Bitcoin Plus - XBC Domains

Posted on Jun 30, 2016

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A point was raised on the bitcointalk thread that the name Bitcoin Plus is being used for projects not related to the 'Real' Bitcoin Plus.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1066201.msg15186732#msg15186732

Bitcoin Plus owns the following the domains -

http://www.bitcoinplus.org and http://www.bitcoinplus.net which points towards the .org site.

No other site is owned or linked to Bitcoin Plus - XBC and should not be trusted without doing your own due diligence.

XBC Is Now Accepted On Coinpayments

Posted on Jun 1, 2016

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It has come to our attention that XBC is no longer listed as an option on Coinpayments. After making enqurires the reason given was lack of XBC volume being traded through the coinpayments gateway. The fee to be relisted was many BTC's. This is complete madness and unjustified. It is clear Coinpayments have made a change in direction to concentrate on the most popular coins only rather than support the coins that originally supported them.

BitcoinPlus Team are pleased to announce that XBC is now listed on CoinPayments. This means that over 100,000 vendors can now accept XBC as payment.

The $700 setup fee has been paid for by the XBC Sustainability Fund. There are 3 conditions to being listed on coinpayments.

XBC must be listed on 3 Exchanges XBC must be inside the top 200 on Coinmarketcap XBC must have a minimum...

CoinExchange Have Listed XBC

Posted on Jun 1, 2016

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As part of our developing roadmap you voted that Bitcoinplus should be listed on Coinpayments. Part of the terms and conditions are that XBC MUST be listed on 3 exchanges. I am pleased to announce that we have concluded a deal with Coinexchange.IO that has meant BitcoinPlus is now listed on their exchange as from today (06/01/2017).

This exchange is very easy to use. I have sent and withdrawn XBC successfully. To deposit XBC it only takes 8 confirmations.

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https://www.coinexchange.io/market/XBC/BTC

How Do I Import My Private Key Into A New Bitcoin Plus - XBC Wallet

Posted on May 15, 2016

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This is a follow on article to https://bitcoinplus.org/blog/how-do-i-back-my-bitcoin-plus-xbc-wallet-using-private-key

In the previous article we obtained the private key to a Bitcoin Plus - XBC address that contained 20 coins. In this article we are going to import this private key into a NEW wallet.

import1.png 1. Go to Menu - Debug Window - Console Tab

import2.png import3.png 2.In the console prompt write importprivkey privatekey label where private key is the private key you previously obtained and label is the name of the wallet. This can be anything you want to call it.

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Then press enter. You should see the coins imported immediately into the new wallet.

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How Do I Back Up My Bitcoin Plus - XBC Wallet Using The Private Key

Posted on May 15, 2016

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First of all. What is the Private Key ?

Each Bitcoin Plus - XBC address has what is called a private key. The private key is saved in the wallet file. The private keys are mathematically related to the Bitcoin Plus - XBC address generated for the Bitcoin Plus wallet.

To access the coins linked to a XBC address all you need is the private key. It doesn't matter where you are in the world. You simply import this private key and all the coins are imported into your current wallet. So how do we get the Private Key ?

Lets run through an example -

1. Start your XBC wallet.

2. This part only applies if you have previously encrypted your wallet. You can only obtain a Private Key from an Unlocked Wallet.

backup1.png If it is locked just unlock it but uncheck "For staking only"

backup2.png 3. Go to menu Help > Debug window > tab...

Reserving Coins In Your Wallet So That They Are Always Available.

Posted on Feb 11, 2016

Bitcoin Plus - XBC is a Proof of Stake Coin. As soon as coins are in your wallet and mature (24 hours) they start to 'Stake'. During the process coins will move from Spendable to Stake inside the XBC Wallet. Only the Spendable amount can be sent from the wallet. This can be a pain when you want to send some XBC to an exchange and find that you cant because the coins are 'locked in'.

There is a feature in the Bitcoin Plus Wallet that allows you to reserve some coins so that they will always remain on reserve and available. See Screenshots below on how to set this feature up.

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