In the case of Bitcoins, your coins will not be "lost", but you won't be able to access them without your keyring--nor will anyone else. The keyring analogy also explains why you should keep your wallet.dat file secret.
Encrypting your wallet.dat file is the number one thing you should do followed immediately by making a dual paper copy of your password/passphrase and storing it somewhere safe. Next you should make a backup of your wallet.dat file as well as making a paper copy.
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Today Bitomat, Poland-based third largest Bitcoin exchange, announced that as of July 26 they lost access to their wallet.dat file and thus the exchange’s entire fund base has become inaccessible.
I had backup my wallet.dat file on my email,but I delete the old wallet.dat then I want to backup a new wallet.dat on my email,this diskless workstation is power down at the moment. and I also lost my wallet.dat on the email sysytem.
For some reason I dont have the wallet.dat file on the USB with the bitcoin file (dumb, i know). So now I've got a drive that can't boot plus my extra drive (either one could have the wallet.dat file on it) and I'm lost.
Where is my wallet.dat file? In Windows, go to Start -> Run (or press WinKey+R) and run this: explorer %APPDATA%\Bitcoin.
I have this question, say I have my coins in my local wallet and 1 of 2 things can happen, say I somehow delete the wallet.dat file or some kind of malware deletes the
I recently imported the encrypted wallet.dat file into the bitcoin-qt wallet on Windows 7. Coins appeared. But, my expected passphrase is incorrect. At first I though I mis-recorded it or mis-typed it at inception.
If you lose the file, all your coins are GONE. Once you have encrypted your wallet, make sure you make a back-up of your wallet.