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January 15, 2021, 11:13:03 AM
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I have one blockchain.com account its created in 2013 but due to some problems lost password now I have Identifier and 18 words phrase want to ask here is there any chance I can recover my funds from this wallet or now its all gone.

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January 15, 2021, 11:19:24 AM
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Best way is to contact blockchain.com support, they will be able to help you out easily and if you just wanted to know if it's recoverable, Yes, people have recovered legacy wallets with the help of blockchain support in past.
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January 15, 2021, 11:21:45 AM
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Best way is to contact blockchain.com support, they will be able to help you out easily and if you just wanted to know if it's recoverable, Yes, people have recovered legacy wallets with the help of blockchain support in past.
Ok thanks for this information now trying to contact them for this thanks again.

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January 15, 2021, 11:28:14 AM
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I have one blockchain.com account its created in 2013 but due to some problems lost password now I have Identifier and 18 words phrase want to ask here is there any chance I can recover my funds from this wallet or now its all gone.
It is an eye opening to new investors in bitcoin to choose wallet wisely. A lot of people are making such complain about blockchain.com and I think we should be aware of having total access to our wallet with our private keys. I am not a victim anyway to the wallet because of the interface and sloggy website in the past, if you still have your money there move it as soon as possible

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January 15, 2021, 12:58:04 PM
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I have one blockchain.com account its created in 2013 but due to some problems lost password now I have Identifier and 18 words phrase want to ask here is there any chance I can recover my funds from this wallet or now its all gone.

Did you read this?
https://support.blockchain.com/hc/en-us/articles/115001298143-Your-Recovery-Phrase-The-Failsafe

They expect 12 words: https://login.blockchain.com/#/recover

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January 15, 2021, 08:24:36 PM
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I have one blockchain.com account its created in 2013 but due to some problems lost password now I have Identifier and 18 words phrase
That's possibly one of the old "password recovery phrase" type phrases that blockchain.info used to use.

You can try the old recovery system here: https://login.blockchain.com/wallet/forgot-password?guid=

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January 15, 2021, 09:29:26 PM
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I have one blockchain.com account its created in 2013 but due to some problems lost password now I have Identifier and 18 words phrase
That's possibly one of the old "password recovery phrase" type phrases that blockchain.info used to use.

You can try the old recovery system here: https://login.blockchain.com/wallet/forgot-password?guid=
@HCPI just check your post and I enter my phrase here now its showing my account identifier but still password is not right now so can you give any information about this how can I recover my funds as first time I have this phrase working ?

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January 16, 2021, 03:13:19 AM
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Seems like it's the same issue as this guy's: Cannot decrypt wallet

It usually happens when you've changed the password but you didn't backup the new or updated recovery phrase.
That's because the old-version recovery phrase is only a backup of your walletID and password, so when you changed the password, the outdated backup phrase won't be any of use anymore since it's a backup of your outdated login credentials.

The way to fix this is to remember your new password(s) or find a copy of your "wallet.aes.json" to try to bruteforce your wallet.

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January 16, 2021, 08:50:05 AM
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@HCPI just check your post and I enter my phrase here now its showing my account identifier but still password is not right now so can you give any information about this how can I recover my funds as first time I have this phrase working ?
If you can't find your old wallet.aes.json file as suggested by nc50lc... then I would recommend that you contact blockchain.com support and ask for their help/advice. They may be able to provide your wallet.aes.json file given that you have the 18 word recovery phrase.

Tell them what you information you have (but do not email them your 18 words!), and what you have already tried to recover your wallet and see what they say.

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@HCPI just check your post and I enter my phrase here now its showing my account identifier but still password is not right now so can you give any information about this how can I recover my funds as first time I have this phrase working ?
If you can't find your old wallet.aes.json file as suggested by nc50lc... then I would recommend that you contact blockchain.com support and ask for their help/advice. They may be able to provide your wallet.aes.json file given that you have the 18 word recovery phrase.

Tell them what you information you have (but do not email them your 18 words!), and what you have already tried to recover your wallet and see what they say.
I already send them email about this now waiting for their reply as now I have identifier phrase but 18 words but still account no working hopefully they will give some better reply about this thanks for your time and gaudiness.

Edit: Just want to ask can they provide this without any problem or no wallet.aes.json file  ?

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January 16, 2021, 02:07:43 PM
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Edit: Just want to ask can they provide this without any problem or no wallet.aes.json file  ?

They do or they used to, I got mine a couple years ago, but some time ago some people started reporting about being ghosted. Can't hurt to try.

