Official Dash Dev
Dash Core Team
- May 20, 2014
Ok, that was my bad I guess.. I thought those bip38 implementations use compressed format and I was surprised to find out that walletgenerator actually use obsolete uncompressed format by default. I guess your bip38 encoder does so too.Yes, the WIF is the one I used and it started with an X. Still no joy. Ok I understand the pairing of the public key and the decrypted private key to access the funds. But here's my question. Whenever I import my decrypted privatekey to my dash qt wallet. How would I know that I am pairing it the public key that I have on my paper wallet? The scripts by the way are working fine I don't get any error message whenever I input them. Its just nothing happens when I enter the walletphrase "xxxxx" "label" and then importprivkey "xxxxxxxx"
So. In that case to get access to your funds you need to decrypt it as you already did before but import "Private Key WIF (51 characters) Base58" instead.
Sorry for that confusion...