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To accomplish this you will not 'transfer the bitcoin', you will just import the keys that can spend your bitcoin, into a new wallet. Not all wallet software will support importing/exporting keys in every format, so you'll need to ensure that your current wallet software is capable of exporting keys in a format the the new wallet will accept. There are ...


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I have a 7 year old wallet.dat file I guess that predates HD wallets. Which I think means you'll need to sweep all private keys which have money (UTXOs) currently associated with them. For an HD wallet I believe you can probably sweep the Extended Private Masterkey shown at the top of the dumpwallet output. I'm stuck at the step dumpprivkey, because I don'...


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signrawtransactionwithwallet is used to sign transactions for your wallet in which you can avoid entering private keys for spending different UTXOs as the private keys are in your wallet. You may need to enter passphrase using walletpassphrase signrawtransactionwithkey is used to sign transactions for spending any UTXO using private keys Examples: I create ...


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I have both Bitcoin Core & Electrum wallets installed on both my desktop & mobile Not sure what are you using for Bitcoin Core on mobile. Recently a pull request was merged to use Bitcoin-QT on Android: https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/17227 and two other projects exist that allow using Bitcoin Core on Android: ABCore and Nayuta Core How do ...


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