Author Topic: MUSE how to import Bitcon IPO keys  (Read 4906 times)

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Offline Riverhead

What you can also try is get a list of all your private keys in you bitcoin wallet and put them in wif fornat in a new file .. one line per key ... use that file in the import keys tool

where i can find wif format file "standard"?
or better, how could be the file?
can you give us an example?
thankyou!

WTF is a wif file?

wif = wallet import format, a style of key starting with 5

A text file with a collection of wif keys can be directly imported into bitshares 2.0.
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What you can also try is get a list of all your private keys in you bitcoin wallet and put them in wif fornat in a new file .. one line per key ... use that file in the import keys tool

where i can find wif format file "standard"?
or better, how could be the file?
can you give us an example?
thankyou!

WTF is a wif file? 

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Does this support importing PTS wallets?
No .. you will need to export your sharedropped private keys manually ...
or you install BitShares 0.9.3c and import your wallet.dat there (no need to sync the blockchain) .. once importeed you can export the keys in a proper format from theere

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Does this support importing PTS wallets?

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just download one of this two utilities
https://github.com/pointbiz/bitaddress.org
or
https://www.bitaddress.org/
and get you uncompressed 51bit, starting with "5" private key.
then import it in your MUSE wallet.
REMEMBER TO RUN THIS UTILITIES OFF LINE TO AVOID ANY RISK

hiļ¼Œcould you explain in details how to use both utilities? I think here some guys will meet your same problem!  Thanks in advance!

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I used Electrum Bitcoin wallet to send funds during the IPO. Electrum had an option to export private keys into a .csv file and I had no problem importing this into Muse.

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just download one of this two utilities
https://github.com/pointbiz/bitaddress.org
or
https://www.bitaddress.org/
and get you uncompressed 51bit, starting with "5" private key.
then import it in your MUSE wallet.
REMEMBER TO RUN THIS UTILITIES OFF LINE TO AVOID ANY RISK

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What you can also try is get a list of all your private keys in you bitcoin wallet and put them in wif fornat in a new file .. one line per key ... use that file in the import keys tool

where i can find wif format file "standard"?
or better, how could be the file?
can you give us an example?
thankyou!

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What you can also try is get a list of all your private keys in you bitcoin wallet and put them in wif fornat in a new file .. one line per key ... use that file in the import keys tool