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December 23, 2017, 10:46:01 PM
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Hello there, I am completely new to cryptocurrencies and Spectrecoin, therefore I would be extremely thankful if anyone can link me some useful information of how Spectrecoin basically works.

Is trading BTC to XSPEC the only way to get a Spectrecoin ? If not, what other ways are there ?
Also, how does the sale of this coin work like ? Is it possible to convert it to any value like USD/ Euro or I would need to place a sell order and wait untill some buyer buys my coin .. ?

Thank you.

Buying and selling XSPEC works the same as for any other 'alternative', i.e., non-Bitcoin, cryptocurrency. You need to convert your fiat currency of choice (USD/Euro etc.) into BTC on an exchange. Which one you choose will usually depend on your country of residence, and you'll find lots of opinions online about which ones are best. You may need to verify your account with ID. Once it's set up and you have money on the exchange, you will make an order for X BTC at Y price per unit. You can either pay the current asking price, in which case your order will be filled more or less immediately, or you can place a buy order at a lower price in the hopes that the price will come down. In the latter case, your order will remain open until it is filled, which could be in an hour, a day, a month, or never.

Once you have BTC, you will need to use that to buy XSPEC. Because XSPEC is only listed on small exchanges, this means that you will need to make an account with an exchange that trades XSPEC and send your BTC there. For XSPEC, your best bet is Cryptopia (there is also Bisq, but that is arguably more challenging for a newbie: https://bisq.network/ I will assume you go with a 'normal' exchange, but obviously up to you.). Once you have an account, you'll need to find the deposit address for BTC, and send BTC to it. Once you have BTC in your Cryptopia account, you will place an order for X XSPEC at Y price in BTC per unit, again with the same basic parameters as for the previous example. As an aside, note that there will be fees for every step in this process: the actual trades, and also the act of transferring from one place to another. Make sure you factor this into your math.

So now you have XSPEC. The next step is to download and install the wallet on a secure computer in your possession, and wait for it to sync (you will likely need to add nodes manually to get it to sync (https://github.com/bitcoinx2/spectre/wiki/FAQ#7-i-have-zero-connections)). This will take a few hours. Once it's synced, send your XSPEC from the exchange to the address of your new wallet. Send e.g. 0.1 XSPEC as a test first, and once you have confirmed that it's working, send the rest.

After that, you'll want to encrypt your wallet with a secure password, and consider leaving it running 24/7 to stake a receive occasional 'interest' (the cost-benefit ratio of doing this will depend on how many XSPEC you have. If you have free electricity then it doesn't matter; otherwise, you'd want probably north of 500 XSPEC for it to begin to be worthwhile). That's it.

More info and a step-by-step guide here: https://medium.com/@spacemanmatt/how-to-stake-spectrecoin-xspec-5f533c73ce52
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December 24, 2017, 01:18:10 AM
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Can I withdraw XSPEX from cryptopia balance to desktop wallet? (1.3.3)
Some users of cryptopia is saying that XSPEX not arrived.
anyone know this issue?
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Can I withdraw XSPEX from cryptopia balance to desktop wallet? (1.3.3)
Some users of cryptopia is saying that XSPEX not arrived.
anyone know this issue?

I just withdrew to my wallet from cryptopia and it worked flawlessly. Can you send to the stealth address from cryptopia as well? Is there any reason ever not to always only use the stealth address? Is the stealth address and default address essentially like two wallets, in that they each hold balances?
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December 24, 2017, 01:01:58 PM
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On vacation so this week's news was delayed....of course we invite you to join the huge community on Slack
_______________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________


Spectreproject’s Weekly Summary
Saturday, December 9th – Saturday, December 16th

A huge expansion of SpectreProject Slack - Welcome to all the new Members of this dynamic community.  

Immo-Manolo, Fronzio, Lokib, arteon, dre, arayich, alexsithomas, Jowblob2, Julien, Bubalus, Dante, friedchicken, df, lennonvc, oliver.kaartinen, Keyare, vjeranc, limbo, abernal, Shane F rakes, Felix Palm, 639bB, faimon96, Sonbrak, Topi, tbold, Clarke, btcking123, nikkonone, chvdvelde, shaine, sander_jonathan, manuel_gosseye, Yecan, NeverPussy, ILoveNikola, George, Midnightrun, frank, Ray, ve sche, n2g56, Scott, dgreavesukother, lv.avilesp, Stopbeingreedy, n0daylight, Goldenfleece, Felix, Sixte, SCAR_8, djphil12, Espectre Patronum, Spencer, Keith, hegs, cryptocurious, lasseterproductions, StrangestTribe, mattv88, nexttrade.dev, r4d0n, scienide, Jake P, JNDoofus, AussieBrent, ypuntot, Keato, stevesmarie, tylerb366, billylau6, KLemz, Mil, Babber, Crypt0, Mbk, will, Emile, Burak, mont0, ubettercall, Redrace, Teemu S, MC, and Izzy

The community now stands at 1,109 Members

The Reddit and telegram communities are also thriving even though they are newer.
Both are well over 200 members and going up everyday. For many its their first stop on the way to the Slack community.

