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How to decrypted my wallet.dat (Yes, I know the password) so i can see my private key? if anyone can help there is 1 LTC for them

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  • If this was Bitcoin core you would enter the password and use dumpwallet from the console or cli May 4 at 8:30
  • why is my comment deleted/ disabled?
    – Al Mos
    May 5 at 2:35
  • You're posting comments as answers. They're being converted to actual comments (which you don't have permission to create yourself, presumably). May 5 at 2:38
  • @RedGrittyBrick: you may have misunderstood me i want to decrypted wallet.dat file not using the console
    – Al Mos
    May 5 at 2:42
  • Hello Al Mos, it seemed that you were replying to Luca Blight, but you created an answer post instead of commenting on Luca's answer. If you were trying to respond to RedGrittyBrick's comment on your question, you should have added a comment there. --Answers on Stackexchange compete with each other they don't have a fixed order, so using them to respond to previous posts will not work.
    – Murch
    May 5 at 11:03
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If you are using Bitcoin Core:

1 - Go to window > console

2 - Type listunspent

3 - You will get a list of addresses with the spendable amount

4 - Copy one of those addresses

5 - Type dumpprivkey pasteYourAddressHere

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  • you may have misunderstood me i want to decrypted wallet.dat file not using the console
    – Al Mos
    May 4 at 17:23
  • First you need to know which software this wallet.dat comes from, many softwares use different types of wallet.dat. May 5 at 20:32

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