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You can use the command line wallet (monero-wallet-cli) to create an integrated address.

[wallet 45xxxx]: help integrated_address 
Command usage: 
  integrated_address [<payment_id> | <address>]

Command description: 
  Encode a payment ID into an integrated address for the current wallet public address (no argument uses a random payment ID), or decode an integrated address to standard address and payment ID

So launch the cli like:

./monero-wallet-cli --wallet-file path/to/your/wallet

Then run the command:

integrated_address

Which will then print out an integrated address with a random payment ID.

Alternatively, you can use xmr.llcoins.net/addresstests.html to create an integrated address as follows:

  1. SelectIn the dropdown at the top left and, select 'XMR integrated'
  2. Paste your standard public address in box #8
  3. Click 'Check Address'
  4. Copy the output in the boxes next to 'Decoded:' and paste them into boxes #5 and #6 respectively
  5. Click 'Random' next to the 'Payment ID'ID:' box
  6. Click 'Gen 7.'

You now have an integrated address in box #7. You can double check you have done this all correctly by then clicking 'Sent to 8.' and thenfollowed by clicking 'Check Address'. The boxes next to 'Decoded:' should not change if you have done all this correctly.

Note that integrated addresses are being phased out in favor of subaddresses. So consider using an exchange that properly supports Monero.

You can use the command line wallet (monero-wallet-cli) to create an integrated address.

[wallet 45xxxx]: help integrated_address 
Command usage: 
  integrated_address [<payment_id> | <address>]

Command description: 
  Encode a payment ID into an integrated address for the current wallet public address (no argument uses a random payment ID), or decode an integrated address to standard address and payment ID

So launch the cli like:

./monero-wallet-cli --wallet-file path/to/your/wallet

Then run the command:

integrated_address

Which will then print out an integrated address with a random payment ID.

Alternatively, you can use xmr.llcoins.net/addresstests.html to create an integrated address as follows:

  1. Select the dropdown at the top left and select 'XMR integrated'
  2. Paste your address in box #8
  3. Click 'Check Address'
  4. Copy the output in the boxes next to 'Decoded:' and paste them into boxes #5 and #6
  5. Click 'Random' next to the 'Payment ID' box
  6. Click 'Gen 7.'

You now have an integrated address in box #7. You can double check you have done this correctly by then clicking 'Sent to 8.' and then 'Check Address'. The boxes next to 'Decoded:' should not change.

Note that integrated addresses are being phased out in favor of subaddresses. So consider using an exchange that properly supports Monero.

You can use the command line wallet (monero-wallet-cli) to create an integrated address.

[wallet 45xxxx]: help integrated_address 
Command usage: 
  integrated_address [<payment_id> | <address>]

Command description: 
  Encode a payment ID into an integrated address for the current wallet public address (no argument uses a random payment ID), or decode an integrated address to standard address and payment ID

So launch the cli like:

./monero-wallet-cli --wallet-file path/to/your/wallet

Then run the command:

integrated_address

Which will then print out an integrated address with a random payment ID.

Alternatively, you can use xmr.llcoins.net/addresstests.html to create an integrated address as follows:

  1. In the dropdown at the top left, select 'XMR integrated'
  2. Paste your standard public address in box #8
  3. Click 'Check Address'
  4. Copy the output in the boxes next to 'Decoded:' and paste them into boxes #5 and #6 respectively
  5. Click 'Random' next to the 'Payment ID:' box
  6. Click 'Gen 7.'

You now have an integrated address in box #7. You can double check you have done this all correctly by then clicking 'Sent to 8.' followed by clicking 'Check Address'. The boxes next to 'Decoded:' should not change if you have done all this correctly.

Note that integrated addresses are being phased out in favor of subaddresses. So consider using an exchange that properly supports Monero.

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You can use the command line wallet (monero-wallet-cli) to create an integrated address.

[wallet 45xxxx]: help integrated_address 
Command usage: 
  integrated_address [<payment_id> | <address>]

Command description: 
  Encode a payment ID into an integrated address for the current wallet public address (no argument uses a random payment ID), or decode an integrated address to standard address and payment ID

So launch the cli like:

./monero-wallet-cli --wallet-file path/to/your/wallet

Then run the command:

integrated_address

Which will then print out an integrated address with a random payment ID.

