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How to import wallet.dat to wallet?

i have a wallet.dat file from Bitcoin core before the bch fork in 2017. I looked at the block explorer and I still see a final balance in there for bch.
Can I import the wallet.dat directly into I chose import file/txt and supplied the file encryption PW and and it returns an error message stating "could not decrypt file". I know the password is correct because I can go into Bitcoin core console using walletpassphrase "mypw" and it works(returned null)
How can I get my bch from an old BTC address? And I guess my next question after that would be how can I get my bsv from that same address.
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How do you import a Bitcoin Core (QT)-made wallet.dat file into another wallet?

So I have a wallet.dat made a while ago and wanted to check what was in it, problem is it was made in the bitcoin core QT client, which I can't even load up because it occasionally freezes and usually won't even sync up, at an absurdly slow rate.
When I replace that wallet file into the default data directory, and start bitcoin-qt.exe with the -rescan command, it just starts but no addresses show up in my wallet file and i noticed the wallet.dat file size changes when the bitcoin core client starts up, seemingly modifying something to make it slightly bigger, don't know why.
How do I check this wallet.dat? I tried importing it into the latest electrum 3.2.3 wallet and it won't accept it.
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bitcoin core wallet.dat import into clamclient doesn't work

hi there, i imported my bitcoin core wallet that definitely had coins in 2014 into clamclient and nothing happens. can someone provide a link to detailed instructions on how to get this working? thank you!
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How do you import a Bitcoin Core (QT)-made wallet.dat file into another wallet? /r/Bitcoin

How do you import a Bitcoin Core (QT)-made wallet.dat file into another wallet? /Bitcoin submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Core doesn't create a default folder for my wallet.dat....So how can I import my long-lost-but-found wallet.dat?

Found a long-lost wallet.dat file. I've downloaded the blockchain on BitcoinCore/Bitcoin-QT, which I originally used to get some BTC many years ago.
Trying to get this wallet.dat into my freshly-downloaded BitcoinCore, but not finding any default save locations. Other threads have mentioned to just overwrite the default wallet.dat, but there isn't one. I'm running OSX.
Others have mentioned looking in the Users/Library/... folder, but it's not there.
Thanks in advance! Levorg
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I purchased 2 bitcoins four years ago and never thought about them again. Now I reinstalled Bitcoin Core. The transaction is shown in my Bitcoin Core Wallet but balances is at 0. I still have the old wallet.dat and imported it to the Bitcoin program folder. How can I get access to my bitcoins?

Hey guys,
As stated in the title, I wonder how I can solve the problem described in the title. As written, the transaction is shown as successful and I never spent any of the Bitcoins. It would be awesome if you could help me, getting my coins back.
This is what is written in the Transaction details:
Status: 0/unconfirmed, not in memory pool Date: 09.04.2013 12:20 From: unknown Credit: 1.98269540 BTC Net amount: +1.98269540 BTC
Thanks a lot !
PS: Sorry for my bad english, German guy here :)
Thanks everyone for your kind help! As the syncing process is going on, the good news is: My BC are now displayed! The bad news is: I am 100% certain of my password I chose, when I first secured my wallet. But now it always says: walletpassphrase incorrect.
I will now use this guide and try to recover my pw as I know the most parts of it. Maybe I get lucky and can recover it. Wish me luck :)
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How to get the wallet.dat file and import it into the Bitcoin QT Client

Go to MonteCrypto Game, click properties, then go to local files. Follow this directory: C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\MonteCrypto\CryptoChallenge\Content\CryptoChallenge\Datamaps
I can confirm the wallet.dat file IS the one with the bitcoin. I imported it to my bitcoin qt client and the public key matches. Now I already found 4/24 so I'm feeling good, but I know for a fact you need all 24 words. Brute forcing with just 23 would take decades.
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Old wallet.dat file from 2013 - Possible to import to new wallet? /r/Bitcoin

Old wallet.dat file from 2013 - Possible to import to new wallet? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Is there a wallet planned to allow for me to import my bitcoin core dat file, like other forked coins, so that i claim 1: 1 ratio, after the upcoming fork? I have already the new ZCL Wallet and it worked to receive my ZCL from Bittrex.

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How do I import bootstrap.dat into the standard bitcoin wallet (qt)

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Bitcoin Qt -wallet problem and wallet.dat and blocks folder import..

I know I can find some talking about all this questions I am asking, but Im so scare to loose my coins I would like to have a instructions how-to-do-it to be sure..
Damn, the worst happened.. My laptop got so stuck I had to sweep it.. I did backup my bitcoin folder in c: driver (i dont if I need it?) and also I think I did backup my wallet just few days ago which is in time to my usb..
So first question: I have win 7. Pretty clean install. I can install bitcoin Qt, np but when I try to start it windows give a warning that "unexpected promblem appeared, shutting down the program". Everytime! Windows do not give any specific number or anything, or not even advice how to repair it. Just unknown problem and closing. Everytime. I did try to do like three times a new clean install.. (downloaded from web)
I think firewall and win defender is okeyh with it. (allowing).. I have avast antivirus..? Can it be the problem? I did have same wallet, same Os and same antivirus last time when this laptop worked and everything worked smoothly.. Not even one problem..
Also, the other question. If I have backup of my last blocks folder (14gb) can I use it? If yes, please tell me how. ELI5! :)
Main question: If I get this bitcoin-qt running, will the walled.dat import be as easy as I think. Just take my old copy and choose import wallet? So is there anything I should think before doing? This is my first time I need to use backup.
Cheers guys! I hope I will get stuff working soon and can again have some new coins!
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Wallet.dat import question /r/Bitcoin

Wallet.dat import question /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Need Help?! How to import wallet.dat and how to tell if bitcoin or litecoin or other?

