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September 03, 2016, 11:32:01 PM
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Creating a new wallet with bitcoin-qt and using the command dumpwallet, i get the extended private masterkey: xprv9s21ZrQH143K3WCuZH3JrrdRF2jdddTeKZN45g1ear37P4EQZgh2fwhBpp2xrzq5M3bJ1pnwxxt hUyAcqdrtmugt59bZiygBrEekWW2czj9

Puting this key in the site bip32.og, setting derivation to info:m, the site says the address is 1LSneHhB8LtFHLRtbKeH1ATJmU2Hyp8pjQ
The bitcoin-qt says L493SCDSQDqzTvHg29ik4CFdyVzkNGtboM51yYxW8AvwC3AYkuo4 2016-09-03T20:17:40Z hdmaster=1 # addr=1NwzKNedFgaGiYDPioqmh4z4WFVKCUBK1J hdkeypath=m

Whats wrong?

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September 06, 2016, 11:42:22 AM
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On the bip32 website, choose the "custom path" option and set the path to m/0'/0'/i'

Bitcoin-qt uses hardened key derivation.  So to get your first 20 addresses for example, you'd get the keys for m/0'/0'/0' - m/0'/0'/19'

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