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QSP is an ERC-20 token. Token transactions work a bit differently than regular Ether transactions. To transfer a token, you send a (0 Ether) transaction to the token contract, with data that specifies the value of tokens to send, and the address where you want to send the tokens to. If you take a look at a token transaction on Etherscan.io for example, you ...


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You can use a simple contract with a payable fallback function for this. For example: pragma solidity 0.7.0; contract Forwarder { address payable owner; constructor (address payable _owner) { owner = _owner; } fallback () external payable { owner.transfer(msg.value); } } Every time ETH is sent to the contract, the fallback ...


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Install the "MEW CX" Google Chrome extension, import the wallet using the MNENOMIC, and export "Keystore File (UTC/JSON)".


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If you want only logout metamask, click on metamask icon, click on 'my accounts' icon in the top right, and within this window you'll find the logout button.


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You can run MyCrypto's desktop application fully offline, and sign transactions from your offline computer too. The application is fully open-source and available on GitHub here. There are instructions for compiling your own version if you'd like. Running it offline does not require a Geth node or any sort of hardware (except for a computer, of course). You ...


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Finally, I got the answer: It is by two different method: Method-I: var Web3 = require("web3"); var web3 = new Web3('https://mainnet.infura.io'); var wallet = web3.eth.accounts.wallet.create(1); console.log(wallet['0'].address); Output: 0x798bd25e7e299a6621a4a8e7fa31926d9fc27d0c Method-II: var Web3 = require("web3"); var url = "...


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In MetaMask login screen, under the "Unlock" button, there is a message that says "Restore account?". If you click the message "Import account using seed phrase" you can import your old account. If you are logged on and want to close in the account's menu in the top right there is a button "Lock" that will bring your ...


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Vanitygen Plus Plus There is another very fast (support GPU) vanity address generator, support BTC/ETH/etc. See: https://github.com/10gic/vanitygen-plusplus


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