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The Monero wallets, from v0.15, will no longer allow transfers with an unencrypted payment ID. No coins will be lost in an attempt to use these unencrypted payment IDs; the sending wallet will simply report an error explaining that unencrypted payment IDs are bad for privacy and abort the transfer. The short, encrypted payment IDs can still be used (such ...


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Is it possible to send from integrated to standard address? Yes, of course. You simply send from the wallet you created the integrated address. This is because funds aren't technically sent from an address, they are set from a wallet that previously received funds. ...the site i want to send from uses a 64-bit integrated address Integrated addresses ...


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Encrypted payment IDs are 8 bytes (16 hex chars).


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If your exchange allows you to input a payment ID somewhere, they should be dealing with it appropriately. This means they should ensure it is the correct length / format and they should set it on the transaction correctly. When you executed the transfer, the exchange should also have given you a transaction ID which you can search for on a blockchain ...


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