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Bylls — the Canadian Bitcoin bill payment service by Bull Bitcoin — celebrates its 6th birthday

I sometimes find it hard to believe that it has already been 6 years since the public launch of Bylls on January 13 2014. What started out as a simple and humble “garage startup”, the world’s first Bitcoin bill payment service, evolved into so much more.
Bylls eventually became the company that people know today as Bull Bitcoin, and it is from Bylls’ UASF advocacy that sprouted the Cyphernode open-source project. I also like to think of Bylls as a “bitcoin culture” institution that served as the vanguard of the Bitcoin Maximalist and Cypherpunk movements within the Bitcoin exchange and payments industry.
Happy Birthday Bylls! 🎂

What is Bylls?

For those of you who don’t know about Bylls, here’s a short summary:

Short history of world’s first Bitcoin bill payment service

Bylls was founded in 2013 by Eric Spano, a Montreal entrepreneur part of the original Bitcoin Embassy team. Eric, one of my earliest and most influential mentors, is a true Bitcoin OG. Check out his 2014 Bitcoin Ted Talk or his 2019 Podcast on Tales From the Crypt which describes in great detail the inception of Bylls.
When Bylls was launched, I was Public Affairs Director at the Bitcoin Embassy, the world’s first physical Bitcoin hub (a 14,000 square feet building downtown Montreal). Bylls was effectively a one-man operation, with Eric doing pretty much everything himself. I wasn’t directly involved with the company, but Bylls was one of the startups in the Embassy’s incubator program, so I was helping out in various ways. My first “public appearance” in the Bitcoin industry was actually to man the Bylls booth at the Toronto Bitcoin Expo in 2014!
In 2015, Eric was offered a huge career opportunity that he couldn’t accept without stepping down from running Bylls. It was to me an inconceivable tragedy for Bitcoin to let Bylls quitely close down. For the past 2 years, whenever somebody asked me “what can you do with Bitcoin?”, I would always reply “well, for starters, you can pay all your bills in Canada, even your taxes and your credit card”. What was I going to say now?
I had just founded my company Satoshi Portal Inc. with the aim of developing a non-custodial Bitcoin exchange (which eventually became Bull Bitcoin). And so, I acquired Bylls from Eric and it immediately became the focus of all my energy. For the first year, our team consisted of only 2 people including our lead developer Arthur which is still working on Bylls features to this day. From the beginning until today, we are still 100% self-funded. We grew organically and slowly. My philosophy on entrepreneurship and startup scaling is articulated in this medium post.It has been an incredibly intense journey. I cannot think of a more challenging professional experience than being a startup founder and entrepreneur in the Bitcoin industry. The number of Bitcoin startups that have perished since is a stark reminder. Some of them sank quietly, but many went down in flames taking down their users with them. The fact that Bylls is still standing — without VC funding and with its reputation intact — is my proudest achievement.
Over the past 4 years. we completely redesigned the software, continuously adding new features, but the core of the service remained the same. Most importantly, we added the ability for users to pay any individual or business in Canada by creating a personal biller from their bank details. Previously, they were limited to Bylls’ biller list of around 9000 billers.
One of the defining moments in the history of Bylls was UASF. Bylls was one of the first Bitcoin companies to support BIP-148 for the activation of Segwit (second after Bitconic). Not only that, but we were the first to run a public BIP-148 block explorer and public UASF electrum server. We had done a “seppuku pledge” regarding BIP-148, meaning that we would only accept coins from the UASF segwit chain and would pay the Bitcoin market price for them. If UASF had failed, we would not have survived. This cemented our ideology of “skin-in-the-game”. We would never compromise on our values, no matter the cost. Our policy on forks (2017) was described here. But the jist of it is:
Satoshi Portal is a Bitcoin-only company and does not conduct any transaction in any altcoin, including altcoins that are the result of a fork of the Bitcoin blockchain and which can be spent with Bitcoin private keys. This includes, but is not limited to, the coins commonly referred to as BCash, Segwit2X, BGold, Clams and Lumens.We strongly oppose the “New York Agreement” and will under no circumstance ever recognize the Segwit2X blockchain (and BTC1 client) as Bitcoin, regardless of market response or hashing power. In the unlikely event that an overwhelming majority of the Bitcoin ecosystem migrates to the Segwit2X blockchain, Satoshi Portal will continue nevertheless to support the Bitcoin blockchain.
Following the UASF/NO2X “war” in 2017, we devoted a large prortion of ressources to building Cyphernode, an open-source project that makes it very easy for startups to build and deploy Bitcoin applies without any third-parties, using exclusively their own full nodes. We are still developing this project today and plan on actively maintaining it in the future.
It is also worth noting that Bylls has never accepted any altcoins and was one of the first company to pledge never to accept altcoins in the future, leading to what became the “Bitcoin-Only” movement. We were also the first Bitcoin exchange and payment processing company, to our knowledge, that has integrated coinjoin as part of its processes.

Unbanking yourself with Bylls

The coolest feature of Bylls is that you can pay pretty much all your expenses with Bitcoin without needing to go through a bank account. In Canada, you can obtain a credit card without having it linked to a bank account. In 2016, the last of my personal bank accounts was closed due to my activities in the Bitcoin industry. I decided not apply at another bank and try the experiment of living completely unbanked. I’m happy to report it was a success, and serves as a powerful testament for the use-cases provided by Bylls.
I really like the idea of not owning any fiat. You can pay pretty much all daily expenses with a credit card, and pay back the debt with Bitcoin. Of course you have fiat-denominated debts which conveniently tends to diminish in price over time.
You can withdraw cash from a credit card and pay it off instantly with Bylls, so you can get access to cash at any time, in any country across the world, without having a bank account. The only inconvenience is the cash advance fee.
When you have to pay larger amounts such as rent or whatever services don’t accept cash or credit card, you can find the biller in the Bylls list or ask the recipient for his banking details, the same as you would for a wire transfer.

The future of Bylls

Many people ask us if we intend to expand outside of Canada. The answer is, unequivocally, no. We will always be a Canada-only, Bitcoin-only company. That doesn’t mean that we stop working hard to improve our services. We will continue to be the first to integrate the cutting-edge Bitcoin technologies that
Here is are some of the features you can expect in 2020:
Thanks for reading! 🎂
Yours truly,
Francis
Original post here: https://medium.com/bull-bitcoin/bylls-the-canadian-bitcoin-bill-payment-service-by-bull-bitcoin-celebrates-its-6th-birthday-ef6d22acdf2a
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I can help you claim and sell your BTC or MONERO forked coins. Done forks of 62000 BTC+, more than 1.5 Million USD in BTC sent back to clients after the sales.

