Export private keys from trust wallet recovery phrase.


Derivation Path

For more info see the
BIP44 spec.

The account extended keys can be used for importing to most BIP44 compatible wallets, such as mycelium or electrum.

The BIP32 derivation path and extended keys are the basis for the derived addresses.

For more info see the
BIP32 spec

Use path m/0'/0' with hardened addresses.

For more info see the
Bitcoin Core BIP32 implementation

Use path m/0'/0.
For change addresses use path m/0'/1.

For more info see
MultiBit HD

Use path m/44'/0'/0'.
Only enter the xpub extended key into block explorer search fields, never the xprv key.

Can be used with:
blockchain.info

For more info see the
BIP49 spec.

The account extended keys can be used for importing to most BIP49 compatible wallets.

The BIP32 derivation path and extended keys are the basis for the derived addresses.

For more info see the
BIP141 spec

For more info see the
BIP84 spec.

The account extended keys can be used for importing to most BIP84 compatible wallets.

The BIP32 derivation path and extended keys are the basis for the derived addresses.


TrustWallet Derived Addresses

Note these addresses are derived from the BIP32 Extended Key



Enabling BIP38 means each key will take several minutes to generate.

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Typically, non-custodial wallets use a seed phrase to restore access to funds. Seed is a sequence of 12, 18 or 24 words, of the BIP39 standard. This standard contains a dictionary of 2048 words and key generation protocols BIP32-44-49-84-141. With a mnemonic phrase from trustwallet, you can access funds in almost any non-custodial wallet app. Accordingly, the security of a seed-phrase is a top priority for a cryptocurrency user.

Some wallets access funds by means of a Private Key, which is a sequence of alphanumeric characters. It is worth noting that the private key provides access to only one specific coin address, while the seed phrase gives full control over all of the coin addresses that have been generated in the wallet. In simple words – the seed phrase contains all of the private keys from all of the addresses in the wallet at once.