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Bitcoin : Should coins be moved from bitcoin.com wallet to prepare for Nov. 15th

Bitcoin : Should coins be moved from bitcoin.com wallet to prepare for Nov. 15th



Does anyone know if there are any plans to be able to split coins if they are kept in the [bitcoin.com](https://bitcoin.com) wallet? Please keep in mind I am thinking about this as a bystander rather than someone on one side or the other.

After reading about the fork/hash war on Nov. 15th it looks like Electron Cash may be the safest option for storing coins. I saw that the electron devs have made a coin splitting tool already ([https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/9ul7mp/electron_cash_coin_splitting_tool_for_nov_2018/](https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/9ul7mp/electron_cash_coin_splitting_tool_for_nov_2018/)). If [bitcoin.com](https://bitcoin.com) or other wallets will be implementing similar tools I’d like to know about them too.

Thanks in advance! I appreciate all the knowledge shared in this community!




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