Private key for forking

Bob asked 9 months ago

Your tutorial said I should have wallet that gives me personal key if i am interested in forking. Exedos lets me export my private key but doesn’t show it? It lets me export a report with all the coins ie bitcoin, ethereum, dash,¬†litecoin etc. with encrypted files next to each name. Are these the private keys because there is no. dat file on my computer with this wallet?¬† Also, are volumes expressed on these markets in thousands?

1 Answers
Steven Hay answered 9 months ago

Hey Bob,
Here’s the way to access your privkeys in Exodus:
The volumes should be expressed in coins. You’ll have to search the coin for the units it uses though, as some like RaiBlocks for example use a unit standard which actually expresses a million (or however many) atomic units of coin.

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