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May 09, 2017, 04:00:47 PM
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Hi, I am using a mSigna wallet for the first time. I sent bitcoin to the wallet but my wallet does not sync. I checked the blockchain so the money has arrived, but I can't connect. Obviously this means for now the balance in my wallet is 0.

Whenever I try to click connect, it says there is a peer connect error and that the target machine actively refused a connection.


What wallet could I use to restore my wallet?

Really confused, can anyone help my wallet sync or at least let me export it?
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May 09, 2017, 09:08:15 PM
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Just use diffirent wallet. Export ur private key, import it in Electrum or Multibit or Bitcoin core ale u will recover ur funds for sure Smiley

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May 10, 2017, 01:23:52 PM
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Hi, I am using a mSigna wallet for the first time. I sent bitcoin to the wallet but my wallet does not sync. I checked the blockchain so the money has arrived, but I can't connect. Obviously this means for now the balance in my wallet is 0.

Whenever I try to click connect, it says there is a peer connect error and that the target machine actively refused a connection.


What wallet could I use to restore my wallet?

Really confused, can anyone help my wallet sync or at least let me export it?

mSIGNA requires that you connect to a bitcoin node. Its not like electrum or multibit hd that uses SPV. You would need a full node, in which case you would install bitcoind and start it and let it download the blockchain, or connect to an ip of one. If youre new, I would recommend using electrum. Simply export your private key and import it to electrum. I do recall there being a export function in mSIGNA.
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May 23, 2017, 03:51:46 PM
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Just use diffirent wallet. Export ur private key, import it in Electrum or Multibit or Bitcoin core ale u will recover ur funds for sure Smiley


But I can't find my private key!

On mSigna, I export something called BIP32 extended key, but it doesn't work when I try and import this into Electrum.
Is that my private key?


Similarly, when I try to restore using my wallet seed on the MultiBit wallet, it shows this:


(check)   Backup location created
(cross)    Wallet created
(check)   Security certificates
(cross)    Wallet is synchronising. Please wait until complete.

EDIT: The reason this is a problem is because it gets stuck at this screen for hours.

If anyone can sort my problem I would be SO thankful!
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