You can create multiple wallets in bluewallet or Muun Anything really with 12-24 seed phases, I'm pretty sure bluewallet will let you recover any of those from any type of wallet A friend had funds on BRD wallet and we just took the seed words and got the funds through Blue wallet, rather than deal with Coinbase (who bought BRD)
> I believe that each seed phase points to a unique wallet address, right? Wrong, in multiple ways A seed phrase is a set of words, where the word list has been carefully selected so that words written on paper can be easily used to restore a wallet in future, with some error tolerance - minor transcription errors in individual words can be guessed by the recovery tool The wallet itself contains hundreds of keys, maybe thousands of keys, and one address per key There are two separate systems * BIP39 defines a system which uses a giant random number to make 12 words or 24 words, and then hashes the words to create a different giant number (seed) * BIP32 takes the seed giant number created by BIP39 and hashes it again. Then it builds a tree where each branch is represented by a tag, appends a sequence number to the tags and hashes to make a child key. A chain of child keys (up to 2 billion keys) is created by incrementing the sequence number and hashing the tags and sequence number. There is a different purpose for each tag, and a small range of possible values for each tag. The tags' purposes are typically *purpose, coin_type, account, change*. The concatenation of these tags is called a derivation path BIP39 does not guarantee to be portable from wallet to wallet. The use of the standard BIP39 word list is optional. The use of a checksum for the last few bits of the giant number is optional Some wallets support only 12-word phrases. Some wallets support only 24-word phrases BIP39 is not the only seed phrase system. Electrum uses a similar system which is not compatible But - except for Electrum - BIP39 is rarely a cause of incompatible wallet recovery. The problem is nearly always incompatible BIP32 derivation paths BIP32 does not guarantee to be portable from wallet to wallet. In particular, the *purpose* tag can be one of a list of normal values - 0, 44, 49, 84, or it can be something else Mostly 0 and 44 are the same, create legacy P2PKH addresses. Mostly, 84 is for SegWit P2PKH addresses. The most common cause of incompatible recovery is attempting to use the seed phrase from a BIP32-purpose44 wallet in a wallet app which only creates SegWit addresses Otherwise, there are several popular wallets which use a different *purpose* tag. There are incompatibilities between multisig P2SH derivation paths (45 isn't a common standard), and multisig P2WSH is still a work in progress A real example of what can go wrong ... Bread wallet added SegWit to its app fairly early in the SegWit adoption period. Users with existing legacy wallets were able to upgrade, and the result was a wallet with legacy addresses and SegWit addresses mixed When Bread developers retired, they sold the app to Coinbase. Coinbase abandoned the BRD app and told customers to use their seed phrases in the Coinbase wallet. The BRD wallets which had a mix of legacy and SegWit were only able to restore one or the other to the Coinbase app, not the entire wallet > my "new" wallet should be able to show my old balances But a wallet calculates a balance by adding up the unspent coins. What you should be looking at is the list of addresses, and the list of coins > And... does it mean someone could be trying to restore their wallet address somewhere, and end up restoring a wallet address that belongs to another user? (Yes, I know chances almost impossible, but it could happen, right? at least in theory) This isn't relevant to the problem of seed phrase compatibility between wallet apps The starting point is a giant number, bigger than the number of atoms in the universe. Yes, there's a chance https://0x0.st/HoWs.png
I’m not gonna lie, that all confused me. I’ve been spending a few hours a day for past week trying to figure it out but not got anywhere yet. My issue is BRD isn’t supported anymore, when I recover my wallet on the app the BRD app comes up with a screen I cannot bypass and it tells me to migrate to coinbase. I’m afraid it’s lost at this point due to the app not letting me do anything. I can’t even recover my old BTC address
BlueWallet is a solid choice for self custody on iOS, but if you want to explore more options you can check out Blockstream Green and BRD (Bread) wallet too. Just make sure to stick with reputable wallets and stay cautious of sketchy ones
If he can't find any info about what derivation path his BRD wallet used, he can just start testing different paths using this tool: [https://iancoleman.io/bip39/](https://iancoleman.io/bip39/) BUT I wouldn't enter your seed phrase into that website as is, you should never enter your seed phrase into a website. I wouldn't even enter my seed phrase into my computer unless I'm running a live-boot linux USB. SO, what you can do is download the page, just right click it and save as. Then put that on a flash drive. Then take another flash drive, and download Tails OS. Then download rufus, and make a bootable Tails USB. Take an old laptop without a hard drive in it, or just unplug the hard drive from your computer temporarily (this step isn't entirely necessary but it gives me peace of mind knowing there is now way my seed could be saved to my HDD from within Tails). Then boot the Tails drive, put in the other USB drive with the BIP39 tool, open it up and start testing derivation paths. You'll need a block explorer open in a browser to check the addresses that are generated from each derivation path. Some derivation paths are more common than others, give it a google and try those out first. Good luck.
