Author Topic: BitShare 0.9.2 to BitShares2-light wallet  (Read 3305 times)

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Offline gigamike

Follow the migration guide:
http://docs.bitshares.eu/bitshares/migration

I would say you just didn't click on "lookup balances"

Thank you very much, it works.

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Follow the migration guide:
http://docs.bitshares.eu/bitshares/migration

I would say you just didn't click on "lookup balances"

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Hi,

thanks for the help, i was able to import my wallet using 0.9.3c to BitShares2-light, i can see my bitshare name but why is it no balance?

Thanks,

Mike

can i transfer my wallet from BitShare 0.9.2 to BitShares2-light wallet ? I tried export wallet from my BitShare 0.9.2 and it generates BitShares Wallet Backup.json file, on BitShares2-light wallet i tried Existing Account Restore Backup but it prompts invalid format.

You have to upgrade to 0.9.3c first, which has a way to export the wallet in a format that's compatible with the BitShares2 import function.

I saw also key import tool but what is PASTE PRIVATE KEYS (WALLET IMPORT FORMAT - WIF)?

This is for claiming balances with individual keys. If you know which of the keys in your wallet hold balances you can dump the corresponding private keys and paste them into this field for claiming the balance.

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can i transfer my wallet from BitShare 0.9.2 to BitShares2-light wallet ? I tried export wallet from my BitShare 0.9.2 and it generates BitShares Wallet Backup.json file, on BitShares2-light wallet i tried Existing Account Restore Backup but it prompts invalid format.

You have to upgrade to 0.9.3c first, which has a way to export the wallet in a format that's compatible with the BitShares2 import function.

I saw also key import tool but what is PASTE PRIVATE KEYS (WALLET IMPORT FORMAT - WIF)?

This is for claiming balances with individual keys. If you know which of the keys in your wallet hold balances you can dump the corresponding private keys and paste them into this field for claiming the balance.
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Hi,

can i transfer my wallet from BitShare 0.9.2 to BitShares2-light wallet ? I tried export wallet from my BitShare 0.9.2 and it generates BitShares Wallet Backup.json file, on BitShares2-light wallet i tried Existing Account Restore Backup but it prompts invalid format. I saw also key import tool but what is PASTE PRIVATE KEYS (WALLET IMPORT FORMAT - WIF)?

Thanks in advance,

Mike