Also remember to check your email accounts to see if none of them have emails with the file as bc.i used to send them after every transaction, IIRC.

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January 17, 2021, 05:17:50 PM
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@HCPI just check your post and I enter my phrase here now its showing my account identifier but still password is not right now so can you give any information about this how can I recover my funds as first time I have this phrase working ?
If you can't find your old wallet.aes.json file as suggested by nc50lc... then I would recommend that you contact blockchain.com support and ask for their help/advice. They may be able to provide your wallet.aes.json file given that you have the 18 word recovery phrase.

Tell them what you information you have (but do not email them your 18 words!), and what you have already tried to recover your wallet and see what they say.
I have one question if I have wallet.aes.json file phrase 18 words and identifier then is possible transferring my funds in new wallet or still need any thing for this all ?

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January 17, 2021, 07:23:59 PM
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I have one question if I have wallet.aes.json file phrase 18 words and identifier then is possible transferring my funds in new wallet or still need any thing for this all ?
The 18 words you have are simply a password recovery tool specific for old blockchain.com wallets. When you entered them in to the link given earlier in this thread, you said you received a password but it was "incorrect". If you manage to find/recover/be sent the .json file and the password you obtained from your 18 words is correct, then you will be able to access coins. If the password obtained from your 18 words is incorrect, then your only other option would be to try to brute force the .json file. This could be anything from easy to impossible depending on how long and complex the password you used is.

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January 18, 2021, 06:08:11 AM
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I have one question if I have wallet.aes.json file phrase 18 words and identifier then is possible transferring my funds in new wallet or still need any thing for this all ?
The 18 words you have are simply a password recovery tool specific for old blockchain.com wallets. When you entered them in to the link given earlier in this thread, you said you received a password but it was "incorrect". If you manage to find/recover/be sent the .json file and the password you obtained from your 18 words is correct, then you will be able to access coins. If the password obtained from your 18 words is incorrect, then your only other option would be to try to brute force the .json file. This could be anything from easy to impossible depending on how long and complex the password you used is.
Thanks for reply now I understand this my password is not very long its very small so is this good or no because now in learning process so just because of this asking these questions thanks again.

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First of all, from my past experience most likely Blockchain will never help in your case. Usually, they even don't help those who have a normal issue, regarding password recovery, they don't have these features. Anyway, if you have a wallet identifier and email address then still there is hope for you. I am assuming you have access to your blockchain wallet. You may download it by a command. Then brute forces your password by BTC to recover. See the below video to see the processor, hope you will find a solution.
Here is the video: Brute force blockchain wallet by btcrecover.

This video for learning purposes, as far as I know, that guy makes the true video. Just try it yourself, don't trust any third party. Most likely many scammers would PM you to recover your wallet. Don't hand over your wallet credentials to scammers. Ask them to discuss everything here on this thread.

Otherwise, if you think the process is complicated, then you may hire this person, Bitcoin Wallet Recovery Services - for forgotten wallet password. He is looking trusted on the forum and has a few positive reviews. But still, I will encourage you to decrypt it by yourself which is safer.





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First of all, from my past experience most likely Blockchain will never help in your case. Usually, they even don't help those who have a normal issue, regarding password recovery, they don't have these features. Anyway, if you have a wallet identifier and email address then still there is hope for you. I am assuming you have access to your blockchain wallet. You may download it by a command. Then brute forces your password by BTC to recover. See the below video to see the processor, hope you will find a solution.
Here is the video: Brute force blockchain wallet by btcrecover.

This video for learning purposes, as far as I know, that guy makes the true video. Just try it yourself, don't trust any third party. Most likely many scammers would PM you to recover your wallet. Don't hand over your wallet credentials to scammers. Ask them to discuss everything here on this thread.

Otherwise, if you think the process is complicated, then you may hire this person, Bitcoin Wallet Recovery Services - for forgotten wallet password. He is looking trusted on the forum and has a few positive reviews. But still, I will encourage you to decrypt it by yourself which is safer.
@Coolcryptovator really thankful for your kind tips and this video its really helpful now first I am in contact with (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=240779.0) them hopefully they will check and give any reply about this and yes I already have 4 messages about recovery I check these guys mostly have negative feedbacks for their work now I will also try myself hopefully I will learn something good in this all process.

