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It's not a case of how much is in your wallet, rather how many outputs you own. If you only have 1 output, when you do a transfer, the recipient get's a new output with part of your spend output and you get the rest into a new change output. This answer explains nicely. So this brings us to the question of how to prevent this. There is no way to prevent the ...


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Any transaction (XMR) received has to be 10 blocks old before becoming spendable. New blocks are mined roughly every 2 minutes, so roughly 20 minutes. If the monerod/node you are connected to is not fully synced, your balance will not become spendable until the node is synced past your transactions block + 10. Same problem, if your wallet is having ...


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An integrated address is just a normal address with an embedded payment ID. Thus you use the usual get_balance RPC method, or balance detail CLI command. As they have a payment ID, you can also make use of get_payments (RPC) and payments <PID> (CLI), which will show you any incoming payments made to the address using the provided payment ID. It's ...


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If you want to have multiple Outputs in your wallet you can use the "sweep_all" command in the monero-wallet-cli sweep_all [index=<N1>[,<N2>,...]] [<priority>] [<ring_size>] [outputs=<N>] <address> [<payment_id (obsolete)>] but outputs cannot be larger than 16! example: sweep_all unimportant outputs=16 ...


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