AUG 1st fork and BIP 148 compatible private keys???

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Rick asked 4 months ago

Hi there!
I have stored my BTC in paper wallets that I created a long time ago through bitaddress.org.  Now I’m reading in places like Bitcoin Magazine that my keys need to be BIP 148 compatible as to not loose control of my BTC.
Do you guys know if this is accurate? Do I need to create new wallets or will I be fine with the ones I’ve got?

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Zsofia Elek answered 4 months ago

Hi Rick, I suggest you to read this article about what happens during a hard fork. Until you have your private key you are full control of your Bitcoins, which is the case in terms of a paper wallet. I think the article referred to hosted wallets, that in that case you are dependent on the wallet provider’s decision on how to proceed when the fork happens. 

Zsofia Elek replied 2 months ago

Hi Airasiaang, here is a walkthrough about how to send Bitcoins from a paper wallet: https://99bitcoins.com/know-more-send-from-paper-wallet/

Airasiaang replied 2 months ago

Need your help,after buying 0.02 bitcoin from third party platform Remitano n Withdrawer it n print out using bitaddress org,n now how to deposit it back to my third party platform wallet,so I can sell or transfer it out,the Remitano customer service can not help me for almost three week ,where I keep asking them but no solution,thkyou

Rick replied 4 months ago

Thanks a bunch Sofia!

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