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August 27, 2017, 10:06:41 AM
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I want to use all my BTC addresses with a balance on my Trezor for signing messages. I have tried to use the addresses in the "Receive" tab, but the balance was already moved to other addresses according to block explorer research. How to accomplish this task without researching block explorer?

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August 27, 2017, 11:28:16 AM
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I want to use all my BTC addresses with a balance on my Trezor for signing messages. I have tried to use the addresses in the "Receive" tab, but the balance was already moved to other addresses according to block explorer research. How to accomplish this task without researching block explorer?

Do you ave the TXid of any of your transactions, or an address that has paid to you and the amount?
If not, can you find your xpub (public key), it might suggest how to do this in a search on google or a guide that came with your trezor.

Your recieve address is different as that is the address that you use when you want to be anonymous, hence why it keeps changing. (Note: youll still require aa block explorer once you've found the address/public key/transaction you need.

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August 27, 2017, 04:27:03 PM
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I have connected my Trezor with Electrum to solve this issue. Works like a charm, but would really be nice to implement easy to use functionality in web interface. I have also posted this in their sub reddit. Maybe someone cares about.

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August 27, 2017, 04:32:01 PM
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I have connected my Trezor with Electrum to solve this issue. Works like a charm, but would really be nice to implement easy to use functionality in web interface. I have also posted this in their sub reddit. Maybe someone cares about.
I have multiple accounts in the web trezor web gui. When using Electrum I am only able to view the balance and addresses of the first account. Grml. Is it possible to use other accounts than the primary account with electrum?

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August 27, 2017, 11:22:18 PM
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I have connected my Trezor with Electrum to solve this issue. Works like a charm, but would really be nice to implement easy to use functionality in web interface. I have also posted this in their sub reddit. Maybe someone cares about.
I have multiple accounts in the web trezor web gui. When using Electrum I am only able to view the balance and addresses of the first account. Grml. Is it possible to use other accounts than the primary account with electrum?

Yeah, you can do that. You'll need to create a new Electrum wallet file for each of the accounts within Electrum. Then you just need to specify the account number when you get to the following screen:



You should be able to increment that index by 1 each time to access the different accounts on your Trezor.
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August 28, 2017, 02:12:27 PM
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I have connected my Trezor with Electrum to solve this issue. Works like a charm, but would really be nice to implement easy to use functionality in web interface. I have also posted this in their sub reddit. Maybe someone cares about.
I have multiple accounts in the web trezor web gui. When using Electrum I am only able to view the balance and addresses of the first account. Grml. Is it possible to use other accounts than the primary account with electrum?

Yeah, you can do that. You'll need to create a new Electrum wallet file for each of the accounts within Electrum. Then you just need to specify the account number when you get to the following screen:



You should be able to increment that index by 1 each time to access the different accounts on your Trezor.
Thanks, that worked for me.

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