How to Claim Your Bitcoin Cash and Sell it for Bitcoin (TREZOR, Ledger, Electrum)


Warning: this guide reveals the exact method the author used to claim free Bitcoin CasH and exchange it for Bitcoin on the 2nd of August. While every reasonable effort has been made to ensure complete and accurate information, the author can’t guarantee a successful outcome for those following this method.

Waiting for better documented methods and more familiar exchanges to offer BCH deposits is the safer play in this situation. However, as more people figure out how to sell their coins, profitability may well decrease.

Bitcoin Cash – The Beginning

Bitcoin Cash (aka Bcash, BCH or BCC)  forked off from Bitcoin on the 1st of August and its launch has proven rather rocky. Three days later, only 2 exchanges are supporting Bcash deposits – and its price has crashed on both.

It still takes relatively a lot of time to get Bcash transactions into the blockchain and that’s due to the high difficulty of mining. Bcash forked with the same mining difficulty as Bitcoin but only a small fraction (around 5%) of its hashrate. Bcash’s first (or genesis block) took around 7 hours to be found.

The difficulty adjustment process was meant to compensate for this, reducing difficulty to a level more appropriate for Bcash’s low hashrate within a few blocks. However, miners from “Genesis Block,” an aptly named, high-tech hostel in Hong Kong, apparently began mining Bcash for fun and marketing purposes.

The hostel’s additional, unexpected hashpower greatly delayed Bcash’s difficulty adjustment process. As a result, Bcash blocks remain slow, although difficulty has since adjusted to about ¼ of Bitcoin’s. You can use this Bitcoin Cash block explorer to see the status of the current blocks (take a look at the bottom).

Free Bitcoin Cash for Bitcoiners

If you held any bitcoin in a personal wallet (or on certain exchange wallets listed here) then congrats, you own an equal amount of Bcash too!

Free Money

If you wish to sell your Bcash, there are 2 things you need to do, in the following order:

1) Split you Bitcoin into Bitcoin Cash

If your BTC was held on one of the exchanges listed, the exchange will have taken care of this process for you. When you log in, you should see a BCH (or possibly, “BCC”) balance in a new exchange wallet, in addition to your regular BTC wallet. The amounts in both wallets should match, assuming you haven’t made any recent trades or transactions.

If your bitcoins were held in a personal wallet, you’ll have to split them yourself. We cover splitting for  Ledger, TREZOR and for the Electrum software wallet. Note that the general procedure used for Electrum is applicable to other software wallets, although the precise steps will vary.

2) Sell your Bitcoin Cash on an exchange

For those whose bitcoins were held on an exchange which split BCH from BTC and offers a market in BCH trading, you’re already done – sell your BCH whenever you feel like it.

Everyone else will have to decide between the three exchanges currently accepting BCH deposits; HitBTCViaBTC and Bittrex. I used HitBTC for two good reasons:

  1. HitBTC requires only 2 confirmations before deposited BCH are credited to your account and made available for trading purposes. As Bcash blocks are still very slow (up to 8 hours delay), this could be a real time saver. By contrast, it appears other exchanges requires 20 confirmations before approving any withdrawals.
  2. HitBTC offers a quick and easy registration, which requires only an email address to complete.

Keep in mind that because HitBTC is one of the only exchanges allowing to actually deposit BCH many people are selling it on the platform which causes the exchange rate to be lower than on other platforms.

Before going any further make sure you have a backup of your wallet at hand. Using any of these methods without a back could result in total loss of your coins. DO NOT CONTINUE WITHOUT A BACKUP!

Claiming Bitcoin Cash in Ledger Nano S

Claiming Bitcoin Cash in TREZOR

Claiming Bitcoin Cash in Electrum

Claiming Bitcoin Cash in Exodus

Claiming Bitcoin Cash in and other  wallets

Selling BTC for BCC

Splitting your Bitcoins in a Ledger Nano S

Splitting with ledger is a fairly simple process but not an intuitive one, make sure to follow these exact steps:

Step 1 – Back up your Ledger wallet

Throughout the process you will need to update your firmware, this will wipe all of the data from your device. Make sure to have a back up before moving forward or you will lose all of your coins.

