In order to access your Bitcoin Private, you must have access to your private keys. Any wallet which gives you ownership of your private keys will allow you to access your Bitcoin Private.
Exodus is an example of a wallet which enables users to access their private keys.
Note: Exodus does not currently support Zclassic. In addition, they have not confirmed support for Bitcoin Private as of the time of publishing.
The purpose of this tutorial is to inform Bitcoin-holders about the process of exporting their private keys, in order to access their Bitcoin Private.
Step 1: Enter Exodus
The first step to enter Exodus is to enter your password.
Step 2: Export Private Keys
Next, you will want to export the Private Key for Bitcoin.
To access the menu:
Windows & Linux: SHIFT + CTRL + D
Mac: Located next to the Apple Icon.
Step 3: Confirm that you would like to export your Private Keys
Exodus will ask you to confirm that you would really like to export your private keys. As they mention; keep your private keys safe!
Step 4: Successfully exported Private Keys
You will be notified that the keys have been succesfully exported. They are exported to an unencrypted file .csv, the location is mentioned in this screen.
You are able to open this file with spreadsheet software such as Microsoft Excel, though Notepad and similar applications also work.
Step 5: Import Private Keys into the BTCP Electrum Wallet
For this step, please visit this guide.