Dumb question about derivation paths.
I have ETH stored on a hard wallet from several years ago. For whatever reason I can only access them if I use the MEW wallet and select the EthereumClassic derivation path option, not the Ethereum option. If I use any other soft wallet to interface with my hard wallet, then I can't find my ETH. Also, when I check the address in the EtherScan.io, it shows I have Ethereum and not Ethereum Classic there. This makes sense because I sold my ETC years ago after the fork. So here's my question. Is this a glitch or is this just a way to organize how my Ethereum is stored on my hard wallet? Is it safe to keep them in the Ethereum Classic derivation path or should I move them to an address using the Ethereum derivation path? Will Ethereum Classic always be supported in MEW? Like is said, I couldn't find my coins using any other wallet so this makes me a little nervous. I also don't want to touch/move them since I consider them to be in cold storage. Thanks in advance for any answers on this.
Be sure you’re sending crypto to the right address and never lose your funds. Check out the platform for that.
What the merge will do to energy usage in relatable numbers
The Ethereum merge is done and we all now that it's lowered energy fees. But how much is the energy that's being saved really worth? Find you here.
Top 5 Investment Models in the Blockchain World in 2023!
As far as businesses are concerned, the blockchain world is one streaming with opportunities spread around the internet