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1  Economy / Web Wallets / Re: Not receiving authorization mails from on: March 02, 2021, 05:35:13 PM
There is a good chance to solve it out if you can find the wallet's wallet.aes.json in your pc. It's an encrypted json file that has your private key.
The encryption password is the same password that you use to login to If you can find that file you can open a new wallet with the very same key and gain cotrol over your funds.
Just be careful and don't share that password with anybody.
2  Bitcoin / Electrum / Re: Insufficent funds - is there a way to make the transaction? on: February 20, 2021, 10:16:59 AM
Are you using Electrum's ETA fees estimation?
Yes, I was using the ETA estimation. Just switched to mempool, and indeed the fees are lower, but still a substantial amount of the total. I will wait for lower fees.
Unfortunately I understand nothing about these terms. Is there a good source where I can read about it (I mean what is ETA, mempool fees, why 2700 bytes considered a big sized transaction)?
Thx Smiley
3  Bitcoin / Electrum / Insufficent funds - is there a way to make the transaction? on: February 20, 2021, 10:03:30 AM
I have a wallet with ~0.00233BTC, which worth at the moment about 120$. I'm trying to send the entire amount to another wallet, using my Electrum wallet, but it seems that I can't accomplish it, since I don't have sufficent funds.
The wallet shows that the transaction's size is 2742 bytes, and the fees are 111.3 satoshi/byte, so the fees are ~0.00305BTC. Even if I try to lower the fee, it is still not enough.
Is there any way to make this transaction happen? Or the network supports only larger transfers?
4  Economy / Web Wallets / Re: 5 BTC Reward**** Alias Identifier on: January 24, 2021, 01:17:09 PM
Do you still have the computer you've used back in 2013? If you do, search for wallet.aes.json file. It is an encrypted file that has your private and public keys, and you can restore your wallet with these keys. The file itself is encrypted with the password that you've created in, and the file can be decrypted with scripts that you can find online, like this one -
5  Bitcoin / Electrum / Importing LEGACY wallet to Electrum on: January 15, 2021, 08:42:27 AM
I have some issues with my blockchain dot com wallet (as can be read here and the best advice I got was to open an Electrum wallet and import my old wallet into it.
I have the recovery phrase and the wallet.json file which has priv key and priv_sipa key.
My wallet is pretty old and uses 17 words recovery phrase, not 12 words. Can it be imported to Electrum? If so, where can I find a detailed step-by-step guide for the procedure?
6  Economy / Web Wallets / Re: Cannot decrypt wallet on: January 11, 2021, 05:39:27 PM
@nc50lc - Thanks, I'll try to do it. Looks a bit complicated so I'll take some time to read carefully before I'll do some mistake  Tongue
7  Economy / Web Wallets / Re: Cannot decrypt wallet on: January 11, 2021, 03:38:49 PM
It's a JSON file and should be readable, you can open the decrypted wallet file (wallet.json) with a text editor and look for WIF private keys in there (51/52 character that starts with 5, K or L).
Do not post them here.

If you see random characters instead of a json format, then it's most likely not decrypted properly, corrupted or the password used was incorrect.
My bad, didn't explain my self right.
The file that was in my pc is wallet.aes.json. I've successfully decrypted it and it has among other things my guid (I believe it's also the "private address"), my wallet address, two keys - priv which is 44 characters and priv_sipa which is 51 characters starting with 5 and also sharedKey.
What can I do with this file, if insists that my password is wrong?
8  Economy / Web Wallets / Re: Cannot decrypt wallet on: January 10, 2021, 03:41:54 PM
@nc50lc -Thanks for your answer.
Yes, you can decrypt the file to get an unencrypted 'wallet.json' file to view the contents in readable format.
Already did that, that's another proof that my password is correct, even though when I try to use it in the site I get the "Cannot decrypt wallet, wrong password" message.
But what can I do with that file? Can I use it to transfer the wallet to another one?

Importing it to that link (the correct link) will create a new wallet with different Wallet ID and other credentials, but the keys from your imported wallet.aes.json will be added there in a separate wallet.
Better use it only if you have no other options.
I don't understand what it means - will I end up with two wallets, one inside the other? And yes, I didn't copy-paste the right address, it is
9  Economy / Web Wallets / Re: Cannot decrypt wallet on: January 09, 2021, 09:33:56 AM
UPDATE: I've found the wallet.aes.json file of the wallet and was able to decrypt it with the same password that the site claims is the wrong one.
What should I do next? Should I "import" it (using this link - It is already in their system, so maybe "importing" isn't the right thing to do.
Can I use this file to gain access to my wallet from another site, or is this file unique to
10  Economy / Web Wallets / Re: Cannot decrypt wallet on: December 27, 2020, 08:03:10 PM
Old wallet is not injected in new software update.
I have 2 wallets, both were created on the same day, yet I have access to one of them.

if you have 17 wallet seed contact support team (dont give them your seed names) and you can recover it with new account. export your private key and import it to any wallet here
What's the exact procedure? Just to ask them to recover it by the public key?
How do I export and import my private key?
11  Economy / Web Wallets / Re: Cannot decrypt wallet on: December 27, 2020, 07:52:24 PM
What's the actual error? Because if the password is incorrect, it would be:
Error decrypting wallet. Wrong password
Yes, that's the error I get. The password is 100% correct, since it's the same password as I get if I use the recovery phrase.

Try to use a different browser, PC or clear your browser's cache; if it didn't work, is the only one who can help you with this.
Already tried another browser and clearing up the cache - no luck, so I gues tring a different PC won't help either.
Anyway - thanks for your advices.
12  Economy / Web Wallets / Re: Cannot decrypt wallet on: December 27, 2020, 07:35:19 PM
Can you please check if you have saved somewhere your wallet file (JSON file)?
I do have an AES file of a wallet, I'll try to decrypt it. Chances are that it belongs to the wallet that I can decrypt...

The problem is your verification links from the mail isn't working. So, only support could help you in this case. The recover phrase wouldn't help here to recover your wallet.
I also think that the problem began when I've had to change my verification mail. The site's support isn't very helpful so far. I'm considering to open a new mail and to use it as a new 2FA, maybe it will reset something in the system.
13  Economy / Web Wallets / Cannot decrypt wallet on: December 26, 2020, 05:01:11 PM
Kind of long story and since I'm not native English speaker I'll try to be concise -
1. I have 2 wallets on, opened few years ago.
2. I've made a transaction from wallet A to wallet B.
3. Haven't tried t ologin for several years.
4. Recently I've logged in succesfully to wallet A - I use my gmail as 2FA.
5. Tried to log in to wallet B - didn't get the confirmation mail.
6. After few days - tried to recover my 2FA and then I saw that for wallet B I've used a different mail account, which I've closed.
7. Applyed for the company to change my 2FA account - after couple of weeks got it confirmed.
8. When trying now to login to wallet B I get the verification mail, but when I press the link in it I get an error - cannot decrypt wallet
9. I've tried to use the recovery phrase - I've had some issues with that too, because I have 17 word phrase, not 12.
10. After another mail to the company, they replied that my wallet is a legacy wallet and sent me a link for legacy recovery, that accepts 17 words.
11. My recovered password is the same as the one I have, but I still can't log in.
It looks like somethong has gone wrong in the process of changing the 2FA mail, because I don't have any problems with wallet A,
but the bottom line is that I have the correct password and yet cannot access my wallet.
I've written to the help desk, but all I get is some standard reply that they cannot recover my wallet.
Does anybody have an idea?
Regards - Tuco
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