Step 2 – Update your Ledger Firmware

Download the Ledger Manager for chrome, go to “Firmwares” on the left hand side and click on “Install”. You will then be prompted to confirm this action on your device. Once the update is complete you will need to import your wallet from your seed phrase. The complete steps to this process can be found here.

Update Ledger FirmwareOnce you have a firmware version that is 1.3.1 and above, you can move on to step 3.

Step 3 – Download the Bitcoin Cash App

Inside the Ledger Manager, go to “application” and download the Bitcoin Cash app (2nd from the top).

Bitcoin Cash app Install

Step 4 – Create a separate Bitcoin Cash wallet on your Ledger

If you had Bitcoins before the fork, Ledger now splits those Bitcoins into BTC and BCH but keeps them on the same wallet. It’s recommended to use a separate (aka split) wallet to manage your BCH. This step isn’t mandatory but is advised. If you wish to skip this step move straight to step 6.

Connect your ledger and select “Bitcoin Cash” from the available options on the device. The following screen will open:

Bitcoin Cash Split Wallet

Select “Bitcoin Cash”. The following screen will ask if you want to access the main wallet (BTC and BCH combined) or the split wallet (Only BCH). Select “split”.

Split wallet Ledger

Go to “receive” and generate a BCH address. You will later send your Main wallet’s BCH to this address. Once you have your BCH address move to step 5.

Step 5 – Send your BCH from your main wallet to your split wallet

Go to “settings” – “Blockchains” and this time choose “Bitcoin Cash” and “Main”.

Settings - blockchains

This wallet holds your newly formed BCH along with your BTC. It’s now time to send them to your split wallet.

Go to  “send” and send your BCH to your split wallet address which you’ve retrieved on step 4.

Step 6 – Send your BCH to an exchange

You can now go to “Settings” – “Blockchains” and log back into your split wallet. You will need to wait for a new BCH block to be mined until you can see that your transaction is confirmed. Once it’s confirmed you can send your BCH into an exchange or hold on to them.

For the official ledger guide click here.

Splitting your Bitcoins in TREZOR

Due to only having a week to prepare for the launch of the final version of Bcash code, Trezor’s wallet does not currently support BCH (although they’re working on a fix). It is however possible to use an online tool by TREZOR in order to split your BCH and simultaneously send it to a BCH address.

Thoroughly review Trezor’s guide to this process and check their Twitter and subreddit for any updates. Sometimes the tool is offline and recently some bugs were found in it.

Step 1 – Visit the beta version of Trezor wallet. You should use Google Chrome to access the wallet; the author was unable to complete the process using Firefox or a clean install thereof.

Make sure that you’re on the beta site:

The reason for visiting the beta Trezor wallet is that it enables you to update your Trezor’s firmware to the latest, beta version (1.5.1). Particularly if you haven’t performed this process before, you should study Trezor’s guide to firmware updates.

Step 2Be certain you have a backup of your seed phrase and update your firmware. This is done as follows:


  • disconnect the device
  • plug it in while holding both device buttons pressed


Step 3 –  Go to the Coin Splitting Tool. Click on “Connect with TREZOR”. Reconnect your device and enter the PIN as usual.

Claim Bitcoin Cash

Step 4 – Select the account you want to split BCH from and enter an address to send the BCH to. It is possible to enter the exchange funding address directly in this stage (see below how to get a deposit address for HitBTC).

Trezor BCH tool

Splitting your Bitcoins in Electrum

If you have an Electrum Bitcoin wallet, we suggest you follow this excellent guide put together by the Electrum developers. In case that any of this doesn’t make complete sense to you, please don’t use this method it’s pretty risky.

Here’s a TL;DR version of it:

Step 1 – Write down all of your Bitcoin addresses that had Bitcoins in them during the fork.

Step 2 – Go to WalletPrivate KeysExport and write down only the keys that are related to the addresses you’ve found in step 1.

