Author Topic: Several sub-accounts missing in "main wallet account" after restore from .bin  (Read 349 times)

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Offline theSeanster

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I recently downloaded the BTS wallet client on Win 10 on a new machine, and restored using my .bin file and then set a password. When I regained access to my main account, I checked and saw many, but not all of my sub-accounts. To my understanding, all of these sub-accounts have their keys derived from the brainkey in the main account. Is the .bin file my brainkey?

Later on, without doing anything differently, I suddenly see some of the missing accounts, but then some of the accounts I saw earlier had gone.

Any idea what causes this, and what I can do to fix it?
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Connection problem, please try different API nodes.

Thanks, that worked!
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I recently downloaded the BTS wallet client on Win 10 on a new machine, and restored using my .bin file and then set a password. When I regained access to my main account, I checked and saw many, but not all of my sub-accounts. To my understanding, all of these sub-accounts have their keys derived from the brainkey in the main account. Is the .bin file my brainkey?

Later on, without doing anything differently, I suddenly see some of the missing accounts, but then some of the accounts I saw earlier had gone.

Any idea what causes this, and what I can do to fix it?

 Hello theSeanster

Let me bother you with one question. When you talk about sub account are you meaning the accounts that a Life Member User pay for? Or are they anything else?
Thanks.
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