How To Get Private Key

Blockchain.info

1) Download and execute this: https://github.com/iancoleman/bip39/blob/master/bip39-standalone.html (Right click and Save as...)

2) On "BIP39 Mnemonic" space you have to insert the seed of your wallet, the 12 words.

3) You will get the list of your addresses and their private keys.

4) By going with the cursor on a private key, the page will show the qrcode.

Multibit HD

1) Download and execute this: https://github.com/iancoleman/bip39/blob/master/bip39-standalone.html (Right click and Save as...)

2) On "Derivation Path" choose "BIP32"

3) On "Client" choose "Multibit HD"

4) On "BIP39 Mnemonic" space you have to insert the seed of your wallet, the 12 words.

5) You will get the list of your addresses and their private keys.

6) By going with the cursor on a private key, the page will show the qrcode.

Multibit Classic

1) Download this https://github.com/prof7bit/wallet-key-tool/releases/tag/v1.4.2 (you need Java installed)

2) Make a backup of your wallet by from Multibit Classic backup function (try with or without password)

3) Run wallet-key-tool, click on "load" and on "files of type" try both Multibit selection to open the backup file that you generated before.

4) You should have now the private keys.

5) You can try to use this tool on Windows to make a qrcode from the text private keys: https://sourceforge.net/projects/zint/

Mycelium

1) Download and execute this: https://github.com/iancoleman/bip39/blob/master/bip39-standalone.html (Right click and Save as...)

2) On "BIP39 Mnemonic" space you have to insert the seed of your wallet, the 12 words.

3) You will get the list of your addresses and their private keys.

4) By going with the cursor on a private key, the page will show the qrcode.

Breadwallet

1) Download and execute this: https://github.com/iancoleman/bip39/blob/master/bip39-standalone.html (Right click and Save as...)

2) In "Derivation Path" choose "BIP32"

3) On "Client" choose "Multibit HD"

4) On "BIP39 Mnemonic" space you have to insert the seed of your wallet, the 12 words.

5) You will get the list of your addresses and their private keys.

6) By going with the cursor on a private key, the page will show the qrcode.

Bitcoin Core

1) Download this https://github.com/prof7bit/wallet-key-tool/releases/tag/v1.4.2 (you need Java installed)

2) Run wallet-key-tool, click on "load" and on "files of type" choose Bitcoin-Core wallet.dat

3) Open the wallet.dat that you have on your Bitcoin Core data folder.

4) It will probably ask your wallet password.

5) You will get the list of your addresses and their private keys.

Bitcoin Core 2

1) Click on "help" menu, then "debug window", then the "console" tab

2) Write here: walletpassphrase [your wallet password] 600 (600 it is the time while the wallet will remain unlocked)

3) Write: dumpprivkey [address where you have bitcoin]

4) it will show your the private key

6) Write on the console: walletlock (it will lock again your wallet)

Greenaddress / Greenbits / Altana

It isn't possible to get Bitcoin Cash from this wallet. You have to ask them to support it.

Exodus 2

1) Follow those instruction to get the private keys: http://support.exodus.io/knowledge_base/topics/how-can-i-view-my-private-keys-1

2) You can try to use this tool on Windows to make a qrcode from the text private keys: https://sourceforge.net/projects/zint/

Copay/Bitpay

1) Download and execute this: https://github.com/iancoleman/bip39/blob/master/bip39-standalone.html (Right click and Save as...)

2) On "BIP39 Mnemonic" space you have to insert the seed of your wallet, the 12 words.

3) You will get the list of your addresses and their private keys.

Jaxx

1) Download and execute this: https://github.com/iancoleman/bip39/blob/master/bip39-standalone.html (Right click and Save as...)

2) On "BIP39 Mnemonic" space you have to insert the seed of your wallet, the 12 words.

3) You will get the list of your addresses and their private keys.

Electrum

1) Open the menu "View" and click on "Show Addresses"

2) Then open the new tab "Addresses"

3) Ritgh click on the addresses that had Bitcoin before the fork, then click "Private key".

4) Click on the qrcode icon to show it.

4) Cliccare sull'icona del qrcode per mostrarlo

Airbitz

1) Open Airbitz and on the left menu choose Wallets

2) Click on the wallet that you want to expert (if you have more then one)

3) After you have selected it, click on the 3 dots on the upper right and choose "export"

4) The choose "Wallet Private Seed (advanced)"

5) Insert your password and then choose the way to get the seed, it will be a long alphanumeric string.

6) Download and unzip this: https://github.com/Airbitz/airbitz-wallet-recovery/archive/master.zip

7) Go in the subfolder "src" and open "index.html"

8 ) Write your seed on "Wallet master seed" and click "load seed".

9) You will find your bitcoin addresses that you have on Airbits, click on"show key", and the qrcode icon.

Counterparty / IndieSquare wallet

1) Go on https://wallet.counterwallet.io

2) Write your seed and login.

3) On your addresses, where you have bitcoin, click on the blue button [Address actions] on the right

4) Click then on "Show private keys"

5) You can try to use this tool on Windows to make a qrcode from the text private keys: https://sourceforge.net/projects/zint/

Omniwallet

1) Connect on https://www.omniwallet.org and login

2) Go then on https://www.omniwallet.org/wallet/overview

3) Click on "Wallet options" -> "Backup"

4) Insert your password and then download the file with extension .json

5) Open it with a text editor. You will find the private keys next to "privkey"

6) You can try to use this tool on Windows to make a qrcode from the text private keys: https://sourceforge.net/projects/zint/

Ledger Nano S

1) Upgrade the chrome extension Ledger Manager to 1.0.3 or upper

2) Upgrade the chrome extension Ledger Wallet Bitcoin to 1.8.4 or upper

3) From the ledger Bitcoin wallet you can use the same seed by clicking on [Main], or by creating a new dedicated seed for Bitcoin Cash by clicking on [Split]

Bitcoin Wallet (Android)

1) Download OpenSSL for your operation system

2) You have to make the make the backup of your wallet (on the android app), by choosing a password and then by moving the backup file on your computer.

3) Then put the backup file in the same folder where there is the executable of OpenSSL

4) Start the command line from the folder and execute this: openssl enc -d -aes-256-cbc -a -in backup_file > result.txt

5) Open result.txt. You will find much incomprehensible text, but at the beginning, there will be a list of 12 words. Save them somewhere. It is the seed.

6) Download and execute this: https://github.com/iancoleman/bip39/blob/master/bip39-standalone.html (Right click and Save as...)

7) On "BIP39 Mnemonic" space you have to insert the seed of your wallet, the 12 words.

8 ) In "Derivation Path" choose "BIP32"

9) On "Client" choose "Multibit HD"

10) You will get the list of your addresses and their private keys.

Simple Bitcoin Wallet

1) Download and execute this: https://github.com/iancoleman/bip39/blob/master/bip39-standalone.html (Right click and Save as...)

2) On "Derivation Path" choose "BIP32"

3) On "Client" choose "Multibit HD"

4) On "BIP39 Mnemonic" space you have to insert the seed of your wallet, the 12 words.

5) You will get the list of your addresses and their private keys.

6) By going with the cursor on a private key, the page will show the qrcode.