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Hey!
A lot of time ago I had a wallet with 0.5 bitcoin. It was more than six years ago.
Now the point is, I have the old pc with where I had the wallet, I have found some data that prove that Bitcoin Core, or the old equivalent was installed on that pc, but I have uninstalled it, with osiris and all the "tin hat" stuffs I loved when i was a teen.

Can you suggest me how to find my wallet? It's possibile?
I know it should be something like a long alphanumeric string and I could have pasted it in some txt, but I could have exported the wallet in a .csv, i'm right? It's that the extension also years ago?
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>>63318421
Give the PC back, Tyrone
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>>63318440
ok
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Don't worry it's not worth much anymore.
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>>63318702

Meh, 2k are quite interesting for me.
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If you were using the official bitcoin wallet, your wallet is a file called wallet.DAT. If you deleted that file, sorry, your coins are gone.
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>>63318421
It should be in your .bitcoin folder.

You have 0.5 in BTC and 0.5 in BCH.




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