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June 23, 2017, 02:25:35 AM
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To whom it may concern:
I am preparing a book possibly an article dealing with cryptocurrency. 
The topics will include a brief summary and description of the cryptocurrency market place as well as a look at the art work associated with the various logos.
 
Many of the currencies do not have any notes or guidelines for use of their logos.  Hence I am contacting the currencies I am including requesting permission to use their logo images as part of the material.
Please  indicate so in a reply to this message.
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You can use the CLAM logos.

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June 23, 2017, 02:38:32 AM
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i still havent figured out how to claim my clamcoins from an old wallet. is there a kind of bitcoin wallet that is better suited for claiming ClamCoins?
can anyone help? thanks in advance


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June 23, 2017, 02:39:43 AM
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is there a kind of bitcoin wallet that is better suited for claiming ClamCoins?

The Bitcoin wallet had to be in use ON May 12, 2014.

In other news:

Big deposits on diggers Poloniex address:

http://www.presstab.pw/phpexplorer/CLAM/address.php?address=xBPwwtnxd2QTXM5pyRrPcQ7ccAGZGoeNZX

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June 23, 2017, 02:51:54 AM
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is there a kind of bitcoin wallet that is better suited for claiming ClamCoins?
The Bitcoin wallet had to be in use ON May 12, 2014.


yes i am aware of this. what i want to know is which wallet among the many wallets out there will make it easier to import to get the clams? thanks for the response


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June 23, 2017, 03:05:48 AM
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is there a kind of bitcoin wallet that is better suited for claiming ClamCoins?
The Bitcoin wallet had to be in use ON May 12, 2014.


yes i am aware of this. what i want to know is which wallet among the many wallets out there will make it easier to import to get the clams? thanks for the response

  You don't use a different wallet, you need either the private key, or the wallet.dat file.  Then you use the clamcoin wallet to claim.  

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June 23, 2017, 03:05:59 AM
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is there a kind of bitcoin wallet that is better suited for claiming ClamCoins?
The Bitcoin wallet had to be in use ON May 12, 2014.


yes i am aware of this. what i want to know is which wallet among the many wallets out there will make it easier to import to get the clams? thanks for the response

My website FreeBitcoins.com allows Core and now MultiBit.  https://freebitcoins.com/clamchecker/dig_wallet/

I'm not sure about what the CLAM client does.

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June 23, 2017, 05:34:58 AM
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is there a kind of bitcoin wallet that is better suited for claiming ClamCoins?

yes i am aware of this. what i want to know is which wallet among the many wallets out there will make it easier to import to get the clams? thanks for the response

 Exactly like chilly2k said you make the claim of your clams using the private keys or the wallet.dat (that is a file that where the BTC/LTC/Doge wallet usually store private keys) and import it in your Clamclient, in addition to that, usually some wallets are more easy to claim because of the way they stores the private keys.

 Maybe is this what you are asking for, as an example there are some wallets that use the Hierarchical Deterministic (HD for short) address generation method that compared with wallet that doesn't use this way and store the private keys in a normal wallet.dat file, those HD wallets (for example Multibit HD) are more complicated to claim because they use a 12 words mnemonic, that is a group of 12 words that is used to backup the seed that is used to create your wallet addresses (private keys) and if this hasn't change, I was checking recently and didn't, you can't retrieve you private keys or export it straight from the software. They are workarounds to extract the Private Keys but not as easy as click "show private key" or "export ".

So if your wallet has the ability to import and export private keys or store you private keys in a wallet.dat, those wallets are way more easy to be claim. In this category you can find BitcoinQT client, Electrum, Multibit Classic (dunno if still available) and many others.

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June 23, 2017, 05:01:13 PM
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I would be surprised if that is a poloniex address. I think they move most of their coins to cold storage shortly after receiving them, and no coin have ever moved from that address.

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June 23, 2017, 05:21:15 PM
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I would be surprised if that is a poloniex address. I think they move most of their coins to cold storage shortly after receiving them, and no coin have ever moved from that address.

My poloniex address looks similar & a similar balance.

http://www.presstab.pw/phpexplorer/CLAM/address.php?address=xAHwDW5n6Kup8x8a7ffRTkMxBpZxtHy1U2

I've never seen a cold storage sweep, like what you used to do.

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Is it possible I can claim CLAM from coinbase address.

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