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November 03, 2013, 06:13:52 AM
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Let's say I I generate 10 addresses in bitcoin-qt client. Is it possible to save each address in a different wallet.dat file?
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November 03, 2013, 06:27:49 AM
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I don't believe bitcoin qt supports that feature.
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November 03, 2013, 06:34:05 AM
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Yes if you generate them seperately

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November 03, 2013, 06:54:00 AM
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Yes if you generate them seperately
How do I generate them separately?
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November 03, 2013, 12:22:57 PM
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0. n=0
1. n=n+1
2. Run bitcoin-qt
3. Generate an address
4. Quit bitcoin-qt
5. Rename wallet.dat to wallet_n.dat
6. Goto 1.

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November 03, 2013, 02:23:31 PM
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0. n=0
1. n=n+1
2. Run bitcoin-qt
3. Generate an address
4. Quit bitcoin-qt
5. Rename wallet.dat to wallet_n.dat
6. Goto 1.

I'd just add a "Wait for 5 minutes" between 2 and 3. Grin

Alternatively, you can generate all (x) addresses from the same wallet, export the (x) p-keys, import each of them in a new fresh wallet, and ultimately delete the first generating wallet.

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November 03, 2013, 02:58:39 PM
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0. n=0
1. n=n+1
2. Run bitcoin-qt
3. Generate an address
4. Quit bitcoin-qt
5. Rename wallet.dat to wallet_n.dat
6. Goto 1.

What's "n" here?
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November 03, 2013, 03:03:31 PM
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0. n=0
1. n=n+1
2. Run bitcoin-qt
3. Generate an address
4. Quit bitcoin-qt
5. Rename wallet.dat to wallet_n.dat
6. Goto 1.

What's "n" here?

n = x, imho
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November 03, 2013, 03:05:28 PM
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0. n=0
1. n=n+1
2. Run bitcoin-qt
3. Generate an address
4. Quit bitcoin-qt
5. Rename wallet.dat to wallet_n.dat
6. Goto 1.

I'd just add a "Wait for 5 minutes" between 2 and 3. Grin

Alternatively, you can generate all (x) addresses from the same wallet, export the (x) p-keys, import each of them in a new fresh wallet, and ultimately delete the first generating wallet.

I exported keys and it generated one CSV for all keys. But I don't see any import or load wallet option in litecoin-qt
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November 03, 2013, 03:08:27 PM
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0. n=0
1. n=n+1
2. Run bitcoin-qt
3. Generate an address
4. Quit bitcoin-qt
5. Rename wallet.dat to wallet_n.dat
6. Goto 1.

I'd just add a "Wait for 5 minutes" between 2 and 3. Grin

Alternatively, you can generate all (x) addresses from the same wallet, export the (x) p-keys, import each of them in a new fresh wallet, and ultimately delete the first generating wallet.

I exported keys and it generated one CSV for all keys. But I don't see any import or load wallet option in litecoin-qt

Not sure about litecoin-qt, but using bitcoin-qt, you can go to help=>Debuging=>Console and use the importprivkey command there.
Type "help importprivkey" first to get the right syntax.

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