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March 24, 2013, 11:53:05 PM
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I've been checking out clients and online wallets. Besides the silly way many clients use the term 'wallet', it has also came to my attention that many offer the possibility to show/export 'encrypted private kays'.

Now, unless there is a de facto standard that is recommended, this sounds like just yet another export format. It just happens to enforce encryption.

Is there any standard for  encripted private keys?

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March 25, 2013, 12:31:45 AM
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Not really. All clients, AFAIK, support the Bitcoin-QT format as that is the standard format of Satoshi's original client.
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