BRD used a non-standard derivation path, namely `m/0'`. You can look them up here: https://walletsrecovery.org/ Electrum, BlueWallet, Sparrow Wallet and many others (but I recommend any of those) can use arbitrary derivation paths. I think BlueWallet even scans common paths automatically and chooses the one that has funds in it. Try it out. Just make sure you're using genuine version of these wallets. Electrum's website is electrum.org, BlueWallet is bluewallet.io and Sparrow is sparrowwallet.com.
Here's a simplified version of what's going on. Originally, you (your BRD wallet) started with a "random" 256-bit number, that is some number between zero and 115792089237316195423570985008687907853269984665640564039457584007913129639936. Humans tend to make mistakes if they try to deal with 77- or 78-digit numbers. So, engineers came up with a way to "chop up" the really big number into 12 (or 24) smaller numbers, and from those smaller numbers your 12 words were determined. This allows humans to deal with a few words in list, instead of one really big number. When you enter your 12 words into your new wallet, it calculates your original "random" 256-bit number for you. Yay. You did a wise thing when you originally wrote them down. From your "random" number, your wallet uses a *special math formula* to calculate private keys for you. Yes, one seed number (256-bits) can generate the same private keys. **Here's your situation.** The Exodus uses a slightly different *special math formula* than the BRD wallet when computing the private keys. The formula is called a "derivation path". Your job, unfortunately, is to learn how to tell the new Exodus thing to use the *same* "derivation path" that your old BRD wallet used. Then, you should be fine.
Fair point but if you just bought your Bitcoin to hodl and only check the app once a year, many months still isn't enough, which is what happened to a few people. They kept the BRD app on an old phone that they didn't carry around anymore, it stayed at home in a drawer.
BRD was messy from the start by long sync times and then when Coinbase stepped in, and also shilling altcoins. Any of this should have given anyone reason for the BRD exit BlueWallet has been consistently good and improving, Samourai Wallet (not iOS) has also been stable and lots of good features
They know all of that, the problem came when BRD was taken over by Coinbase. BRD was an opensource wallet...or so we thought. Somehow Coinbase acquired it and one day forced everyone to update to the the newly branded Coinbase wallet. I'm not sure it even displays the seed phrase when that happens.
Start with a mobile Wallet BlueWallet, BRD or something similar. Then move on to a hardware wallet once you get a bit more BTC. for example Ledger or Trezor. With Relai you can purchase BTC without ID etc (KYC) for up to 1000€ a day. Either card or bank transfer. Purchase can be done directly to an external wallet
in a situation where you've fled to a new area with only your seed phrase memorized, you need to be very cautious when accessing your bitcoin. Here are some steps to help you do it securely: Obtain a secure device: It's essential to have a secure and clean device to access your bitcoin. Using public computers or devices from an Apple store or library is not recommended, as they might have keyloggers or other malware that could compromise your seed phrase. Ideally, purchase a new device, such as a smartphone or laptop, using any available resources or borrowing from someone you trust. Install a reputable wallet: Download and install a well-known and reputable Bitcoin wallet on your device. Some popular options are Electrum, Mycelium, and BRD Wallet. Make sure you download the wallet from the official website or app store to avoid any malicious versions. Restore your wallet: Once you have the wallet installed on your secure device, use your 24-word seed phrase to restore your wallet. This will give you access to your bitcoin holdings. Make sure to do this in a private location where nobody can see or hear you enter the seed phrase. Use a VPN: When accessing your wallet, it's a good idea to use a VPN to encrypt your internet connection and protect your privacy. This can help prevent anyone from tracing your wallet access back to your physical location. Convert to local fiat: Once you have access to your wallet, you can use a Bitcoin ATM, a peer-to-peer exchange like LocalBitcoins, or a reputable online exchange to convert your bitcoin to local fiat currency. Make sure to follow the guidelines and regulations of the country you're in. Keep in mind that some platforms may require identity verification, which could impact your privacy. Move your funds to a new wallet: After you've safely accessed your funds, it's a good idea to move them to a new wallet with a new seed phrase. This way, if your original seed phrase were to be compromised, your funds would already be in a more secure location.
