I fond something interesting while dumping my nbt key to imported to my new NBT wallet I didn’t notice at first my new Wallet was in NSR mode when i imported the NBT key from the Console and was accepted as a Nsr key making a new address for NSR I can now use 1 NBT key for both NBT and NSR as 1 paper wallet for two wallets also works in reverse Nsr dumpprivkey and importprivkey to nbt
Known issue always use -unit=B when doing something in console which involves NBT. You do not really have that NSR. I think I got rid of it by sending the NBT to myself. Otherwise just make new wallet.dat’s
you can use the NBT private key to import it in NSR Console and as use it as a NSR private key
VGL4JESHH4TaFsy5dLjEQgCG5cu6SHpJVwerwSwDDww68aA <—private key and use it as import for to create a new nsr address when Switched to NuShares wallet importprivkey VGL4JESHH4TaFsy5dLjEQgCG5cu6SHpJVwerwSwDDww68aA
new address added to my nsr walletS.data ( SfdEVQ55vYtXtRuyZVrKweffwwwegL
I get what you are saying. The reason for this is that you can interpret the NBT private key as NSR private key. NBT’s send to the original NBT address will even show up as NSR. It can be considered as bug, but it just displays confusing data, you won’t really have these NSR.