0

I want report you my first experience regarding XMR withdrawal from EXMO. They say:

(EXMO.com)

Jun 5, 12:15 BST

Hello! We withdraw XMR only to the integrated address, that is, those in which the Payment ID is already entered, and if you have an address for which you need a separate id, then Monero will not be able to be displayed on it. In order to find out your Payment ID you need to follow the link: https://xmr.llcoins.net/addresstests.html In the line at number 8, enter the number of your XMR wallet on EXMO, click Check Address and in the line at number 10 (the 3rd field) will be your payment id, and in the line at number 15 the standard wallet address. Thank you for contacting us!

How can I get an integrated address? I want to withdraw XMR from EXMO to the Monero GUI. I have to generate a receiving address using the Monero GUI and then insert it on EXMO. Is it right? Thanks a lot

1

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.

  • Thanks for your reply. I ask you to have a little patience because this crypto world is quite new for me. And also sorry for my English. If you don't explan me step by step like a little child where and how write command, I don't be able to follow your instructions. For the future and because of this problem, you would be so kind to indicate me one or more exchange fully compliant to MONERO trading? Waiting for your reply. Have a nice week. – G-S Jun 10 at 5:22
  • Is there anyone that can help me to withdraw my 2.5 XMR from EXMO? – G-S Jun 10 at 16:28
  • @jtgrassie - I find it dangerous to recommend putting your seed into that tool to merely generate an integrated address. You don't need to touch the private keys to generate one. – dEBRUYNE Jun 11 at 6:29
  • I agree with you. Write my 24 seed keys words should be dangerous. So, how can I have an integrated XMR Monero Address? – G-S Jun 11 at 19:36
  • You say: "You can use the command line wallet (monero-wallet-cli) to create an integrated address." I am not able to follow your instructions due to my lack of computer skills. If you write to me step by step in an elementary way what should I do I try to follow the instructions in the hope of succeeding. – G-S Jun 11 at 19:41

Your Answer

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service, privacy policy and cookie policy

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.