Hello, got this with the help of ChatGTP (bing). Opendime is a cold wallet that lets you store BTCs on a USB stick. Wealthsimple is a platform that lets you buy and sell BTCs without owning them directly. You are right that Wealthsimple does not support WIF-format private key imports. You will need to use another wallet that can import your private key from Opendime and then send your BTCs to Wealthsimple. One iOS wallet that you could use for this purpose is BRD Wallet. It supports importing WIF-format private keys by scanning a QR code or typing it manually. You can also create an account with Wealthsimple and get a deposit address for your BTCs. To transfer your BTCs from Opendime to Wealthsimple, you will need to: \* Unseal your Opendime by breaking off a small part of it. This will reveal your private key in WIF format. \* Download BRD Wallet on your iOS device and create a new wallet or restore an existing one. \* Tap on “Menu” and then “Manage Wallets”. Select “Bitcoin” and then “Add Wallets”. Choose “Import Wallet” and then scan the QR code or type the private key from your Opendime. \* Wait for the wallet to sync with the network and show your balance. \* Tap on “Send” and enter the amount of BTCs you want to transfer. Paste or scan the deposit address from your Wealthsimple account. Confirm the transaction details and fees, and then swipe to send. \* Wait for the transaction to be confirmed on the blockchain. You should see your BTCs in your Wealthsimple account shortly after. I hope this helps you move your BTCs from Opendime to Wealthsimple.
I came into crypto like this : my father was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer around 6 years ago and I couldn’t get the THC heavy CBD oil we wanted to try and help him manage the pain and possibly reduce the cancers via the usual routes, a very close friend had been buying his own bits and pieces from the dream market for a number of years and showed me how to source it, of course payment was in Bitcoin. So he set me up a BRD wallet and showed me how to buy BTC (no KYC if I remember correctly) and I managed to get in touch with a fantastic grower who explained in great detail exactly what I needed, wonderful person he was. I would pay in BTC and it would arrive a few days later by courier- the service was second to none and greatly helped my father though ultimately the cancer was too aggressive and he was old and unable to beat it so he passed away. Anyway, move forward a few years and I check my BRD wallet and low and behold the £500 of BTC I had left in there from a few years previous was worth, well let’s just say many multiples of what is was worth. Since then I have just been buying and adding what I can - as a sort of savings account really. I’m very lucky - I’m well up on my BTC so I can afford to let it roll, I’d written off the money anyways.
This problem appeared when Coinbase took over BRD. When migrating to Coinbase wallet, users discovered that a past upgrade to SegWit left them with a wallet which had a mix of legacy addresses and SegWit addresses. The recovery process to migrate to the Coinbase wallet would sometimes discover only the legacy coins, or only the SegWit coins
Had a BRD wallet that got moved to Coinbase wallet. Trying to move some off from there for the first time. Sent a tester and its showing at the destination as pending, so went to send the rest but its now erroring. Definitely sufficient amount to cover fees. Any ideas why? Can you not send another through coinbase wallet while one is pending?
I figured out how to recover my funds. It turns out that the app ‘Hodl’ is a clone of BRD, launched by some of the people behind BRD. Looks a bit different, but I recognized the functionality. It was very straight forward to recover from my 12 seeds. But, synchronizing the wallet took several hours. Prepare for a long wait. Now I consider moving the funds to a wallet using a standard derivation path.
had the same problem and could only recover part of my wallet since #@! BRD-wallet changed its derivation path at some point in the past - so I could not see earlier bitcoins with that seed. was quite nervous until I found out that bluewallet could recover all of them - with the import/scan function - took quite a while for the app to scan all (more like an hour...) but it made it at the end!
The buyout of BRD still seems so strange to me. BRD was a great wallet with a beautiful UI that gave you the option to choose your transaction fee. When I tried using CBs wallet it felt clunky and didn’t really function properly when I used it. Worse of all I couldn’t even choose my transaction speed. It just defaulted to the most expensive option.