Alternatively, you can use xmr.llcoins.net/addresstests.html to create an integrated address as follows:

  1. Select the dropdown at the top left and select 'XMR integrated'
  2. Paste your address in box #8
  3. Click 'Check Address'
  4. Copy the output in the boxes next to 'Decoded:' and paste them into boxes #5 and #6
  5. Click 'Random' next to the 'Payment ID' box
  6. Click 'Gen 7.'

You now have an integrated address in box #7. You can double check you have done this correctly by then clicking 'Sent to 8.' and then 'Check Address'. The boxes next to 'Decoded:' should not change.

Note that integrated addresses are being phased out in favor of subaddresses. So consider using an exchange that properly supports Monero.

You can use the command line wallet (monero-wallet-cli) to create an integrated address.

[wallet 45xxxx]: help integrated_address 
Command usage: 
  integrated_address [<payment_id> | <address>]

Command description: 
  Encode a payment ID into an integrated address for the current wallet public address (no argument uses a random payment ID), or decode an integrated address to standard address and payment ID

So launch the cli like:

./monero-wallet-cli --wallet-file path/to/your/wallet

Then run the command:

integrated_address

Which will then print out an integrated address with a random payment ID.

Note that integrated addresses are being phased out in favor of subaddresses. So consider using an exchange that properly supports Monero.

You can use the command line wallet (monero-wallet-cli) to create an integrated address.

[wallet 45xxxx]: help integrated_address 
Command usage: 
  integrated_address [<payment_id> | <address>]

Command description: 
  Encode a payment ID into an integrated address for the current wallet public address (no argument uses a random payment ID), or decode an integrated address to standard address and payment ID

So launch the cli like:

./monero-wallet-cli --wallet-file path/to/your/wallet

Then run the command:

integrated_address

Which will then print out an integrated address with a random payment ID.

Alternatively, you can use xmr.llcoins.net/addresstests.html to create an integrated address as follows:

  1. Select the dropdown at the top left and select 'XMR integrated'
  2. Paste your address in box #8
  3. Click 'Check Address'
  4. Copy the output in the boxes next to 'Decoded:' and paste them into boxes #5 and #6
  5. Click 'Random' next to the 'Payment ID' box
  6. Click 'Gen 7.'

You now have an integrated address in box #7. You can double check you have done this correctly by then clicking 'Sent to 8.' and then 'Check Address'. The boxes next to 'Decoded:' should not change.

Note that integrated addresses are being phased out in favor of subaddresses. So consider using an exchange that properly supports Monero.

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You can use the command line wallet (monero-wallet-cli) to create an integrated address.

[wallet 45xxxx]: help integrated_address 
Command usage: 
  integrated_address [<payment_id> | <address>]

Command description: 
  Encode a payment ID into an integrated address for the current wallet public address (no argument uses a random payment ID), or decode an integrated address to standard address and payment ID

So launch the cli like:

./monero-wallet-cli --wallet-file path/to/your/wallet

Then run the command:

integrated_address anyid

Which will then print out an integrated address with a random payment ID.

Note that integrated addresses are being phased out in favor of subaddresses. So consider using an exchange that properly supports Monero.

You can use the command line wallet (monero-wallet-cli) to create an integrated address.

[wallet 45xxxx]: help integrated_address 
Command usage: 
  integrated_address [<payment_id> | <address>]

Command description: 
  Encode a payment ID into an integrated address for the current wallet public address (no argument uses a random payment ID), or decode an integrated address to standard address and payment ID

So launch the cli like:

./monero-wallet-cli --wallet-file path/to/your/wallet

Then run the command:

integrated_address anyid

Which will then print out an integrated address.

Note that integrated addresses are being phased out in favor of subaddresses. So consider using an exchange that properly supports Monero.

You can use the command line wallet (monero-wallet-cli) to create an integrated address.

[wallet 45xxxx]: help integrated_address 
Command usage: 
  integrated_address [<payment_id> | <address>]

Command description: 
  Encode a payment ID into an integrated address for the current wallet public address (no argument uses a random payment ID), or decode an integrated address to standard address and payment ID

So launch the cli like:

./monero-wallet-cli --wallet-file path/to/your/wallet

Then run the command:

integrated_address

Which will then print out an integrated address with a random payment ID.

Note that integrated addresses are being phased out in favor of subaddresses. So consider using an exchange that properly supports Monero.

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