Coinpanic.com is a website to assist users of Bitcoin and related cryptocurrencies.
Coinpanic.com is helping Bitcoin users safely claim, hold, or sell coins on blockchains which have forked from the bitcoin main chain. Coinpanic only needs to know your public Bitcoin address to claim your coins, and does not require the user to download any blockchains.
Future services include technical tutorials, block explorers, transaction monitoring, and lightning network services.
Even though you may trust the person you sent them to, your keys have been revealed. They can be stolen by malware, or a malicious actor. Coinpanic.com, through the offline signing method, is able to split your coins without you having to provide anyone your private keys. You can even sign your transaction without an internet connection.
The claiming tool was greatly simplified. You can now claim using a BIP39 seed with optional passphrase instead of the private keys. This will make claiming forks much easier for users of hardware wallets like Trezor and Ledger.
The BTN network will be upgraded at block 514230. In order to prevent users from losing any coins, claims should be done before the fork is complete. This is expected to occur before March 19, 2018. See btn.org for more information.
Note that deposits to btctrade.im take 120 confirmations to appear.
Reports of intermittent degraded network performance. Bitpie users report issues receiving coins - direct deposit to exchange recommended.
Node online but still testing.
Node online but still testing.
Phase 2 claims should now be working. bech32 not supported for Phase 2 due to the nature of UBTC.
Segwit not supported. You can create a signed transaction using our tool, and broadcast using their light wallet. In the wallet electrum console, type broadcast("SIGNEDTX")
0.5 BTX per BTC. Some users reporting issues with segwit claims - issue is under investigation.
Bech32 claims not yet tested.
We've successfully implemented claiming Bech32 addresses for our process (including electrum keys).
BTC holders will receive 1:1 Bitcoin Atom (BCA) at the time of the fork, approximately January 25-26 (block to be announced soon).
https://www.ub.com/news/detail?column=1&id=288 From UBTC: We are expediting the community airdrop and distributing the remainder of the airdrop at once. This means that instead of receiving vested final payments of your eligible UBTC monthly over 4 years, users who registered for the final snapshot will receive in one last airdrop, which can be withdrawn on UB.com in the same manner as previous months. Community members who have not registered for the airdrop will also have one last chance to register on the the final snapshot dates of April 1st (HSR, QTUM), 11th (ETH, LTC), and 21st (INK) to claim their eligible UBTC.
Bitcoin is an open-source peer-to-peer electronic currency.
Bitcoin forks are branches off of the main Bitcoin blockchain which define a separate network of consensus as a new cryptocurrency. Forks are inherently risky - be careful when claiming forked currencies using your bitcoin addresses. Move all bitcoins to a new address before attempting to do so.
It is not always straightforward to claim forked coins. Coinpanic.com can help you.