Step 3 – Move all of your Bitcoins to a new Electrum wallet (create a new wallet through filenew/restore). You’re doing this so that if any of the private keys you exported are compromised in some way, your Bitcoins will be in a new address with a different private key.

Step 4 – ON A DIFFERENT COMPUTER install the Electron Cash wallet.  Here’s the reason why it needs to be on a different machine:

The person who distributes the Electron Cash binaries has decided to
remain anonymous, and uses the fake name "Jonald Fyookball" in order
to sign Electron Cash binaries. Thus, if these binaries contain code
that is designed to steal your bitcoins, the author of the theft will
be anonymous and walk away safely with your funds.

Step 5 – Import your private keys into Electron Cash. Once done you can use your new coins via that wallet.

Splitting your coins in Exodus

The following process was supplied by one of our users and not tested by us. Use it with caution. In any case of uncertainly please contact Exodus support (they are VERY helpful and fast to respond):

Step 1 – download the latest version of the Exodus desktop wallet from the Exodus website.
Step 2  Create your account on Hitbtc as already stated in the article and get your BCC address.
Step 3– Install the Exodus wallet and click on “Help” menu on the left panel. Scroll down to the menu items on the right and click on the menu called “How do I claim my bitcoin cash (BCH)”.
Step 4 – Keep your BCC address (that you got from Hitbtc) handy and follow the instructions. It will calculate the amount of BTC that was in the Exodus wallet before 1st August 2017 and ask you the BCC address where you want to transfer the BCC.
Step 5 – Enter the BCC address and transfer. It might take 2-4hrs for the transfer to take place.

To convert the BCC to BTC and transfer it back to your Exodus wallet and continue following this article.

Here is the original article from Exodus.

Splitting in and Other Software Wallets

Update: around October 2017 will add Bitcoin Cash support and you will automatically be able to see your Bitcoin Cash balance. More info can be found here.

On old wallets Login and then go to Settings > Addresses on the left.

Then find your address that has your BTC balance (which held BTC at the time of the 8/1 fork) and click on More Options, then Private Keys. After that just follow the same sequence as in the Electrum guide.

In the new version of you should go to security – wallet recovery phrase and write down your 12 word seed. After that just follow the same sequence as in the Electrum guide.

Blockchain backup seed

Here’s a guide for getting your BCC from Mycelium.

Here’s a great video about Getting you BCH from software wallets:

The order of sequence laid out in the Electrum guide will be safe for any software wallet, as far as we know. The major point to keep in mind is that you must generate a new wallet (not just a new address), send your bitcoins to the new wallet, and only then is it safe to export the private key of your old wallet into your Bcash wallet. If you’re unsure how to accomplish any of these steps, it’s best to wait for a detailed guide for your specific wallet.

Selling your coins on HitBTC

HitBTC is a European exchange (apparently headquartered in Hong Kong) which has been operational since 2013. They don’t seem to have experienced any major hacks or other negative events in that time, which is good going by crypto exchange standards.

Here are the steps for exchange BCH on HitBTC

Step 1sign up for an account

Step 2 – Sign in and navigate to your Bcash wallet by selecting the “Account”.

HitBTC funding

scroll down to “BCC” in the list of coins and click the “Fund” button (circle with +). Your BCC deposit address will now be generated and displayed. Note that BCC addresses look just like Bitcoin address, so be very careful that you don’t confuse the two! 

Step 3 –  Send the BCC from your wallet into your HitBTC BCC account.

Step 4 – Wait for at least 2 blocks to be mined on the Bcash network.

Step 5   Move your coins into your trading account. Click the rightwards facing arrow icon, then on the expanded bar, input or verify the amount to transfer. Finally, click transfer.

move to trading account

Step 6 – Select the “Exchange” tab at the top left and select the currency you wish to sell your BCH for. Make the exchange. The simplest way to sell is via a market order. This will sell as many BCH as you specify at the best available price(s).

Sell BCC on HitBTC

There are other types of orders which may allow you to get a better price for your BCH. Check out Limit orders too, which allow you to place a sell order for your chosen amount of BCH into the order book at a specific price. This allows you to wait for the market to meet your price, although be aware that if your price is too high the coins may never sell. In this case, you will have to cancel your active order and place a new one at a lower price level.