Developer Nutz and Boltz -  It’s one of those times where I almost don’t know where to start.

As we finish up the news….This just in from @jbg the projectmanager/lead dev
“the first automatic staking donation transactions have happened on the live network
v1.3.4 with this functionality & other fixes will be released this week.”

First a review of upcoming releases for new and old time users
1.3.4 (Imminent)
Minor bugfixes and performance improvements
Updated node list for more reliable syncing
Updated Tor to the latest version
Introduction of a donation slider allowing donation of a percentage of staking rewards to the developers
____________________________________________________________________________
1.4 (End of 2017)
Migration to the latest version of Qt with a revamped native wallet UI
Major improvements to stealth coins including a new splitting/combining algorithm and automatic ring size
Major sync performance improvements
Memory use reduction through the removal of QtWebKit (important for the performance of the Android wallet)
Packages for popular Linux distributions

____________________________________________________________________________


2.0 (Q1 2018)
Stealth addresses and transactions become the default.
Further features and improvements to be announced.
2.1 (Q2 2018)
Initial Android release

I hope this helps everyone see how things are lining up and please understand…..The devs are doing things as quickly and accurately as possible. We’re fortunate to have two “world class” devs and they do things right….no unfinished code will be pushed out the door. Exact dates are not available as testing and bug squashing can cause some delays. Just watch the announcements-news channel in Slack for the latest.

I know the entire community appreciates the increased presence of @jbg in Slack and his help and explanations not only about all things SpectreCoin [xspec] but, other information and tidbits about crypto in a friendly easy to understand way. I know I learn something almost everyday from him.



SpectreCoin News - The success of our own Marketing group effort to coordinate as a team back on December 6th has been stunning. If anyone is interested in becoming involved with SpectreCoin marketing join Slack and contact @trainasauruswrecks (who is the driving force there), @srqrebel, @thethundergoose or @rkh (key members there as well).

Growth in new community members, lots of experienced savvy investors (who really understand the tech of xspec or want to learn) and now SpectreCoin [xspec] is starting to take its rightful place among privacy coins as the “Tech First” project.

And did I mentioned a new ATH as well as a retrace to new substantial floor for the next ride up? Wow….just WOW!

Congratulations to trainasauruswrecks and everyone on the marketing team, it really proves that community based marketing is truly the best.

In bisq news….SpectreCoin [xspec] is NOW available in the 6.2 release. Please visit
Bisq-the P2P exchange to learn more. It is suggested to read their faq and get familiar with bisq. Being a decentralized exchange...its a little different to use but gives people privacy not found on centralized exchanges.

In closing….It figures all the excitement happens when I’m away and have poor net connections and service. Maybe I should go out of town more often! LoL

Things should improve in a few days though..

Everyone have a Xspectacular Christmas!  

Beachguy

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December 24, 2017, 01:48:27 PM
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On vacation so this week's news was delayed....of course we invite you to join the huge community on Slack
_______________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________


Spectreproject’s Weekly Summary
Saturday, December 9th – Saturday, December 16th

A huge expansion of SpectreProject Slack - Welcome to all the new Members of this dynamic community.  

Immo-Manolo, Fronzio, Lokib, arteon, dre, arayich, alexsithomas, Jowblob2, Julien, Bubalus, Dante, friedchicken, df, lennonvc, oliver.kaartinen, Keyare, vjeranc, limbo, abernal, Shane F rakes, Felix Palm, 639bB, faimon96, Sonbrak, Topi, tbold, Clarke, btcking123, nikkonone, chvdvelde, shaine, sander_jonathan, manuel_gosseye, Yecan, NeverPussy, ILoveNikola, George, Midnightrun, frank, Ray, ve sche, n2g56, Scott, dgreavesukother, lv.avilesp, Stopbeingreedy, n0daylight, Goldenfleece, Felix, Sixte, SCAR_8, djphil12, Espectre Patronum, Spencer, Keith, hegs, cryptocurious, lasseterproductions, StrangestTribe, mattv88, nexttrade.dev, r4d0n, scienide, Jake P, JNDoofus, AussieBrent, ypuntot, Keato, stevesmarie, tylerb366, billylau6, KLemz, Mil, Babber, Crypt0, Mbk, will, Emile, Burak, mont0, ubettercall, Redrace, Teemu S, MC, and Izzy

The community now stands at 1,109 Members

The Reddit and telegram communities are also thriving even though they are newer.
Both are well over 200 members and going up everyday. For many its their first stop on the way to the Slack community.

