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July 31, 2017, 12:29:19 PM
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hello, i start using Electrum wallet today and i send my bitcoins on it when i try to spend them it is give me to enter 2fa key and i didn't set any 2fa ! when i enter nothing it open a window to me : http://prntscr.com/g2iada
i tried to import my private key to blockchain wallet from my Electrum  address and it is gives me a different private key for my address please help i feel like i lost my coins
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July 31, 2017, 12:46:23 PM
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The wallet you have is a 2fa wallet. If you don't have the 2fa code then you can do a restore using the seed mnemonic. Do you have the seed mnemonic of your wallet?

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July 31, 2017, 12:48:26 PM
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The wallet you have is a 2fa wallet. If you don't have the 2fa code then you can do a restore using the seed mnemonic. Do you have the seed mnemonic of your wallet?

i don't have seed i just download the wallet from electrum.org and start using it i just enter a password ! please help me what to do ?
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July 31, 2017, 01:33:30 PM
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The wallet you have is a 2fa wallet. If you don't have the 2fa code then you can do a restore using the seed mnemonic. Do you have the seed mnemonic of your wallet?

i don't have seed i just download the wallet from electrum.org and start using it i just enter a password ! please help me what to do ?

that's not how the wallet creation process works. either you or somebody else with access to your computer created the 2fa wallet. if you don't have the seed or the 2fa code then your money is lost. there is nothing anyone can do to help.

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August 01, 2017, 01:57:24 AM
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i don't have seed i just download the wallet from electrum.org and start using it i just enter a password ! please help me what to do ?
It sounds like you have used Electrum in the past and created a 2FA wallet previously. When you reinstalled Electrum, it would have found the old wallet (uninstalling Electrum doesn't remove the data directory containing wallets) and used that old wallet by default without asking you to generate a new one.

In any case, as Abdussamad has already said, without the seed or the Google Authenticator "secret" for this wallet, your coins are lost. Undecided

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