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const mnemonic= 'clown shiver beach wheel this mixture emotion illness fatigue amateur talent bitter' console.log(0x${hdwallet.derive(m/44'/60'/0'/0/0).getAddress().toString('hex')})

const seed =   Buffer.from('408fb4ad29e82ae696c857795fa94c0aad444578effa428ddd1b969b35f96f298911c9b066a6dda3cc47ed85d903be61b67fe97895a8bc68d1a20ce014b7ae80', 'hex')

const hdwallet= HDWallet.fromSeed(seed)
console.log(`0x${hdwallet.derive(`m/44'/60'/0'/0/0`).getAddress().toString('hex')}`)
var pubkey=hdwallet.derive(`m/44'/60'/0'/0/0`).getPublicKey().toString('hex');
var privateKey=hdwallet.derive(`m/44'/60'/0'/0/0`).getPrivateKey().toString('hex');
var address=`0x${hdwallet.derive(`m/44'/60'/0'/0/0`).getAddress().toString('hex')}`;
console.log(pubkey)   
console.log(privateKey)
console.log(address)

What am i missing ? how to iterate derivation path to get new address everytime ?

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Derivation path follows this convention:

m / purpose' / coin_type' / account' / change / address_index

So you can increase address_index from 0 to get new addresses from same mnemonic.

For more details: https://github.com/bitcoin/bips/blob/master/bip-0044.mediawiki

  • yeah i know that but i don't want to do that manually every time – syeda Roushan Arshid Mar 29 at 6:12
  • i want to itearate index on every request by it self i am stuck in that – syeda Roushan Arshid Mar 29 at 6:13
  • That sounds like a good use for a backend database :-) Each time you call this routine, do an atomic table update to get the next index. Your index can have really large numbers so it should keep working for a long time. – Dave Appleton Jul 17 at 19:53

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