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Questions tagged [mnemonic-seed]

Mostly BIP39, an open standard for encoding a seed as a series of common words, but also collects other methodologies.

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Electrum 2.0: non-BIP39/32 standardisation complicates matters immensely. Why?

Electrum 2.0 has been causing me some frustration, insofar as it seems to be a non-standard implementation of BIP32/BIP39 (HD wallets, mnemonic seed, respectively). The wallet in question is a 2of2 ...
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How does BIP 39 mnemonic work?

As I already understood the mnemonics are the private key separated in 12 words which joined together in the very same order produces the private key. How are mnemonics generated? Why Ledger ...
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How to generate specific private keys from 12-word backup and wallet address?

A single seed can lead to billions of addresses. Some wallets are unable to scan and find all used addresses. Is it a way to infer the private key from 12-word backup and wallet ID / (public key). ...
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Practical way to split a bip39 seed into a 2 out of 3 factor auth?

I want to keep off-site paper-backups of my seed, but that increases the risk of a physical attack. Can I somehow split my Mnemonic Code into three parts that I only need two of to recover my trezor?
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How to restore wallet from 15-word seed mnemonic?

The wallet was created around Feb 2013, using unknown wallet software. All that is known is a passprase, and 15 words. I suspect the passphrase was used to encrypt the wallet, and is probably ...
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Recovering a HD wallet from a partial seed phrase

I am attempting to help recover a wallet where the owner only wrote down 11 of the 12 words in the seed phrase. Initially, I thought the task would be a quick and well-defined, but it appears to be a ...
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Automate Bip39 seed recovery

I recently was locked out of my Ledger NanoS when I forgot the pin code. Upon trying to reset from my recovery phrase I realized that I only have 23 of the 24 required words (not sure how it happened ...
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How to generate mycelium addresses from the 12 words in python

I am trying to re-generate the receiving addresses (and change addresses, for that matter) my mycelium wallet has generated. So far I've used trezor's implementation of BIP39 to generate the entropy ...
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Does BIP39 mnemonic construction avoid repeating words?

Will all 24 words of a seed-phrase be unique by specification? Or is it possible for a word to occupy two positions (ie the word "tool" is #8 AND #20 in a valid, securely generated seed)
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BTG wallet or exchange with BIP39 seed import

Can anyone recommend a Bitcoin Gold exchange or SPV wallet for Linux that supports importing wallets from a BIP39 seed? The best I’ve found so far is a fork of Electrum that supports BTG for Windows ...
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How to generate a valid hash for a bip39 seed phrase?

I'm trying to prove to myself that I understand how bip39 seed phrases work... I'm doing most of this in a spreadsheet because I thought it would be easier but I'm having trouble with the checksum ...
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Manually generating seed for Trezor T

Is it possible to manually create a seed from the BIP 39 English word list, and enter them in the Trezor Model T recovery to create a wallet from those words. I know that choosing the 12 words doesn't ...