension.
#4 After clicking ‘TEST’ you will see the Coinomi Wallet has been launched and you will see something like this:

#5 Take your ‘seed words’  of the BTC wallet in which you had your BTC at the moment of Bitcoin Gold fork. Wallets like Jaxx, MyceliumLedger, Blockchain.info, Exodus, or any other wallet that supports BIP44 type key generation can be used for claiming this. Do a simple Google search to check if your BTC wallet is BIP44 supported.

#6 Once you have the seed words (or recovery phrases) which are the 12, 18 or 24-word long phrases, use this along with Coinomi wallet interface for restoring your BTC wallet on Coinomi by clicking “Restore A Wallet” option as shown below.

#7 After selecting “Restore A Wallet” option you will see this screen where you need to enter your ‘seed words/ recovery phrase’ and click ‘NEXT’

#8 After clicking ‘Next’ it will prompt you to set a password for Coinomi for every day use and we also recommend you to keep this password and click ‘NEXT’

#9 Once you are done with step 8, you will land at the interface below, where you need to select Bitcoin and click “FINISH”

#10. Now your BTC wallet is restored. Once your BTC wallet has been restored on Coinomi using the seed keys, you will be able to see the BTC balance you had at the time of the fork.

#11. Now in your Coinomi wallet, click on the top left menu, and hit the “+ COINS” button. Select “BitcoinGold” from the mind-blowing list of Coinomi’s 86 supported coins and 214 tokens.

#12. A pop-up dialogue will appear asking if BitcoinGold should be added. Hit the“ADVANCED SETTINGS” button. If you clicked “Add” instead, you need to delete your BitcoinGold wallet and add a new one. In the “Derivation Path” section, enter: M/44H/0H/0H

Note: The characters before “H” are the number zero and not the letter O.

#13. Now click “ADD”.

#14. BOOM,🌟⚡💥🌟⚡💥🌟⚡💥 TaDa! Your $BTG wallet is now ready and you can see both your BTC and BTG balances at 1:1 ratio.

A Few More Important Things To Note…

1. If you have more than one Bitcoin wallet in your Coinomi account and you want to claim the equivalent BTG, you will have to repeat the above process, replacing the last zero with the (zero-based) account index each time. So for the second wallet, this would be M/44H/0H/1H, and for the third wallet it would be M/44H/0H/2H, and so on.

2. Claim your Bitcoin Gold (BTG) from a paper wallet by this method: If you have the private keys in the form of paper wallet than by this Coinomi wallet’s interface you will be able to claim your BTG.

  • You need to access Coinomi by the same way as shown above via ARC.
  • Now instead of restoring your old BTC wallet, make a new one.
  • Add “BTG wallet” in the same way as shown in above step no ‘#11, #12, & #13‘.
  • Your new BTG wallet is ready which has zero balance.
  • Now go to BTG wallet and select ‘Sweep’ option as shown below.

  • Sweep your private keys of paper wallet in the valid format as shown below and click ‘NEXT’. Now you should be able to see your BTG in some time.

  • Coinomi doesn’t yet support SegWit addresses starting with ‘3’, so with this method, you will not be able to claim your BTG if you had BTC on a SegWit address at the time of the fork.
  • This doesn’t mean that SegWit address holders will not be able to claim BTG; rather, these users will have to wait until either BTG’s official wallet comes out or Coinomi starts supporting SegWit addresses.
  • Also, the Bitcoin Gold Fork has already happened (October 24, around 6 am UTC at block height 491407). So if you are trying to claim BTG by transferring in BTC that you didn’t own prior to this date, you probably won’t get BTG.
  • Beware of SCAM wallets/websites surrounding Bitcoin Gold who are frantically preying on immature users to get a hold of their seed keys. Don’t use your seed words/private keys on splitting tools or 3rd party wallets unless you are 100% sure about it.

Here is the official blog post from the Coinomi team on the Bitcoin Gold fork and how to claim your free BTG.

The Complete Guide To Claiming Bitcoin Gold On Ledger Nano S

Here is the guide you can follow, and I will update you as I hear more from the Ledger team and other members of the CoinSutra community.

