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So, it doesn't initially have a way to know if you created a, say, LTC wallet or not. But it uses the seed, the derivation path and the gap limit to see if there are any addresses down the public key curve that have been used. If there are, then it will mark the wallet as active. Each cryptocurrency has their derivation path. You can play with this tool to ...


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Try hodlhodl.com, which is non-custodial exchange.


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Both are quite easily done. Selling and buying bitcoin, straight from a hardware wallet, can be done at the so called 'fiatgateways' such as www.satos.nl (dutch), I believe Changelly deals with the same strategy. You simply open an sellorder and simply send the amount you have set to sell to the walletadres (straight from your ledger) given by the ...


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The short answer is the entire process from words to derived private keys and addresses is entirely deterministic. See below steps for more details. Entropy-to-Mnemonic The process for a BIP39-compliant 12-word mnemonic, for example, is that first a random binary number 128 bits long is (ideally) generated with a cryptographically-secure process, then a ...


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