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In 2017, when I first started to mine, I made a wallet in wallet.ethereum.org (I stopped briefly after, so I have around 2.2 ETH in that wallet).

Now in 2021 I tried to go to wallet.ethereum.org but the website seems to be down... and according to some instructions I have to transfer it to MEW using JSON or Keystore, which I don't have them anymore..

The only thing I have is the public address, a username and a password,(key icon) address 0x.........

Is there anything I can do with this to access to my ETH address and transfer my 2.2 eth?

Is there someone that can guide me through this?

Thank you in advance.

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If you were mining, I assume that you were running your own node.

In that case, your keystore file should be located in a hidden .ethereum folder here on linux - ~/.ethereum/keystore

If you still have the keystore file for your account in that folder, you should be able to decrypt it using your password. I suggest you use MyEtherWallet to do so. You will then be able to transfer eth from MyEtherWallet.

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  • I did it on windows. What if i don't have the keystore anymore is there a way to access it?
    – Ruben
    Mar 11 at 14:50
  • On Windows, the path to the folder should be ~/AppData/Roaming/Ethereum. If you have completely lost your kestore file, I don't think that you can access your account anymore. The keystore file is your encrypted private key.
    – Undead8
    Mar 12 at 1:51

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