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CryptKeeper

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Re: Accessing your MyNxt Wallet accounts in the Nxt Client
« Reply #40 on: December 05, 2017, 10:10:23 pm »

I could really use some advice and would appreciate any help. I have owned some Ardor for a while , held in mynxt and I just found out about the MYNXT deletion / shutdown and since it was after Dec 1, I am using the "Download Backup Wallet" method to try and access my ARDOR balance and send from it. Following the advice on the forums , So far I have accessed the passphrase in the MYNXT wallet as described and opened it up , saved it . I downloaded the NXT Client. I log in using the original NXT ID / address or the passphrase with the ardor balance and get into my client OK. The problem I have is I see the balance of my Ardor only under the assets tab ,  I am not able to send any assets out. Sometimes it says "insufficient balance" when I try to send just a small amount. Would I be better off using the  Jeluridia Ardor site to try and access the ardor? Whenever I log out of the client I need to re-boot my PC to access it again , probably unrelated but I thought worth mentioning. "Database may already be in use"
 What I would like to do is have access to my ARDR balance.

Could it be that you only have ARDR but no NXT in your wallet? You need NXT to pay the fees to send out any ARDR!

If you’re short of NXT, simply post your address and I guess someone will fund your wallet!
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Re: Accessing your MyNxt Wallet accounts in the Nxt Client
« Reply #41 on: December 11, 2017, 05:26:52 am »

I'm having this exact issue, never created a passphrase.. though I thought I might have done so started guessing and now it seems I am locked out completely?

I get :  Could not find your account address NXT-XXXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXXX

Someone please help :) I've got 25k of NXT I'd like to play with
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Re: Accessing your MyNxt Wallet accounts in the Nxt Client
« Reply #42 on: December 11, 2017, 05:29:43 am »

I also get this message
Cannot connect to /nxt-proxy No openAPI peers found

and for now I cant get past the log in screen

running a mac
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Re: Accessing your MyNxt Wallet accounts in the Nxt Client
« Reply #43 on: December 11, 2017, 12:38:27 pm »

I also get this message
Cannot connect to /nxt-proxy No openAPI peers found

and for now I cant get past the log in screen

running a mac

If you're running Chrome browser, please try with a private browsing window, or try a different browser (Firefox never has problems).
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Re: Accessing your MyNxt Wallet accounts in the Nxt Client
« Reply #44 on: December 11, 2017, 01:44:45 pm »

thank you for your help. my wallet app wasn't working but the browser one through firefox now is.. I'm still stuck on how to do anything with my funds.

Back on July 30th I saved my NXT account address to my notes but have no record of a passphrase.

would it have been possible to create an account without one?

every time i try to do anything it asks for this passphrase which i don't have, i feel like I would have saved it somewhere with all my other ones from different coin accounts

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Re: Accessing your MyNxt Wallet accounts in the Nxt Client
« Reply #45 on: December 11, 2017, 01:48:09 pm »

getting error messages in Firefox as well

" Blockchain download halted,
no connection "

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Re: Accessing your MyNxt Wallet accounts in the Nxt Client
« Reply #46 on: December 11, 2017, 02:11:37 pm »

The "Blockchain download halted, no connection" error is a Nxt Client error. Means that either the Nxt software has closed, or that it cannot reach the network due to some firewall/router problems.

Can you please confirm what are you trying to do? This topic is for users of the myNXT web wallet (third party wallet, closing at the end of this December) who want to keep using the Nxt account/s they operated using the myNXT wallet. This means using the official Nxt Client instead. And in the official Nxt Client, ownership of an account is proven with the account passphrase. The steps in the first post describe how to obtain the account passphrase from your myNXT web wallet account, so you can operate it with the official Nxt Client.

