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In some cases you can generate your own 12 or 24-word seed phrase using open-source software on an isolated computer and use that phrase in the hardware devices recovery mode. For example The recovery phrase to restore private keys from. BIP39/BIP44 recovery phrases are supported. You should also, with some work, be able to independently verify that ...


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If it was between 2010-2011, it must have been MtGox [dead], Britcoin [dead], Bitmarket [dead], Bitstamp [alive], Kraken [alive]. If she's lucky, she used Bitstamp or Kraken. She stored the BTC on the exchange or did she ever transfer any to a wallet? If you know the company or individual who owns the domain her email was registered on, I'm sure they'd be ...


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No, "-" is neither part of the base58 character set 123456789ABCDEFGHJKLMNPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijkmnopqrstuvwxyz used to encode non-segwit addresses, nor the bech32 character set 023456789acdefghjklmnpqrstuvwxyz used for native segwit addresses. This "address" appears to be Blockchair's representation of a malformed output script that ...


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That is not a valid Bitcoin address. It may be an address for an altcoin, although - is not part of the Base58 character set. It may also be a non-standard address encoding.


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