I have got Copay 70% working with an alternate Digital Currency. We are using Copay in a Decentralized Donation platform
Everything was going well untill I accidently sent a large amount of coins to my Copay address
Im unable to send the funds back out as Copay shows a Nill balance
If anyone can help me I will give them 1 Bitcoin
I will await a response as I know you are busy
hey @felipelalli – what can we help with?
@johnsmith76 I can do it
Hi Guys, I had some issues with the copay wallet.. I added a multi-sig wallet with 3 people.. of witch 1 person confirmed.. the third guy had an Iphone (I did not know that) So he wasn't able to confirm. So this multisig wallet stayed in the 'pending' modus. With this pending wallet on the background the app became EXTREMELY buggy. It wasn't able to send coins with my other co-pay wallets and the app didn't recognize QR codes.. At first I didn't know what the problem was, after a long time of messing around I decided to delete the 'pending' multi-sig wallet. This solved the stability problem instantly. Great app nevertheless, this was quite frustrating though:) All the best, Kasper
Matias Alejo Garcia
Thanks a lot @kasperkeunen for the report. Interesting to know. There could be some handlers on pending wallets that slow down the app, we will check.
I would really like to use Copay, but for that I require the pubkeys used by the multisig wallet.
I can not find a single bit of documentation about this, or any details regarding the backup file format/scripts to decrypt said backup so i can pull the pubkeys out my self
Hello, I updated to the new copay version on windows phone. I want my old wallet back but I cant remember my profile name anymore. I created a local wallet only. Any chance to export the data from the phone?
Matias Alejo Garcia
@gdcbyers The backup format is trivial. Once you decrypt it (using SJCL) it is a JSON. One key is xPubKeys, with are the extended public keys of the copayers. @thaxy I am afraid that is not possible. In the storage at v0.9 nor the username or the password are stored on clear text, it is not possible to recover them even seen the phone's storage.
@matiu Thanks for the reply. Is there another way to try my 20 combinations without tipping them painfully into my phone?
I also have a few more tools I need to release still, one makes a backup of every encrypted blob and places it into a sqlite database.
Another that takes in email and password and pulls every file from the database it can using the supplied credentials (since each record uses the credentials slightly differently) after pulling the discovered blobs I try and decrypt. Last of all I try and decrypt every blob in the database (have recovered a few wallets that somehow became un associated from my profile)