Address path (BIP32)

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Address path (BIP32) defines how to derive private and public keys of a wallet from a binary master seed (m) and an ordered set of indices.

BIP32 derivation path:

m / 0' / 0' /k'

BIP32 extended private key represents the extended private key derived from the derivation path.

  • Example of BIP32 extended private key:

Trezor and BIP32 address path[edit]

Trezor uses BIP44, which is based on BIP32. BIP44 dictates the derivation path:

m / purpose' / coin_type' / account' / change / address_index

See also

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