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November 09, 2021, 11:10:33 AM
Last edit: November 09, 2021, 01:10:19 PM by dementia33
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I want to ask which 2 wallets are these and what is the file format, how to back wallet access via file.
Thanks you very much.
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November 09, 2021, 12:21:54 PM
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Whatever that is it looks encrypted, does it not? You are going to need the encryption password to regain any info from the files, such as private keys. I assume you don't have that.

How did you get this, and why do you not know what wallet software you used?
Did you purchase it somewhere online maybe?

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November 09, 2021, 01:25:38 PM
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i have a few wallets registered around 2014 and have bitcoin investment, but now 4.x technology people use advanced phones so alternative apps so i don't know how can i access the wallet, i not a developer or cryptography expert.
i think someone who is a forum member from 2015 or earlier and is still active on the forum can help.
I think it will take time to find the information available on the forum
Thanks you very much.
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November 09, 2021, 01:37:53 PM
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Would you mind to show us the extension of this file that you are trying to open with notepad?

If it's a wallet.dat file it should be a bitcoin core wallet but if it's default_wallet without the extension it should be on Electrum wallet.

Without any info from your wallet file, we couldn't help you to find the exact wallet that can open this wallet file.

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November 09, 2021, 01:38:14 PM
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i think someone who is a forum member from 2015 or earlier and is still active on the forum can help.

Those screenshots don't give any info about where they come from. I am not even convinced that the second is indeed a wallet.
It's you who should try to remember if you've used a web service or a wallet application on your computer, it's you who should remember what was that application / service, maybe how it did look like, maybe the file name/extension of the files you made screenshot from...
Without a bit more info, I don't see real chance for getting any help.


Of course, don't post the whole file, don't post private keys and don't answer to possible private messages claiming they can help if you give them the files.

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November 09, 2021, 02:11:18 PM
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I just thought that if someone knew, looking at the structure of the encryption would be able to see,
I don't remember which website it belongs to, but I signed up and downloaded it to my computer.
btc.com or binance or coinbase, I think so
I think it includes the information to access the full account more than a 12 seed.

i think wallet sites allow old customers to access their accounts this way and file formatting instructions are accessible
I don't think wallet sites need secrets to be secure.
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November 09, 2021, 03:28:10 PM
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I just thought that if someone knew, looking at the structure of the encryption would be able to see,
I don't remember which website it belongs to, but I signed up and downloaded it to my computer.
btc.com or binance or coinbase, I think so
I think it includes the information to access the full account more than a 12 seed.

i think wallet sites allow old customers to access their accounts this way and file formatting instructions are accessible
I don't think wallet sites need secrets to be secure.


Are you sure that it was from exchanges that you mention above?
I don't think their wallet app can be able to download and install on the PC unless if you talking about Coinbase that you need to download their chrome extension to be able to use their wallet. And if you signed up there they don't give you any encrypted wallet file they only give you 12 words seed phrases.

Why not tell us exactly what file extension of your wallet and maybe we can suggest some wallets that you can able to open that wallet file?

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November 09, 2021, 04:25:27 PM
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If it's a wallet.dat file it should be a bitcoin core wallet but if it's default_wallet without the extension it should be on Electrum wallet.
It is definitely not an Electrum wallet, as it'd be in plain text.

i have a few wallets registered around 2014 and have bitcoin investment, but now 4.x technology people use advanced phones so alternative apps so i don't know how can i access the wallet, i not a developer or cryptography expert.
You don't have to be a developer or a cryptography expert to just know which program you used and what's the extension of the file. You should remember simple facts like, where did you buy it from? You probably have received an email of your purchase from the exchange.

We have to understand if you've left them in an exchange or not.

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November 09, 2021, 04:32:54 PM
Last edit: November 09, 2021, 05:11:34 PM by dementia33
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i think just look at the photo if you know it will be easy to help.
bitcoins nobody wants it to be just unused numbers.
old recovery phrase is generated by users step by step, it is not available as it is now.
i changed all as json but not working with blockchain.info. a file i think is bitcoin.com or i register wallet with bitcoincore, I'm not sure.
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November 09, 2021, 05:27:29 PM
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btc.com or binance or coinbase, I think so
I think it includes the information to access the full account more than a 12 seed.
Centralized exchanges, such as Binance, Coinbase (unless you are talking about the Coinbase wallet), and others, don't give you any wallet files because you are not in charge or in possession of the coins. They are. Those are custodial services. You just register and create an account, but you don't have access to private keys or seeds, only they do.

If you want to receive proper help, stop playing around. First you said it could be Binance or Coinbase and now you are saying that you think you used Bitcoin Core. Right click on the files you have, click on settings and check the extensions.   

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November 09, 2021, 06:39:07 PM
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Thank you, i tried changing all to json.
I lost my data and new recovered the files.
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I don't believe the second file in that screenshot is a wallet file. The urls listed in screenshot (geotrust.com) and company names VeriSign and RapidSSL, indicate that it is some sort of file related ing SSL certificates and is not a wallet file.

As for the first file, it could be almost any data file containing mostly binary data... it could even be encrypted.

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