Is this what you're trying to do?
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Re: Accessing your MyNxt Wallet accounts in the Nxt Client
« Reply #47 on: December 12, 2017, 01:46:03 am »

partially correct, I haven't been paying attention enough to know the wallet was shutting down at the end of the month, I moved my NXT coins from Poloniex back in July.  I opened the wallet to store them and am fairly certain I don't have a passphrase however I have a balance of almost 25k that it keeps asking for a passphrase for me to do anything with them (or anything at all)

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Re: Accessing your MyNxt Wallet accounts in the Nxt Client
« Reply #48 on: January 03, 2018, 02:08:26 am »

Ok. Ive got a problem. I backed up my Mynxt wallet, extracted the paraphrase, and loged into the new ardr client. Everything worked fine until i tryed to make a transfer from my second Mynxt address  (i had two address in the same Mynxt account). So basically i can only use one of my addresses. When i got to make a transfer from my second address it says the paraphrase  (the one i exported from Mynxt wallet backup) is incorrect.

Need help
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Re: Accessing your MyNxt Wallet accounts in the Nxt Client
« Reply #49 on: January 03, 2018, 09:04:44 pm »

Ok. Ive got a problem. I backed up my Mynxt wallet, extracted the paraphrase, and loged into the new ardr client. Everything worked fine until i tryed to make a transfer from my second Mynxt address  (i had two address in the same Mynxt account). So basically i can only use one of my addresses. When i got to make a transfer from my second address it says the paraphrase  (the one i exported from Mynxt wallet backup) is incorrect.

Need help

If you downloaded your myNXT wallet backup and used the wallet viewer to decrypt it, in the contents there were as many accounts as you had in your myNXT wallet. If you had two accounts in the myNXT wallet, your decrypted wallet will show two accounts in the list, each with its ID (the ID is displayed in the old numeric Nxt address format, since the wallet viewer itself is old) and password/passphrase.
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Re: Accessing your MyNxt Wallet accounts in the Nxt Client
« Reply #50 on: January 03, 2018, 09:15:47 pm »

A note to users who missed the warnings, website notices and emails about the myNXT wallet site closing in December 31, and did not download a backup of your myNXT wallet so you can keep using the accounts:

For a limited amount of time, I will be able to send by request a copy of the wallet.json.aes file to users who need it, and have their myNXT credentials available. Please see the first post in this topic to understand how the wallet backup process works.

Remember that this wallet.json.aes file was encrypted with your myNXT master password, so you still require to have it in order to decrypt the wallet data using the Wallet Viewer tool.

If you want to request a copy of your myNXT encrypted wallet data, please send me a personal message. I'm asking you to have a little patience, there's a lot of requests. But all will be addressed.

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Re: Accessing your MyNxt Wallet accounts in the Nxt Client
« Reply #51 on: January 10, 2018, 08:56:48 am »

I have exactly the same problem. I decrypted my backup file using Windows, and I'm getting an id which is 18 numbers and a password which is 67 characters and not the "12 word passphrase" that I was expecting. When I use this passphrase for my wallet address, it says "Incorrect passphrase." and when I login using the password, then it shows me a completely different NXT wallet address. I am stuck on this, and don't know what to do.
@VanBreuk Please help me...

I have downloaded and decrypted the backup, and it gave me a “id” which is 18 numbers and a “password” which is 67 characters.  I have also downloaded the NXT client.  I’d like to send this ARDR to another NXT account I created where I actually have a “passphrase” which is some random words.

When I go to My Assets and see the ARDR Balance then click on transfer, I am asked to type in the receiving address, the amount, the fee and the passphrase.  This is where I run into an issue.

When it asks me for the passphrase, I put in the “password” I decrypted and I am getting the error “Incorrect passphrase”.   Granted, I don’t have any nxt for the fee yet.  However, should the error message be "no fee"?

Is the password I decrypted able to use to sign transactions?  Is there an additional step I missed?

Please help.
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Re: Accessing your MyNxt Wallet accounts in the Nxt Client
« Reply #52 on: January 10, 2018, 10:34:06 pm »

s@t0sh! - I got your PM, we'll figure out what happens. But a random 60+ character string is the passphrase format that myNXT generated for user accounts, so no surprise here. Any string can be a Nxt/Ardor passphrase, the official wallet went for a 12-word format but in early times of Nxt it was common to use long random strings.

With the note right above your post, I'm locking this topic. If during this extra month of grace anyone still needs to obtain a copy of their myNXT wallet account data, contact me by personal message. But please be aware that this outstanding data recovery service will not be available after the end of January.   
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