  • Connect your Ledger Nano S or Ledger Blue to your computer and open the Ledger Manager app.
  • At the bottom of the screen, you will see the option to install the Bitcoin Gold application.

  • Click on the Install sign (down arrow), and you will see a screen like the one below.
  • Now, on your Ledger wallet, allow the installation.

If you see an error saying “Unable to install application. Insufficient remaining space”, you need to uninstall any installed app to create space for the new app. The Ledger allows only 5 applications to be installed at a time.

If you need to use more applications because you manage a lot of different coins, the Ledger Manager will be the interface to use. Even if it is a bit tedious, these steps only take a few seconds.

Note: Don’t worry if you uninstall an application you already used because your coins won’t be lost. Uninstalling an application from your device won’t erase your wallet and the coins you already have on it. You’ll be able to access your wallet anytime by reinstalling the application.

  • Once you have created enough space, install the Bitcoin Gold app.

  • Once the app is installed, open the Bitcoin Ledger app and open the Bitcoin Gold app on your Ledger. At the bottom, you will see the option for the BTG Split tool. Click on it.

This will show a pop-up saying:

Now, click on Legacy or SegWit depending on how your Bitcoins are stored and the Ledger will start syncing to give you access to your BTG.

Now, you can hold or sell your BTG coins. My recommendation is to dump the coin ASAP as more dumps will happen once everyone has access to their coins causing the price to fall significantly. However, if you are one of those lucky people holding a large number of Bitcoin (and now BTG), you can consider holding 5-10% of your total stake.

Update 1: Transferred BTG to Bleutrade exchange (First time using it. Don’t use this one for any purpose other than BTG until we do thorough research). Waiting for the transaction to confirm. 

Update 2: SegWit holders may face some issues.

Update 3: SegWit Issue fixed.

Here are sites on which you can sell Bitcoin Gold or exchange for BTC:

We are still testing and will keep you posted as we discover anything new. Meanwhile, do share your experience in the comment section below.

Update 1: I have used Bleutrade to convert my BTG into BTC and was able to withdraw my funds.

Don’t forget to share this help your friends on Facebook or Twitter in claiming their BTG!

From now on, it will be interesting to see how Bitcoin Gold survives surrounding all the criticism and how much hash power it will be able to steal from other GPU mining rigs.

Now it’s time to hear from you: So what are you going to do when you are able to claim your free BTG? Are you a HODLer or FUDster? Do let me know your thoughts in the comments section below.

If you enjoyed this tutorial, do share it with your friends on Twitter & Reddit!

Also, read: Where To Sell Bitcoin Gold (BTG) [Full list of BTG exchanges]

274 thoughts on “How To Claim Your Free Bitcoin Gold [BTG] From Any Wallet”

  1. i

    hello

    first thanks for your help
    how i do this from braedwallet that doesn’t support bip44
    and which wallet i can use on ios because coinomi support only on android

    1. Some iOS wallet that is available I guess is Freewallet and Guarda wallet. But any day we don’t yet recommend them.
      So do at your own risk.
      if not bip44 then, please try Bitcoin Gold Core wallet.

  2. S

    Hi Sudhir, thanks a lot for your write-up. I had my BTC coins in an Electrum wallet prior to the fork and block no. 491406 but the above instructions have not worked for me. I’ve been through them several times and I think its something to do with my Electrum wallet. Its very difficult to get through to someone in Electrum, there’s no helpline – nothing! I’ve left posts in Reddit just recently. Is there anything you can recommend?

    1. This method will not work for you. I have mentioned that too that this method works if your wallet is BIP 44 supported which Electrum is not.
      You can claim your BTG via Bitcoin Core full node client or wait for BTG team to develop a fork of Electrum for BTG which is in their pipeline.

      1. Hi Sudhir,
        how to implement a Bitcoin Core full node? any tipp or suggestion?
        I’ve also lost a piece of Bitcoin in 3rd August. What happened was:
        – I bought BTC in Coinbase in 31th july
        – I sent BTC to Electrum wallet
        – Then I tried to claim Bitcoin Cash in 3r august with Coinomi wallet

        So, BTC disappeared from Electrum and never appeared in Coinomi.
        I guess I must contact Coinbase so they can give those original seeds… does this makes any sense to you?

