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I'm answering this question under the assumption that you are asking how to tell whether an address is a segwit address. Judging from some Reddit threads I've found, Bittrex does not support withdrawing to native segwit addresses. Native segwit addresses start with the prefix bc1…. If the deposit address you got from Binance starts either with 1… or with 3… ...


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If you have your 12 words phrase from blockchain.info you can just restore your wallet, then you will use a new email and new password. To restore your blockchain.info wallet: 1 - Go to: https://login.blockchain.com/#/login 2 - Click on Need some help? 3 - Click on Recover Funds 4 - Use your 12 word phrase, lowercase, with spaces between each word.


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You can try my script that can convert raw blockchain database to the simple text format with all blockchain blocks and transactions data in it. Those text files contain all information you need, but balances need to be calculated through calculation of UTXO set from those data in offine mode. No need RPC calls or any of remote API. All processing goes local ...


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Unfortunately there are several different versions of wallet.aes.json wallets from blockchain.info, and not all of them are supported by btc recover. (iteration count). That means you might have tried the correct password with btcrecover giving you a false negative. it is possible to modify the code of btcrecover to add the other iteration versions but you ...


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you should check in history/activity when your btc was sold. Btc forked to bch and bchscv so your btc became all 3. if you had 0.2btc then you also have 0.2 bch (at current price that is about the amount you mention) If you dont recall selling the BTC it is also possible to see what IP address was accessing your account.


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either you have the wrong wallet.aes.json or you have a v1 wallet. they (blockchain.info) seem to have used three different wallet encryptions and btcrecover only work with one.


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If you have the walletID and password, then you could simply download the encrypted backup and sweep your private key to another wallet like electrum and move your funds out without needing to wait for blockchain.com


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https://github.com/gurnec/btcrecover/issues/27 says I forgot my second password in blockchain.info You can follow the Quick Start instructions with one exception. When you're ready to start btcrecover, add one additional option: --blockchain-secondpass. When you run it, btcrecover will ask you for your main password (so it can do the first level of ...


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I would use the dumpwallet approach using Core, then use a script to remove everything but the WIF private keys and import them to Electrum which can import a list of private keys


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