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Private key finder

Hello i need help finding my private key to my address on blockchain and i have my public address. anyone here could be of help please?
Jun 23 '18 #1
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Varsha1285
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  • login to blockchain.info.
  • Click Settings > Security > Backup Recovery Phrase > write down your phrase with exact order to import it later using Electrum wallet.
  • Download Electrum bitcoin wallet and setup on your computer.
  • Start Electrum then choose file > new/restore > click next > choose the option "Standard Wallet" > then choose I already have a seed.
  • Enter the seed phrase you saved from Blockchain.info then click next you can choose a password to protect your wallet.
  • Now you control your wallet click addresses tab then choose the address you want right click and choose private key option.
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