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You can't merge them, but you can just copy the old blocks/ and chainstate/ subdirectories of an old install that you trust. It'll just continue where you left off then.


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This is a BIP173 native segwit address. If you unselect the "Generate native segwit (Bech32) address" checkbox in bitcoin-qt, you'll get a P2SH 3xxx address instead. Most senders these days support sending the BIP173 addresses though, which are cheaper for you to use. The GUI no longer supports creation of legacy 1xxx addresses by default. You can ...


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Workaround: Create a file bitcoin-qt.desktop Save below content in the file: [Desktop Entry] Type=Application Encoding=UTF-8 Name=bitcoin-qt Comment=Bitcoin Core Exec=bitcoin-qt Icon=bitcoin.png Terminal=false Save bitcoin.png in /usr/share/icons Right click on bitcoin-qt.desktop, go to permissions and allow executing file as program Double clicking ...


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