Step 8 –  Withdraw your bitcoins, or other currency. Return to the “Account” tab, then transfer your BTC (or whichever currency you sold for) from your trading to your deposit / withdrawal account.

Withdraw Bitcoins from HitBTC

The withdraw dialog will then require your Bitcoin address. Ensure that you paste a Bitcoin address from a Bitcoin wallet under your control, not the Bcash address you used to deposit funds initially!

Congratulations, you’ve just increased your bitcoin holdings with almost no work! HitBTC sends out withdrawals almost immediately so you should soon be able to see your unconfirmed transaction in any block explorer.

Should I Sell or Hold?

Of course, you’re not forced to sell your BCH. You may wish to hold it, perhaps because you believe in the coin’s long term prospects or think patience will be rewarded with a better price.

Bcash is currently trading above $300 on most exchanges, which in this author’s opinion is high for an altcoin with no established economy, unknown developers, vulnerably low hashrate and no real technical innovations.

Rhetoric aside, Bcash offers no tangible advantages over Bitcoin. The codebase has been gutted of major Bitcoin protocol upgrades, such as SegWit and Replace By Fee.

Bcash addresses scaling by the relatively crude means of multiplying its maximum block size from 1 to 8 megabytes. This has the consequence of increasing operational demands across all nodes; likely increasing miner centralisation.

A Tip for Selling – Blocks and Drops

Each new block transmits coins onto exchanges, releasing pent-up selling pressure. Given the limited liquidity of these exchanges, the result is a steep drop as many coins are sold simultaneously. This pattern may be clearly seen in the following chart:blocks and drops

BCH/BTC 1 minute chart with recent blocks demarcated.
Notice that price drops coincide with volume spikes.

Waiting for a block can be a tedious process. Currently, the best way to monitor Bcash blocks in real-time is via this block explorer. Bcash blocks currently take around 2 hours to find (but may take much longer).

Steven Hay

I'm a former futures trader. My keen interest in matters financial, economic and political eventually led me to conclude that the current, debt-based fiat system is broken. It was a natural step from there to investing in gold and, in early 2013, Bitcoin. Although I'm not very technical, I've learnt about Bitcoin through study, asking questions, running ecommerce and marketing sites and working as a journalist. I've always loved writing and my current focus is on creating guides which inform others about Bitcoin's advantages.


  1. Where can I find an up to date list of exchanges supporting Bitcoin Cash. Which can I trade on right now. What is the ETA for others.

  2. I have used to exchange some of my bitcoins for bitcoin cash. Sent it to the BTC wallet by mistake, instead of BTC cash wallet. I use trezor.
    They have a claim link
    Which as explained in the article splits your coins for those in August Fork split.
    But this seem to be a different issue, as my coins do not show up.
    Anyone had similar issue and has advice on how to get this transfer corrected ?
    Trezor customer suport is none-existent. apart from facebook message button.

    Do you guys have any suggestion ?

    • So I’ve looked around a bit and it seems that if you own the private keys to the address you’ve sent the coins to you can use the same method explained in this post to get your BCC out again. Hope this helps. Keep me updated, this is a very interesting question

  3. Jan Lund Sørensen on

    I have som bitcoins on a online xapo wallet..
    is ther any way to get the bitcoin cash out of the bitcoins when the site dont have a bitcoin cash wallet.

  4. Hey,

    Thank you for a great article.

    I have couple questions:

    Will Bitcoin Cash eventually take over Bitcoin or they will remain as 2 separate currencies?

    Can I invest in Bitcoin cash the same I could invest in bitcoin or bitcoin cash is not suitable for such a purpose and it’s created to improve transaction speed, etc?

    By investing I mean to buy the coin and save it in my wallet waiting for currencies value to increase.

    Thank you.

    • Zsofia - 99Bitcoins support on

      Hi Anette, Bitcoin Cash is now a separate altcoin, you can invest in it, buy and sell just like any other alternative cryptocurrencies. I guess no one knows the future for sure, but Bitcoin’s position seems dominant at this point.

