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Probably the answer that fits your need best is "yes" if what you're asking is "should I send stuff to that public-key", but it's not exactly true. I assume that you mean to ask about public-key and not private-key. I'm also answering for Bitcoin and cite the Ethereum white paper to do so. The address is not a natural ECC public-key. From ...


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This is the correct answer. You have to use const wallet = Wallet['default'].fromPrivateKey(privateKeyBuffer); Generating an Ethereum wallet with an existing private key


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