        1. No this scenario doesn’t make sense to me…is your BTC still present at that public address? Check on Bitcoin Explorer once.

          1. Sorry about the delay in answering you.
            Yes.. it is in my address in blockchaininfo.com
            At that time I was very confused about having to change some parameters and knowing about BIP44, etc… Then, I’ve created another wallet in Coinomi but din’d save any private key. I only have it’s original seed!
            So… resuming:

            bought BTC in Coinbase (before fork) —> Electrum —> Coinomi.

            BTC is present in public blockchain.
            I do not know how to recover it. Guys from Coinomi told me to contact Coinbase, since those original bitcoins were bought there before the fork.. so I should ask them the private keys for those bitcoins!

            I’m confused though… Thanks once again 😉

  3. G

    Hi there.

    I have a blockchain.info wallet that should contain Bitcoin Gold as well.
    I want to claim my BTG but I do not have a smartphone. I only work on my desktop.
    I need to import my blockchain.info wallet (using my 12-word seed) into an uncomplicated wallet that will give me my BTG. BTC.com made this very easy for people wanting to claim their Bitcoin Cash. I need something equally as easy as that.

    1. Install Coinomi wallet.
      Restore your blockchain.info wallet there.
      Enable your BTG wallet then

      Try this if it works. This is quite easy as you needed.

  4. F

    Thank you what about bitgo.com

    They will not integrate btg but I have my private keys of course.

    Bitgo use multi-sig (P2SH) and HD (BIP32)

    How can I claim my bitcoin gold

  5. C

    How long it takes for BTG to appear in the new wallet? I have successfully restored my JAXX wallet on Coinomi. BTG wallet shows 0.

  6. Hello, sorry about the noobness but i have a question.

    I have multiple coins in my JAXX wallet (eth,zcash,ltc), what happens if i do this procedure, will all the extra coins be imported sucesfully?

    Also, im very impresed you managed to reply every query on this post, you dont see this often from a webmaster. Congrats, u got yourself a new loyal follower.

    1. Thanks for the recognition.
      If you do this process you should see the common coins that are supported by both the wallets.
      Don’t worry you will not lose anything.
      Claim your BTG and then again move Jaxx is that is comfortable for you.

  7. T

    Hi Sudhir!

    I am storing my Bitcoin in Blockchain and BTC.com Wallet.

    I was easily able to recover Bitcoin Gold from BTC.com wallet into Coinomi.

    1) Can you please tell me step-by-step how can i recover Bitcoin Gold from my Blockchain Wallet?

    2) I heard about another Bitcoin fork. Segwit2x ? How do i get that as well?

    1. Segwit2x didn’t happened so you will not get any forked coins.
      How did you get BTG from BTC.com & Coinomi?
      You need to follow the above steps with blockchain.info and coinomi to get your BTG.

    1. T

      Hey Sudhir!

      So i was able to recover BTG from my Blockchain wallet (I should say only 1 address out of it)

      I used “bip39-standalone.html” to scan the private address and added into my Coinomi wallet by using “Sweep wallet” for each address private key.

      I know for sure i had more BTC in my Blockchain wallet around Oct 24, then what i can see from under Settings -> Addresses -> Used Addresses. Currently i can only see 1 Address with 0.00091 BTC. Rest all of them are 0 BTC.

      I already tried scanning all the private addresses it showed me under “bip39-standalone.html” but no luck 🙁

      What do u recommend?

      (Thanks for all ur help in advance!)

      1. Check your BTC addresses which had the positive balances at the time of fork in BTG explorer. If these addresses show a positive balance there also then we can look into this otherwise it simply mean you didn’t had that much BTC at the time of fork.

        1. T

          Hi Sudhir,

          So i checked and from Onctober 6th to Nov 19th i had 0.04398138 BTC in my Blockchain Wallet. On BTG explorer it is showing me final balance of 0.04398138 BTG.

          So far i am only able to claim 0.00091 BTC from my Blockchain wallet. What do u suggest? Should i try to completely restoring my Blockchain wallet to coinomi using my seed?

