The Stack Overflow podcast is back! Listen to an interview with our new CEO.
6

As ether.li is still a PoC (proof of concept) you would have to be careful and not store a big amount of ether in it. However, the goal of ether.li is to be a multisig wallet, so that means that ether.li has one key and you own the two other. When you create a wallet, you have the choice to create new keys or to provide existing ones that you generated ...


3

Ether.li uses a multi-signature contract wallet. To access funds on the contract wallet, you need to have a small amount of Ether on the user account (one of the owners, not the wallet) to pay the gas for the contract execution. So send a small amount (0.1 ETH) to that account rather than the wallet and you will be able to execute that contract and withdraw ...


3

https://etherscan.io/address/0xf7a1b79bfc55f2cfc315599ea5428225f3548217 The transaction isn't being broadcasted, even if EtherLi may be saying it's approved. I'm assuming you're doing all the correct MultiSig signing.


3

Based on your statement, there is nothing wrong with the algorithm behind the wallet. As you have supposed, the encrypted xprv can be found if you use the Chrome debug tools. We are also happy to assist with recovery of your encrypted xprv. Please email us from the account that the wallet belongs to, and we will ask you challenge questions before revealing ...


3

I'm the creator of the wallet, I'd like to help out here however I can. Losing access to your private key information does not mean that you lost funds. When you attempt to send from the wallet, you will be asked for a password. This password is all that you need to send a transaction. The password is used to decrypt your private key and to sign the ...


2

All the listed transactions have been confirmed [1] with the exception of (6) which ran out of gas. It appears like you sent two additional transactions prior to the ones listed: 0xd757603d7becf46325bd36c529f6a8da92414f42f0be9c8bd030c664069d76ef, and 0xef1ce9856a3026983c3a4ed39bf28fa0ab1922222c5884771adb71c9069ff13b holding 1.995 ETH and 0.095 ETH ...


1

According to the Parity wiki on github, you just need to click on "new account" in the account page. This should walk you through importing an account.


1

I figured out how! Anyway! Come on, I'll try to help ... 1- You need to have all the account recovery information when you created your ether.li account - In this post you can see what they are: How to recover EtherLi Multi-Sig Wallet without SMS? Etherli-multi-sig-wallet-without-sms / 14027 2- In the parity you should choose ACCOUNT / + ACCOUNT 3- You ...


1

Imported the Wallet into Parity and was able to transfer Ethereum. I am not sure whether ether.li is beeing maintained correctly. According to their FAQ they advice people to not store a big amount in their wallet because its still beeing developed.


Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible