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If you know the derivation path you can access your key pairs using an offline tool such as https://github.com/iancoleman/bip39/releases Electrum can import private keys using the console and the importprivkey() command. Import as native(bech32) segwit: importprivkey('p2wpkh:L5eaxGKPZZMnanjxDzBd82VaxnHAE6MmBojiEFAVTM9mWZEhMMqG')


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If the client is SegWit enabled, the full transaction including witness data can be stored in the same format as the transaction is received over the wire. There is no need for separate storage - it can all be included in the block. If the client is not SegWit enabled, SegWit transactions are stripped of their witness and the witness marker/flag before ...


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