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Which app generates stronger mnemonic seed?

Mnemonic phrase, mnemonic seed, or seed phrase are defined as a secret group of words that represent a wallet. When used in sequence they allow access to the cryptocurrencies stored within. “Mnemonic” just means a memory aid such as rhymes, abbreviations and songs that help you remember something else. A mnemonic phrase is a group words, often 12 or more, created when a new wallet is made to store your cryptocurrency. If the computer running your crypto wallet died, was lost or even stolen, you could use your mnemonic phrase to recover your wallet and crypto. The words must be…

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I have 12 phrase recovery code for bitcoin wallet

I have 12 phrase recovery code for bitcoin wallet and I use it for purchased shop and for every deposit generate a new wallet now I restore my 12 word to blockchain and electrum and exodus and … but just show me first transaction and I can get access to my other wallet and balance I appreciate you if can help me

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Bitcoin core trying to sign a transaction loaded from psbt file, but getting “could not sign any more inputs” error

I am trying to sign a transaction loaded from psbt file, but I'm getting could not sign any more inputs error. I did it successfully on the first try. However I cannot do it any more now. I changed my passphrase of bitcoin-core before I did the second try. Does it matter?

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Bitcoin Core Wallet doesn’t accept my passphrase

I am using Bitcoin Core Wallet .21 and have encrypted my wallet. When I try to send some coins it asks for the passphrase, which it says is incorrect. I have only ever used one of two passphrases and I have copied and pasted these each time using notepad (upper and lower cases), but it rejects my passphrase every time. There is nothing wrong with my passphrase, I know my passphrase is correct. Are there any circumstances under which the wallet would behave like this? I have used old backup files of my wallet, but get the same message. Could…

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Question about Changing Passphrase

In Bitcoin Core, the previous password is required in order to change to a newer password. Is this previous password used simply as a proof-of-ownership key (that doesn’t do anything but show proper access), or does it have any part in changing the password through a method of decryption or something along those lines?

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HD Wallets, XPUB and child private key leaks

So some generalisations on xpubs and current wallet providers. Ledger and Trezor wallets can create xpubs which can show all transactions of a wallet When a passphrase is added, this counts as a new set of private keys along with a new xpub The children public addresses created from sending/receiving bitcoin are bound only to the xpub from the mnemonic phrase + passphrase i.e. if you create a new passphrased wallet it will have a new xpub Children created by these wallets are not hardened If an xpub is leaked for a mnemonic phrase + passphrase, if you have any…

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Was bitcoin the first to use SEED phrase for recovering account?

I am trying to recall/determine if the coins I had on a USB stick was indeed bitcoins or not. I sold an Item a long time ago (Either 2006ish or 2009-2010) and someone offered to pay me in coins. Of course I laughed about it back then but decided to do it since it was like 100 bucks. He gave me two types of coin, first one he called old and he gave me around 12-14k of it and then he also gave me a new type of coin 3-4k of them. I recalled it had a Japanese name cause…

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