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Use the parameter: --wallet-file <file name here>. E.g. monero-wallet-cli --wallet-file MyWallet (assuming you have a wallet file named "MyWallet" in the current working directory)


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Bitcoin's HD (hierarchical deterministic) wallets use subsequent addresses derived from your private key / seed to send your change to and improve privacy a bit. You can still follow the funds and determine eg. from spending patterns or known destinations what actually was the spending amount(s) and what the change. Monero's design focussed on mandatory ...


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The command to view the properties is the set command. You can access it like this: ./monero-wallet-cli --daemon-host XMR_NODE --wallet-file WALLET_FILE \ --password 'XXXXX' set To set a property, you just run the following: set ask-password 0


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