Beware of Bitcoin's possible incompatibility with some major services - 11 October 2017 (Bitcoin.org)
A subsection of the Bitcoin economy including prominent businesses such as Coinbase, Xapo, and BitPay have signed an agreement to adopt and implement a contentious hard fork of Bitcoin in November. A hard fork is a backwards incompatible change to the Bitcoin network. This hard fork is not supported by the majority of the Bitcoin users and developers and is therefore a contentious hard fork. By adopting this hard fork, we believe the supporters of this agreement are shifting their users to an alternative currency (an altcoin) which is incompatible with Bitcoin.
A testnet bitcoin is one which can be invoked by typing the right things at a terminal to create tokens for testing other aspects of the cryptocurrency such as network connectivity, peer to peer routing tables, and all that stuff without spending anything valuable in a test transaction.
They were never intended to be a tradeable store of value as they never were created from diligent blockchain verification consensus by thousands of nodes.
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You only have one bitcoin deposit address and it does not change. Make sure it is your Bitcoin (BTC) deposit address that you use to send BTC here and NOT the deposit address for one of the altcoins with a similar name or address format (eg: bitcoinscrypt, bitcoinplus, bitcoincash) as you will lose your coins if you send to the wrong address and they will not arrive in your account.
You can find your BTC deposit address here:
I would like to bring my bitcoins from another website wallet into Cryptopia
On your website I clicked on Deposit and a deposit address was created.
And I did it twice thinking the number would be the same but now I have two deposit address numbers.
What is the significance of that and which one do I use.
I'm assuming I now go to my wallet on the website where my bitcoin is located and use the deposit address that Cryptopia created and the bitcoins will be transferred?