  5. I think I understand how to do this now (please confirm if I understand this right):

    Step 1 – Take a copy of your private keys from your or other wallet (also take a backup of the seed, not sure if needed).

    Step 2 – Move out the BTC in order to protect it. This could be moved to any other wallet as I see it, even another wallet. Now your old wallet is empty and your BTC cannot be stolen. (Do this on a blank Firefox profile as an added protection.)

    Step 3 – Import the private keys into the Electron cash wallet on a different PC to step 1-2 (but using the same private key). Now you have Bitcoin cash in Electron cash and the Bitcoin in another wallet.

    • Yup that’s correct. The only thing I’m not sure about is the fact that you can get the private keys from since I think you need to use the seed instead.

      • Christian Portillo on

        Hi! I wanted to make sure when downloading electrum. I have to create a new seed or I can click I already have a seed?

          • Christian Portillo on

            Oups yeah of course. I have my bitcoins on the blockchain wallet and im trying to get those bch. I have my 12 word phrase. I can see thay we have to do it on electrum but when I was installing it . It asked if I wanted a new seed or if I already one. Im a bit confused.
            Thx in advance

        • Make sure you know the difference between Electron Cash (for BCH) and Electrum (for BTC).

          You don’t need to import the seed to Electrum if you want your BCH, only to Electron Cash. However, make sure to move your coins away from the wallet you had them in the first place before doing so.

          • Christian Portillo on

            Ok if I understand my bitcoins from my wallet I need to move them to a different wallet , any wallet ?. And create a Electron Cash wallet? So I can import my 12 words phrase (my seed) in that wallet to get my BCH? If this is correct what do I do with Electrum? Sorry if I’m complicated but I just want to make sure. Thank you in advance.

      • Actually I couldn’t import the seed, says so in the documentation but the passphrase from paper wallet worked fine.

  6. Hi. I’ve found this quite helpful but I still have questions. I saw the comment above about going to step 3 if you have (which I do as a paper wallet).

    Are we using the 12 word seed from as the import for Electrum? It says on Electrum’s docs that “In Electrum 2.0, you cannot import private keys in a wallet that has a seed. You should sweep them instead.”

    What is the best way to import the priv keys from into Electrum? Are we using the seed or the passphrase? Perhaps it means the existing Electrum address rather than the address to be imported.

    So complex, bitcoins were supposed to be so easy to use.

  7. There is a withdraw record from my wallet of Hence it creates a new bitcoin address for change. I.e. I have 0.235 and withdraw 0.2. The outstanding bitcoin minus transaction fee = 0.03455252 stores to another new bitcoin address. This bitcoin address for change doesn’t show up in I tried to generate all private keys from the 12 words but could not find the bitcoin address for change. How to get the private key of the bitcoin address of change? Thanks.

    • I think you just need to get the seed phrase for the wallet and not the private addresses since changed the way their wallet works. See the tutorial above regarding how to get the seed.

  8. Hi Beigel! Thank you for creating this awesome site and article.
    A few questions:
    1) In the instructions on you mention to export private keys and then follow electrum. Do you mean I need to start from step #4 in the electrum guide, right?
    2) If I didn’t use an electrum wallet before I don’t need a new machine right?
    3) Why electrum? Can’t I use a different wallet to store my BCH?

    • Hey!
      1. Yes
      2. You still need a separate machine since you don’t know if Electron Cash has malware or not and you don’t want to compromise your “main” computer.
      3. It’s not Electrum, it’s Electron Cash. They just sound similar.

  9. Thanks for this post, it really helped.
    Here is how I did it, using Windows 10 and Internet Explorer.
    No guarantees that this is a safe way to do it, but it worked for me.