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January 18, 2021, 01:15:43 PM
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@Coolcryptovator really thankful for your kind tips and this video its really helpful now first I am in contact with (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=240779.0) them hopefully they will check and give any reply about this and yes I already have 4 messages about recovery I check these guys mostly have negative feedbacks for their work now I will also try myself hopefully I will learn something good in this all process.
It was better if you can do it by yourself. Learning this would help you in the future to avoid such issues. It seems walletrecoveryservice is active on this forum, so hopefully, you will get a reply from them soon. Keep in mind, most probably they will charge you 20% of your wallet portfolio if they can recover.

Anyway, I knew a few scammers will contact you to scam. Don't make any deal with scammers. If someone from a reputed user wants to help you via PM then you can post your name here, so we could verify how he is trusted. Don't contact anyone outside the forum. For example there is an impersonate of Coolcryptovator's. Just stay calm, I believe your funds will be recovered in the end. 





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@Coolcryptovator really thankful for your kind tips and this video its really helpful now first I am in contact with (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=240779.0) them hopefully they will check and give any reply about this and yes I already have 4 messages about recovery I check these guys mostly have negative feedbacks for their work now I will also try myself hopefully I will learn something good in this all process.
It was better if you can do it by yourself. Learning this would help you in the future to avoid such issues. It seems walletrecoveryservice is active on this forum, so hopefully, you will get a reply from them soon. Keep in mind, most probably they will charge you 20% of your wallet portfolio if they can recover.

Anyway, I knew a few scammers will contact you to scam. Don't make any deal with scammers. If someone from a reputed user wants to help you via PM then you can post your name here, so we could verify how he is trusted. Don't contact anyone outside the forum. For example there is an impersonate of Coolcryptovator's. Just stay calm, I believe your funds will be recovered in the end. 
I really love way you guiding me for this all today I watch few videos and have good lessons but still its need some good skills and time for understanding I will try to do this all with patience now today I done one new thing Electrum is much better then blockchain.com so I am trying o use this now I have one question today I try to send few bucks on my own address for option send to many but its not working as its need to do can you guide me is there any special way or I have can do this easily on Electrum.

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I have one question today I try to send few bucks on my own address for option send to many but its not working as its need to do can you guide me is there any special way or I have can do this easily on Electrum.
Quite confusing question. It would be easier to answer if you write clearly what exactly do you want. I am assuming you are talking about the "Pay to many" option. If you want to send bitcoins to multiple addresses then it's quite simple from Electrum. You can send bitcoins to multiple addresses at the same time and the same transaction, it will save your fees. For that you have to click on Tools> Pay to many. If you want to know more then write here.

Good to see that you have chosen Electrum as your wallet. Just make sure you have downloaded it from the official website and verify signature as well. Don't forget to save your seed in multiple papers and places. Don't store your wallet credentials in any online or offline machine.





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First of all, from my past experience most likely Blockchain will never help in your case. Usually, they even don't help those who have a normal issue, regarding password recovery, they don't have these features. Anyway, if you have a wallet identifier and email address then still there is hope for you. I am assuming you have access to your blockchain wallet. You may download it by a command. Then brute forces your password by BTC to recover. See the below video to see the processor, hope you will find a solution.
Here is the video: Brute force blockchain wallet by btcrecover.

This video for learning purposes, as far as I know, that guy makes the true video. Just try it yourself, don't trust any third party. Most likely many scammers would PM you to recover your wallet. Don't hand over your wallet credentials to scammers. Ask them to discuss everything here on this thread.

Otherwise, if you think the process is complicated, then you may hire this person, Bitcoin Wallet Recovery Services - for forgotten wallet password. He is looking trusted on the forum and has a few positive reviews. But still, I will encourage you to decrypt it by yourself which is safer.
@Coolcryptovator really thankful for your kind tips and this video its really helpful now first I am in contact with (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=240779.0) them hopefully they will check and give any reply about this and yes I already have 4 messages about recovery I check these guys mostly have negative feedbacks for their work now I will also try myself hopefully I will learn something good in this all process.

They probably have negative feedback because they are trying to scam you especially via private messages, would be my guess. If you have not had any success recovering from blockchains support, as a last resort as others have mentioned using btcrecover, if you have your wallet identifier guid and an idea of what your password should be then you can use it to get your wallet.aes.json file and try and brute force it.  There are also ways to extract just the part of the wallet.aes.json that is needed to crack only the password (keeping your wallet/funds safe essentially), and getting others to help with the brutceforcing part if that is too complicated to setup a good tokenfile for you.

If you find that you are at that point where you need to get btcrecover running, and the funds are worth recovering, but seem to be stuck then send a reply back in this thread and I can try and help walking you through getting the program up and running on your computer.
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