>There is also a coinbase wallet Correct. When they bought out BRD, they called their new mobile wallet app simply "Wallet", as if terms weren't confusing enough. Why they didn't bother naming it IDK. But you're correct. The Coinbase Wallet app is a self custody wallet like BRD was. Coinbase itself is of course a large exchange, which has its onw mobile app separate & distinct from their self custody wallet app called....wait for it.... "Wallet." In case you hadn't noticed, I hate the name :)
> if coinbase happened to go the way of FTX how would that affect their wallet That depends. Is the Coinbase wallet dependent on Coinbase servers accessing Coinbase-owned nodes? Can it connect to non-Coinbase nodes? The source code is secret. Only Coinbase knows the details of how it works If the Coinbase wallet does stop working because of dependence on Coinbase servers, is the wallet recoverable by entering the recovery mnemonic into a different wallet app? Or is it like the BRD wallet, with 2 different derivation paths mixed into the same wallet? No Coinbase wallet in this list https://walletsrecovery.org/
The Coinbase wallet is basically a rebranded version of BRD wallet, formally known as breadwallet. breadwallet always used a different derivation path, namely `m/0'` while basically all others use `m/44'/0'/0'` (for legacy addresses, the ones starting with a 1). Go to https://walletsrecovery.org/ and you can see, that Exodus uses `m/44'/0'`. So don't worry, nothing is gone. It's just different paths within all possible paths that can be derived from the seed.
You don't need to migrate to Coinbase. Your 12-word recovery mnemonic will work in other wallets There is a potential wrinkle. If your BRD is an old wallet which you upgraded to SegWit, the wallet may contain coins with Legacy addresses and coins with SegWit addresses. Recovery tools will pick up one set of coins and not the other. You might need to recover twice - once for Legacy using derivation path *0*, and once for SegWit using derivation path *84*
>There's a continuous maintenance cost for supporting tokens, such as handling wallet bugs or tracking protocol changes Still makes no sense, if people think this is actually Coinbase (the exchange). I suspect it's not. (Why would they discontinue 4 larger coins & still continue to support > 30+ smaller sh\*\*coins...? And why would they give < 1 wk notice of such a significant change?) I think this "news" is suspect. Coinbase has nothing at all about this on their site as far as I can see, & no one I know has received any email on this. I suspect this is related to their self-custody mobile app "Wallet", & if that's all this is, to all of the people re-tweeting this as if it's big "news", it's not big news at all. No one uses the Coinbase Wallet app. It's a crappy mobile wallet. BRD was much better, & after "Wallet" by Coinbase took it over, it sucks.
Never heard of green bitcoin wallet. BRD had a really good track record until they got bought by conbase. I now use unstoppable. Best way for newbies that don’t want to invest in a physical cold storage : Get a wallet (electrum on pc or unstoppable on phone) Save seed word Delete the app and uninstall it. Free cold storage.
I had a Bread wallet from way back. They rebranded to BRD Wallet at some point. I never touched anything. Then one day I open Reddit and read that BRD shut down. Then I’m reading how everyone that started with the older Bread Wallet is struggling to recover funds in new wallets because of a non-typical derivation path used by the older Bread wallet. Total shit show. Maybe it’s just people being ignorant but it was a curveball and complication that came out of nowhere. For years it was simple and we had our wallets and in a single day we can’t recover our funds and are reading about derivation paths for the first time. And trying to figure out how to manually enter a bunch of different paths trying to find it. I still haven’t recovered. I got a bit overwhelmed with it and just busy in life and still need to figure it out. It sucks.
Feel your pain. I have the same issue with my BRD (Bread) Wallet. They shut down. As I understand used an non-typical derivation path, and when trying to recover in a new wallet it can’t locate the BTC. What was simple instantly became complicated when BRD shut down. I’d never read anything about a derivation path before. Dammit
Exodus is a self custody wallet. The keys are stored on your device. But you can go with Trust Wallet. It's owned by Binance but it's open source so the source code can be audited. Another hot wallet is BRD. Both are "hot wallets", but self-custody. Ledger or Trezor is best, but until then you can reasonably use mobile wallet apps that are widely used.
I don’t know…do you feel safe? What happens to the BRD wallet when Coinbase goes under? What can you use that paper key for? Imagine this happens tomorrow…Coinbase shuts down their crypto operations and starts selling organic beef jerky…Beefbase…what are your next steps?
All wallets are the same if it’s a custodial wallet…. Yes trezor is safer but doesn’t change privacy. On my phone I used unstoppable since it looks legit enough. After using BRD for 8+ years until conbase bought them. Stay away from anything that has “trust” or “safe” in the name and if it’s linked to any exchange it’s not private at all.
