Author Topic: How do I access individual private keys in PTS wallet?  (Read 938 times)

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1 Copy your public receiving addresses from Bitcoin-Qt.
2 Go to the Bitcoin-Qt console: click Help/Debug Window and then select the Console tab.
3 Run walletpassphrase [your password] [timeout in seconds] to unlock your password protected wallet.
4 Run dumpprivkey [Receiving Bitcoin Address] for each receiving address to be migrated to MultiBit. There may be hidden private change addresses in Bitcoin-Qt which don't show up in the receive tab. Run listaddressgroupings.

http://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/a/13303
 (Bitcoin-Qt -> BitShares-PTS 1.0):
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How do I access the private keys in the PTS (version 1.0) wallet.
I am not looking for the wallet.dat, but the individual private keys.
Thanks!
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