Export Exodus Private Keys to Blockchain – Save on Transaction Fees


Hi and welcome back to my youtube
channel Crypto Lou, I’m Louise Elizabeth and today we be taking you through how
you can save money sending your Bitcoin through your Exodus wallet so some of
you may be aware I’ve already done a tutorial on the Exodus wallet and I
really like the look and feel of it my only issue with it is the fact that it
has absolutely extortionate transaction fees so what I found is a way to link
your Exodus wallet through to your clock train wallet and that way you don’t have
to pay the exodus fees you’re actually playing the blockchain fees and you do
this with the use of private keys so what I’ll do is I’ll take you through
those steps now so if I go into Exodus initially and if I go to wallet if for
example I want to send let’s say for example ninety US dollars in here you
can see that the network free is pretty high for that it’s three dollars five
which is quite a substantial cost so what I’m going to do is take you through
the process now of exporting your private keys through Exodus and then
I’ll take us through to blockchain to show you the process of how to import
that so I’m just going to come out of here for a moment
so if you go to the top here and go to Exodus then go to developer assets
Bitcoin and export private keys then what it will do is it will come up with
a message asking me if I’m sure I want to export my private keys for Bitcoin
remember to keep your private keys safe anyone who has access to your private
keys can get your funds so you need to be really careful with this file in the
fact that obviously it’s very similar to someone having access to your pin number
for your bank card for example so if anyone gets access to this and it’s
really dangerous so you just need to obviously confirm through that and it’ll
what you need to do is say I’m sure and then it’ll export and the folder
onto your desktop for you you so once you have downloaded those
private keys they low then appear on a folder on your desktop if you just then
open up those file the file will be called Bitcoin addresses and then in big
capital letters warning has private keys and then I have the date and time in
there as well so when we open that up we’re then
provided and it will it can be opened up in WordPad or Excel or notepad I believe
as well and then it will just be comma separated and should it be another kind
of formats I’ve ever mine up in Microsoft Excel and I find it quite
readable in here as well so the first option that you have up here is you have
the address so in here will be your Bitcoin address then you’ll have the
path then you’ll have your active balance and then you’ll have your
private key so what you need to do is ensure that you obviously have a copy of
your Bitcoin address and your private key so now we’re back in our blockchain
what we’re going to do is we go to settings on the left hand side here then
if we go to addresses then what we’re going to be doing is import Bitcoin
address now one here you can say that it states that your wallet automatically
creates new Bitcoin addresses as it needs them you can optionally import an
existing address and transfer the funds to your wallet if you have the
corresponding private key which is what we’ve just got through that export this
is an advanced functionality and only suggested for advanced users obviously
we’re all advanced users so what you need to do here is just copy in that
Bitcoin address and from the export that we got from Exodus and then click onto
import then what comes up is its then States you can only access these funds
if you have the private key stored elsewhere which we do if you do not have
a paper wallet or other backup you should not instruct anyone to send
you coins to this address so I’m just going to click on to ok here so if we
now go to Bitcoin and then go to send what you now have is you not only have
the option to send from my Bitcoin will it be
also have imported address in here so you would click on to the imported
address and then you would simply copy and paste your private key into this
section here so that’s was the private key that was in the exported exodus file
so you would paste that into there and now if you wanted to send $90 you then
be looking at a one dollar and five cents US dollar charge so hence saving
yourself you know a couple of dollars or so there in terms of you know compared
to Exodus and you’re simply then click on continue and send your Bitcoin as per
usual so if you love Exodus that hate all those transaction fees then link it
through the blockchain and save yourself some money I hope that you found this
useful today if you did then give me a like if you’d like to see more tips
reviews and tutorials then please hit subscribe if you have any questions at
all then please put them in the comments below and I’ll outline all the steps
that I’ve covered today in the summary of this video thanks and I’ll see you
soon

33 thoughts on “Export Exodus Private Keys to Blockchain – Save on Transaction Fees”

  1. Hi! Can you explain how to claim Bitcoin Gold from Exodus? I'm getting crazy trying to understand how and where can I import my private keys from Exodus so that I can get my BTG 🙁 I would really appreciate it!!!

  2. Have a safe trip and hope you enjoy also, we in Australia are waiting to see if AUSTRAC pass the new legislation😡😡😡, I put up a video covering part of it so hit my face👊, not too hard though and check it out😊😊

  3. I made a transaction on Exodus from Bitcoin to Eos. The transaction posted with no funds and a red label that says " BAD INSTRUCTION" I went on ether scan and it says Tx receipt status "fail" and it say's under "Contract" " warning! error encountered during contract execution. (Bad instruction)" Anyone have any idea how to fix this and what went wrong? Thanks.

  4. Dumb question. But I have some Litecoin in my Jaxx wallet. Is it possible to use the private key from my Jaxx wallet and import it into a exodus wallet, or a Ledger Nano S wallet? So that the amount of Litecoins is transferred to the Exodus or Ledger wallet.

  5. Hi Louise. thanks for the great review. I want to ask you please. do blockchain and Exodus except btc if its from a mining pool? coz I have a coinbase but coinbase don't except btc if its from a mining pool, and its a problem for me to convert my btc from a mining pool to coinbase wallet.. do blockchain and Exodus except a btc from a mining pool? thank you.

  6. Hey, I have done everything as you have but my amounts are incorrect? I have rescaned the blockchain on exodus but the blockchain says a lower amount, buy about 80 odd usd. No pending payments ? Please help.. thanks

  7. Thanks for the great video! I like the lower fees but doesn't this procedure expose your Exodus Bitcoin Private Key to the Blockchain exchange. After completing the send process from Blockchain, can we remove the old private key and generate a new Exodus Bitcoin Wallet Private Key?

  8. nice vid but the only question i have is why not just use blockchain to begin with and be done with it? pls reply….

  9. hi louis, thanks for the great video, how safe is your private key on blockchain.info? how are you sure its not retained on th e server and can be used from their servers when its hacked?

  10. So doesn't the blockchain wallet clear that address and put all the change at a new one?
    So then Exodus would be empty (at that address) and if you didn't save the blockchain wallet (with it's new address) then you just lost your stuff?

  11. hi. I like the exodus wallet a lot. I have a question …back in August I sent my Bit Coin Cash to Bittrix. On exodus the coin was listed as BCC and I believe it was BCH on Bittrix (or maybe reverse). Is is less that 1 BCH and it is still there and unclaimed. I do not have a private key for the BCH on BIttrix.. is there any way to recover this?

  12. Hi louise i want to know i have balance in my blockchain account and to transfer it to other address.but it need private key on the top so how can i get this key?

  13. Hi tried what u said. But on Blockchain info I'm not able to get the private key space to enter my private key. Is that because I'm just trying and I have around $7 worth of bal in my Exodus. Waiting for your response.

  14. The problem I have with this is that private keys go onto a website.
    Sounds very unsafe to me.
    Is there a reason is is safe to do this?

  15. What you show in this video is extremely dangerous and compromises the private keys being entered in blockchain.info!

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