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A wallet.dat file contains no information specific to a particular install of Bitcoin Core, or its configured data and wallet directories. You can freely copy just the wallet file to another instance, without having to copy the block data or other information such as peers, mempool, etc.


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Its the time the wallet was last synchronized to, it won't know about any transaction changes in or out past this time until it has been loaded again by a synchronized node. It has nothing to do with your transactions specifically.


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