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According to BIP44 each HD wallet have a finite number of 2^32 addresses, Why is that the case?

According to BIP32 we can have a seed from which we derive all our private and public keys, so in theory we can have an "infinite" number of child and grandchild keys so why does BIP44 limit ...
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Can't Access funds due to derivation path

I created a seed phrase and public key via the following Node.js code: const mnemonic = bip39.generateMnemonic() const seed = await bip39.mnemonicToSeed(mnemonic) const node = bip32.fromSeed(seed) ...
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How exactly can hardened keys work?? (HD Wallets!)

After reading Chptr 5, Wallets, from the Bitcoin Book, I have some questions: So I understand that the leak of an xpub+child priv key = compromised wallet. 1)How compromised is the wallet? Just from ...
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What does an apostrophe at the end of a derivation path mean?

If I generate addresses with m/44'/0'/0'/0', m/44'/0'/0'/1', what is the difference compared with m/44'/0'/0'/0, m/44'/0'/0'/1?
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How are derivation paths stored and regenerated for HD wallets?

HD wallets create derivation paths for generated keys. But if you need to regenerate these keys with your seed or master key, where do you get the derivation paths? I don't see how they can be stored ...
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Is BitCoin developer page's HD Wallet image wrong

Here is the image I copied from the https://developer.bitcoin.org/devguide/wallets.html#id9 What I understand is that M/0'/1' can derive M/0'/1'/0. M/0'/1' can't derive M/0'/1'/0'. To derive M/0'/1'/0,...