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In your case, I would research multi-sing wallets. (Wallets that require a multitude of private keys). Therefore if one is stolen, it is still not possible to access the wallet on your own. Using a single private key in such a case is simply asking for trouble. A single point of failure is never a good thing in a design.


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I encountered this issue while confusing the private key with other keys and addresses. Using MetaMask, the correct private key can be found under "Account details > Export Private Key".


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a secret recovery phrase is generated using an hd wallet. Private keys are basically children of this phrase, but there's no way to go back to the parent having just the private key.


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