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need help for one question please !

what can I do with a address bech32 today ?

my old address bech32 must be changed level up to bech32m (taproot) ?

For find, and see my transactions ? On blockchain ?

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    There's likely no need for you to turn any Bech32 address into Bech32m.
    – Mercedes
    Nov 13, 2022 at 15:01

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what can I do with a address bech32 today ?

Receivers that wish to be paid using a native witness v0 output should construct bech32 addresses. Senders then use these addresses to pay them that way.

my old address bech32 must be changed level up to bech32m (taproot) ?

You should never ever try to convert an address from one type into an other. It is up to the receiver wallet to construct addresses, and decide which addresses they accept.

If you want to start using taproot, use a taproot-compatible wallet, and it will necessarily create bech32m addresses to give out.

Note that not all software and providers support sending to bech32m yet: https://whentaproot.org/

For find, and see my transactions ? On blockchain ?

In your wallet.

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  • rhhh...! I don't understand ! I have 2-3 old wallet.dat Of 2014 year ! I manipulate them...! why I can't open my Old wallet (year 2014) ? V.0.9.1, I remerber ! 2001 key plaintext = 1 key/address added ?? how I can see the bitcoins on my wallet ? how I can SEE the bitcoins on my wallet.dat OR see if the bitcoins not here but, I think now, I think I have bitcoins ! We know they wrong handling! I can't see ! Help please Nov 13, 2022 at 18:51
  • That's an entirely unrelated question. Clearly your wallet from 2014 isn't using taproot or segwit. Please ask on-topic questions, and there are plenty of questions here about recovering old wallets. Nov 13, 2022 at 18:53
  • Yes I use bech 32, by base core ! and spares first letter (not added address and key) is 3 and for the key is L and K Nov 13, 2022 at 18:56
  • You really need someone to translate for you. Nov 13, 2022 at 19:38
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    No, I don't offer such services. And please stay on-topic; all of this is unrelated to your question here. Nov 13, 2022 at 20:43

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