I found an old json file on a flash drive but am not sure which network it was for.
I’ve tried eth and a few others but the wallet shows up as empty.
Is there any way I can find out what network the acct is for w/ the data from the json file?
Alternatively, is there a blockchain explorer that scans multiple networks?
thx in advance
PS: happy to tip you if you can help me figure this out
9 thoughts on “Lost Wallet — old Json file … help??”
I don’t know, but don’t accept DMs from people offering to help, as they will likely be scammers
Have you tried debank?
Try Blockchair if Debank doesn’t work
Idea: Go to each chain from around the time the file was created (look at the file data) and then check the explorers
Try Myetherwallet software option?
maybe try one of the non-EVM chains if you’ve explored those since it’s not showing up on Debank? Polkadot, Cosmos, Solana, Avalanche (not the C-chain), Cardano etc.
Blockchair is probably your best bet, or try to check when the json file was last edited and see what was trending then. If it looks like a bitcoin address could be ltc or bcash or something of the like
Can you tell how old it is or something like that? Should help you narrow your search. What’s the story anyway?
Use [https://debank.com/](https://debank.com/) it scans multiple networks and shows DeFi poositions