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How to get xpub or mpk(bip32) for my bitcoin core wallet?

Bitcoin Core (since 0.13) uses HD after BIP32 with only hardened private key derivation. Exporting the xpub would be useless, because other apps could not derive public keys (hardened derivation ...
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How can you extract private keys from MultiBit HD?

WARNING: While this answer may be a solution to the issue in the question, it involves exposing your wallet seed to a tool on the internet. Please be very careful when doing this! Can't add comments ...
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How can you extract private keys from MultiBit HD?

In case you have a beta7 wallet which is not BIP32 compliant you cannot use the method @chris-j has put forward. The easiest way for me was to hook into MultiBit HD's signing capabilities and log the ...
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Can you ever view your private keys on the TREZOR?

I don't think you can as the Trezor (and every other hardware wallet) does not expose your private keys to the computer it is connected to. This is how you can still securely spend your Bitcoin even ...
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How to import entire Armory wallet into Electrum?

In Armory: Select "Wallet Properties". Select "Backup This Wallet". Select "See Other Backup Options". Select "Export Key List". Select "Omit spaces in key data". The important string is the ...
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Why can I not dump private keys from a descriptor wallet?

As the error message says, the type of wallet you are using does not support the dumpprivkey command. You are using a descriptor wallet, and individual private keys cannot be exported from the wallet. ...
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Migrate old Bitcoin Core wallet to Trezor

Do I have such a recovery seed? No. Bitcoin Core does not use mnemonics nor is the seed exportable. Is there any other way I can migrate my wallet to the trezor? (Other than creating a new wallet ...
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How to get Mutlibit Hd private keys from mnemonic

In multibit HD clicking wallet dashboard under wallet capabilities the BIP32 derivation path was shown as m/0h but as per this post https://github.com/keepkey/multibit-hd/issues/445 the derivation ...
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Derive LTC Segwit (M-Address) private key from Trezor

When you are deriving addresses, you are actually deriving private or public keys from which an address is derived. However addresses are actually an encoding of what type of script to use in the ...
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How to find the private key of blockchain wallet?

I am hoping you are talking about blockchain.info If yes, then I am again hoping that the above address you have posted is a wallet address in your blockchain.info If again, the answer is yes, ...
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How can you extract private keys from MultiBit HD?

WARNING: While this answer may be a solution to the issue in the question, it involves exposing your wallet seed to a tool on the internet. Please be very careful when doing this, since ...just DON'...
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Exporting private key from expired bitcoin address (now showing as watch-only)

It is not possible to compute the private key for an address, ever, unless there are severe bugs in the wallet that holds the key. Also addresses don't expire. For privacy reasons it is bad to reuse ...
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Does mnemonic phrase contain everything in my wallet including future keys?

Generally, yes, mnemonic phrase contains enough data for software wallets to derive the keys. With the caveat. Some software wallets imports are supporting only 12 word or 24 word combinations. Some ...
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Migrate Wasabi Wallet to BlueWallet

Is this even possible? Yes. In General You can move wallet contents from almost any Bitcoin wallet software to any other Bitcoin wallet software that supports the same standards. For example, if the ...
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Which hardware wallets are technically capable of exporting the private key?

In light of recent events with Ledger, are all other hardware wallets susceptible to being able to export the private key as well, possibly with a firmware update? Yes, including those that, like ...
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Private key on Bitcoin Core

I believe you're confusing legacy addresses with legacy wallets. They're distinct and unrelated things. Legacy addresses are pre-segwit addresses (P2PKH most commonly), and are contrasted with segwit ...
Pieter Wuille's user avatar
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What is the default private key type for legacy and segwit addresses?

The term "compressed private key" is a misnomer; it's not the private key that is compressed. Instead, it is an indication about whether the corresponding public key is to be in compressed (...
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How can I export my private key from Block.io?

Log in, click Settings -> Private Key access -> Access private keys. You will recieve e-mail confirmation with link to private key access. Then you will have to transfer your funds to another wallet....
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Can I change wallet without shifting funds

Yes you can, depending on what version of multibit you have, you can do the following : Multibit HD: You should have the backup seed words. You can directly use those seed words / master public key ...
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How to get Mutlibit Hd private keys from mnemonic

Here is how bitcoin-explorer piped commands yield the correct results Compressed Private Key m/0'/0/0 in wallet input format (WIF): % echo "skin join dog sponsor camera puppy ritual diagram arrow ...
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export Bitcoin Cash private key from Bitcoin QT after send out BTC to exchange

First of all, there is no "private key at the time". Your wallet does not have one private key which it changes for each transaction or on a time basis. Rather your wallet contains multiple private ...
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To get the master private key of HD wallet

go to help-> debug window -> console Enter: walletpassphrase "your walletpassphrase here" 60, to unlock the wallet if its encrypted. dumpwallet "filename", will crate a plain text file in same ...
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Can you ever view your private keys on the TREZOR?

Generating, and thus exposing, the private key using the seed words would be very foolish. It would be the same as not using a TREZOR at all. You NEVER want the private keys be other than safely ...
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Transfer incoming funds from Bitcoin Core to another wallet before blockchain sync is completed

After watching more than 100 videos, because I couldn't find a solution here, I was able to regain access to my BTC successfully from my old QT wallet without synchronizing the 310GB of blocks. The ...
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How do I get my private key?

That depends on what type of P2SH address it is. Only some P2SH script types actually have a one-to-one relationship with a private key. The most common case is probably embedded segwit. If its a P2SH-...
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What should I do if I change my BitCoin wallet?

When switching wallet providers/programs, the safest option is to usually just send the BTC to the addresses provided by the new system (after you have made a backup of the mnemonic phrase/keys for ...
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Exodus exported private key

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 ...
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Why listdescriptors yields different xpub keys for a brand new wallet in bitcoin core

Non-private descriptors are "normalized" before being listed. This process includes deriving the keys it contains to the last hardened step. All the xpubs in your example are derived from ...
Antoine Poinsot's user avatar
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Bitcoin node : importprivkey does not import all getnewaddress previously created

A hierarchical deterministic (HD) wallet like Bitcoin core generates many private keys from one master private key. So far as I know dumpprivkey only dumps one of the generated child keys. The one for ...
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Bitcoin node : importprivkey does not import all getnewaddress previously created

Every address has its own private key; if you inport one key, you get access to that one address. If your goal is backing up an entire wallet, you should instead be using the dumpwallet and associated ...
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