How do I recover my Satodime funds?
You have a Satodime card containing crypto-currencies and would like to retrieve these funds in your personal wallet. In other words, you want to export your vault’s private key to another software application such as Electrum, Metamask, MyEtherWallet, Sparrow Wallet or even Blue Wallet (mobile). Just follow the guide.
Unseal your keyslot
The first step is to unseal your crypto-vaut to recover the private key. This operation is irreversible. Once the vault has been opened, you will not be able to seal it again. First of all, launch the app and read your card using the NFC. Whether you are on mobile or desktop application, select the vault you wish to unseal and click on “Unseal”. This action will reveal the corresponding private key of your vault.
Can’t unseal? You are probably not the owner of the card. Please consult this article: Satodime, ownership explained for more information on how to get the ownership’s right of the card.
Grab the private key
Your vault is now unsealed and you can access the private information it contains. Click on “Show Key” (mobile app) or on “More Details” and the “Private Info” tab (on desktop). There you can see your private key in several format: Legacy or WIF. Copy either key, depending on the client you wish to import your funds into.