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Not long ago by accident I noticed that I have the same wallet address with metamask open on two different browsers (chrome and firefox). I have not experimented anything in this direction but for a moment I had a few questions to which I would like to know the answer. Maybe it will add to your reflections. I only know that when someone from my metamask ...


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Let's assume we have a non custodial hd mobile wallet. Non-custodial means no third party acts as custodian, the wallet stores the private key(s) Where is the master key stored? Wherever chosen by the software developer who wrote that part of the wallet app. Normally you'd hope this is in a file in local storage. You'd hope that file is encrypted using a ...


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Can I “duplicate” a wallet using a backup phrase (12 words)? Yes Where is my balance stored? Both wallets will scan the relevant parts of the public transaction-journal ("blockchain") to add up the amount of money controlled by the keys derived from your backup phrase - this total is your balance. Wallets are very likely to store this total ...


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If you "imported" something from your old Multibit Wallet and ended up with a "watch-only wallet" it means that what you "imported" was a Bitcoin-address and not a private-key. You must find and import the private-key, not the Bitcoin-address if you want your new wallet to be able spend the money. If your old Multibit Classic ...


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