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Begin anew via file > new/restore, enter a unique filename and click ok, Follow on-screen instructions for the rest. This time choose p2sh-segwit if the addresses in your blockchain.info wallet begin with 3 or p2pkh if they begin with 1. Native segwit generates addresses beginning with bc1. I don't think blockchain.info generates native segwit addresses at ...


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I was working with a broker There's no need to work with a broker to buy or use Bitcoin. That's a bit of a red-flag. Often criminals call themselves brokers to trick people out of money. now my "bitcoins" are in "blockchain" There are many businesses based on or around Bitcoin. I believe several of them use the word "Blockchain" as part of their name. ...


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Since the bitcoin blockchain is an open chain, you have a public ledger that allows you to query Addresses, Transactions, and Blocks. You can query them in Blockhain.com . If you don't have any information about the wallet or transaction is kinda impossible to have a precise location. You might have sent this bitcoin somewhere (to some wallet) It might be ...


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There's many websites that provides such APIs. blockcypher is excellent. Explore its documentation: https://www.blockcypher.com/dev/bitcoin/ And, with this Address Endpoint API, you can get the transactions related to an address. However, you'd be aware of one thing, that is one BTC transaction can have multiple inputs (senders) and multiple outputs (...


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A mnemonic seed phrase can be used to derive an unbounded number of addresses, so you need to supply some additional information, so that the wallet software will know which addresses to derive. This additional information includes the derivation pathway, and the address type. There are some standards developed to specify these variables, see for example ...


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You can’t. Nodes don’t respond to messages about stale blocks because this would be a fingerprinting vector.


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