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This tag should be used for questions pertaining to Bitcoin Core. Bitcoin Core is an MIT-licensed Qt 5 GUI application for the original Bitcoin codebase. Additional/previous names include "Bitcoin-Qt", "Satoshi-Client", and "Standard Client". This tag should be used when referring to the Bitcoin Core software.

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You know you don't have to trust the repo. The developers of Bitcoin-QT actually recommend using their binaries rather than the distro's. So you can just keep up to date with those. Official binaries …
answered Dec 5 '13 by Abdussamad
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Now that you've found the wallet.dat file you should indeed import it into blockchain.info and then, and this is very important, send the coins back to an address in your multibit wallet. Why? Because …
answered Dec 1 '13 by Abdussamad
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Bitcoin core wallets are deterministic by default i.e. all private keys are derived from a seed. However you can make sure that your wallet is deterministic by running the getwalletinfo command. In th …
answered Aug 31 '20 by Abdussamad
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The master private key is derived from the seed and all child private keys are derived from the master private key. Knowledge of the child private keys lets you sign transaction spending coins sent to …
answered May 23 '20 by Abdussamad
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Electrum does not support bitcoin core wallet files. What you can do is dump all the private keys using bitcoin core and then import them into electrum. So first make sure that the wallet.dat file is …
answered Jan 16 '20 by Abdussamad
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There are php libraries that you can use. For example the ones in my plugin bitcoin address in the includes/libs directory. These libraries were originally created by the authors of the bitcoin paymen …
answered Mar 16 '17 by Abdussamad
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Bitcoin core does not support seed mnemonics. You must rely on soft copy backups if you want to backup your wallet. The option to backup the wallet file is in the file menu. If your Bitcoin QT says H …
answered Jul 24 '18 by Abdussamad
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If you were to obtain a copy of the bitcoin blockchain, i.e. a copy of someone's data dir excluding his wallet files on a removable drive or other storage medium, could bitcoin core verify that or not …
asked Apr 13 '19 by Abdussamad
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I wouldn't take any chances and just move my funds to a new wallet. Starting bitcoin core without a wallet.dat file in the data directory should force it to generate a new wallet. Then you just send f …
answered Aug 2 '18 by Abdussamad
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Your coins are likely in a change address. You could do a dumpwallet in bitcoin core and then sweep all the private keys. But this is going to be slow going in electrum and you're going to have to do …
answered Mar 14 '18 by Abdussamad
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Turn off the syncing using the icons in the bottom right and send your coins using the send tab.
answered Jan 4 '20 by Abdussamad
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A full node is a computer running full node software like bitcoin core that has verified every transaction in the blockchain and continues to verify new ones as and when it hears about them. Every ful …
answered Feb 7 '18 by Abdussamad
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You can also try running pywallet on the old wallet file to get at the private keys. Not sure it'll work with such an old file but it's worth trying: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=34028.0 …
answered Dec 9 '13 by Abdussamad
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In order to keep track of who sent you how much money you make sure to hand out an address only once and make a note of who you handed out the address to in your wallet software. This way all funds se …
answered Feb 15 '19 by Abdussamad
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To open a channel you have to lock funds in a multisig address. This is with an on-chain transaction. So those funds can't be used to pay Cindy on-chain. They can't be used to pay Cindy on LN either w …
answered Feb 18 '18 by Abdussamad

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