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Every address you use to receive crypto will have a corresponding private key. So if you buy 10 coins today and transfer to your wallet, it will have a private key for the address you use. Next day, you buy 15 and transfer to a different address generated by your hardware wallet, it will have a different private key. You do not have to keep track of the ...


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I do not have enough reputation to reply on Pieter Wuille's answer, but I have tested using PSBT (solution 3) with bitcoin-core v0.18.0, it now works well for this. In my case, using PSBT was a lot easier than using signrawtransactionwithkey. The steps I've used are: createrawtransaction on watch-only wallet. fundrawtransaction on watch-only wallet. ...


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