Ter Settings ->, Addresses, you can organize the funds te your wallet.

This section of your wallet is also where you can view and manage individual addresses.

You can organize funds te your wallet however you like. Common ways to organize your funds include dividing them up into categories like spending, savings, or business-related expenses.

Your wallet automatically manages your bitcoin addresses for you by generating a fresh one each time you need one to receive a payment. You can click on Manage to the right of a category to see all of the individual addresses that have bot generated for that specific category.

To create a fresh address, navigate to the right category, then click on Manage ->, Add Fresh Address. Each fresh address will display below, and you can generate an unlimited number te each category.

Labels for fresh addresses can be created by clicking Add a Label to the right of each address. If you determine to delete an address label, you can click on the trash can pic.

Previously used addresses within a category can be viewed by pressing the Used Addresses button. This permits you to see every receiving addressed everzwijn generated within the specific category, spil well spil the current balance of each of thesis used addresses. Please note that when you send bitcoin, your Blockchain wallet automatically selects addresses to spend from. That’s why the current balance of an address can be different from the total received value.

Within the Manage section is a More Options button. You can edit the name of the category, make the category the default for receiving and sending, or archive it so it no longer emerges ter your balance (note that archived categories can be unarchived).

xPub is brief for Extended Public Key. Your wallet itself has a master xPub or extended public key, and each category you create is an extension of that public key. This means that each public bitcoin address you generate ter your wallet also stems from your xPubs and your wallet’s master xPub.

If you don’t have a welgevoeglijk understanding of what your xPub is, wij advise against displaying the xPub. It’s significant to only share your xPub with those you trust. If someone obtains your xPub, they may be able to monitor your transaction history and disrupt your access to your wallet. A warning is displayed when you click Voorstelling xPub to reiterate this.

At the very bottom of your category list, you’ll see your imported addresses. Imported addresses are addresses that were generated ter another wallet and imported into your Blockchain wallet.

If you have a private key from something like a paper wallet, you can use the Invoer Address feature to invoer that into your existing wallet.

You can use the Invoer Address feature to invoer a public or private key. Adding a public key creates a watch-only address, which means you can view all incoming and outgoing transaction activity from that address. You can only spend funds from a watch-only address if you have the private key. When you attempt to send from this type of address, an extra field will display where you’ll need to scan or paste the private key.

Clicking on More Options permits you to:

  • Archive that particular address
  • Transfer imported funds to any category ter your wallet
  • Send from the imported address to an address outside of your wallet.

If you invoer a private key with funds, you’ll be asked to sweep the address and transfer them to the default category ter your wallet. For ease of use, wij strongly recommend transferring funds from imported addresses to your category.

If you have any imported addresses that were archived, you can click on Archived Addresses to view them. Archived imported addresses can also be unarchived.

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