Import Wallet Create a new wallet by importing an existing wallet file. Drag the wallet file into the area above. Supports Bitcoin-Qt (wallet.dat) and blockchain.info (wallet.aes.json) files.
You retain full control of your private keys, so your wallets can never be seized or blocked and can be imported into any desktop Bitcoin client.
My local copy of the blockchain was way out of date, so I decided to just import the wallet.dat into a blockchain.info wallet. The import appeared successful, except the final balance showed 0, when there were supposed to be quite a few coins there.
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But I couldn't import the old .dat wallet. Am I missing something?
OWF.py reads the keys from Bitcoin-QT wallet (e.g wallet.dat) and exports them to MultiBit wallet format (e.g multibit.key) but also applicable for Blockchain.info imports.
New issue. Import wallet.dat not working #44. Closed.
I am unable to upload my wallet into blockchain.info. I keep getting connection refused. The password is correct and my client is up to date.
Go into your blockchain.info wallet and select the 'Import/ Export' page. Select the 'Import Wallet' option on the left hand side. Paste your private key export from MultiBit Classic in the text area and click the 'Import Wallet' button.
A wallet.aes.json downloaded from blockchain.info or emailed to on sign up contains everything needed to restore your bitcoins if blockchain.info is offline. The multibit desktop client is the easiest and quickest way to import blockchain.info wallet backups.