If you have Bitcoin, then you have a lot of other coins that came from the forks. I can help you claim and sell those.
Legacy addresses, Segwit addresses, multiple addresses from same seed, Ledger Nano, Trezor, Coinomi, Mycelium, whatever your wallet setup is, I can help you. If you are not tech savvy or just don't want the trouble, I can help you. If you are a whale, I can help you too: my biggest client had about 40k BTC to sell the forks.
A rough estimate is that you can get about 9% from the Bitcoin Cash fork, and about 0.8% from all the other forks. This is % of the BTC you had at the date of the fork.
Selling forked coins is a time-sensitive thing. Forked coins ALWAYS go down in price, sometimes the price drops 10 times in less than a week.
I have done it for a lot of people, check my references (comments) on these posts:
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/81fky0/you_are_not_tech_savvy_or_you_dont_want_to_do_it/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7rndu6/i_can_sell_your_bcx_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now_sold_fo
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7ra6hx/i_can_sell_your_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now_sold_for_30/
https://np.reddit.com/CryptoCurrency/comments/7qkaio/i_can_sell_your_bitcoin_forks_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7qjyiu/i_can_sell_your_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now_sold_for_30/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7qcf7z/i_can_sell_your_btw_bitcoin_world_btf_bitcoin/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7q2698/i_can_sell_your_btf_now_5_commission/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinMarkets/comments/7q1jyx/i_can_sell_your_btw_now_5_commission/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7pxdlm/i_can_sell_your_btw_now_5_commission/
I have created a blockchain-based feedback system for this service, check this link for details:
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/8f489a/cryptosnake_fork_claim_and_sell_service/
Some coins now are worth a really small amount, specially if you only had little btc before the fork. Talk to me (PM) and we will see if it's worth selling (sometimes it's not enough to sell and withdraw from the exchange, but I can sometimes consolidate a few sales and do individual withdrawals from my wallet, with lower fees).
The fee for sale at exchanges I'm KYC'd and verified is 5%, and the fee for claiming the fork coins and selling is 10%.
Sample report sent during and on completion: https://imgur.com/a/e53ObT3
If it's worth the work, I'll claim/sell them for you, and if not, I'll point you in the right direction.
There's an absurd amount of forks now (forkdrop.io is a good site to check forks), but it seems that I can help you with these:
CLAM - CLAMS
BCH - Bitcoin Cash
BTG - Bitcoin Gold
BTX - BitCore
UBTC - United Bitcoin (Developers stole the users coins. If you have it, I can sell. Check ub.com/explorer)
BCD - Bitcoin Diamond
SBTC - Super Bitcoin
BCX - BitcoinX
BICC - BitClassic Coin (deposits not working anymore on the exchange)
BTP - Bitcoin Pay
BTW - Bitcoin World (Dead, network hashrate has come down to less than 1 block per day, and only exchange needs 120 confs)
LBTC - Lightning Bitcoin
BTF - Bitcoin Faith (Dead, network down, no more wallet on github)
BITE - BitEthereum
BTN - Bitcoin New (Dead. after coin hardforked, can only be sold at a korean exchange for 0.0000476 BTC each. As it is a 1:1 coin, I will not claim and sell it anymore)
FBTC - FastBitcoin
BCP - Bitcoin Cash Plus
B2X - Segwit2X
BPA - Bitcoin Pizza (dead, no more nodes running)
BTV - BitVote
BCI - Bitcoin Interest
BCA - Bitcoin Atom
BTCH - Bitcoin Hush
BTCP - Bitcoin Private
BCL - Bitcoin Clean
BBC - Big Bitcoin
GOD - Bitcoin God (not sellable yet)
BIFI - Bitcoin File
SEM - SEMUX (It was a registered airdrop, whoever got it, got it. I can sell it if you have it.)
XMC - Monero Classic
XMV - Monero V
Just PM me and we will talk. Cheers.
P.S: Please check my references (cryptosnake). This is a matter that involves trust, and you need to trust whoever you do business with. About my name, CryptoSnake, the "Snake" part is not an analogy or whatever. It was just a school nickname. :)
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I can help you claim and sell your BTC forked coins. Done forks of 62000 BTC+, more than 1.5 Million USD in BTC sent back to clients after the sales. PRICES GOING DOWN, DO NOT WAIT.

If you have Bitcoin, then you have a lot of other coins that came from the forks. I can help you claim and sell those.
Legacy addresses, Segwit addresses, multiple addresses from same seed, Ledger Nano, Trezor, Coinomi, Mycelium, whatever your wallet setup is, I can help you. If you are not tech savvy or just don't want the trouble, I can help you. If you are a whale, I can help you too: my biggest client had about 40k BTC to sell the forks.
A rough estimate is that you can get about 9% from the Bitcoin Cash fork, and about 0.5% from all the other forks. This is % of the BTC you had at the date of the fork.
DO NOT WAIT. Check below the list of dead coins. Everyday one of these dies, and some of these dead coins gave a LOT of money back to my clients.
Selling forked coins is a time-sensitive thing. Forked coins ALWAYS go down in price, sometimes the price drops 10 times in less than a week.
I have done it for a lot of people, check my references (comments) on these posts:
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/81fky0/you_are_not_tech_savvy_or_you_dont_want_to_do_it/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7rndu6/i_can_sell_your_bcx_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now_sold_fo
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7ra6hx/i_can_sell_your_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now_sold_for_30/
https://np.reddit.com/CryptoCurrency/comments/7qkaio/i_can_sell_your_bitcoin_forks_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7qjyiu/i_can_sell_your_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now_sold_for_30/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7qcf7z/i_can_sell_your_btw_bitcoin_world_btf_bitcoin/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7q2698/i_can_sell_your_btf_now_5_commission/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinMarkets/comments/7q1jyx/i_can_sell_your_btw_now_5_commission/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7pxdlm/i_can_sell_your_btw_now_5_commission/
I have created a blockchain-based feedback system for this service, check this link for details:
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/8f489a/cryptosnake_fork_claim_and_sell_service/
Some coins now are worth a really small amount, specially if you only had little btc before the fork. Talk to me (PM) and we will see if it's worth selling (sometimes it's not enough to sell and withdraw from the exchange, but I can sometimes consolidate a few sales and do individual withdrawals from my wallet, with lower fees).
It's good to say that its becoming harder and harder to sell and withdraw "small" amounts of BTC (like 200, 300), because of the price drops and withdrawal fees on the exchanges. Sometime I can get together groups of people and do a group claim, but these are becoming scarce as well. I'll try though.
The fee for sale at exchanges I'm KYC'd and verified is 5%, and the fee for claiming the fork coins and selling is 10%.
Sample report sent during and on completion: https://imgur.com/a/e53ObT3
If it's worth the work, I'll claim/sell them for you, and if not, I'll point you in the right direction.
There's an absurd amount of forks now (forkdrop.io is a good site to check forks), but it seems that I can help you with these:
CLAM - CLAMS
BCH - Bitcoin Cash
BTG - Bitcoin Gold
BTX - BitCore
BCD - Bitcoin Diamond
BCX - BitcoinX
B2X - Segwit2X (its been difficult to sell small batches, now needs hundreds to be sellable)
BCI - Bitcoin Interest
BCA - Bitcoin Atom
BTCP - Bitcoin Private (Unclaimed coins were burnt)
GOD - Bitcoin God (No exchanges/buy orders yet... oh god, when will this happen? haha)
BIFI - Bitcoin File (No more deposits)
SEM - SEMUX (It was a registered airdrop, whoever got it, got it. I can sell it if you have it.)
XMC - Monero Classic
XMV - Monero V
UBTC - United Bitcoin (Developers stole the users coins. If you have it, I can sell. Check ub.com/explorer)
SBTC - Super Bitcoin (Deposits offline on all exchanges, pending something on the network. May come back)
BICC - BitClassic Coin (deposits not working anymore on the exchange)
BTP - Bitcoin Pay (Deposits offline on all exchanges)
BTW - Bitcoin World (Dead, network hashrate has come down to less than 1 block per day, and only exchange needs 120 confs)
LBTC - Lightning Bitcoin (Coins not claimable anymore as per network consensus of the new coin)
BTF - Bitcoin Faith (Dead, network down, no more wallet on github)
BITE - BitEthereum (blah)
BTN - Bitcoin New (Dead. after coin hardforked, can only be sold at a korean exchange for 0.0000476 BTC each. As it is a 1:1 coin, I will not claim and sell it anymore)
FBTC - FastBitcoin (not worth doing anymore, too much trouble for only a little cash)
BCP - Bitcoin Cash Plus (never sold this, dunno if its dead)
BPA - Bitcoin Pizza (dead, no more nodes running)
BTV - BitVote (its been difficult to sell small batches, now needs hundreds to be sellable)
BTCH - Bitcoin Hush (never sold this, dunno if its dead)
BCL - Bitcoin Clean (seems dead as deposits are halted, reason "hacker" on yobit)
BBC - Big Bitcoin (Only shady exchange, worth 0.30 USD for each bitcoin (0.03/BBC)
Just PM me and we will talk. Cheers.
P.S: Please check my references (cryptosnake). This is a matter that involves trust, and you need to trust whoever you do business with. About my name, CryptoSnake, the "Snake" part is not an analogy or whatever. It was just a school nickname. :)
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I can help you claim and sell your BTC or MONERO forked coins. Done forks of 62000 BTC+, more than 1.5 Million USD in BTC sent back to clients after the sales.

