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Bitcoin has no relation to the banking network - if you're lucky, you might have purchased BTC on a custodial platform (one which keeps the private keys for you) and your bank account's transaction history can help you identify which platform you had sent funds to. You should then be able to contact their support to regain access to your account. If you ...


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Your question caught my attention I would like to try and give you some answers. First of all, I want to say that I'm sorry for your loss. You ask if there is any chance for you to regain access to the bitcoin so that you can transfer them. In short, my answer would be yes, it is likely that you can - if you have some essential information. You don't mention ...


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effectively, with an offline copy, you can compare the private keys with the addresses if you want. It has served me in the past.


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You can try this, close core and temporarily add these to your config file in the data directory (create a bitcoin.conf file if you didn't have one). Code: addresstype=p2sh-segwit changetype=p2sh-segwit keypool=5000 (delete them later if this didn't worked) That will force your wallet to create 4000 more "P2SH Wrapped SegWit" receiving and change ...


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