Developer Nutz and Boltz -  It’s one of those times where I almost don’t know where to start.

As we finish up the news….This just in from @jbg the projectmanager/lead dev
“the first automatic staking donation transactions have happened on the live network
v1.3.4 with this functionality & other fixes will be released this week.”

First a review of upcoming releases for new and old time users
1.3.4 (Imminent)
Minor bugfixes and performance improvements
Updated node list for more reliable syncing
Updated Tor to the latest version
Introduction of a donation slider allowing donation of a percentage of staking rewards to the developers
____________________________________________________________________________
1.4 (End of 2017)
Migration to the latest version of Qt with a revamped native wallet UI
Major improvements to stealth coins including a new splitting/combining algorithm and automatic ring size
Major sync performance improvements
Memory use reduction through the removal of QtWebKit (important for the performance of the Android wallet)
Packages for popular Linux distributions

____________________________________________________________________________


2.0 (Q1 2018)
Stealth addresses and transactions become the default.
Further features and improvements to be announced.
2.1 (Q2 2018)
Initial Android release

I hope this helps everyone see how things are lining up and please understand…..The devs are doing things as quickly and accurately as possible. We’re fortunate to have two “world class” devs and they do things right….no unfinished code will be pushed out the door. Exact dates are not available as testing and bug squashing can cause some delays. Just watch the announcements-news channel in Slack for the latest.

I know the entire community appreciates the increased presence of @jbg in Slack and his help and explanations not only about all things SpectreCoin [xspec] but, other information and tidbits about crypto in a friendly easy to understand way. I know I learn something almost everyday from him.



SpectreCoin News - The success of our own Marketing group effort to coordinate as a team back on December 6th has been stunning. If anyone is interested in becoming involved with SpectreCoin marketing join Slack and contact @trainasauruswrecks (who is the driving force there), @srqrebel, @thethundergoose or @rkh (key members there as well).

Growth in new community members, lots of experienced savvy investors (who really understand the tech of xspec or want to learn) and now SpectreCoin [xspec] is starting to take its rightful place among privacy coins as the “Tech First” project.

And did I mentioned a new ATH as well as a retrace to new substantial floor for the next ride up? Wow….just WOW!

Congratulations to trainasauruswrecks and everyone on the marketing team, it really proves that community based marketing is truly the best.

In bisq news….SpectreCoin [xspec] is NOW available in the 6.2 release. Please visit
Bisq-the P2P exchange to learn more. It is suggested to read their faq and get familiar with bisq. Being a decentralized exchange...its a little different to use but gives people privacy not found on centralized exchanges.

In closing….It figures all the excitement happens when I’m away and have poor net connections and service. Maybe I should go out of town more often! LoL

Things should improve in a few days though..

Everyone have a Xspectacular Christmas!  

Beachguy

“People say it's a Ponzi scheme, it's a bubble. People really don't want to take it seriously. At some point, that narrative will shift to 'virtual currencies are here to stay.’ ”
                                      
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All sounds good.

But we don't have v1.3.4 version in THIS week.

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December 24, 2017, 02:32:12 PM
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my apologies, newsletter was current at the time released in Slack.....roadmap was updated yesterday. v1.3.4 is due anyday now.
If you'd like to check updated roadmap you can see.
There was other info in the newsletter I wanted to get out.

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How can I join the Slack group of Spectrecoin ?
Can anyone link me ?
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What makes this privacy coin special compered to all the other ones??

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December 25, 2017, 01:16:08 AM
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How can I join the Slack group of Spectrecoin ?
Can anyone link me ?
You must register in Slack and then paste in the search for the name of our main channel: #general_xspec_only
 and join this channel

▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ▬ ▬▬     SPECTRECOIN     ▬▬ ▬ ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬
     TOR+OBFS4 ● Ghost ProtocolAvailable on Bisq.io    
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What makes this privacy coin special compered to all the other ones??
After updating 1.3.4, all transactions on the stealth address in the wallet will be full anonymous. Also wallet uses tor + obfs4 network, which can work in countries where TOR is prohibited. Also there is PoS technology, which allows you to increase your balance by 5-10% per year and for this you do not need to have a very expensive PC, just have a simple PC.

▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ▬ ▬▬     SPECTRECOIN     ▬▬ ▬ ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬
     TOR+OBFS4 ● Ghost ProtocolAvailable on Bisq.io    
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December 25, 2017, 03:38:02 AM
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Hey guys, since I am not very technical, and I would like to ask you for a short technical comparison of the Verge vs. Spectrecoin. Unfortunately was not able to find comparison on http://coinwiki.info/en/SpectreCoin

I was checking it out, and it looks similar to spectre, and I am wondering if the Anonymity technology is superior, or Transactions per second is superior. Thank you

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How can I join the Slack group of Spectrecoin ?
Can anyone link me ?

Hey guys,See ann user's signature

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December 25, 2017, 03:52:49 PM
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I am not even sure if I am in the correct forum here, I bought SXS coins in the ICO which have been swapped to SXS2 and have to exchange them soon to either SXU or SXD is this the correct forum please, if it is I can't find any information on which could be the better swap for me.
SXU = Utility
SXD = Dividend

That's all I know I have searched the FAQ's in most places any clue would be great

Thanks in advance
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December 25, 2017, 05:22:45 PM
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@loweyboy
you are confusing Spectrecoin [xspec], launched a year ago and is a "coin", with a project that  utilized part of our name , is an erc20 ethereum based token....and is for starting up an exchange. Two completely different animals.
Good luck with sorting through it....and please take a look at SpectreCoin [xspec]
 

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Thanks @Beachguy Weird there are 2 Spectres no wonder I got confused, it doesn't take a lot Smiley
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Thanks @Beachguy Weird there are 2 Spectres no wonder I got confused, it doesn't take a lot Smiley

Its THEIR doing not ours......so I wouldn't trust them very much.  Roll Eyes

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Spectreproject’s Weekly Summary
Saturday, December 16th – Saturday, December 23rd
We continue the awesome growth of our Slack community - as of December 23 we have 1269 Members and still growing. Please welcome to Spectreproject.
dshaun, Karuz0, dss212, cal, Goon, ju, Milchmann, sandeepgupta27, joeychan1980, Snow, saru, Coding101, mahoni, ajin, derpherp, mtj89, hak, rjs_essex, simon, nahual, Newby, mimeticarbitrage, vogie, superyosal, ilja.mamutov, Jota, Piotr, Infinnerty, bene-imail, FL, Francie, johncro, oldstyle, sp, drc, mattwhein, kepler, dalton.buck95, drazen, ben, Goldberg57, Rittzer, mastequila, Florida Man, Tor, andreas, j0s, MisterHizz, williamsonz1, MTX, paypalwithebay, mlt, sandercoumans007, kirilale, oyunkovala, rickhanger, lewiswilliams95, softh, Jay, vreede.rene, Chris, Cryptoscottyboy, JLa, TheBear, ashhh, Dave, Mika, bitocrypt, adi, banana_stinson, kylef, paweld, jfejaspers, crypto2020, anoncrypto, raunokiviloo, Fnatic, borgx, Ketonal, Salfuk, federico.viaro, eyesoulate, yilmaz.yildirim1985, kingkeko, velliperse, icezland, sebbi, Toni, jig, SK, nonosunny, ookamito, the_gambler, PoeNedge, zoffrer, Alda, Jack G, harvest.imoti, jojojko.burza, Adam, nkt, cherbuinarthur, chrisk2305, antibla, Danny, Goh, chris007as, bm, Nordio, Calc It, desscrid, Tru, Jimbo, chaz, johnson, John Mcafee, Bolek, zhodler, MAtheGOAT, wgray716, bfish1, Butan16, Astaroth43, Romy, Wicked Womba t, MK, gandalphlegrand, alex.herranz15, guodong, wivked, Sn00ze, Goldeneye, Skullpool, Greg, msrwitvliet, Tonce, Dave, p.a.n., Sacx, xspecial, imarnandha, kontol bisar, spacesuit, heilandsack, heli.schuessler, AC8888, newbienik, jbg, Tangle_and_BChain, Discounted, shivan.abdine, Frozenballs, vipercy, TRON, anderskalland, joshwaan2k, Steve, gocampos, thewildyak, and yohimbe

Dev Nutz and Boltz - @jbg has made some adjustments and additions to the roadmap and client/wallet releases. The entire community is enjoying his continued higher profile on a daily basis as noobs and old timers alike learn from him. Ironically, it’s one of the things pushing back the roadmap a little but, it seems to be what the community wants and he intends to continue.

v1.3.4 is nearly ready - just a bit of final testing going on with the staking donations. Should be released very soon.
Roadmap has been updated.

