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Private keys
« on: November 25, 2016, 09:39:34 AM »
I created a wallet (on blockchain.info) with 5 addresses in it that I will use independently.  I just wanted to get them all in one wallet. 

I have put a name on each one and now I find from more experienced users that I cannot keep track of the addresses independently (ie:  how many bitcoins received and sent to each one, cannot send bitcoins independently from each, etc.)

So it was suggested that I create another Wallet and import the addresses to that wallet.  This way, I was told, they would show up independent from one another.  The thing is is that I need the private keys for all addresses.  When I created the addresses, it just created the addresses; nothing else was shown.  How do I find the private keys for these five addresses?

Also, if I am successful doing this, are the addresses also in the old wallet or have they now been moved completely to the new wallet?

Thanks in advance for your assistance.


 

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