If you have Bitcoin, then you have a lot of other coins that came from the forks. I can help you claim and sell those.
Legacy addresses, Segwit addresses, multiple addresses from same seed, Ledger Nano, Trezor, Coinomi, Mycelium, whatever your wallet setup is, I can help you. If you are not tech savvy or just don't want the trouble, I can help you. If you are a whale, I can help you too: my biggest client had about 40k BTC to sell the forks.
A rough estimate is that you can get about 9% to 14% from the Bitcoin Cash fork, and about 2.5% from all the other forks. This is % of the BTC you had at the date of the fork.
I have done it for a lot of people, check my references (comments) on these posts:
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/81fky0/you_are_not_tech_savvy_or_you_dont_want_to_do_it/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7rndu6/i_can_sell_your_bcx_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now_sold_fo
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7ra6hx/i_can_sell_your_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now_sold_for_30/
https://np.reddit.com/CryptoCurrency/comments/7qkaio/i_can_sell_your_bitcoin_forks_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7qjyiu/i_can_sell_your_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now_sold_for_30/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7qcf7z/i_can_sell_your_btw_bitcoin_world_btf_bitcoin/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7q2698/i_can_sell_your_btf_now_5_commission/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinMarkets/comments/7q1jyx/i_can_sell_your_btw_now_5_commission/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7pxdlm/i_can_sell_your_btw_now_5_commission/
I have created a blockchain-based feedback system for this service, check this link for details:
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/8f489a/cryptosnake_fork_claim_and_sell_service/
Some coins now are worth a really small amount, specially if you only had little btc before the fork. Talk to me (PM) and we will see if it's worth selling (sometimes it's not enough to sell and withdraw from the exchange, but I can sometimes consolidate a few sales and do individual withdrawals from my wallet, with lower fees). We will agree on a fee/commission, usually between 5 and 10%.
Sample report sent during and on completion: https://imgur.com/a/e53ObT3
If it's worth the work, I'll claim/sell them for you, and if not, I'll point you in the right direction.
There's an absurd amount of forks now (forkdrop.io is a good site to check forks), but it seems that I can help you with these:
CLAM - CLAMS
BCH - Bitcoin Cash
BTG - Bitcoin Gold
BTX - BitCore
UBTC - United Bitcoin (Developers stole the users coins. If you have it, I can sell. Check ub.com/explorer)
BCD - Bitcoin Diamond
SBTC - Super Bitcoin
BCX - BitcoinX
BICC - BitClassic Coin
BTP - Bitcoin Pay
BTW - Bitcoin World (Dead, network has not found any blocks since 2018-05-28)
LBTC - Lightning Bitcoin
BTF - Bitcoin Faith (Dead, network down, no more wallet on github)
BITE - BitEthereum
BTN - Bitcoin New (Dead. after coin hardforked, can only be sold at a korean exchange for 0.0000476 BTC each. As it is a 1:1 coin, I will not claim and sell it anymore)
FBTC - FastBitcoin
BCP - Bitcoin Cash Plus
B2X - Segwit2X
BPA - Bitcoin Pizza
BTV - BitVote
BCI - Bitcoin Interest
BCA - Bitcoin Atom
BTCH - Bitcoin Hush
BTCP - Bitcoin Private
BCL - Bitcoin Clean
SEM - SEMUX (It was a registered airdrop, whoever got it, got it. I can sell it if you have it.)
XMC - Monero Classic
XMV - Monero V
Just PM me and we will talk. Cheers.
P.S: Please check my references (cryptosnake). This is a matter that involves trust, and you need to trust whoever you do business with. About my name, CryptoSnake, the "Snake" part is not an analogy or whatever. It was just a school nickname. :)
submitted by cryptosnake to BitcoinAirdrops [link] [comments]

I can help you claim and sell your BTC or MONERO forked coins. Done forks of 62000 BTC+, more than 1.5 Million USD in BTC sent back to clients after the sales.

