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October 04, 2014, 11:57:15 AM

I was robbed of phone on which there was a google authenticator .... Wrote a letter to the MDM I described problemmu left his Skype and e-mail, last week wrote another letter similar content. On 17 Bitcoin wallet, I have access to the purses with which I translated coin, as were all the passwords and backup "wallet.aes". Although, in blochkchayn has a special option "" its not who modereruet!

Who faced the same problem that occurs and what can I do?

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There are several different types of Bitcoin clients. EWallets such as Coinbase are like banks -- a central organization has complete control over your money. You shouldn't put much money in EWallets.
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October 04, 2014, 01:54:09 PM

Do you have a backup? As far as I know, 2FA is not necessary to import your wallet backup. Make a new account, import.

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October 04, 2014, 02:36:41 PM

If you haven't made a backup manually, do you remember if you enabled this option (by default it's turned off): "Always Keep Browser Backup"?

If you don't have a backup, you're pretty much at the mercy of
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