Author Topic: Fork claim - FORK CLAIMING MADE EASY  (Read 905 times)


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« on: June 17, 2018, 10:38:28 AM »
Bitcoin has been forked over 20 times now. Some of these forks create forked coins, which have value and can be sold for more bitcoin.

Our goal here at is to make this process as easy as possible. By default, our service will convert your forked coins into BTC, unless otherwise stated. Before you send us your wallet seed or private keys, we ask that you move your existing balances into a new wallet. This is to ensure that we do not have access to your bitcoins.

Some of the coins we can provide claiming/selling services for: Bitcoin Cash - BCH Bitcoin Gold - BTG Bitcoin Diamond - BCD Super Bitcoin - SBTC United Bitcoin - UBTC BitcoinX - BCX For OTC clients (above 100BTC in claims), we provided a detailed settlement and execution report.

MORE ON BITCOIN FORKS: Bitcoin is an open-source project. This means that anyone can contribute code to the project. However, sometimes developers disagree on some fundamental rules or the protocols which Bitcoin operates on. The developer may then commence a fork, which creates a split in the blockchain. These forks often occur at a specific block height, and any bitcoin addresses that had balances prior to this block height, would correspondingly have the new forked coin. Even if you no longer hold those Bitcoins today, you may still be able to access your forked coins. So even if you have spent your Bitcoins at a later date, think of it as a company paying dividends.

The fork height in this case, would be the ex-dividend date. your wallet will still contain the private keys necessary to retrieve your fork coins. Fork.Claims is a service to help you retrieve these forked coins.

Our simple one-step process can even help you dipose of the forked coins at the best market rate, and send the proceeds to your Bitcoin Address.

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« Reply #1 on: September 05, 2019, 12:03:27 PM »
So since your here, I want to ask you - when you were a Burmese Python breeder/seller in Fl, and you sold pythons, what did you advise customers to do when they no longer wanted an animal that had grown into adulthood?
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