If you have Bitcoin, then you have a lot of other coins that came from the forks. I can help you claim and sell those.
Legacy addresses, Segwit addresses, multiple addresses from same seed, Ledger Nano, Trezor, Coinomi, Mycelium, whatever your wallet setup is, I can help you. If you are not tech savvy or just don't want the trouble, I can help you. If you are a whale, I can help you too: my biggest client had about 40k BTC to sell the forks.
A rough estimate is that you can get about 9% to 14% from the Bitcoin Cash fork, and about 1.4% from all the other forks. This is % of the BTC you had at the date of the fork.
I have done it for a lot of people, check my references (comments) on these posts:
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/81fky0/you_are_not_tech_savvy_or_you_dont_want_to_do_it/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7rndu6/i_can_sell_your_bcx_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now_sold_fo
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7ra6hx/i_can_sell_your_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now_sold_for_30/
https://np.reddit.com/CryptoCurrency/comments/7qkaio/i_can_sell_your_bitcoin_forks_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7qjyiu/i_can_sell_your_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now_sold_for_30/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7qcf7z/i_can_sell_your_btw_bitcoin_world_btf_bitcoin/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7q2698/i_can_sell_your_btf_now_5_commission/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinMarkets/comments/7q1jyx/i_can_sell_your_btw_now_5_commission/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7pxdlm/i_can_sell_your_btw_now_5_commission/
I have created a blockchain-based feedback system for this service, check this link for details:
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/8f489a/cryptosnake_fork_claim_and_sell_service/
Some coins now are worth a really small amount, specially if you only had little btc before the fork. Talk to me (PM) and we will see if it's worth selling (sometimes it's not enough to sell and withdraw from the exchange, but I can sometimes consolidate a few sales and do individual withdrawals from my wallet, with lower fees). We will agree on a fee/commission, usually between 5 and 10%.
Sample report sent during and on completion: https://imgur.com/a/e53ObT3
If it's worth the work, I'll claim/sell them for you, and if not, I'll point you in the right direction.
There's an absurd amount of forks now (forkdrop.io is a good site to check forks), but it seems that I can help you with these:
CLAM - CLAMS
BCH - Bitcoin Cash
BTG - Bitcoin Gold
BTX - BitCore
UBTC - United Bitcoin (Developers stole the users coins. If you have it, I can sell. Check ub.com/explorer)
BCD - Bitcoin Diamond
SBTC - Super Bitcoin
BCX - BitcoinX
BICC - BitClassic Coin (deposits not working anymore on the exchange)
BTP - Bitcoin Pay
BTW - Bitcoin World (Dead, network hashrate has come down to less than 1 block per day, and only exchange needs 120 confs)
LBTC - Lightning Bitcoin
BTF - Bitcoin Faith (Dead, network down, no more wallet on github)
BITE - BitEthereum
BTN - Bitcoin New (Dead. after coin hardforked, can only be sold at a korean exchange for 0.0000476 BTC each. As it is a 1:1 coin, I will not claim and sell it anymore)
FBTC - FastBitcoin
BCP - Bitcoin Cash Plus
B2X - Segwit2X
BPA - Bitcoin Pizza (dead, no more nodes running)
BTV - BitVote
BCI - Bitcoin Interest
BCA - Bitcoin Atom
BTCH - Bitcoin Hush
BTCP - Bitcoin Private
BCL - Bitcoin Clean
BBC - Big Bitcoin
GOD - Bitcoin God (not sellable yet)
BIFI - Bitcoin File
SEM - SEMUX (It was a registered airdrop, whoever got it, got it. I can sell it if you have it.)
XMC - Monero Classic
XMV - Monero V
Just PM me and we will talk. Cheers.
P.S: Please check my references (cryptosnake). This is a matter that involves trust, and you need to trust whoever you do business with. About my name, CryptoSnake, the "Snake" part is not an analogy or whatever. It was just a school nickname. :)
submitted by cryptosnake to BitcoinAirdrops [link] [comments]

I can help you claim and sell your BTC forked coins. Done forks of 62000 BTC+, more than 1.5 Million USD in BTC sent back to clients after the sales. DO NOT WAIT.

If you have Bitcoin, then you have a lot of other coins that came from the forks. I can help you claim and sell those.
Legacy addresses, Segwit addresses, multiple addresses from same seed, Ledger Nano, Trezor, Coinomi, Mycelium, whatever your wallet setup is, I can help you. If you are not tech savvy or just don't want the trouble, I can help you. If you are a whale, I can help you too: my biggest client had about 40k BTC to sell the forks.
A rough estimate is that you can get about 9% from the Bitcoin Cash fork, and about 0.5% from all the other forks. This is % of the BTC you had at the date of the fork.
DO NOT WAIT. Check below the list of dead coins. Everyday one of these dies, and some of these dead coins gave a LOT of money back to my clients.
Selling forked coins is a time-sensitive thing. Forked coins ALWAYS go down in price, sometimes the price drops 10 times in less than a week.
I have done it for a lot of people, check my references (comments) on these posts:
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/81fky0/you_are_not_tech_savvy_or_you_dont_want_to_do_it/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7rndu6/i_can_sell_your_bcx_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now_sold_fo
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7ra6hx/i_can_sell_your_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now_sold_for_30/
https://np.reddit.com/CryptoCurrency/comments/7qkaio/i_can_sell_your_bitcoin_forks_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7qjyiu/i_can_sell_your_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now_sold_for_30/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7qcf7z/i_can_sell_your_btw_bitcoin_world_btf_bitcoin/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7q2698/i_can_sell_your_btf_now_5_commission/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinMarkets/comments/7q1jyx/i_can_sell_your_btw_now_5_commission/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7pxdlm/i_can_sell_your_btw_now_5_commission/
I have created a blockchain-based feedback system for this service, check this link for details:
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/8f489a/cryptosnake_fork_claim_and_sell_service/
Some coins now are worth a really small amount, specially if you only had little btc before the fork. Talk to me (PM) and we will see if it's worth selling (sometimes it's not enough to sell and withdraw from the exchange, but I can sometimes consolidate a few sales and do individual withdrawals from my wallet, with lower fees).
It's good to say that its becoming harder and harder to sell and withdraw "small" amounts of BTC (like 200, 300), because of the price drops and withdrawal fees on the exchanges. Sometime I can get together groups of people and do a group claim, but these are becoming scarce as well. I'll try though.
The fee for sale at exchanges I'm KYC'd and verified is 5%, and the fee for claiming the fork coins and selling is 10%.
Sample report sent during and on completion: https://imgur.com/a/e53ObT3
If it's worth the work, I'll claim/sell them for you, and if not, I'll point you in the right direction.
There's an absurd amount of forks now (forkdrop.io is a good site to check forks), but it seems that I can help you with these:
CLAM - CLAMS
BCH - Bitcoin Cash
BTG - Bitcoin Gold
BTX - BitCore
BCD - Bitcoin Diamond
BCX - BitcoinX
B2X - Segwit2X (its been difficult to sell small batches, now needs hundreds to be sellable)
BCI - Bitcoin Interest
BCA - Bitcoin Atom
BTCP - Bitcoin Private
GOD - Bitcoin God (No exchanges/buy orders yet... oh god, when will this happen? haha)
BIFI - Bitcoin File
SEM - SEMUX (It was a registered airdrop, whoever got it, got it. I can sell it if you have it.)
XMC - Monero Classic
XMV - Monero V
UBTC - United Bitcoin (Developers stole the users coins. If you have it, I can sell. Check ub.com/explorer)
SBTC - Super Bitcoin (Deposits offline on all exchanges, pending something on the network. May come back)
BICC - BitClassic Coin (deposits not working anymore on the exchange)
BTP - Bitcoin Pay (Deposits offline on all exchanges)
BTW - Bitcoin World (Dead, network hashrate has come down to less than 1 block per day, and only exchange needs 120 confs)
LBTC - Lightning Bitcoin (Coins not claimable anymore as per network consensus of the new coin)
BTF - Bitcoin Faith (Dead, network down, no more wallet on github)
BITE - BitEthereum (blah)
BTN - Bitcoin New (Dead. after coin hardforked, can only be sold at a korean exchange for 0.0000476 BTC each. As it is a 1:1 coin, I will not claim and sell it anymore)
FBTC - FastBitcoin (not worth doing anymore, too much trouble for only a little cash)
BCP - Bitcoin Cash Plus (never sold this, dunno if its dead)
BPA - Bitcoin Pizza (dead, no more nodes running)
BTV - BitVote (its been difficult to sell small batches, now needs hundreds to be sellable)
BTCH - Bitcoin Hush (never sold this, dunno if its dead)
BCL - Bitcoin Clean (seems dead as deposits are halted, reason "hacker" on yobit)
BBC - Big Bitcoin (Only shady exchange, worth 0.30 USD for each bitcoin (0.03/BBC)
Just PM me and we will talk. Cheers.
P.S: Please check my references (cryptosnake). This is a matter that involves trust, and you need to trust whoever you do business with. About my name, CryptoSnake, the "Snake" part is not an analogy or whatever. It was just a school nickname. :)
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I can help you claim and sell your BTC forked coins. Done forks of 62000 BTC+, more than 1.5 Million USD in BTC sent back to clients after the sales. PRICES GOING DOWN, DO NOT WAIT.