    1. own some Bitcoin on papers with public and private keys before 2017-08-01
    2. create and print new Bitcoin papers with public and private keys by downloading and using this software:
    2. create an account at:
    3. create an account at:
    4. login to account at and transfer your BTC from old papers to new papers by clicking on:
    Setup -> Addresses -> Import address, and enter the old paper address.
    Then click on Send BTC, choose the old address, enter the private key, enter the new address and confirm.
    I used the priority fees, and a transfer took about 15 minutes
    5. The old papers now only contain BCH.
    Download Electron Cash (Electron-Cash-2.9.2.exe)
    8. Login to your account at, click “Funding”, choose “BCH”, and click “Generate address”
    6. Open Electron cash client and click on Tools -> Network.
    Untick the checkbox “Select server automatically”, right-click on and click on “Use as server”.
    Click on Wallet -> Private keys -> Sweep, and enter the private keys from the old papers only containing BCH
    7. As the private keys are imported, wallet balance should increase
    9. Click on Send, enter your BCH address and amount to transfer.
    I used the default “Fee”, meaning I didn’t change any of the settings regarding it.
    10. Wait for 20 confirmations. You can check the progress by right clicking on the transactions and click “View on block explorer”
    For me, it took about 8 hours.
    11. I chose to sell the BCH for EUR on (since I believe they will eventually loose most of their value)

    Good luck!

  10. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is a hard forked version of the original Bitcoin. It is similar to Bitcoin with regards to its protocol; Proof of Work SHA-256 hashing, 21,000,000 supply, same block times and reward system. However, two main differences are the blocksize limits, as of August 2017 Bitcoin has a 1MB block size limit whereas BCH proposes 8MB blocks. Also, BCH will adjust the difficulty every 6 blocks as opposed to 2016 blocks as with Bitcoin.

    Bitcoin Cash is a proposal from the via BTC mining pool and the Bitmain mining group to carry out a UAHF (User Activated Hard Fork) on August 1st 12:20 pm UTC. They rejected the agreed consensus (aka BIP-91 or SegWit2x) and have decided to fork the original Bitcoin blockchain and create this new version called “Bitcoin Cash”. Bitcoin Cash can be claimed by BTC owners who have their private keys or store their Bitcoins on a service that will split BCH for the customer.

    • Zsofia - 99Bitcoins support on

      Hi Abraham, you can still claim your Bitcoin Cash from Exodus, there is no deadline.

      • Hi Zsofia if i claim bitcoin cash from exodus wallet what happens to my current bitcoin amount, which bitcoin cash wallet you recommend…. thank you for your time ;)

        • Hi,
          if you claim BCH nothing changes in your BTC balance. the BCH balance is added on top of that. We cant’ really recommend any BCH wallet since we haven’t tested them all out. Personally I used the Ledger wallet which worked fine. Please make sure to read the article in full in order to completely understand the process.

  11. “On Login and then go to Settings > Addresses on the left …… and click on More Options, then Private Keys.” is not working.

    • Yeah I guess this was for the old version of In the new version you should go to security – wallet recovery phrase and write down your 12 word seed.

  12. Thanks for info.. sorry if I missed but was trying to see if anyone had success claiming BCC/BCH from the offline wallet ARMORY.
    Moved my BTC from offline to a hardware wallet already, can I assume I can use the same private keys and move to a BCC/BCH wallet.
    If so, any recommendations on which wallet is the best, can’t see to move directly from ARMORY to TREZOR.

    Thank you in advance,

  13. On, is xpub the same as a private key? I don’t see “private Key” under the more options tab that is next to “My Bitcoin Wallet (Default)”. In the section below that there are imported addresses that have private keys under the option tab, but those are all empty as everything is in the default wallet.

  14. What about if you have paper wallet? Can you import the private key into an electronic wallet and claim the BCC?

    • Ofir Beigel on

      For a paper wallet you’ll need to move your coins to a new address and then import the old private key to Electron Cash. It’s very similar to the Electrum process.

  15. OhTheFuture on

    What about paper wallets? I find them to be most secure, specially when having backups stored in several places. I’ve yet to see a proper and easy way to claim your BCC/BCH/whatever the hell they’re calling it for 1: paper wallets and 2: HW.1 Ledger’s. Ledger has yet to reply to my inquiry if the Nano S rules apply to the HW.1, as well.

