Hello people of the safe network forum,
I posted on reddit but thought I would try here as well.
I participated in the crowd sale and had my maid safe coin deposited into a blockchain.info wallet. Blockchain.info updated their wallet software and it is now not user friendly at all to export my private keys. Their help desk sent me the following:
This document will help you recover funds that are sent past the 20 address gap limit for the Receive Payments v2 API. After following these steps, you should not use the same account for the Receive Payments v2 API, but it is safe to use this account for normal web-wallet related use.
The first step is to login to the wallet (preferably in Chrome) that has the account that has not ‘received’ the funds, used with the Receive Payments v2 API.
You will see a window pop up with the message “This browser feature is intended for developers. If someone told you to copy-paste something here, it is a scam and will give them access to your money!”. We will not be taking information outside of your wallet, so there is no chance of you losing access to your funds. To the right of the greater-than sign >, type in (case sensitive) or copy/paste:
or, if you have a second password on your wallet (optional), it would be:
–ACCOUNT# should be replaced with your account number that you used with the receive payments API (so 0 for first account, 1 for second account, etc.)
–INDEX# should be the index number of the stuck address - told to you either by a Zendesk representative, and/or on the JSON response when using the API
Then hit ‘enter’ once the command is ready
If you experience an issue when entering this command, try typing it in manually (as opposed to copy/pasting) - some of the copied formatting may interfere with the command<<<
This is beyond my abilities to figure out so I would like someone to help walk me through it over the phone or on Skype. I will happily pay .25btc ($150usd) to someone who has the technical knowledge to make sense of the above and help me get my maidsafecoin out of blockchain.info and into omniwallet.
Thank you for your time,