rod123 Posted January 8, 2022 Share Posted January 8, 2022 (edited) Could you please tell me how to know what derivation path (m/44'/144'/0'/0/ or other derivation path) was used to generate my old xrp address if I can know that , that should serve a lot to find my xrp address on https://iancoleman.io/bip39/. Is there any website to to find out what derivation path used my xrp address? I'd really appreciate it if you could help me. (my problem is as follows: I bought ledger nano s 3 or 4 years ago. I have some xrp in my ledger nano but yesterday when I put my pin code of ledger nano s(I have a 24-word list) to access ledger live and saw my deposit of xrp but couldn't send it out due to an error. SO I reset my ledger nano live , but after that even though I connected my pin code my old wallet of xrp doesn't show up (I've already reset my ledger nano s using my 24 word recovery phrase, updated my ledger live and downloaded the latest version of xrp wallet on ledger live) I tried adding a xrp wallet on ledger live but I can add a totally new one but my old one cannot show as an option to add on ledger live. In my case my balance doesn't show 0 but the thing is my original xrp wallet doesn't show up on ledger live. I don't know why my old xrp wallet doesn't show up. So I decided to access my wallet through finding out the private key of my wallet without using ledger nano s.) Edited January 8, 2022 by rod123 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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