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At first the 'Service' you used is a common scam their are not providing splitkey generation this means, the private key you got is saved by them! Dont use this address. Use only vanity address Services with splitkeys by give it your Public key, then you got a vanity address and a partial private key, if you merge the splitkeys (privatekey of the given ...


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The zpub you get from electrum will be at that path itself (m/84'/0'/0'). It's not at m. You can't derive hardened paths from a zpub anyway. If you create a watch only wallet using the zpub electrum will treat it as m and derive public keys and addresses at m/j/i where j is 0 for external (receive) and 1 for change addresses and i is the index. In actuality ...


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It all depends on the wallet. There is no rule saying they should even accept these strings or know what they correspond to and there is no consensus among wallets. Wallet A could accept zpub and know the desired path and script type while wallet B may accept the same zpub, ignore its version byte and use the default derivation path and a completely ...


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