If you have Bitcoin, then you have a lot of other coins that came from the forks. I can help you claim and sell those.
Legacy addresses, Segwit addresses, multiple addresses from same seed, Ledger Nano, Trezor, Coinomi, Mycelium, whatever your wallet setup is, I can help you. If you are not tech savvy or just don't want the trouble, I can help you. If you are a whale, I can help you too: my biggest client had about 40k BTC to sell the forks.
A rough estimate is that you can get about 9% from the Bitcoin Cash fork, and about 0.5% from all the other forks. This is % of the BTC you had at the date of the fork.
DO NOT WAIT. Check below the list of dead coins. Everyday one of these dies, and some of these dead coins gave a LOT of money back to my clients.
Selling forked coins is a time-sensitive thing. Forked coins ALWAYS go down in price, sometimes the price drops 10 times in less than a week.
I have done it for a lot of people, check my references (comments) on these posts:
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/81fky0/you_are_not_tech_savvy_or_you_dont_want_to_do_it/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7rndu6/i_can_sell_your_bcx_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now_sold_fo
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7ra6hx/i_can_sell_your_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now_sold_for_30/
https://np.reddit.com/CryptoCurrency/comments/7qkaio/i_can_sell_your_bitcoin_forks_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7qjyiu/i_can_sell_your_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now_sold_for_30/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7qcf7z/i_can_sell_your_btw_bitcoin_world_btf_bitcoin/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7q2698/i_can_sell_your_btf_now_5_commission/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinMarkets/comments/7q1jyx/i_can_sell_your_btw_now_5_commission/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7pxdlm/i_can_sell_your_btw_now_5_commission/
I have created a blockchain-based feedback system for this service, check this link for details:
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/8f489a/cryptosnake_fork_claim_and_sell_service/
Some coins now are worth a really small amount, specially if you only had little btc before the fork. Talk to me (PM) and we will see if it's worth selling (sometimes it's not enough to sell and withdraw from the exchange, but I can sometimes consolidate a few sales and do individual withdrawals from my wallet, with lower fees).
It's good to say that its becoming harder and harder to sell and withdraw "small" amounts of BTC (like 200, 300), because of the price drops and withdrawal fees on the exchanges. Sometime I can get together groups of people and do a group claim, but these are becoming scarce as well. I'll try though.
The fee for sale at exchanges I'm KYC'd and verified is 5%, and the fee for claiming the fork coins and selling is 10%.
Sample report sent during and on completion: https://imgur.com/a/e53ObT3
If it's worth the work, I'll claim/sell them for you, and if not, I'll point you in the right direction.
There's an absurd amount of forks now (forkdrop.io is a good site to check forks), but it seems that I can help you with these:
CLAM - CLAMS
BCH - Bitcoin Cash
BTG - Bitcoin Gold
BTX - BitCore
BCD - Bitcoin Diamond
BCX - BitcoinX
B2X - Segwit2X (its been difficult to sell small batches, now needs hundreds to be sellable)
BCI - Bitcoin Interest
BCA - Bitcoin Atom
BTCP - Bitcoin Private
GOD - Bitcoin God (No exchanges/buy orders yet... oh god, when will this happen? haha)
BIFI - Bitcoin File
SEM - SEMUX (It was a registered airdrop, whoever got it, got it. I can sell it if you have it.)
XMC - Monero Classic
XMV - Monero V
UBTC - United Bitcoin (Developers stole the users coins. If you have it, I can sell. Check ub.com/explorer)
SBTC - Super Bitcoin (Deposits offline on all exchanges, pending something on the network. May come back)
BICC - BitClassic Coin (deposits not working anymore on the exchange)
BTP - Bitcoin Pay (Deposits offline on all exchanges)
BTW - Bitcoin World (Dead, network hashrate has come down to less than 1 block per day, and only exchange needs 120 confs)
LBTC - Lightning Bitcoin (Coins not claimable anymore as per network consensus of the new coin)
BTF - Bitcoin Faith (Dead, network down, no more wallet on github)
BITE - BitEthereum (blah)
BTN - Bitcoin New (Dead. after coin hardforked, can only be sold at a korean exchange for 0.0000476 BTC each. As it is a 1:1 coin, I will not claim and sell it anymore)
FBTC - FastBitcoin (not worth doing anymore, too much trouble for only a little cash)
BCP - Bitcoin Cash Plus (never sold this, dunno if its dead)
BPA - Bitcoin Pizza (dead, no more nodes running)
BTV - BitVote (its been difficult to sell small batches, now needs hundreds to be sellable)
BTCH - Bitcoin Hush (never sold this, dunno if its dead)
BCL - Bitcoin Clean (seems dead as deposits are halted, reason "hacker" on yobit)
BBC - Big Bitcoin (Only shady exchange, worth 0.30 USD for each bitcoin (0.03/BBC)
Just PM me and we will talk. Cheers.
P.S: Please check my references (cryptosnake). This is a matter that involves trust, and you need to trust whoever you do business with. About my name, CryptoSnake, the "Snake" part is not an analogy or whatever. It was just a school nickname. :)
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[SELL YOUR BIFI 0.00135 per BTC as of now] I can help you claim and sell your BTC or MONERO forked coins. Done forks of 62000 BTC+, more than 1.5 Million USD in BTC sent back to clients after the sales.