Ok so in 2014 I was mining and when coinex pulled the big scam I started pulling all my coins for offline and saved them. I reinstalled litecoin after 3 years and followed instructions on importing through start>run>appdata%.... . Ok so here I am now with it loaded up with my last recent transactions but my balance says zero. transactions are all unconfirmed as well? Did I load the right .dat file to the right program?
edit 1 : The specific message I am getting is 0/unconfirmed, not in memory pool
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Import old wallet.dat ? /r/Bitcoin

Import old wallet.dat ? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

How can I import multiple wallet.dat files into Bitcoin-Qt

Hi everyone.
I'm just getting back into Bitcoin seriously again and I have what is probably a stupid question.
I have a bunch of wallet.dat backups rather than private keys. I'm wondering how I can import/merge them into Bitcoin-Qt?
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Why isn't there a Wallet.dat or private key import feature in bitcoin-qt?

This is what I am asking myself for two years now and I finally decided to ask. In addition to that: why not a paper wallet print and import feature (maybe webcam support)?
I now that there is a ton of other potential features and the development takes time and so on. But these here appear to be extremely essential since using bitcoin is in fact very risky without these simple precautions.
You want unskilled users to search for a folder that is not even visible on a fresh system? The people who cant find this folder are the ones who also make other mistakes and the ones who get their bitcoins stolen.
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How do I import .wallet to a wallet that supports only .dat? /r/Bitcoin

How do I import .wallet to a wallet that supports only .dat? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

How can I import multiple wallet.dat files into Bitcoin-Qt /r/Bitcoin

How can I import multiple wallet.dat files into Bitcoin-Qt /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

When installing Electrum you get an option to restore a wallet via public/private keys. Can I use this to import from the wallet.dat file? /r/Bitcoin

When installing Electrum you get an option to restore a wallet via public/private keys. Can I use this to import from the wallet.dat file? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Was using bitcoin-qt on OSX, blockchain got corrupted and now it is impossibly big to re-download, what thin clients can I import my wallet.dat into?? OSX 10.7.5. I already tried electrum and looks like I'd have to build it from github, can't figure it out. please help.

Send help! is there a safe way I could download a torrent of the blockchain? i tried to reindex the blockchain (after my harddrive got unplugged while bitcoin-qt was running) and it looks like it would literally take a week of spinning my poor laptop fan balls out.
edit: wallet.dat is encrypted and safely backed up.
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How can I import ("sweep?") my Bitcoin-Qt wallet.dat into my Mycelium or Trezor wallet?

Have some receiving addresses I don't want to use, even though I don't use the Qt wallet any more.
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Import wallet.dat into a Bitcoin-Qt client. If you have wallet.dat backup file for Bitcoin Core Qt client and want to restore it, do simple procedure: Backup Your Wallet. Although this process is well tested and used you should always take another backup of your wallet.dat file before starting. Close the Bitcoin-Qt client. Then you have to locate your Bitcoin folder. For Windows, it should be ... Python script for dumping wallet addresses and private keys - . Skip to content. All gists Back to GitHub Sign in Sign up Sign in Sign up {{ message }} Instantly share code, notes, and snippets. provegard / Last active Apr 14, 2020. Star 0 Fork 2 Star Code Revisions 4 Forks 2. Embed. What would you like to do? Embed Embed this gist in your ... In Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dash and other QT core wallets it is wallet.dat file which you need to backup. For Monero check this guide which explains how to backup Monero wallet seed and keys. Okay, now as you have your wallet backup stored safely let’s see how to move your wallet to another system. How to move wallet without downloading blockchain again. System 1: To move your wallet to another ... I had about $8 USD worth of bitcoin in a wallet, and I backed up the wallet.dat to my dropbox. According to the modified date of the file this was in April 2013, so it was probaby from bitcoin qt version 0.8.1, or maybe a little earlier. I basically left it there and haven't done anything with bitcoin since then. Since it is worth probably at ... All these Bitcoin Core wallet.dat files with lost passwords. Try to brute force and get a bounty in Bitcoins (sometimes in Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin SV, or Bitcoin Gold too). We guarantee balance on wallets. Otherwise, we will give you your money back!

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Electrum Wallet - Privat Key + Wallet.dat importieren - erster versuch

hai guys iconbtcx india is back with new video subscribe our channel for more amazing videos for queries contact whatsapp:- +919701193528 wallet.dat the fully encrypted file which cannot be read ... Here is a tutorial how to import your old bitcoin wallet into a new wallet in easy steps. I was able to import 1.7 old forgotten bitcoin from 2013. Bitcoin Wallet.dat with 2000 BTC Balance. Last Receive : 2020-09-21 08:35 Last Send : 2016-12-27 17:47 Final Balance : 2000.00007129 BTC Wallet in Blockchain... Erster versuch eine #Wallet.dat zu importieren in eine #ElectrumWallet, ein Privat Key. Alle Dateien habe ich vorher von meinem Computer gelöscht, so das keine Reste übrig sind die evtl. bei ... opening a wallet. dat wallet without bitcoin core installed. download: pass on arch...