This is mostly not correct.
First of all, the address is a hash of the public key only.
Also, if one has a private key, the corresponding public key can be computed directly. So the most straightforward brute-force attack looks something like this:
Pick a number to use as a private key (an integer between 0 and 2^256, roughly)
Compute the corresponding ...
You could look into posting about your project in the Einsteinium community. The coin is designed specifically to help fund science projects and research.
With Zebpay, you can sell directly and get your INR. You do not have to wait for a third party to buy your bitcoins like in a typical exchange.
I believe it is same with Coinbase to sell and get USD.
Sandeep Goenka, co-founder, Zebpay.
If you have a custodial account with Exchange.blockchain.com, you must contact them for help. They own the money, not you ("Not your keys -- not your bitcoin").
If you have a non-custodial wallet downloaded from Blockchain.com, you should normally recover control over your money by restoring the wallet from a backup or from a safely stored record ...
To be completely safe, you should throw away every piece of information and data to do with the old wallets used or accessed by the scammer. user-ids, passwords, recovery phrases, backups, keys, addresses and anything else that is related to anything the scammer had access to.
Those wallets and the keys in them are forever unsafe. Even if you reset passwords,...
If Blockchaindotcom follows the Bitcoin standard of BIP32, then the 12 words should allow you to recover your funds on any wallet. You can try downloading Bluewallet and recovering the wallet there.
You do not need to "import addresses" to access your funds, as long as you have your private keys (which are derived from the 12 words).
what should i do
It depends whether you have a Blockchain.com account or a Blockchain.com wallet.
If you have a Blockchain.com account, contact Blockchain.com support.
If you have a Blockchain.com wallet, check the transaction history and find the Bitcoin addresses which held your money. You can then check those addresses in several different blockchain ...
It sounds like the problem may be that the new wallet derived a different type of address from your private key.
Normal wallet function will present you with a new address each time you receive coins. Each of those addresses will have an associated private key, that needs to be used to spend the funds. Note that the same private key is not used to derive ...
Channel funding (and the distribution of funds) is determined at the time of channel opening. Once opened, a party cannot ‘add funds’ to the channel, this would require opening a new channel.
If you opened the channel and did not specify that some number of sats should be pushed to the remote node at the time of opening, then the channel will open with the ...
BEAM had a private pre-sale, selling tokens to investors. They do not publish any of this information, but in their telegram and elsewhere there were estimates of 25 cents per token for a total of ~5 million dollars.
They say on their site they did not do an ICO, when in fact they did do a private ICO, which are by definition less tranparent and fair than ...
There are many investors of this project.
Lemniscap Investor of Beam Mimblewimble
Node Capital is investor at BEAM Mimblewimble
yeomans capital Investor of Beam Mimblewimble
PROTOS asset management Investor of Beam Mimblewimble
youbi capital Investor of Beam Mimblewimble
Alternity is investor at BEAM Mimblewimble
1KX Investor of Beam ...
This is purely an internal accounting move, no keys are involved.
Their comparison to a hot/cold valid is likely just an analogy. In reality, their application layer (or some middleware) enforces some checks to make sure you can only trade values inside your trading account.
When you transfer funds between them, their internal database accounts are updated....
Is there a minimum limit of bitcoin that can be added into a channel
during the initialization?
According to the Lightning Network Specifications:
"The amounts for each output MUST be rounded down to whole satoshis. If this amount, minus the fees for the HTLC transaction, is less than the dust_limit_satoshis set by the owner of the commitment ...
There are many possible explanations and many possible ways to investigate
The sender mis-typed the receiving address. This is hard to do if the
sender scanned a QR code. There are usually checksums built in that
make it hard to get a mis-typed address accepted. Nevertheless it is
You gave the sender a different address than the ...
An Investor's Business Daily article discusses why GBTC's value does not match the value of the Bitcoins held in the fund.
It says that GBTC is not an ETF - it is a grantor trust.
It is not registered with the SEC [...] and it doesn't trade on an exchange. It trades on the over-the-counter market, which has less stringent participation rules than ...
If you are having a hard time syncing (maybe poor internet connection?) , try getting all your private keys using the API command "dumpwallet" and then importing them into the Electrum wallet ( there will be an option to import private keys when starting a new wallet, and import private keys into an existing wallet). Electrum, available at https://www....
Short answer: No.
MtGox assets are currently frozen and they have lost a lot of customer funds, both fiat and Bitcoin. Until further notice you can consider your euros lost.
Contact your lawyer and ask them to write a claim to official MtGox address. Also some local Bitcoin communities are preparing class-action (or similar) lawsuits against MtGox and its ...
I had the same trouble adding funds to btc-e. Best way to do it is using a wiretransfer. They give you the information you need for your bank to send funds to your account on btc-e.
However the way I added funds is this creat an account with www.virwox.com . You can add USD from your credit card onto your account on the website. From then you have to trade ...
Using electrum, after instantiating a Wallet instance, the code to achieve this looks like so:
"""Returns the number satoshis ever received by this addr.
Includes coins sent to this addr from this addr (eg change)
and coins received by addr, but already spent"""
hist = wallet.get_history(...
LocalBitcoins.com lists traders with two different payment options for India:
Buy bitcoins online and by cash listings in India
There seems to be two traders selling bitcoins online in India with two different payment options:
SWIFT bank transfer ( https://localbitcoins.com/ad/15881/purchase-bitcoin-bank-international-bank-wire-swift-india )
INRBTC allows you to buy/sell bitcoins in Indian Currency using the unique trading platform.
Place your order details and submit.
you will be asked to deposit 10% of your order value in Bitcoins, after the deposit is sent, the order will be confirmed.
As soon as your order is matched, a trade will be executed and you will be sent the trade details.