If you have Bitcoin, then you have a lot of other coins that came from the forks. I can help you claim and sell those.
Legacy addresses, Segwit addresses, multiple addresses from same seed, Ledger Nano, Trezor, Coinomi, Mycelium, whatever your wallet setup is, I can help you. If you are not tech savvy or just don't want the trouble, I can help you. If you are a whale, I can help you too: my biggest client had about 40k BTC to sell the forks.
A rough estimate is that you can get about 9% to 14% from the Bitcoin Cash fork, and about 1.4% from all the other forks. This is % of the BTC you had at the date of the fork.
I have done it for a lot of people, check my references (comments) on these posts:
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/81fky0/you_are_not_tech_savvy_or_you_dont_want_to_do_it/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7rndu6/i_can_sell_your_bcx_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now_sold_fo
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7ra6hx/i_can_sell_your_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now_sold_for_30/
https://np.reddit.com/CryptoCurrency/comments/7qkaio/i_can_sell_your_bitcoin_forks_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7qjyiu/i_can_sell_your_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now_sold_for_30/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7qcf7z/i_can_sell_your_btw_bitcoin_world_btf_bitcoin/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7q2698/i_can_sell_your_btf_now_5_commission/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinMarkets/comments/7q1jyx/i_can_sell_your_btw_now_5_commission/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7pxdlm/i_can_sell_your_btw_now_5_commission/
I have created a blockchain-based feedback system for this service, check this link for details:
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/8f489a/cryptosnake_fork_claim_and_sell_service/
Some coins now are worth a really small amount, specially if you only had little btc before the fork. Talk to me (PM) and we will see if it's worth selling (sometimes it's not enough to sell and withdraw from the exchange, but I can sometimes consolidate a few sales and do individual withdrawals from my wallet, with lower fees). We will agree on a fee/commission, usually between 5 and 10%.
Sample report sent during and on completion: https://imgur.com/a/e53ObT3
If it's worth the work, I'll claim/sell them for you, and if not, I'll point you in the right direction.
There's an absurd amount of forks now (forkdrop.io is a good site to check forks), but it seems that I can help you with these:
CLAM - CLAMS
BCH - Bitcoin Cash
BTG - Bitcoin Gold
BTX - BitCore
UBTC - United Bitcoin (Developers stole the users coins. If you have it, I can sell. Check ub.com/explorer)
BCD - Bitcoin Diamond
SBTC - Super Bitcoin
BCX - BitcoinX
BICC - BitClassic Coin
BTP - Bitcoin Pay
BTW - Bitcoin World (Dead, network has not found any blocks since 2018-05-28)
LBTC - Lightning Bitcoin
BTF - Bitcoin Faith (Dead, network down, no more wallet on github)
BITE - BitEthereum
BTN - Bitcoin New (Dead. after coin hardforked, can only be sold at a korean exchange for 0.0000476 BTC each. As it is a 1:1 coin, I will not claim and sell it anymore)
FBTC - FastBitcoin
BCP - Bitcoin Cash Plus
B2X - Segwit2X
BPA - Bitcoin Pizza
BTV - BitVote
BCI - Bitcoin Interest
BCA - Bitcoin Atom
BTCH - Bitcoin Hush
BTCP - Bitcoin Private
BCL - Bitcoin Clean
BBC - Big Bitcoin
GOD - Bitcoin God (not sellable yet)
BIFI - Bitcoin File
SEM - SEMUX (It was a registered airdrop, whoever got it, got it. I can sell it if you have it.)
XMC - Monero Classic
XMV - Monero V
Just PM me and we will talk. Cheers.
P.S: Please check my references (cryptosnake). This is a matter that involves trust, and you need to trust whoever you do business with. About my name, CryptoSnake, the "Snake" part is not an analogy or whatever. It was just a school nickname. :)
submitted by cryptosnake to BitcoinAirdrops [link] [comments]

I can help you claim and sell your BTC or MONERO forked coins. Done forks of 62000 BTC+, more than 1.5 Million USD in BTC sent back to clients after the sales.

If you have Bitcoin, then you have a lot of other coins that came from the forks. I can help you claim and sell those.
Legacy addresses, Segwit addresses, multiple addresses from same seed, Ledger Nano, Trezor, Coinomi, Mycelium, whatever your wallet setup is, I can help you. If you are not tech savvy or just don't want the trouble, I can help you. If you are a whale, I can help you too: my biggest client had about 40k BTC to sell the forks.
A rough estimate is that you can get about 9% to 14% from the Bitcoin Cash fork, and about 1.4% from all the other forks. This is % of the BTC you had at the date of the fork.
I have done it for a lot of people, check my references (comments) on these posts:
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/81fky0/you_are_not_tech_savvy_or_you_dont_want_to_do_it/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7rndu6/i_can_sell_your_bcx_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now_sold_fo
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7ra6hx/i_can_sell_your_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now_sold_for_30/
https://np.reddit.com/CryptoCurrency/comments/7qkaio/i_can_sell_your_bitcoin_forks_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7qjyiu/i_can_sell_your_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now_sold_for_30/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7qcf7z/i_can_sell_your_btw_bitcoin_world_btf_bitcoin/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7q2698/i_can_sell_your_btf_now_5_commission/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinMarkets/comments/7q1jyx/i_can_sell_your_btw_now_5_commission/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7pxdlm/i_can_sell_your_btw_now_5_commission/
I have created a blockchain-based feedback system for this service, check this link for details:
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/8f489a/cryptosnake_fork_claim_and_sell_service/
Some coins now are worth a really small amount, specially if you only had little btc before the fork. Talk to me (PM) and we will see if it's worth selling (sometimes it's not enough to sell and withdraw from the exchange, but I can sometimes consolidate a few sales and do individual withdrawals from my wallet, with lower fees). We will agree on a fee/commission, usually between 5 and 10%.
Sample report sent during and on completion: https://imgur.com/a/e53ObT3
If it's worth the work, I'll claim/sell them for you, and if not, I'll point you in the right direction.
There's an absurd amount of forks now (forkdrop.io is a good site to check forks), but it seems that I can help you with these:
CLAM - CLAMS
BCH - Bitcoin Cash
BTG - Bitcoin Gold
BTX - BitCore
UBTC - United Bitcoin (Developers stole the users coins. If you have it, I can sell. Check ub.com/explorer)
BCD - Bitcoin Diamond
SBTC - Super Bitcoin
BCX - BitcoinX
BICC - BitClassic Coin
BTP - Bitcoin Pay
BTW - Bitcoin World (Dead, network has not found any blocks since 2018-05-28)
LBTC - Lightning Bitcoin
BTF - Bitcoin Faith (Dead, network down, no more wallet on github)
BITE - BitEthereum
BTN - Bitcoin New (Dead. after coin hardforked, can only be sold at a korean exchange for 0.0000476 BTC each. As it is a 1:1 coin, I will not claim and sell it anymore)
FBTC - FastBitcoin
BCP - Bitcoin Cash Plus
B2X - Segwit2X
BPA - Bitcoin Pizza
BTV - BitVote
BCI - Bitcoin Interest
BCA - Bitcoin Atom
BTCH - Bitcoin Hush
BTCP - Bitcoin Private
BCL - Bitcoin Clean
BBC - Big Bitcoin
GOD - Bitcoin God (not sellable yet)
SEM - SEMUX (It was a registered airdrop, whoever got it, got it. I can sell it if you have it.)
XMC - Monero Classic
XMV - Monero V
Just PM me and we will talk. Cheers.
P.S: Please check my references (cryptosnake). This is a matter that involves trust, and you need to trust whoever you do business with. About my name, CryptoSnake, the "Snake" part is not an analogy or whatever. It was just a school nickname. :)
submitted by cryptosnake to BitcoinAirdrops [link] [comments]

