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You can use one of the services mentioned in this pull request: https://github.com/lnbook/lnbook/commit/0441c1889552509334d4f633a6aec47d887f6e0b https://boltz.exchange/ Atomic Swaps https://bitflash.club/ Joining multiple Lightning transactions into a single on-chain transaction https://ln.bitfinex.com/ Famous crypto exchange that supports LN deposits and ...


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When you run lightning on top of bitcoin and want to add(transfer) funds, your lightning client will generate a special P2SH address for you to send to that is both hash time-locked and multisig. These features of the P2SH address allows lightning to do what it does. Yes there will be fees associated with this transaction, just as any other on-chain ...


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At the main screen tap the menu icon (three dots at top right) and choose "Network Monitor" from the available options. Then swipe left to switch from the "Peers" tab to the "Blocks" tab. The top of this list shows the highest block number that the app knows about.


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generally speaking the answer is no: you should generate every public address to check it's balance and the possible addresses are too many to be checked all. in your case, if you remember the wallets where you imported the keys, you can only check the derivation paths used by them. even the addresses that can be generated from the first branch of the ...


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There is many wallets outhere, some of them open source that you could even compile and run into your device so you can audit the code if you don't want to trust the manufacturer. My advice use the one you think or see works good (in my case https://blockstream.com/green/) With the care you are proposing right now, having only what would spend. I like to ...


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Electrum doesnt use wallet.dat file, those are used by Bitcoin Core. Electrum creates wallet files in %UserProfile%\AppData\Roaming\Electrum\\wallets for Windows, /home/user/.electrum/wallets/ for Linux and /data/data/org.electrum.electrum/files/data/wallets for Android. If forgot seed words, move BTC to another wallet and keep backup info safe if you can.


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I am picking up 2 blockchains, one for BTC and BCH? There are a vast amount of numbers that are valid Bitcoin-addresses (BTC). Most of them have never been used and never will be. Many of these same numbers are also valid Bitcoin-cash addresses (BCH) because of the way Bitcoin Cash was created. So your address is a valid address in at least four different ...


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What exactly was a bitcoin wallet intended to be? Multiple wallets means I have to have [multiple] accounts; The original creator of Bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto, wanted to create a currency for internet use which did not depend on any trusted third parties! Originally all wallets were software programs that you downloaded and ran on a personal computer. You ...


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An mBTC, or MilliBitcoin, is equivalent to 0.001BTC" is this a fixed "forever" exchange rate (BTC)1:1000(mBTC)? This is not an exchange rate, it is just a unit prefix. There are 1000 millibitcoin in a bitcoin, in the same way there are 1000 millimetres in a meter. Some wallets will allow the user to change the unit that their balance is ...


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That is very likely to be the "Bitcoin Wallet for Android" by "Bitcoin Wallet Developers" also sometimes known as the Schildbach wallet. Other people on Reddit discuss having a file of that size created by this wallet. Apparently the backup format changed from text-based Base-58 encoded private keys to a binary Protobuf wallet file. It ...


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Just restore as normal using electrum and on the screen where you have to enter the derivation path you set it to m/0' and choose legacy as the script type. Then create another wallet via file > new/restore for the p2wpkh addresses. This time choose native segwit as the wallet type and enter m/1' as the derivation path.


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