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Paper wallet import question (basic question)

Discussion in 'Wallets' started by Crypto&Banter, Dec 23, 2017.

  1. Crypto&Banter

    Crypto&Banter New Member

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    Hi guys.
    I'm relatively new to crypto, and so, therefore, have quite a noob question, I've been doing it for less than a year but as of late the relatively modest sums invested have grown a fair bit and I'm therefore more concerned about security than what I previously was. Since my stock of xtrabytes is fairly large I want to put it in a paper wallet since I'm unlikely to want to trade in the near future. What I am wondering is. If I did put my Xtrabytes in a paper wallet, how would I import it back into my wallet on my laptop? is there a very obvious way I've just missed? because I can't seem to find an explanation anywhere. I've never previously operated with a paper wallet and so this is all new to me

    Thank you :blush:
     
  2. Jamo

    Jamo Member

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    As suggested in the other thread, you would just use the importprivkey function in the wallet :) I'd suggest making a test paper wallet and testing the import for yourself so you feel comfortable with it.
     
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