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Your money is lost without at least one of a backup of important data from the hard disk before it was formatted a backup of the wallet.dat file a note of the private key There is no way to recover the private key from other information. If there was, Bitcoin would be completely unsafe and unusable.


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I'm afraid that if you only have the addresses and not the corresponding private keys you're out of luck here. To recover a wallet or an address you need to have either the wallet.dat or the private key to a Bitcoin address. The password you made back then was likely used to encrypt the wallet.dat.


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I solved the problem by installing the bitcoin package again. I was getting this error message with my script doubleslow-base.py: Traceback (most recent call last): File "./doubleslow-base.py", line 136, in <module> print_the_secrets(digest256_final) File "/home/valentin/python/doubleslow/doubleslow_module.py", line 301, in ...


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There are various ways to extract and dump the private/public keys from a wallet.dat depending on how it became corrupted. First, try to run -salvagewallet command to repair it. If you have a tool to dump the mongo db, yes its possible to find possible keypairs (pub/priv) and dump them out using python tools. Of course you would need the passphrase for this. ...


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