Ethereum Classic (ETC) is supported in Ginco from version 1.7.0.
Please check the following items to learn more about ETC.
How ETC is different from Ethereum(ETH)
ETC was first created when Ethereum (ETH) community executed the blockchain hard fork after "The DAO attack" back in 2016.
*Please search by "The DAO attack" on the internet for further details.
Please be careful not to make mistakes with ETC and ETH addresses upon sending and receiving ETC.
How to recover your assets when you have mistaken ETC and ETH address
In case you have made mistake with sending/receiving address, you can retrieve your tokens from the following instructions.
◎When you Sent ETC to ETH address
In order to see where your ETC have gone to, please use your Ethereum Classic private key to another wallet (ClassicEtherWallet).
Please follow the instructions below.
■How to check your private key
Please copy the ETC private key in Ginco. We will use this private key in the next step.
To know how to check your private key, please see the link below.
*The URL above only explains how to check the ETH private keys, not for ETC. Please be careful.
■Migration to MyEtherWallet
1. Open MyEtherWallet
2. Click "Send Ether/Token"
3. Put a check next to "Private key"
4. Paste the ETC Private Key you have copied earlier
5. Click "Unlock"
6. Now you can check your ETH balance
7. Send to correct ETH address
Please check the following URL for further information.
*The URL above only explains how to check the ETH private keys. Please be aware.
Please double check the receiving address and currency name before sending tokens.