The seed words might work in a different wallet, depending on the BIP32 derivation paths used by the wallet. Compatibility between all BIP39 (seed mnemonic) wallets is not guaranteed, is not part of the BIP39 or BIP32 specifications Recently, the BRD wallet closed down and users were told to migrate to Coinbase wallet. For most people the transition worked. For people whose BRD wallet had started as a legacy wallet (BIP44) and upgraded to SegWit (BIP84), Coinbase wallet only imported some of the transaction history In the future, Bitcoin wallets will become enhanced with innovative improvements. Some of these will make existing BIP32 derivation paths obsolete, and some will make BIP32 obsolete - replaced by wallet descriptors To protect your coins, do not ignore your wallet. Every few months, check that it still works, and check that the company still supports it Better, stop using a company closed-source wallet. Upgrade to open source. Even if the developer retires, the source code is available as a fallback In either case, don't be stuck with a broken wallet app which has been abandoned by its developer. You will be able to recover your coins, but it could be very complicated. See the Multibit instructions for example of an obsolete wallet which can be recovered, but no so easily https://github.com/Multibit-Legacy/multibit Also, see this site for a table of compatible and incompatible BIP32 derivation paths https://walletsrecovery.org/
I used paper wallets years ago. Paranoia set in regarding losing them in a fire or flood. Swept them using BRD wallet (maybe better options now?) and moved to a hardware wallet address with my backup seed phrased etched in stainless steel. I sleep better now.
The safest option is to back up the wallet file (I'm assuming the output descriptors are stored in the wallet file) Making a backup of the first 100 addresses can help with trial and error recovery in future. If you only need to test derivation paths until the addresses match your backup, you save a lot of time required for the recovery tool to check for transaction history on the blockchain > output descriptors This happened due to innovation. The current recommendations - write down the name and version of the software and the BIP32 derivation path - assume that a wallet's addresses all have the same derivation path. But Bitcoin Script allows for flexibility from transaction to transaction. That is, BIP84 covers one specific type of witness script. BIP84 is shorthand for SegWit where all the witness scripts required to spend all the coins are the same script > cannot be derived from the bip32 seed The BIP32 seed will still allow recovery of the derived private key chains, and the same public keys will still correspond to the private keys. The variation is in addresses being script hashes where the script can vary from transaction to transaction We've already seen problems with a wallet (BRD) which had mixed scripts - legacy addresses and SegWit addresses mixed into the same wallet after the user upgraded to SegWit. After BRD's developers abandoned their project, users reported that BIP39 recovery struggled to recover the transaction history in these wallets I understand Core is still recommending only one wallet.dat backup for future recovery, because the original backup file contains the BIP32 seed, and therefore all the child keys. But they're also recommending periodic backups of output descriptors, because a SegWit address is a hash of a script and new features mean using a variety of different unlocking scripts in the txinput witness I think there's an argument in favor of backing up every script for every address. Output descriptors do this indirectly. You can derive the script from the descriptor This innovation also makes my earlier recommendation (first 100 addresses) obsolete
You can use Electrum for that. Just import the 12 word seed phrase generated by your BRD wallet. And make sure that you verify the signature before installing it to your machine to see for yourself that the application isn't tampered one way or another.
Two separate accounts with exactly the same problem. If I recall we followed the steps from bread to Coinbase, created a new account and wallet was created. We had a BRD pin associated with the account number that we also needed. It took a few tries (multiple failures)and then we connected properly and funds slowly started migrating over, it didn’t happen all at once. Scary but it worked. After 10 days or more coin base will allow the funds to be moved. Sorry for the lack of exact terminology but even I was able to do it, have faith.
Help! My wallet got moved to coinbase app when they took over BRD. All been fine but i just went to check the balance after a few weeks and it looks like the app had updated. Balance was at £0 so panicked and set up a blue wallet and used my seed phrase (never entered it anywhere else) is then loaded and states i have about 40% of what i should have in there. Checked back on coinbase wallet and its now showing the correct amount. Can i have two wallets at the same time for the same btc? Or will that vanish off coinbase at some point?
Only reason why I have a cb wallet is that I had BRD bread wallet cb bought, made me open a cb wallet to transfer funds, my 20 xrp just sits there…..being xrp that I can never dump, I wonder what that true number of 20 xrp that can never be sold that everyone that has or had xrp has?
I tried to restore BRD wallet using the seed phrase from a Mycelium wallet. It totally didn't work. It did restore to BRD though. If you have the seed phrase and truly have custody of the coin, no third party should be able to have any effect on them. You should always be able to restore the wallet from the phrase. Try doing it with same small amount in there. Also, Mycelium is my fave hot wallet and Trezor my fave cold wallet. They're easy and they've been in the space a while.
