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March 31, 2024, 01:03:49 PM
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Hi Moon Bro, PK is the private key, each Moon address has a PK and it is used to restore funds from a given address to a new wallet.
Open your Mooncoin wallet and follow the steps, go to the help tab, then debug window, and choose the console option. type 'help' and enter, then all the command options will appear, including the commands to access your PK and restore the current address in a new wallet via PK


Thanks Heitor... I sent a Private Message, regarding what my Mooncoin address is... Seems I found it by looking at my Transactions for Mooncoins that were sent to my wallet, so it looks as if I answered my own question, and looks like the correct command I should enter would be:

dumpprivkey (the address for which I received coins)


Exactly, After executing this command, your PK will appear, and just save the code provided and apply it to the new wallet. If the PK and backup method doesn't work  takes a print of the error message that appears, there are other paths for specific cases. Don't forget to check all transactions for see how many addresses with Mooncoin there are in your wallet, it is possible to have more than 1 address with Mooncoin in a wallet.
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April 09, 2024, 02:20:41 PM
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Hi Heitor,

When I go to mooncoin.com, I get a message:

Warning: Potential Security Risk Ahead
or
This site can’t be reached

Wondering if there is a problem with the site or a security risk?


ALSO, What is "the PK from the Mooncoin address?" And how to find it?


Thanks,
Gregg

Hi Moon Bro, now i am I have more information about the message that appears on mooncoin.com

"Warning: Potential Security Risk Ahead
or This site can’t be reached"

it typically means that the website SSL certificate (the thing which makes a https connection possible) expired. You still can connect to these websites through normal http:// (not encrypted https://) But as many websites ask for login and passwords or credit card details, now all browsers warn about sites without https, even if these sites are text pages and don't ask for any sensitive information. Current requirements ask to prolong SSL certificates (https) every year, unlike domain names that you can register for 10 years and forget about any further bureaucracy. That is why sometimes you can see a warning like that.
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April 17, 2024, 08:01:47 PM
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Hi All Moon Bros, Mooncoin now has a new trading pair, MOON/LITECOIN on Cointopay, an exchange with years on the market and high credibility



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