Private key for forking

Bob asked 1 month 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 1 month 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.