    2. You need to install Coinomi
      Restore your Blockchain wallet using your seed
      Then enable your BTG wallet in Coinomi Wallet.

      Yes you will be able to use Blockchain.info after this also because in Coinomi you are just copying this wallet.

  8. Hello Sudhir,

    I just imported my blockchain.info wallet using the recovery phrase and I can see my balance in Coinomi wallet. I also added the BTG wallet using the M/44H/0H/0H but the balance for BTG is 0. Do you know why? Thanks.

      1. looks like you were late.
        But still, check your BTC address in BTG explorer if that shows positive balance we can talk further. If not then it is missed an opportunity.

  9. I had my BTC at the time of the fork in Green Address – when I attempt the steps above, the balance of BTG is 0.
    A quick read online says this is something to do with multi-sig support – do you know anything about this, or an alternate to claim BTG?
    Unfortunately, I thought all BTC software wallets were created equal……… appears not.

    1. I believe Green Address has implemented segwit and multi-sig. Does your green address wallet address start from ‘3’?

        1. Yeah, you can’t claim BTC if you had it on Green Address as of now because they are using segwit address or multi-sig addresses that starts from ‘3’ and COinomi yet doesn’t support these types of address so maybe you need to wait.

          1. One a bit complicated way that I can suggest you to try to get your BTG is to follow these steps.

            1. Make an account on –https://wallet.btc.com/#/setup/register
            2. Now restore your Green Address wallet on BTC.com using your seed words
            3. Now once you have restored you should see your BTC balance on BTC.com because it also supports the same address format.
            4. Now Logout from BTC.com
            5. Use the instructions in this post to recover your BTG from BTC.com

            I understand that it is a bit of hassle and also I am not sure if this way works. Logically it should if you have BTC at the time of fork in Green Address.

            Try it once you will not lose anything but just don’t leak your seed words to anyone.

            If this works do let me know.

          2. BTC.com wont allow the restore because there isnt a postive BTC balance in the wallet anymore (I moved it to Ledger a few weeks ago).

            I might transfer a nominal amount of BTC into it to give it a positive balance, then follow the rest of your steps.

            Stayed tuned….

          3. DIdnt work. Looks like, unless Green Address change their policu, its lost.
            Thanks for the help anyway.

          4. Sorry about that. Will keep you posted if got anything about segwit addresses.
            If you are in a real hurry use Bitcoin Gold Core wallet but double check their official website for that.

  10. J

    I had my Bitcoin in my Jaxx wallet at the time of the Bitcoin Gold Fork. Sometime later I transferred it to my Coinbase account, where it still is. Can I transfer back to Jaxx, or to Coinomi and still claim my Bitcoin Gold? Thanks for any help

  11. For recovering from Breadwallet, the derivation path should be “M/0H”. BIP44 wasn’t around when Aaron released it. Works great. We need Coinami on iPhone.

  12. C

    Hey man!
    Thank you for this great article!
    Really appreciaite it!

    However, I can not find BTG in Coinomi wallet!
    Here is a print screen -https://zapodaj.net/images/99cd444dfe5e7.png
    As you can see, there are BitcoinCash, Bitcoinplus,Belacoin, Blackcoin, Britcoin etc….
    But no BTG.

    Hope you will help.

    Have a good day!

  13. r

    Had BTC stored in Exodus before BTG snapshot on legacy chain. Unfortunately, just transferred it to Ledger Nano S and sitting on Segwit chain now. I still have Exodus wallet with zero balance. Can I transfer coins back and then try to go through steps to recover wallet in Coinomi? Or am I now out of luck? Any risks? Thanks in advance!

    1. Hey @rkn2
      If you have the seed of Exodus which had BTC at the time of fork then you are right on time.

      Just use your seed of exodus with above method and don’t transfer your coins here and there you will be able to see BTG in Coinomi.

      Let me know in the comment how it goes?

      1. r

        Hello Sudhir, thanks for the prompt reply! Unfortunately, I have already moved the coins to Ledger. So my question was if I can move them back to the same Exodus wallet (and wallet address I previously had) and then go through the steps above using the Exodus seed with Coinomi, etc.? Thanks in advance!

