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You should be able to load the wallet directly into a recent version of Bitcoin Core and it should load just fine. Compatibility has been maintained. Does this sound like a feasible plan? Is there any information that is lost, when going throuigh dumpwallet as I describe? Will it still see every transaction that occurred and be able to do everything I could ...


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Most wallets have indeed only one main secret, but they use it to generate many different addresses. When you receive a payment in Bitcoin, the sender locks up funds with a locking script that can only be spent using your private key. The locking scripts are deterministically derived from your public key and visible to all other users on the network. If you ...


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first of all we need to understand which wallet you are talking about i.e blockchain or bitcoin core or some other wallet. but in all cases wallet owner have the option to import more than one private keys in a single wallet that is why you see more than one pair or private public keys in the wallet


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You can do it and build one like this https://codeamigo.dev/lessons/preview/53


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Bitcoinj is a java bitcoin library that has a wallet class that can be used by any JVM compatible language. Web3.js can be used for Ethereum. I have used both but not for any application done for the mainnet.


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I have beginner skills as Full stack Developer and am looking to help developing a crypto wallet with a small start up. Building a wallet from scratch is a major endeavor and fraught with security responsibilities. I'd recommend that you instead use an existing wallet or service. You will probably find that getting a small startup off the ground will keep ...


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I am the one who made the video, and the video is a real wallet, but the password is lost forever, as everyone knows in Bitcoin core, passwords can be brute-force an unlimited number of times. The video is not fake, I can show any person any wallet in real time, as well as any evidence. The video contains the address of the site and you can see for yourself, ...


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Electrum is one of the oldest Bitcoin wallet that is still maintained and it is written in python: https://github.com/spesmilo/electrum Armory is another one but it is no longer maintained: https://github.com/goatpig/BitcoinArmory


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You should be able to as long as the vendor provides you with a BTC address in a format that the exchange you're using supports. Also, some exchanges are known to censor transactions to some addresses, so there's a slight chance your payment might get denied. That's a risk you take when sending from a custodial exchange... not your keys, not your coins. On ...


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There is no limitation that requires multisig addresses to be created using special multisig keys. A key from an old wallet can be used in conjunction with new keys from a different wallet to create a multisig address and its redeem script. You could even create a multisig address using a few different brain wallets if you wanted to (definitely not ...


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Not entirely sure how to answer this question since I'm not sure what you're trying to achieve. But from what I'm reading, it looks like you're trying to send Bitcoin in a manner which is untraceable on your system. If that is the case, then you don't need to run a full node. Transactions are stateless, so as long as you have the necessary information as ...


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This is a draft answer (incomplete). To get set up on Signet ie sync the Signet chain and claim some Signet Bitcoin, follow these instructions. (You can run a Signet node in parallel with your mainnet node, ie same hardware) You now have funds at a non-P2TR (i.e. SegWit v0, bech32) Signet address. Now you need to generate a P2TR address to send funds to so ...


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