I am new to Monero, so I am just learning about Integrated Addresses vs. Standard Addresses.
I understand the difference between the two formats (an Integrated Address incorporates a Payment ID, which enables the recipient to determine who sent the funds).
I also understand that an Integrated Address can be generated algorithmically by combining a standard address with a payment ID.
However, it seems a common problem that I've run into is that various online services provide you with an Integrated Address, but certain cryptocurrency exchange platforms (such as Changelly) only accept Standard Address (at least for now).
So, my assumption is that it is safe to simply use a tool to programmatically derive the standard address from an integrated address. I use https://xmr.llcoins.net/addresstests.html and paste the Integrated Address into
Box 8 and click "Check Address".
Then it generates a Standard Address in
Box 15. I am assuming it is safe to transfer funds to the generated Standard Address, and the new funds will then show up in the wallet associated with the Integrated Address.
Again, I assume this, but am not sure. Since making a mistake here will cost time and money, I am asking this question to make sure my understanding is correct.
Can I simply send funds to the Standard Address (generated in
Box 15), and expect those funds to appear in the wallet associated with my Integrated Address?