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No your funds would still be at risk. There are only a few popular wallets that use seed phrases. Most wallets use BIP39(https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Seed_phrase) but there are some that use different versions or no seed words at all. Electrum does not ouse BIP39, see their docs explaining why. https://electrum.readthedocs.io/en/latest/seedphrase.html It would ...


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exodus allows you to backup your private keys (look here). so if exodus will stop their service and you do not want to use exodus anymore (or maybe you can not) you can import your private keys in an other wallet and will not loose any funds.


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900+ confirms ... Then you have definitely, incontrovertibly and irreversibly already received the money even though your wallet doesn't know yet. ... but nothing in wallet Sure but remember that wallets don't contain money. They check the public blockchain to add up how much money you have. No idea what to do. is it properly synced to the network? no ...


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Yes low fee rate (according to the screenshot) is the reason for the transaction not being confirmed yet. However you can increase the fee rate and fees because this was RBF enabled transaction. The replacement transaction may get confirmed soon if it has fee rate above 50 sat/vByte. Or you can wait for this transaction to get confirmed which can take days. ...


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You are probably deriving a legacy P2PKH address (addresses that start with 1) versus the bech32 P2WPKH address (addresses that start with bc1) that Exodus uses. A single WIF private key can generate multiple address types, other wallets and software are likely defaulting to a different type which is probably why you are having trouble. This is the same for ...


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if I happen to get my 12-words compromised and someone gets to know them, then I would be still safe as long as this person does not figure out which wallet app I used? Technically, no. The attacker only needs to figure out the algorithm used to convert the passphrase into the public key, which may be used by multiple apps. But that is probably not what you ...


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you need to search for the seed.seco file which should be in your appdata/roaming folder named exodus.wallet this file cointains your encrypted 12 word seed.


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@Prayank confirmed that yes, it's your fee rate and provided some sites you can use to check the state of the mempool - and hence the fees that fit with your objectives - before sending the transaction. Additionally, if you want to INCREASE the fee of your transaction AFTER you've sent it, there are a couple of ways to do it. The simplest way is called ...


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See https://support.exodus.io/article/37-how-do-i-get-started-with-exodus Backup your wallet to keep it safe Once you have had a look around the Exodus wallet and you like it, it is time to go through the backup. During the backup process you will receive your (randomly generated) secret phrase of your wallet. This is a secret phrase that functions as a ...


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The answer, surprisingly, is yes. You need to change the derivation path of your BCH wallet to that of a BTC wallet m/0'/0'/0 and it will generate the necessary private keys.


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The transaction you sent to Exodus moved your BTC, but BCH is a different network. Your bitcoin core wallet and the exodus wallet both interact with the BTC network, so anything you do using them will not affect the BCH at all. If you'd like to claim your BCH, you'll need to do the following: First, send ALL of the bitcoin out of your wallet. This is ...


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Did you import the keys from your bitcoin core wallet to the exodus wallet? It seems to me that you simply transacted your bitcoins to another adress (+Wallet). This however does not mean that your bitcoin cash will also be send to that adress ( unless there was no replay transaction of course.(Which there is)) Your bitcoin cash is still at the adress ...


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Exodus co-founder here... Take your Bitcoin private key, and move the funds via the Bitcoin Cash private key import/move. Note, this moves the Bitcoin Cash only from the private key into Exodus. Here's how this can be done: http://support.exodus.io/article/87-can-i-import-a-private-key Note, you'll select Bitcoin Cash, unlike the article which shows ...


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The address 1UyoY... is currently funded, so the transaction did indeed go through. If Exodus wallet shows you 1UyoY.. as a receiving address but no current balance, then your wallet is not in sync with the network. If you cannot get Exodus wallet to sync with the network properly, you could try exporting the seed phrase / private key from Exodus and ...


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