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February 23, 2018, 03:22:39 PM
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hello!!

This is a general question for all wallet QT (windows)

Sometimes, when I download the lastest version of a wallet (any wallet)
They didn't show my address in receive address.

But with the old version wallet, the address is beeing see (not with the lastest)

Is there any tips to retreive my old address in a new lastest wallet?

I'll try to dump wallet and import but nothing!!

So can you help me?

I repeat sometimes with any new wallet, they didn't show my receipt addres!

Thank's for help us!!
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February 23, 2018, 03:47:42 PM
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Sometimes, when I download the lastest version of a wallet (any wallet)
They didn't show my address in receive address.

What do you mean by your address?



But with the old version wallet, the address is beeing see (not with the lastest)

Did you try to import a private key / mnemonic seed into a wallet?
Or did you generate a new one?



Is there any tips to retreive my old address in a new lastest wallet?
I'll try to dump wallet and import but nothing!!
I repeat sometimes with any new wallet, they didn't show my receipt addres!

First, start off with the wallet you are currently using and what you exactly want to accomplish.
Do you wan't to export/import your private keys from your old wallet into a new one?


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February 23, 2018, 04:25:39 PM
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I've an old wallet.dat and with old version QT I can see my address!

But with the new QT, he can't show the old address (old wallet old version)

How to dump a privkey?

With console I dump the privkey (in the old QT) and import them in console mode (in the new QT)?

It's ok?
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February 23, 2018, 04:33:07 PM
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How to dump a privkey?
With console I dump the privkey (in the old QT) and import them in console mode (in the new QT)?
It's ok?

Yes, you can easily dump the private key(s) and import them into a new wallet.
To export your private key click on 'Help' -> 'Debug Window' -> 'Console' Tab. Then:
  • If your wallet is locked: walletpassphrase <YOUR_PASSWORD> 300
  • To view all the addresses which contain coins: listunspent
  • To dump the privkey: dumpprivkey <ADDRESS>

If you have a wallet which was created before HD wallets were introduced you might consider creating an new wallet and send your funds over there.
Transaction fees are very low currently. 10 sat/B are enough to get your TX confirmed in the next few blocks.

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February 23, 2018, 04:35:26 PM
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I've an old wallet.dat and with old version QT I can see my address!

What version is the software?

But with the new QT, he can't show the old address (old wallet old version)

What version is the new software?

Did you use the same wallet.dat file?

How to dump a privkey?

In console:
Code:
dumpprivkey 1yourBitcoinAddressHere

Replace 1yourBitcoinAddressHere with your actual Bitcoin Address

With console I dump the privkey (in the old QT) and import them in console mode (in the new QT)?

It's ok?

If the new software has a new wallet.dat file and you want to transfer the private keys.

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February 23, 2018, 08:04:43 PM
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ok! nice!

Now I see my oldies addresses (contains coins)

Could I'lll try a txindex=1 et reindex=1 in conf file?


To be sure to have transaction listed in new wallet, cause I've so much coins!!! Huh

Thank's!! nice!

A last question!

How can I get back an orphan transaction?
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February 23, 2018, 09:17:14 PM
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Another question?

Sometimes with QT program (any coins), the blockchain dowload stop to sync and in debug file we can see=>

UPnP Port Mapping successful.
connection timeout
connection timeout
trying connection 198.50.243.91:15005 lastseen=110.1hrs
trying connection 108.61.10.90:15005 lastseen=394282.7hrs
Loading addresses from DNS seeds (could take a while)
connection timeout
connection timeout
1 addresses found from DNS seeds
dnsseed thread exit
trying connection 80.140.104.33:15005 lastseen=29028.1hrs
trying connection 46.32.254.29:15005 lastseen=394282.7hrs
connection timeout
connection timeout
trying connection 80.189.147.215:15005 lastseen=18350.7hrs
trying connection 176.9.113.75:15005 lastseen=394282.7hrs
connection timeout
connection timeout
trying connection 198.50.243.91:15005 lastseen=110.1hrs
trying connection 68.96.174.79:15005 lastseen=394282.7hrs
connection timeout
connection timeout
trying connection 198.50.243.91:15005 lastseen=110.1hrs
trying connection 146.0.32.101:15005 lastseen=394282.7hrs
connection timeout
connection timeout
trying connection 198.50.243.91:15005 lastseen=110.1hrs
trying connection 198.15.119.114:15005 lastseen=394282.7hrs
connection timeout
connection timeout
trying connection 198.50.243.91:15005 lastseen=110.1hrs
trying connection 91.232.105.11:15005 lastseen=394282.7hrs
connection timeout
connection timeout
trying connection 198.50.243.91:15005 lastseen=110.1hrs
trying connection 176.31.53.252:15005 lastseen=394282.7hrs
connection timeout
connection timeout
trying connection 198.50.243.91:15005 lastseen=110.1hrs
trying connection 84.200.17.126:15005 lastseen=394282.7hrs
connection timeout
connection timeout
trying connection 198.50.243.91:


So must I still waiting for find with dns seed an good IP?
How can I put good seed into peers.Dat? Can I purge it? Huh Huh

Thank's for reply!
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February 23, 2018, 11:05:56 PM
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ok! nice!

Now I see my oldies addresses (contains coins)

Could I'lll try a txindex=1 et reindex=1 in conf file?


To be sure to have transaction listed in new wallet, cause I've so much coins!!! Huh

Thank's!! nice!

A last question!

How can I get back an orphan transaction?


Txindex=1 would indeed list ALL the transactions that have ever happend on the blockchain, however if you already added your private key/adress/watch only adress in a new wallet, it shouldn't make a difference.

As txindex=0 already indexes from these things.

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How can I get back an orphan transaction?
If your transaction got orphaned it means that it never got spend"confirmed" succesfully, or became invalid later on, and thus it should still be in your wallet. I believe that even the HEX transaction code will be still valid, and you should be able to push the tx back to the mempool using something like this, https://coinb.in

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