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I read the other question posted as possibly similar but it doesn't address the airgapped computer aspect of my question An air-gapped computer cold signs. That's the point here. Can the Monero GUI run in an airgapped computer without connecting to the network? Yes. This is cold signing. Cold as in "not connected to the internet". From what I ...


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The mnemonic field is empty because your Ledger 24 word mnemonic seed (which was generated upon initializing the Ledger device and is essentially your Monero seed for a Ledger Monero wallet) is retained on the device. Similarly, the private spend key (note that the 24 word Ledger mnemonic seed is simply a representation in words of your private spend key) ...


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The discrepancy in your posted screenshots is based on what mode the wallet is being run in. The GUI wallet supports both "Simple" and "Advanced" modes. When in advanced mode, you have the extra tabs and menu items. You can switch modes by clicking the "Close wallet" button, restarting the GUI and when in the opening wizard, open the existing wallet and ...


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When you setup your wallet, you will have had an option to use a Bootstrap Node. A bootstrap node allows you to use your wallet whilst your own full node is downloading the blockchain. This said (and assuming you didn't select to use a bootstrap node), the fact the GUI says it is not connected to the daemon suggests some other issue. Even though you can see ...


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I had some initial issues/errors getting Monero GUI v0.14.0.0 working with the Monero app on a Ledger Nano S, specifically creating a new hardware wallet on the Nano S. Started with errors that suggested USB issues ("failed to generate new wallet: Wrong Device Status : SW=6e00 (EXPECT=9000, MASK=ffff)") as I was seeing a 'Nano S' item/entry in Device Manager ...


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You can use the command line wallet (monero-wallet-cli) to create an integrated address. [wallet 45xxxx]: help integrated_address Command usage: integrated_address [<payment_id> | <address>] Command description: Encode a payment ID into an integrated address for the current wallet public address (no argument uses a random payment ID), or ...


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The SpendProofV1 string contains a second, newly created ring signature that proves exactly the same input ownership again, but using different random initialization data. Only someone that owned the inputs of the transaction would be able to create this second valid ring signature. That is all the SpendProofV1 string contains. There is no key ...


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Your 24 word seed is your Ledger device seed which is used for restoring the Ledger. It is used in the Ledger Live app when you need to restore a device. Recall that the Ledger has your wallet private keys, not the Monero GUI application. Each Ledger device only uses one seed phrase; you do not have different seeds for each cryptocurrency you use your Ledger ...


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See the answer at URL for two independent offline techniques to obtain your 25 Monero seed words effectively computed within your Ledger hardware device as long as you have you the 12, 18, or 24 BIP 39 seed words with a possible BIP 39 passphrase used to configure your hardware device.


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