legal – Bitcoin Core Desktop Wallet retaining my coins due to Gap Limit being exceeded

trying to send coins am unable to enter address. have to load from clipboard, cannot copy and paste, address bar goes red, disables send functions. i explore reasons, seems 20 unused address gap limit is probably the reason. researched solutions. only feasible solution seems is sending funds to unused addresses, did so with 11 addresses to no effect – i am still almost 80 over. looks like i exceeded 20 over a year ago. money sat in desktop wallet unusable for a week now. Block chain is up to date. cannot see any solutions here or anywhere else. 1. can anyone offer a solution? i am on Ubuntu – maybe there is a terminal gap limit extension solution i am unaware of? 2. how is this possible that an automated system can withhold my own money from me over a technicality which isn’t ever flagged to users? is this even legal? will it ever release my funds if i can’t sort this problem out and do i have redress if not? seems a ludicrous situation and design flaw. any suggestions or help would be appreciated, thanks.

wallet recovery – What is this 18-word seed of random letters?

This sounds like a job for Luke Childs’ BIP39 recovery tool, which has now been merged into Electrum. It scans common derivation paths for common seed configurations, in search for previously used addresses and balance.

You can run it offline on your own machine (as you should!), just ensure that the Electrum wallet you download is not compromised.

You can download the Electrum desktop app for most OSs (+ signatures) here

Accidentally Sent BTC to bitcoin core watch-only wallet with private keys disabled

I think I already know the answer to this, but I just want to make sure as it will result in a loss of funds. I have Specter desktop connected to my bitcoin-core. But because I also sometimes use the core wallet as a hot wallet as well, I accidentally generated the address in the core wallet that is linked to my specter wallet, but the core wallet is a watch-only wallet with the priv keys disabled and then I sent funds to this address and not the address generated by specter or my default core hot wallet. But because this is watch-only my core wallet does not have the priv keys. I am doubtful but is their anyway for the wallet to know it generated this key by enabling priv key.

Is there an API to create a Dogecoin Wallet?

Identical to this, but for dogecoin? https://blockchain.info/api/create_wallet

e wallet – When I use InstaWallet.org, do I get my own Bitcoin address?

That address only receives deposits to your account. Otherwise, they’d have no idea what account to credit when funds wound up in that address.

But you can’t use blockexplorer to monitor your balance, only to monitor the total amount of deposits you’ve made. InstaWallet will remove funds from that account as they wish to aggregate your funds with other deposits and service withdrawals.

Also, when you make a payment, even if InstaWallet uses your coins to make the payment, the “change” will be sent to a different address. For example, if you deposit 20 bitcoins and then withdraw 10, even if InstaWallet did use your 20 bitcoins to fund the withdrawal, the remaining 10 bitcoins would go to a different bitcoin address even though it’s still in your InstaWallet account.

If, say, you’re expecting someone to send you some Bitcoins, you could use blockexplorer to see if they’ve made that payment. But the balance you see won’t really mean anything, it’s just some number equal to or less than the total amount you’ve ever deposited through that address.

Is there a limit to sending/ receiving from wallet to wallet?

You’re only limited by the amount of bitcoins under your control. There is effectively no limit on transferred value on the side of the protocol, as you would in fact be able to spend all bitcoins that will ever exist in a single transaction. (Hat-tip to Andrew Chow.) The biggest transaction in bitcoins I’m aware of were 550,000 BTC (then approx. $1,345,000), and the largest amount of value transferred in one transaction was $149,000,000 (~195,000 BTC) in a Bitstamp audit.

It may be that some exchanges limit the amount of bitcoins that you may withdraw in a single withdrawal. For further information on that, please refer to the respective user guide.

Samourai Wallet 0.96.03 APK file

The release page for Samourai Wallet 0.96.03 lists an APK hash but does not have a downloadable APK file.

From the available zip or tar.gz files how can I locate (or create) an APK file to compare against the hash listed in GitHub?

Blockchain wallet – Bitcoin Stack Exchange

Just a basic/general question, recently when I send bitcoin using blockchain.com’s wallet I noticed within my transaction logs Received BTC to: BTC Trading Wallet. From: BTC Wallet directly after Sent BTC To: ....... I’m just wondering why this is occurring and what exactly is BTC Trading Wallet and why my funds are being sent to BTC Trading Wallet?

It almost appears as a duplicate transaction but to my ” own address “?

transactions – Sent two btc transacton to payeer wallet less than the mnmum deposit,neither where credited

recently sent to my payeer wallet a 0.0002 btc transaction which is less than the 0.0005 minium btc deposit, then did a second transacton of 0.0003 btc thnking that it will sums up.

Both transaction where conrmed more than 100 times and sent to the payeer wallet adress but are not credited and payeer system refuse to credited it. Yet those btc habe been sent to as the bitc explorer show for a total deposit of 0.0006 btc?

What can do to retrieve my funds ?

Blockchain.com wallet – Bitcoin Stack Exchange

Just a basic/general question, recently when I send bitcoin using blockchain.com’s wallet I noticed within my transaction logs Received BTC to: BTC Trading Wallet. From: BTC Wallet directly after Sent BTC To: ……. I’m just wondering why this is occurring and what exactly is BTC Trading Wallet and why my funds are being sent to BTC Trading Wallet?

It almost appears as a duplicate transaction but to my ” own address “?