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December 13, 2017, 01:20:13 AM
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Hello there,

Recently i accidently tranfered litecoin to greenadress. I am trying to find a way to recover it since greenadress doesnt support litecoin. I have sent some emails to greenadress butt they dont seem to help me out. My litecoin is in a 2of2 wallet and in order to recover such kind of wallet i need there nlocktime file. The problem is since greenadress doenst support litecoin i cant request this recovery file since the wallet doesnt show the transaction. I tried a couple of things already butt no luck so far. I was wondering is someone could help me out with this. Im not a programmer butt i have a friend how can help me out. Any information is more then welcome. I hope someone can help me out with this.

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December 13, 2017, 01:46:11 AM
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Where did the litecoin came from? Can you share us the transaction ID of the transaction you made? Or the address where you accidentaly sent the LTC. I know the transaction will not be valid and will never be confirmed on blockchain thats why you need to cancel that transaction if ever its possible.

But the most possible solution is get the private keys of the address where you sent the LTC and import it on electrum-LTC desktop wallet.

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December 13, 2017, 10:19:41 PM
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Thanks for your respons its much appreciated. Since im using green wallet i have a 24 word phrase instead of a private key. I tried to generate a private key on BitAddress.org, and LiteAddress.org and it worked so i guess i have 1 private key. The thing with the 2of2 multiseg system is that green wallet apparently has the other key. Butt since they don't support litecoin i cant make any transactions. If im wrong feel free to correct me. Im new to this and i had to figure it out myself.

My LTC address is: 3Hp8bVLCd7zqgMSBurKLiw2G8KyTyVJNeF

If you have any suggestions on how to recover, they are more then welcome.

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December 13, 2017, 10:25:35 PM
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AFAIK you can get hold of the second key by using this tool[1]. I haven't read the documentation, but it should be self-explanatory.

[1] https://github.com/greenaddress/garecovery

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December 13, 2017, 10:40:56 PM
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Thanks again for the reply, the problem is you can request the nlock file in the greenwallet and they will send it to your email. the problem with this is that my wallet doesnt show any transactions because it doesnt support litecoin. I contacted greenwallet about this and they just said that the nlock file wont show any transactions (since it doesnt support LTC). So i'm kinda stuck here. Greenwallet doesnt offer any more help and just says they arent planning to build a LTC recovery tool.

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December 14, 2017, 11:19:12 AM
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If anyone has a solution or can advise me what to do, please let me know. All information is more then welcome.
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December 14, 2017, 09:05:49 PM
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Honestly, there is nothing that can be done. With a 2-of-2, you absolutely need 2 signatures to be able to send funds. If all that GreenAddress provided is an nLockTime partially signed transaction, that isn't going to be of use to you as it will have been signed for BTC (sending to a BTC address) and not for LTC.

While the addresses can be compatible, I don't think the transactions are (ie. You can't create a BTC transaction and transmit it in the LTC network).

"Cross-chain" transactions involving MultiSig can be extremely difficult to recover from unless you have all the keys Undecided

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