    Thanks in advance!

    • Ofir Beigel on

      not sure about the HW1 but for a paper wallet you’ll need to move your coins to a new address and then import the old private key to Electron Cash. It’s very similar to the Electrum process.

    • Ofir Beigel on

      Of course, you’ll need to move your coins to a new address and then import the old private key to Electron Cash

  16. (JAXX_SUPPORT RESPONSE TO WHERE MY BHT IS )…BTC can be tx out of Jaxx and BCH will show when we implement it but there are still unknowns reg.

  17. I am using Exodus wallet. In the news I saw that Exodus won’t be supporting the new coin in the near future. Should I transfer my BTC to an Electrum wallet and follow the steps?

    • Ofir Beigel on

      Hey, I suggest contacting Exodus support and asking them about that. Better safe than sorry in this case.

      • Hi Ofir,
        Thanks a ton for publishing the great article by Steven. I was able to transfer BCC from the Exodus wallet, convert it into BTC and transfer it back to my wallet. It was actually very easy and I must congratulate the Exodus Team as well as 99bitcoins for helping me out. For the benefit of the readers I give the steps below for Exodus.

        1) You need to download the latest version of the Exodus desktop wallet from the Exodus website.
        2) Create your account on Hitbtc as already stated in the article and get your BCC address.
        3) Install the Exodus wallet and click on “Help” menu on the left panel. Scroll down to the menu items on the right and click on the menu called “How do I claim my bitcoin cash (BCH)”.
        4) Keep your BCC address (that you got from Hitbtc) handy and follow the instructions. It will calculate the amount of BTC that was in the Exodus wallet before 1st August 2017 and ask you the BCC address where you want to transfer the BCC.
        5) Enter the BCC address and transfer. It might take 2-4hrs for the transfer to take place.
        To convert the BCC to BTC and transfer it back to your Exodus wallet please follow the steps already given in the article by Steven.

        • If I wasn’t an Exodus user before the split can I still transfer BTC into Exodus now and split out the BCC to an exchange? I tried and it didn’t reconize any BCC in account that was funded with BTC.

    • Terry Fitzgerald on

      there is a button to click on at the bottom of help which explains how to get you BCC out , but you need a BCC address

  18. Norman Hirsch on

    Timely article, well done. Hope you keep it updated as Ledger moves to non-Beta software and others add BCH/BCC . Note Coinbase changed their mind.

  19. Ivan Arnaudov on

    Thank you for another great article. The only thing I’d like to see added somewhere is a notice which may not be implicitly clear to inexperienced users.

    Once all BTC amounts are transferred to the new wallet and the matching amount of BCC is claimed via Electron Cash as described, one might be tempted to delete the old Electrum wallet as it would seem it has served its apparent purpose.

    But this is not a good idea because – especially for wallets that have been used frequently, or for longer period of times – people may have given out a lot of addresses for payouts from faucets, mining pools, etc… that can still receive occasional payments from time to time.

    If the private key or the seed for the old wallet is destroyed, all future BTC payments to such addresses will be lost. That is why it is always a good idea to keep safely the seeds/keys of all wallets even if they are no longer in active use.

  20. Rajesh Narayanan on

    Thanks for a tidy article. I am having trouble setting up a multisig Electron-Cash wallet. The trouble I am facing is I use a hardware wallet (DigitalBitbox) and Copay for multisig. While I can obtain the seed for Copay, I can only procure the Electrum recovery key + Electrum recovery key for multisig from the tools given by DBB.

    Is there any suggestion on how I can cash out my BCC that is against this multisig wallet?

    • Ofir Beigel on

      Hey Rajesh, as I haven’t used Copay or Electrum personally for this process (I used Trezor and Ledger) I can’t really offer any advice here. Perhaps someone else who had experience with this can.

  21. Prakash Sajwan on

    What is the best time to buy bitcoin?
    Should i wait for september to fall it down or there is no chances to fall bitcoin ?

    • Zsofia - 99Bitcoins support on

      The separate computer is advised in the article for your own safety. You can also use a virtual machine which does not have any connection to your data.

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