I can help you claim and sell your BTC or MONERO forked coins. Done forks of 62000 BTC+, more than 1.5 Million USD in BTC sent back to clients after the sales.

If you have Bitcoin, then you have a lot of other coins that came from the forks. I can help you claim and sell those.
Legacy addresses, Segwit addresses, multiple addresses from same seed, Ledger Nano, Trezor, Coinomi, Mycelium, whatever your wallet setup is, I can help you. If you are not tech savvy or just don't want the trouble, I can help you. If you are a whale, I can help you too: my biggest client had about 40k BTC to sell the forks.
A rough estimate is that you can get about 9% from the Bitcoin Cash fork, and about 0.8% from all the other forks. This is % of the BTC you had at the date of the fork.
Selling forked coins is a time-sensitive thing. Forked coins ALWAYS go down in price, sometimes the price drops 10 times in less than a week.
I have done it for a lot of people, check my references (comments) on these posts:
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/81fky0/you_are_not_tech_savvy_or_you_dont_want_to_do_it/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7rndu6/i_can_sell_your_bcx_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now_sold_fo
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7ra6hx/i_can_sell_your_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now_sold_for_30/
https://np.reddit.com/CryptoCurrency/comments/7qkaio/i_can_sell_your_bitcoin_forks_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7qjyiu/i_can_sell_your_btw_btf_or_fbtc_now_sold_for_30/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7qcf7z/i_can_sell_your_btw_bitcoin_world_btf_bitcoin/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7q2698/i_can_sell_your_btf_now_5_commission/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinMarkets/comments/7q1jyx/i_can_sell_your_btw_now_5_commission/
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/7pxdlm/i_can_sell_your_btw_now_5_commission/
I have created a blockchain-based feedback system for this service, check this link for details:
https://np.reddit.com/BitcoinAirdrops/comments/8f489a/cryptosnake_fork_claim_and_sell_service/
Some coins now are worth a really small amount, specially if you only had little btc before the fork. Talk to me (PM) and we will see if it's worth selling (sometimes it's not enough to sell and withdraw from the exchange, but I can sometimes consolidate a few sales and do individual withdrawals from my wallet, with lower fees).
The fee for sale at exchanges I'm KYC'd and verified is 5%, and the fee for claiming the fork coins and selling is 10%.
Sample report sent during and on completion: https://imgur.com/a/e53ObT3
If it's worth the work, I'll claim/sell them for you, and if not, I'll point you in the right direction.
There's an absurd amount of forks now (forkdrop.io is a good site to check forks), but it seems that I can help you with these:
CLAM - CLAMS
BCH - Bitcoin Cash
BTG - Bitcoin Gold
BTX - BitCore
UBTC - United Bitcoin (Developers stole the users coins. If you have it, I can sell. Check ub.com/explorer)
BCD - Bitcoin Diamond
SBTC - Super Bitcoin
BCX - BitcoinX
BICC - BitClassic Coin (deposits not working anymore on the exchange)
BTP - Bitcoin Pay
BTW - Bitcoin World (Dead, network hashrate has come down to less than 1 block per day, and only exchange needs 120 confs)
LBTC - Lightning Bitcoin
BTF - Bitcoin Faith (Dead, network down, no more wallet on github)
BITE - BitEthereum
BTN - Bitcoin New (Dead. after coin hardforked, can only be sold at a korean exchange for 0.0000476 BTC each. As it is a 1:1 coin, I will not claim and sell it anymore)
FBTC - FastBitcoin (not worth doing anymore, too much trouble for only a little cash)
BCP - Bitcoin Cash Plus
B2X - Segwit2X (its been difficult to sell small batches, now needs hundreds to be sellable)
BPA - Bitcoin Pizza (dead, no more nodes running)
BTV - BitVote (its been difficult to sell small batches, now needs hundreds to be sellable)
BCI - Bitcoin Interest (coin is undergoing a fork that will happen soon, deposits at exchanges halted, but will be sellable after that)
BCA - Bitcoin Atom
BTCH - Bitcoin Hush
BTCP - Bitcoin Private
BCL - Bitcoin Clean
BBC - Big Bitcoin
GOD - Bitcoin God (not sellable yet)
BIFI - Bitcoin File
SEM - SEMUX (It was a registered airdrop, whoever got it, got it. I can sell it if you have it.)
XMC - Monero Classic
XMV - Monero V
Just PM me and we will talk. Cheers.
P.S: Please check my references (cryptosnake). This is a matter that involves trust, and you need to trust whoever you do business with. About my name, CryptoSnake, the "Snake" part is not an analogy or whatever. It was just a school nickname. :)
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Free Transactions

