Bitcoin Core 0.13 BIP32 support

BitcoinCore 0.13 now supports BIP32 wallets. Documentation states, that if I create a new wallet and encrypt it, it will be an hd wallet. Then I can make a one-time backup of the master secret key.

Imagine that I do all the steps listed above. I start generating addresses and accepting payments. I do not make any backups.

How can I restore my wallet at any time in future (with all keys generated after the initial backup?)?

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BlockCypher API – how to pass token and other parameters e.g. Unspent Only

I want to see Unspent transactions thus I use: http://api.blockcypher.com/v1/btc/main/addrs/xxxxxxxxxxxxxx?unspentOnly=true

I want to use a Token, thus I use http://api.blockcypher.com/v1/btc/main/addrs/xxxxxxxxxxxxxx/token=yyyyyyyyyyyyy

But when I try to use both, http://api.blockcypher.com/v1/btc/main/addrs/xxxxxxxxxxxxxx/token=yyyyyyyyyyyyy?unspentOnly=true

then I get an error that API call limits have been reached even though it is my first call for the day or hour , and if i remove the token then it works again.

How do I pass both the token and additional parameter (unspentOnly=true)

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