With brycel's help, jbg has managed to backport the automatic ring size calculation code into v1.3.4 as well as the long awaited  - donation "slider" mechanism to fund the project by whole community.

Stealth transactions can now be made without needing to adjust ring size, and as more people use them, they will automatically become more private.

This was the prerequisite for making it possible to allow exchanges to provide stealth withdrawals, so after v1.3.4 is released TEAM will be doing some outreach to encourage them(Cryptopia and Livecoin) to implement.

Minor bugfixes and performance improvements
Updated node list for reliable syncing
Updated Tor to the latest version
Introduction of a staking donation setting allowing donation of a percentage of staking rewards to the developers
Automatic ring size determination for stealth transactions
New build system making building on Linux much easier



*NEW TARGETS*
v1.4 is going to get released in the "end of January 2018", which brycel and jbg have discussed and agree that it is a conservative estimate.

Migration to the latest version of Qt with a revamped native wallet UI using QtQuick, which will be simple to port to Android in order to make a mobile wallet
Major improvements to stealth coins including a new splitting/combining algorithm and automatic ring size
Major sync performance improvements
Memory use reduction through the removal of QtWebKit (important for the performance of the Android wallet)
Packages for popular Linux distributions



*v2.0*
As for 2.0 (default stealth addresses). Team is moving the target to Q2 2018. The reason is, with v1.4 coming in Jan, there is not enough time between v1.4 and v2.0 if v2.0 comes in Q1 2018.

That is both in order to have enough time for testing, and to have time to make sure the network is majority - v1.4. As v2.0 will not be chain-compatible with earlier versions
Stealth addresses and transactions become the default
Innovative stealth staking
Further features and improvements to be announced


TEAM hopes that everyone understands the reasons for the shifted dates. (edited)

Other SpectreProject news - We have now gained the interest and support of @kepler.
He is a professional web developer with experience in web and mobile tech and working the last two years in AR/VR. He is starting a design and is working with @jbg on what is needed.

This community never ceases to amaze me as we enter our second year. After finding a new “floor” SpectreCoin [xspec] is again rising in a nice fashion…...never a P&D coin…..its growth is steady and measured.

As mentioned earlier I am still on vacation, limited in my ability to post but checking in via phone from time to time.I’m able to catch a dsl (remember those?) connection a few times a day to post.

Enjoy the upcoming New Year!

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December 26, 2017, 11:12:48 PM
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My wallet has been syncing for 5 hours yet my data folder is still 15 mb. It doesn't seem to be downloading the blockchain. The network history in the debug logs show no traffic. I have added the wallet executive to the Windows firewall and it says it's connected to Tor. Is there anything I can do to get it to work?

If your wallet says "Zero connections", check this out: https://github.com/bitcoinx2/spectre/wiki/FAQ#7-i-have-zero-connections

The above issue should be fixed in the next (1.3.4) wallet release.

Hi!

I did follow the instructions and i have added around 10 different nodes. Unfortunately, the wallet still shows 0 connections (Windows firewall exception is in place). Does anybody know what the problem could be?
I guess in the worst case i will have to wait for the realease of the latest version, but i would like to get my coins off the exchange asap...

thanks for the help.

Cheers,


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December 27, 2017, 12:39:19 AM
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My wallet has been syncing for 5 hours yet my data folder is still 15 mb. It doesn't seem to be downloading the blockchain. The network history in the debug logs show no traffic. I have added the wallet executive to the Windows firewall and it says it's connected to Tor. Is there anything I can do to get it to work?

If your wallet says "Zero connections", check this out: https://github.com/bitcoinx2/spectre/wiki/FAQ#7-i-have-zero-connections

The above issue should be fixed in the next (1.3.4) wallet release.

Hi!

I did follow the instructions and i have added around 10 different nodes. Unfortunately, the wallet still shows 0 connections (Windows firewall exception is in place). Does anybody know what the problem could be?
I guess in the worst case i will have to wait for the realease of the latest version, but i would like to get my coins off the exchange asap...

thanks for the help.

Cheers,



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December 27, 2017, 08:58:08 AM
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Where can i find my recovery phrase. I'm trying to move my wallet to another computer and i can only download the backup .dat file.
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