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December 09, 2017, 09:55:54 AM
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when a user uses online wallet like blockchain.info it gives him more than 1 address like

new address : 13nYYLitRDrSuUfFRThYZaZQeDpx618cYs   /   first address :1AFR9EQ9cFiaFhs5gE1vFE4foPDghX5x48

How to know those two address from the same wallet?

what’s the right word on a google search to get more about this topic?

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when a user uses online wallet like blockchain.info it gives him more than 1 address like

new address : 13nYYLitRDrSuUfFRThYZaZQeDpx618cYs   /   first address :1AFR9EQ9cFiaFhs5gE1vFE4foPDghX5x48

How to know those two address from the same wallet?

what’s the right word on a google search to get more about this topic?

That's one of the disadvantages of using a wallet like blockchain.info, you can't see all of the pregenerated receiving adresses etcetera, ( as far as i know), and neither are your private keys easily accessible.

What you can do is put the adress into something like https://www.walletexplorer.com/wallet/0729db5ddd132004/addresses, to see from which wallet it is part of.

Note that this will only work when the adress has ATLEAST 1 incoming TX/ confirmed TX.

Newly generated adresses won't show up with the corresponding wallet.


you could manually create new adress using this guide, https://support.blockchain.com/hc/en-us/articles/207746403-Addresses

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