I've sent my BTC to a new address, then imported the private key to BCH wallet from my previous BTC address. In the BCH wallet, I see the same transaction done, and thus there 0 BCH balance. How do I get my BCH in this case? The transactions was made in 5 of august.

  • Is your wallet fully synchronized? Bitcoin ABC follows Bitcoin rules until it is caught up to the hard fork height. – Murch Aug 10 '17 at 16:49

What BCH wallet are you using? I've seen this problem in Electron Cash when it is connected to a BTC server (basically you are still seeing the BTC tx even when using a BCH wallet). If this is your case then make sure you disable automatic server selection and connect to a BCH server.

You can use any Bitcoin Cash explorer (e.g. Blockdozer) to confirm your address has non-zero BCH balance.

  • Hi, thanks for your ansker. Acording to blockdozer they are there. Im using Bitcoin ABC, how can i select the server? Thanks in advance. – bombix Aug 10 '17 at 23:19
  • Did you sync Bitcoin ABC from scratch or did you reuse the blockchain from a Bitcoin Core node after the fork? – Paul Aug 11 '17 at 15:22
  • I reused the bitcoin core that i already had installed. I fallowed this tutorial: youtube.com/watch?v=XaRWNdRW9kE&feature=youtu.be – bombix Aug 12 '17 at 22:38
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    Your blockchain may have invalid BCH blocks. Try running the following command: invalidateblock 00000000000000000019f112ec0a9982926f1258cdcc558dd7c3b7e5dc7fa148 – Paul Aug 14 '17 at 13:31

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