It’d be awesome to get the newbies stickies updated, since they haven’t been touched for a couple years. Hopefully the FDF brings in new members to the discussion community, but it’s a bit daunting to join the forums at the moment. It seems super inactive and the newbie rule is still in effect.
I would be careful using the walletgenerator as i believe there was a vulnerability found in it.
I am not sure how true this is, but better to be safe then sorry in my opinion
@navarror123 once you have sent coins to another address, you need to have access to the wallet having that address in order to send the coins back or to any other ftc address.
There is no way to reverse a transaction in the crypto world.
Sorry, but you need to figure out the website and how you can get access to the wallet now holding yohr coins
Ok, Gentlemen, sorry for the late reply.
Here is the procedure, tested with electrumx-ftc and the core wallet version 19.3
Open the electrumx gui
go to wallet -> private keys -> export
This gives you a list of your addresses, the type of private keys and the private keys.
save the list as csv file
open the core wallet gui
go to window->console window
in the console window, last line type importprivkey <private key from csv file>
The core wallet then will import the private key and scan the blockchain for coins associated with the corresponding address.
repeat the last step for all addresses