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I purchased some monero and successfully sent my funds to my GUI desktop wallet. Stupidly, I created the hardware wallet account on the GUI desktop AFTER I had already sent the funds to my "regular" GUI wallet. It seems as if it is possible to essentially send the funds "to myself" via transaction from non-hardware wallet account to my hardware wallet account. Am I correct in utilizing a transaction in this way to secure the funds on my hardware?

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It seems as if it is possible to essentially send the funds "to myself" via transaction from non-hardware wallet account to my hardware wallet account. Am I correct in utilizing a transaction in this way to secure the funds on my hardware?

Yes.

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Yes. Different wallets are like different "accounts" in that you can transfer them around as if they are separate people sending transactions to each other.

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  • This is not quite true. "accounts" are a wallet level feature to group addresses in a wallet. A wallet can have many accounts. Sending from a hardware wallet to a non-hardware wallet are what the user needs to do. – jtgrassie May 1 at 0:31

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