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I transferred some bitcoin from my coinbase account to another exchange to purchase some ethereum. At that time coinbase did not have ethereum. However, I do not remember the exchange that I used. I have the exchange password written down in a secure location so if I can track which exchange I sent it to I can recover the ETH. The transfer from coinbase is listed on the coinbase website. Is there a way for me to use the wallet ID which I sent the BTC to to find out which exchange is holding my ETH?

Thanks in advance for your assistance in helping me overcome my own disorganization.

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Man, maybe the answer will shock you, but... your amount of crypto is probably lost. I say ''probably'' and not for sure. the options may be 2: 1. the transaction was too small, so miners didn't pick it 2. it's fault of the exchange I don't suggest you to use coinbase, I suggest you buy on spectrocoin -> https://spectrocoin.com/en/ And to trade from crypto to crypto using Binance -> https://www.binance.com/?ref=16821839 Anyway here's a guide to choose the best exchange -> https://medium.com/@bitfinexed/coinbase-insider-trading-litecoin-edition-be64ead3facc

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