How to transfer unspent Bitcoin Cash from Mycelium to Coinomi?
or: How to identify the internal and external addresses which hold unspent output and transfer/sweep the funds to another wallet?
or: How can i get hold of my Bitcoin Cash?
Be sure you know what you are doing with your private keys ;)
Recommendation: Transfer your BTC funds from Mycelium to ...
I can't speak for the coinomi app importing an extended key, but if you need to extract the private keys from the extended key, you can use http://bip32.org/.
I haven't personally audited this site, but I have used it to browse my private keys associated with a Mycelium HD account. Once you have extracted your private extended key from Mycelium however, I'd ...
Jaxx uses a different derivation path than Coinomi when handling ETH. Coinomi opted for the path as described in the ETH specification. Ledger has the same scheme as Coinomi.
You will have to do the following:
Delete any existing ETH wallets you have added by long pressing them (2 sec) in the Overview tab and ...
Sorry to hear that you have had your device stolen. When using Coinomi all you need to be able to restore your funds on a new device is the 24word recovery phrase which you were given when you set up your wallet. You can learn more about this here
Since Coinomi is an HD wallet, all you need as a backup is your Recovery Phrase
If you ever lose or ...
Generally, yes, mnemonic phrase contains enough data for software wallets to derive the keys. With the caveat.
Some software wallets imports are supporting only 12 word or 24 word combinations. Some support different BIPs and thus path derivation schemes (32/44/84) by default, and some only single one of them. Some have additional feature for a specific seed ...
Bitcoin network is heavily loaded with thousands transactions staying unconfirmed for a long time, your funds are totally safe with Coinomi.
Your transaction will eventually get confirmed or it will be "discarded" by the blockchain network and your funds will be back in your wallet.
Unfortunatelly, there is nothing we can do to unstuck your tx.
To avoid ...
Unfortunately the electrum seed is not compatible with BIP32/BIP44, which is essentially what Coinomi implements, so the answer to your question is no, you cannot import your electrum seed into coinomi at the moment, although this might be possible in the future.
Adding to Murch's response and comments, Coinomi does have UTXO control where you can set individual UTXOs as "do not spend" and indirectly control which ones will be used on your transaction. Number and type of inputs in a transaction is one parameters that influence the transaction size (and thus the fees) the most.
Unless you change a privacy option in ...
Given that you are looking at two different wallets on two different pieces of software, the transactions that the wallets are proposing are different:
they may be using a different count of inputs
one may be using segwit inputs while the other uses non-segwit
one might be a multisig wallet while the other is single-sig
one of them might be able to avoid a ...
Mycelium doesn't support segwit at all right now. I don't know about Coinomi but it looks like they support Segwit (at least receiving from a segwit address) but not BIP 0173. Since neither support this format, there's no way to generate bc1~ address within the wallet, so no way to send any bitcoin to them using this format.
It's generally not possible to cancel BTC transactions after they are broadcast to the network. If the transaction is valid, it can be held by miners until it's economically interesting for them to confirm the transaction (until there are no other transactions paying higher fees).
When you say "double spending", you are probably referring to a ...
Yes. It is safe if you don't forget the seed.
You could also create a new wallet and send 1$ for example to one of its adresses, delete that wallet but keep the seed in mind and try to restore it. If you make a mistake, it's only 1$. If it works, you have the experience and don't need to worry.
By delete your wallet do you mean delete your account and .dat file? Thanks to BIP32 the seed/recovery phrase allows a user to back up and restore a wallet without needing any other information and can in some cases allow the creation of public addresses without the knowledge of the private key.
In other words your recovery phrase is equivalent to the ...
I have seen transactions with 0.000224 fee are also getting confirmed.
So we can say 0.001 LTC fee is too good.
You can check current fee here