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I'll have a stab at this... It'll be a wallet that supports SLIP-0039 (Shamir's Secret-Sharing for Mnemonic Codes), the word list for which includes "rebound". I believe Trezors use such a scheme, so if you have a Trezor - or did have - that's where it'll have come from.


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I'm curious why metaMask doesn't offer to generate seed words for a specific account Seed words are used as a seed to the master key of a BIP39-compliant deterministic wallet. BIP39 added the support for mnemonics to HD wallets, with the heirarchical deterministic wallet standard itself being BIP44 (previously BIP32). BIP44 allows you to generate private ...


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Technically, there is an infinite number of addresses that can be created from a single mnemonic following BIP39. Practically, there is a per-wallet limit. Some wallets that use BIP39, such as MetaMask, will generate a large number of addresses. However, it is likely that they will not generate an infinite amount of addresses, as there will be other ...


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I'm not sure how far your technical skills reach, but I found a script in one of my repositories from 2016. Maybe it was a more simple implementation, like one of the following? var ethUtil = require('ethereumjs-util'); const Wallet = require("ethereumjs-wallet"); var thirdparty = require('ethereumjs-wallet/thirdparty') exports.fromParityPhrase = function (...


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When you are booting up ganache-cli, you can pass your mnemonic using -m or -menmonic. In ganache desktop app with UI, instead of doing quickstart, use New Workspace and navigate to ACCOUNT&KEYS Tab. There is a field to pass your mnemonic.


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