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You should be able to recover access to your Coinbase wallet through your Coinbase account. Try contacting them via email!


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ERC20 tokens have a contract address that wallets can refer to check their balance transfer tokens, and other functions provided by the contract. MetaMask can automatically communicate to contract addresses of popular tokens like DAI which has the address of 0x6b175474e89094c44da98b954eedeac495271d0f. However, there are thousands of tokens that are in ...


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Check these possible causes: Hope it helps 1. Not added the new token to Metamask: 2. Metamaks is not connecting to the correct Chain. 3. The Metamaks Site Access section is not as "On All Sites"


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Most mining pools hold your rewards until you hit a certain limit then send it over in one transaction. Because of this I see no issue mining to a ledger or trezor


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I was in pretty much the same situation, except that I used an even older version of Parity (circa 2017) originally. Easiest, not very secure The easiest solution for me was to use MEW (myEtherWallet) in online mode. This is not the safest option as you're giving access to your private key, but was good enough for me because my wallet had ~$10. Go to https:/...


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As for the fees, I'm not entirely sure whether they are calculated in the transfer-network token, or in the original token: The fee is given in either the native currency of the associated network, or, for token transfers, the token itself. Anything marked as ERC20 is an ERC-20 token on the Ethereum main net. Fees are paid in that token. Anything marked as ...


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