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Why cant Kraken simply receive full access to Alice account which she is willing to give. Kraken does not have to give Alice the private key. Kraken can create a wallet if that is really necessary or use a wallet that is already created which they have full access too, send the bitcoin to the wallet and then send it from the wallet to Alice BTC deposit account, give the Admin of Alice's Kraken account back to Alice's, therefore, No private key was given to Alice, security is still fully secure, Alice has the Bitcoin in her BTC account now. Alice pays Kraken for there services. Kraken is happy, Alice is happy. Why is this plan difficult?

  • Your question is very unclear. Can you please make it easier to read and understand what you are actually asking? What service is kraken providing? For what coin? – Andrew Chow Dec 24 '17 at 17:13
  • This question is referring to if you send a bitcoin from your wallet, accidentally to your BCH/BCC deposit address instead of your BTC deposit address in your Kraken account. how can you get Kraken to help you retrieve it without having them to give you the private key? – nomadCsailor Dec 24 '17 at 20:21
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Basically they don't have enough staff with security clearance to handle manual cross-chain recoveries. So only substantial amount will be considered.

It is Kraken's policy not to engage in efforts of recovery where BCH is sent to an XBT address or XBT is sent to a BCH address. Our last three blog posts have emphasized this point. Also, as you said, recovering your XBT funds will require manually handling the private keys associated to your BCH deposit address. Kraken has extensive security policies and procedures in place to ensure the safety of our customers' and our own funds. This means that the access to any private keys associated with any funds is extremely limited.

Source: https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/6vpuy5/14_of_my_btc_held_in_limbo_at_kraken/

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