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How do I see all of my wallet's addresses?
How do I see all of my wallet's addresses?

Need help navigating your crypto addresses? Some assets use multiple addresses. Learn how to view all of your wallet's addresses in Exodus.

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How to view all of your wallet's addresses in Exodus.

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Why do I have multiple addresses for one asset?

For UTXO-based crypto, like Bitcoin (BTC), Exodus stores your funds in multiple addresses. These include change addresses and receive addresses.

There are times when you may need to see a full list of all your addresses for an asset to get a clearer picture of where your funds are stored.

How do I view all of my wallet's addresses?

Currently, exporting your wallet's addresses is possible on Exodus Desktop. To export all of your wallet's addresses, you will need to sync Exodus Mobile or Web3 Wallet to a desktop or laptop by following this guide:

Then you can follow the Exodus desktop instructions below to export a CSV of all of your wallet's addresses.


On Exodus Desktop you can view all of your wallet's addresses by exporting them as a CSV.

  1. Open Exodus, a) navigate to the Wallets tab, and b) select the crypto whose addresses you want to view. c) Click on the More menu in the upper right corner, then d) click Export Address.

  2. You should now see a screen a) showing the file path where the exported CSV containing your wallet's addresses is located. b) Click OK to close the window.

  3. For convenience, the CSV containing your addresses is exported to a folder called exodus-exports on your computer's desktop. Double-click the folder to open it.

  4. Inside the exodus-exports folder, you will find the CSV file containing your wallet's addresses. Double-click your exported CSV to open it on your computer's default spreadsheet editor, like Excel, Numbers, or LibreOffice.

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