        1. That’s what I said that you need not move coins back to Exodus and you can proceed with the above process with the Exodus keys even without balance on it.

  14. M

    Hi, i dont have android and i had btc in my electrum wallet at the time of fork. How can i claim those without coinomi? I have ledger Nano , can i claim thourghout it? How?

    1. See if you sweep your private keys in Coinomi wallet. Don’t forget to sweep it in a valid format that Coinomi supports.

        1. Instead, Use ARC Welder Chrome extension. It lets you run apks on MAC or any desktop/laptop
          So use that Coinomi apk on ARC and import your private keys of your BTC in the BTG wallet in the valid format that Coinomi supports. This way you should be able to see your BTG.

    1. Restore your seed of mycelium in Coinomi and go and enable BCH wallet in it. You should be able to see the BCH if you had at the time of fork.

  15. W

    Hi Sudhir,

    Thanks for this post! I first bought bitcoin on Sept. 16, but when I enter in M/44H/0H/0H into the derivatives section and open a BTG wallet, there is still a balance of zero $.

    Any idea why that would be?

    I also accidentally opened up a BTG wallet without adding the derivative but I couldn’t figure out how to delete it so I just opened up another one. It seems to have worked but the balance is zero still.

      1. W

        Hi Sudhir,
        Unfortunately I was working through an Android VM box and that wasn’t an option for me. But I downloaded the app and went through the steps on my housemates and it still didn’t have a balance (then uninstalled the wallet).

        Am I too late to claim the bit gold or did I buy too late (sept. 16)?

  16. G

    I have some BTC in an old school multiunit wallet that I have not opened in a long time… Mutlibit is no longer supported. Can you please advise if I am out of luck being on an old client or is there still some way to claim the forked coins?

  17. W

    Hi Sudhir,

    Is there anything else I can try? The derivation I used was “M44/0H/0H” and it the value is still at 0.

    If there isn’t anything else, then it seems that Sept. 16 was too late.

    Thank you for your help Sudhir!!

  18. N

    Hi Sudhir, If I input wallet seed words in Coinomi wallet for claiming BitcoinGold, would BTC be then transferred to the Coinomi wallet? Please advise. Thanks.

    1. It will only be transferred man!
      By this way you will be able to see your same wallet in Coinomi…it will just a replica or copy you can say.

  19. Hello
    I finally recovered an old BTC wallet (with BTC before the fork) on blockchain.info with the 16 words and now the website created a new wallet address with the old one showed in “imported addresses”…
    Because of this the current 12 words passphrase doens’t cover also the imported address… how can import it into coinomi to claim BTG?
    Blockchain.info asks me to import the BTC from the imported address into the newly created one… will this operation prevent me to claim BTG?

    Thank you in advance
    Regards
    Davide

    1. Convert your 16 words in a format that Coinomi accepts. I think you will in the WIF format and then you can sweep/import that into Coinomi’s BTG wallet.

  20. M

    I have transferred. 001 btc from mycellium to coinomi abd and followed the steps the steps for btg. Haven’t received any btg yet. Please help.

    1. That doesn’t work.
      You need to have same wallet in the Coinomi. Please read properly it has been explained well. You need to restore mycelium wallet, no need to send any BTC here & there.

  21. A

    Hi Sudhir,
    I have a positive BTC balance in a digitalbitbox wallet from before the fork, however the addresses do not show a balance in BTG explorer. How should I proceed?

  22. N
    Nirmaljit singh gill

    Thanks sir,
    I want to know that if i have btc in coinomi wallet or paper wallet at time of fork. But after forking i use my btc for trading altcoins, then would i get btg from that wallet or not? Plz help

  23. L

    Hi there, think I just missed the Bitcoin Atom fork today, but was holding BTC on Coinbase at the time. I’ve moved in to Coinomi, will the above method work for BTG and BCA if I implement it today? Thanks

  24. A

    Thanks Sudhir – I was holding at the time of the fork but moved to Coinomi after block 505888 so I probably missed it. I’ll give your method a go though. Thanks for the post.

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