I bought bitcoin in the paradigm of free transactions being included whenever and moderate fee transactions being included next block. That has already changed with htting the max block size.
Thorbinator in /btc at https://www.reddit.com/btc/comments/3wnb3t/is_it_rbtc_or_rbigblocks/cxxu4gu
PSA: Mining code change in Bitcoin Core is eliminating free/low fee transaction confirmation
The free transaction system in Bitcoin is a beautiful thing. The miners are already getting paid well through block rewards and as long as the cap isn't being hit, there's not a particular disincentive to include it, so a lot of miners end up including them "just because" since it's built into the system by default and makes some sense (they're mining the coins too; it's nice to be able to move them freely or at least cheaply (they often generate some of the largest transactions and thus end up paying fees themselves regularly unless they deliberately mine their own transactions instead of paying fees)).
All clonecoins (with the possible exception of LTC at some very peak times, but AFAIK they're still generally far below cap and thus not affected either) still have this. Although, actually, come to think of it, DOGE has already changed away from this themselves iirc: They have a minimum transaction fee of 1 DOGE I thought, and it accumulates with 1 DOGE being the basic unit for fees, part of why fractional DOGE aren't tipped.
So what are the best clonecoins to give good free transaction support? We would want to have a shorter block time (1 min if possible; 2.5 min acceptable) in my opinion to increase throughput and consistency of performance. We would not want it to be facing current demand with an insistence on maintaining the cap (excludes LTC). We would not want it to have already made moves to higher transaction fees (excludes DOGE).
Interlude: why clonecoins?
The block size cap is exactly where clonecoins can shine: what is fundamentally a quibble upstream means that having code which is substantially similar is an advantage: the upstream code is trusted and reliable, with known faults which can be anticipated and mitigated and fixed with small, easy changes. There's a substantial base of code and knowledge which supports the same technology and be trivially (compared to original development) imported.
There's also the classic gold:silver:copper argument which I find quite convincing and also illustrated in the current case. Consider transaction fees: as we go from BTC to LTC to DOGE we reduce transaction fees but also reduce marketcap, liquidity, and long-term "certainty". Essentially we pay something else in exchange for these reduced fees, which is taking a risk holding something which isn't gold.
I think an issue like "Free Transactions" is an excellent one upon which to make a stand. I think it is clearly reasonable to allow a hodler to be able to move their coins every couple weeks or so for free or cheaply, just as a basic courtesy, and within a few months at absolute worst case and to work hard to avoid facing a situation where could not in practice be moved quickly with low to moderate fees (1 hour being slow, 10 minutes being reasonable, 1 minute or less being faster than needed generally but nice). In practice, it's nice if free transactions can work practically every block, or at least every hour, but I think that's probably unlikely to be possible in the long-term for a popular coin.
And it just makes for a lot of nice use-cases which otherwise aren't possible, things which are considered "spam" by some upstream networks: colored coins, dust, tests, whatever it may be. I think it's great for people to be able to play around with their coins. If they want to make some dust and the miners have the excess capacity to mine it, so be it. There are enough solutions in place or already planned upstream for dealing with chain / utxo pruning and efficiency that I think it can be easily handled.
If BTC wants to turn away demand, everyone else should be preparing for rain rather than planning to following such a brilliant upstream strategy. This has been the best thing to happen for LTC since, well BTC. And LTC hasn't even really done much to encourage long-term adoption on that basis, given that there are stated plans not to raise the block cap. DOGE as mentioned already has minimum fees but otherwise is a relatively good choice in this respect (1 DOGE minimum fee being like 30 satoshi right now is not a crazy amount to contemplate; even at "large" 20 DOGE transaction fee <1000 satoshi transaction fee looks to be rather competitive with a normal BTC transaction fee for the near future at leats).
So, attempting to answer my own question by going down the coinmarketcap rankings (market cap as rough approximation for liquidity / market strength which is certainly another important store-of-value consideration, although it has important drawbacks as well, not addressed herein) and ruling out anything that's not a fairly basic clonecoin, just for the purposes of looking for "Bitcoin with actual commitment to free transactions" among top clonecoins:
  1. Bitcoin - nope
  2. Ripple - not a clone
  3. Litecoin - not dedicated to free transactions (not raising cap)
  4. Ethereum - not a clone
  5. Dash - not a clone (arguable, but going to consider it out of scope here)
  6. Dogecoin - not dedicated to free transactions (still good for cheap transactions)
  7. Stellar - not a clone (of Bitcoin)
  8. Peercoin - worth consideration; its market cap is almost $10 million. It has PoS instead of PoW, which is generally considered either a significant advantage or a significant disadvantage depending on who you ask. I'm not certain of their transaction fee policy, but iirc apart from PoS they stayed pretty much a true clonecoin, so if it's still got the old Bitcoin free transaction rules, it's good.
  9. BitShares - not a clone
  10. MaidSafeCoin - not a clone
  11. Nxt - not a clone
  12. Namecoin - interesting. $6 million marketcap. Basically just the old, standard BTC clone. Weird, from what I'm seeing on the last few blocks on the explorer linked from coinmarketcap, the only transactions I see are 100% fees and most of the operations are naming (which makes some sense, but I would've thought I'd see some transactions too). Hmm: "Block validation is extended to reject transactions that do not follow the above rules" ...they can't have just removed normal transactions, right? And in their faq they say "The standard transaction fee is 0.005 NMC.", so perhaps I just didn't see any "normal transactions" in those blocks. That would be about a 500 satoshi transaction fee. Also, bonus holy shit from that thread: "As I said in the BitDNS discussion, hard-limiting the network-wide number of registrations will fail. If 50 domains are produced per block, then what happens when more than 50 domains are needed per 10 minutes? Prices will become uncompetitive and the system will lose popularity." - theymos
  13. Bytecoin - Large supply coin, which might be good for this. $5 million market cap; 7 sat unit price. And transactions on a recent block with 0.01 BCN fees So with (far) less than 1 satoshi transactions, I think that would be the closest to "free transactions" so far in this list. Perhaps this also explains some of its popularity. Oh, oops, I hadn't remembered / realized that this was based on CryptoNote, Not technically a clonecoin then. Otherwise looks like a very good contender for "cheap transactions", although possibly not "free transactions".
  14. Monero - not technically a clonecoin (of Bitcoin).
  15. NuShares - not a clonecoin
  16. Rubycoin - Don't really know anything here but coinmarketcap has it marked as not-mineable. It's gone from being a <2000 satoshi coin to being around a 45000 satoshi coin from August to now. Strangely the last 100 blocks only had 2 transactions in each block, which I think with this type of PoS is the minimum. Another block just generated with 3 transactions. Okay, so they have a 0.0001 RBY transaction fee, which would be 4.5 satoshi at this point.
  17. GridCoin - I'm going to go with "not a clonecoin" here, but I'll look at it anyhow because I like it. ~$3.6 million market cap, which ain't bad. I can't quickly find the transaction fees here. A guess of 0.0001 would put it at 0.2 satoshi transactions which would be fairly impressive for cheap transactions. I don't see any immediate references to free transactions though.
  18. Clams - not a clonecoin
  19. EmerCoin - Given the cool stuff they're talking about on their homepage, I'm going to take the easy way out for this one and say "not a clonecoin" (I'm curious to look into this coin more later).
  20. BlackCoin - Not a clonecoin
  21. Counterparty - Not a clonecoin
  22. NeuCoin - Not a clonecoin
  23. YbCoin - Not a clonecoin
  24. CoinoUSD - Not a clonecoin
  25. MonaCoin - $1.5 million marketcap, 13k sat coin. Oh, apparently it's a cat clonecoin. And apparently at the time it was the third. I had no idea; cool! Well, with 0.001 MONA fees, that's 13 satoshi fees.
Alright, that's more than enough for this installment of what was originally going to be a reply in /btc, then turned into a post for /cryptocurrency. If people show some interest, I'll definitely go through more of the top market cap coins looking for any clonecoins which have a commitment to free transactions. So far I'd say I haven't seen any in the top 25 on coinmarketcap, but I could certainly be missing something, and if so, please feel free to let me know!
Also, we need a rambling / rant flair. I will suggest that now.
Edit: Apparently AutoModerator had labeled this spam. ;-( Using my new powers to declare it's not spam.
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