If you ever owned Bitcoin or Bitcoin Cash when a fork occurred you may be owed coins
are rightfully yours. Use Coinfirm's Reclaim Fork service to find out how.
A ‘fork’ is a change to the software of a digital currency that creates two separate
versions of the blockchain with a shared history.
When this happens, a new digital currency (the forked version) is created. Everyone who had Bitcoin at the date of a fork has the right to claim the forked coin.
For example, had a user kept 10 Bitcoin (BTC) on the exchange account at the time of the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) fork (1st August 2017), their account should have been credited with 10 BCH by the exchange.
If the exchange has not done so, you have the right to claim your forked coins from that exchange.
For example, had a user kept 10 Bitcoin (BTC) on the private address at the time of the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) fork (1st August 2017), they are also owed 10 BCH under the same wallet address.
Follow our simple and secure step-by-step process to
receive the coins you should have gotten a long time ago. Reclaim Fork risk free.
As the leading investigative & compliance platform for the flow of cryptocurrency funds since 2016, recovering your forked coins with Coinfirm is a safe method.
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Check out our FAQ.
A ‘fork’ is a change to the software of the digital currency protocol that creates two separate versions of the blockchain with a shared history.
When this happens, a new digital currency (the fork) is created. Everyone who had initial coin at the date of the fork, has the right to claim the forked coin.
You can check the price of each Bitcoin Fork (Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin Gold, Bitcoin Diamond, etc), as well as any other coin, in the webpage of the main exchanges. Additionally, there are websites that compile all current prices in the cryptocurrency market. One of the most recognized is https://www.coingecko.com/
Different exchanges have different policies. Not every exchange accepts deposits and withdrawals of every coin they trade, which usually produces large discrepancies in prices.
Everyone who kept cryptocurrency on the cryptocurrency exchange account at the time of its fork, should be credited with the new forked coins or the equivalent. For example, you kept 10 Bitcoin (BTC) on the exchange account at the time of Bitcoin Cash (BCH) fork (1st August 2017). The exchange should have credit your account with 10 BCH and 10 BSV. If the exchange has not done so, you have the right to claim your forked coins from that exchange. In this case we can still help you, please follow the process and fill information needed to proceed.
It´s not a problem. You can always get your Forks, if you still have the private key or seed from the wallet that held Bitcoin at the time of the Fork.
Just see if you had Bitcoin at the time of each Fork. At Coinfirm we offer extraction of the following coins:
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For security, we strongly recommend that you empty your wallet before starting the process (by this you make sure nobody has access to your funds), then you need to provide the private key or seed so we can extract your fork coins. Notice that the transaction is signed on your side and private key and seed is not transferred outside your browser so we do not have access to your private key and seed. After that we convert fork coins to the native BTC and transfer back the converted Bitcoins.
No, Coinfirm does not have access to your private key or seed. For security reasons everything involving your private key or seed is done in your browser and is not transferred outside of it.