Hello, this portion of the post is intended to be a guide for restoring your golang wallet from seed/keys.
Please make sure you’re using the latest version of Dero’s software (currently found here: https://github.com/deroproject/derosuite/releases)
Synchronize your daemon 100%
Open your wallet and use option 3 (seed) or 4 (keys) to restore your wallet
Allow it time to scan the blockchain and if your balance appears incorrect type/use the “balance” command in the terminal
Hello, this is intended to be a basic guide to restoring your wallet from the OLD command line interface (CLI).
Step.1 Find your 25 word mnemonic seed that you saved when creating your wallet.
Step.2 Figure out which drive & directory (folder) that you saved the Dero folder to (specifically “Dero-Wallet-Cli”)
Step.3 Open a command prompt window and navigate to the directory that contains “Dero-Wallet-Cli” . (A example would be “c:\dero” if you put the folder directly onto the c drive directory.)
Step.4 In the command prompt type ./dero-wallet-cli --restore-deterministic-wallet. (Working example: c:\dero./dero-wallet-cli --restore-deterministic-wallet)
Step.5 Enter your 25 word mnemonic seed
Step.6 Enter your new wallet name, password, and language when prompted.
Step 7. You will see the following text : “Restore from specific blockchain height (optional, default 0),
or alternatively from specific date (YYYY-MM-DD):” . If you do not require or do not know the specific block height or date, just press enter which will select the “default” option
Congratulations, by this point you should have restored your wallet!
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