Thanks OP. Coinbase [acquired](https://www.coindesk.com/business/2021/11/24/coinbase-acquires-crypto-wallet-firm-brd-for-undisclosed-amount/) the popular wallet BRD back in November 2021. Ive met some hodlers who were not aware of this so if you are one of those or know someone who used BRD then give them a heads up.
I had same problems with BRD wallet - they changed their path after implemenmting segwit or something like that - so in the recovered wallet with the seed I never saw all the transactions. fortunatly blue-wallet (app) on iOS could do an import (click, import, unknown wallet, enter seed and wait quite a while until it's perdorming a scan). after that I moved most of it to a new wallet (bitbox 02) and left some change on bluewallet - bluewallet has also lightning integrated :-)
You could do one of many noncustodial wallets like Trust Wallet, BRD, or even Coinbase Wallet (not the same as the exchange wallet, you actually get control of the "keys) If you have a big stash, might be worth it to get a Ledger.
Coinbase Wallet is different to the Coinbase app. Coinbase Wallet theoretically should be self custodial and therefore safe, but I personally don’t trust it. As a former BRD wallet user I don’t like how they manage change (ie completely locked out of the BRD wallet and forced a switch to Coinbase).
I mean they could just make a wallet decentralized and use their paypal services as a on/off ramp? Is that so hard to think about really? seems a bit obvious you have all that infrastructure, ties and capital, you can sacrifice a bit of money on a open wallet you can basically steal being open source and then just act as a ramp, i'd love that, I'd even consider moving on there, just make it so you can see nfts, i did not get into angelblocks for nothing lol and with so much capital you can make a multi chain wallet kinda like BRD, or get bitcoin to and off lightning or so much stuff really
My sisters hold each 0.001 BTC which was a Christmas gift from me. We've send the BTC to a BRD wallet which now doesn't excist anymore. Can we use the 12 word seedsprase for a Muun wallet and open the funds on that wallet? Should work i guess.
Oh you used different wallet software when sending the transaction... That makes more sense. Your 0.00535175 BTC is still sitting in your change address bc1qx9rrh8trnagq2egt5mjj852a3wamfl8lj2uhsj Different software wallets work differently and have different derivation paths. BRD uses the derivation path m/0’ I reccomend you try using (Electrum.](https://electrum.org/#home) Enter your seed phrase in Electrum and choose m/0’ as the derivation path.
| It should just be available in your wallet that you send the transaction from. My BRD Wallet (from which I performed this transaction originally) shows me that funds are available, but because it doesn't work properly anymore since overtaken by Coinbase, I restored it in BlueWallet. There is the transaction ID: f8f0831783bd29810b697eb840b5d54ab53cad054534a267b16ff68376d97978
1) hello 2) don’t respond to DMs, they’re scams 3) seriously, don’t respond to DMs or emails regarding cryptocurrency 4) Coinbase is very, very fine for 1st time buyers. If you really start getting into cryptocurrency, I’d suggest trying out other exchanges and/or Coinbase pro. 5) everyone in this space has a complaint about EVERYTHING. Enjoy Coinbase and create your own sentiment. 6) for small amounts, you can easily store cryptocurrency on a “hot wallet”. Exodus, Trust, Atomic, BRD and Coinbase wallet are all free and great choices. 7) once you have a sizable amount, consider hardware wallets. Plenty of info on YouTube 8) don’t say how much money you have here or anywhere.
You must have used a different derivation path. You'll have to look over the Coinbase Wallet or old BRD docs to figure out which derivation path they're using, then use the same. Alternately, just wait for the mempool to quiet down and then send your funds elsewhere.
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np. I had used BRD since its first release (iOS) and had exactly the same problem you described. I didn’t have any coins in the wallet but did want to retain the transaction history (just for prosperity really). I can now scroll back and see all my mistakes while enjoying BlueWallets beautiful interface lol
Apparently BRD wallet got taken over by Coinbase wallet. When I opened the updated version there was an option to download the Coinbase wallet or recover your BRD wallet from seed, but my wallet was empty so I just deleted the app.
hey, I really have to thank you with that hint! after days of trying around with that bluewallet did the job perfect. imported my seed and it recognized all my tx's from way back in aprox 10 minuntes. **Bluewallet does the job better than BRD migration via coinbase app !**