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Exodus not supporting Bitcoin Cash but users will be able to claim BCC

Exodus, the popular bitcoin and cryptocurrency desktop wallet with built-in exchange today stated that the company will not support Bitcoin Cash (BCC) on the platform. Nevertheless, users of Exodus will still be able to claim their BCC by importing their private keys into the official BCC client after Aug 1st.

Exodus was designed to make it easy to hold blockchain assets. Exodus has a sophisticated backup and restore system that manages user private keys behind-the-scenes. Although Exodus does not recommend manual management of private keys many advanced users need to view and test private key interactions.

Each asset inside Exodus has a set of private keys. To view private keys:

  1. Open the Developer Menu. If using macOS, the Developer menu is under Exodus (to the right of the Apple in the menu bar). If using Windows or Linux, it can be accessed by pressing Ctrl+Shift+D
  2. Decide what asset (in this case, bitcoin) to view the private keys to
  3. Choose Developer > Assets > Bitcoin  > Export Private Keys
  4. The private keys will be exported to a folder on the Desktop titled “exodus-exports

Speaking with an Exodus developer regarding transacting in BTC during the event, he stated:

“It really depends on how the fork goes, to be honest. From how everything looks at this point, it should be fine, but you might want to avoid transactions until the ‘dust settles’.”



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You say Exodus wont hold BCC, but you can get it with your Exodus wallet address. So, after you import it to the official BCC client, where does all your BCC get sent? and where do you receive it? store it?

on a wallet/exchange that supports BCC and will exchange it for USD (kraken)

what happens to my btc after i export private keys to get my bcc

Davin Blackard

where can i download the official bcc client? and by importing my private key there will it take all my bitcoins with it or will they stay in exodus? i plan on just sending them to coinomi until exodus does decide to support bcc

so your suppose to move transfer your btc funds in a new wallet then the private keys? but into what wallet? for example what wallet supports priv key imports?

Still trying to figure this out. There’s no clear instructions on what to do with your private keys.

yeah man I lost out on getting my BCC because of trusting it in Exodus now I am in the same boat I wish they would finish the steps

Here is the latest from Exodus, “To be clear, we are not supporting BCH. At a minimum, we’ll write a post on accessing your BCH; if we can, we’ll build a way to send BCH out.”

I held the BTC-coins on Exodus on the 1st of August.
Today I installed the client BCC
I copied the private key from Exodus

How to import it into the BCC and get the coins?

Has anyone had luck claiming their BCCs?
I’m confused about whether there are any BCH coins automatically allocated to everyone who has BTCs?

New information! This is the link to CORRECTLY claim your BCC in Exodus. No exporting of private keys needed. Please update the article. Thank you!

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