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November 27, 2017, 03:02:45 AM
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Before I start, I searched the forums twice and also google multiple times.  While I found relevant articles, I cannot find the WHICH and the WHY.

I'm using Exodus (lite wallet/software) for mining rewards.  I've noticed the fees to send BTC are high, mainly due to the many inputs that driving the transaction size up.

Are there other wallets that would be better for mining profits, and why?  Every wallet I've read about seems to say "not good for mining rewards", so which is? 

I do have a Ledger Nano S, but have also read it's not best to use.  What am I missing?
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November 27, 2017, 03:40:44 AM
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The wallet wouldn't matter much.  You'll still have a lot of inputs unless you change your mining behavior.  What you can do is try sending all your BTC to another address you control in 1 transaction when the network mempool is low.  You can use a low transaction fee thus combining all your inputs into a single input so they are ready to spend with a low fee when the time comes.

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