Ok, I’ll explain again. The first private key character is represented by this code [157_11_1_u] = L, each subsequent character is extracted by the same formula. It might be mathematically better to write - n and not x. Is this clear enough or should I try to explain again?
Finally you’ll have a great encrypted formula:
[157_11_1_u] + [n]+ [n] + [n]+…
I give an example with whole words instead of 1 character:
Personally I use btc core wallet.
You can create a pub address and export the pvt address without it having downloaded the blockchain.
It also has a built in feature allowing you to create a password to unlock the wallet.
You can also export the wallet.dat file containing all your keys to store on usb, which will also need the password to unlock.
They should let you withdraw them, open a support ticket, but I have heard bad things about their customer services, just keep at them, and best of luck. It is not an exchange many would reccomend.
If you do gain access, chainrift ( depending on ur state (check first)) or bittrex international are active exchanges.
First of all thanks @Dimitar for the great effort put in to make this guide!
There are few things that I have not yet fully understood though, perhaps someone can give me some guidance?
The guide says “The only hardware wallet that allows you to work directly with MAID to date is Trezor.” Does this suggest using:
a) wallet.trezor.io - The “standard” Trezor wallet (which afaik does not have a “MAID specific” UI for sending and receiving MAID, but does indeed display a bitcoin UI and recipient adress which I guess is what the guide refers to)?
If the answer to the first question is to use the “standard” wallet and simply use its bitcoin interface to receive the MAID, how can I later send my MAID from that adress? When reading this forum post it seems like getting the private key for the used adress is not that easy? Has this changed in any way, and if not does anyone have a recommended way of getting the private for the adress?
Thanks a lot once again, and sorry if I have missed some detail when reading about this.