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alirezakaj
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September 01, 2017, 07:21:10 AM
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hi
how to access my wallet using view key ?
is it possible using monero gui ? i lost my wallet file and password and only have main address and view key from it .
it was local wallet .
i tried monero gui but cant see where to put view key
any help?
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September 01, 2017, 09:44:02 AM
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hi
how to access my wallet using view key ?
is it possible using monero gui ? i lost my wallet file and password and only have main address and view key from it .
it was local wallet .
i tried monero gui but cant see where to put view key
any help?
monero is weird because you need all 3 keys to able to spend it.
i have had similar problem with monero. i bought monero physical coin, loaded it with 5 monero, put the private keye under hologram and threw away other keyes. latter realized that i wont be able to spent it with just a private keye. luckily it was same day so i took out those keys from rubbish bin. monero sucks
if you lost private key. forget about it. burning cash. how many moneros youve lost?

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