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January 29, 2018, 11:55:28 AM
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Hi. Does anyone know how to send to multiple addresses in one transaction from either a Ledger or blockchain.info wallet? It used to be quite simple to do with bc.info but can't seem to see the option now. Can't find any way to do it on the ledger wallet either.

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January 29, 2018, 12:29:14 PM
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Ledger doesn't have that functionality, and it appears blockchain.info removed that functionality.
You can do it on an Electrum wallet though.
I believe you can connect your Ledger to Electrum.
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January 29, 2018, 12:41:37 PM
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Ledger doesn't have that functionality, and it appears blockchain.info removed that functionality.
You can do it on an Electrum wallet though.
I believe you can connect your Ledger to Electrum.

Wow that sucks. Why the hell have they removed this feature (and ledger didn't even have it in the first place)?  Shocked So now I have to pay high fees to send transactions individually. Pretty lame.
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January 29, 2018, 12:43:16 PM
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Wow that sucks. Why the hell have they removed this feature (and ledger didn't even have it in the first place)?  Shocked So now I have to pay high fees to send transactions individually. Pretty lame.
Yes mate you do have to send it individually but with electrum you can do it.
Since fees now are quite low what you can do is this bc.info / ledger --> electrum --> multiple addresses.


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January 29, 2018, 02:16:14 PM
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What about a trezor wallet? Does that have this functionality?
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January 29, 2018, 02:24:28 PM
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What about a trezor wallet? Does that have this functionality?

I don't have my trezor with me right now, but i'm pretty sure trezor's web wallet doesn't have paytomany functionality either... Same answer as the ledger,  basically: use a compatible desktop wallet like electrum, couple it to your trezor, use the pay to many functionality from electrum while signing the transaction on your trezor.

EDIT: after reading ranochigo's post, seems like my memory isn't as good as i tought it was

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January 29, 2018, 02:27:34 PM
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Yes mate you do have to send it individually but with electrum you can do it.
You can just use the Ledger with Electrum, no need to send anything and just set it up and use it directly.
What about a trezor wallet? Does that have this functionality?
Yes. Their web interface do allow this functionality.

By any means, Ledger is capable of signing raw transactions so its not impossible for anyone to do it. Electrum is far more user friendly than any hardware wallet interface that I've seen.

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February 03, 2018, 09:09:30 AM
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Hi. Does anyone know how to send to multiple addresses in one transaction from either a Ledger or blockchain.info wallet? It used to be quite simple to do with bc.info but can't seem to see the option now. Can't find any way to do it on the ledger wallet either.
Thanks in advance.
Both of blockchain.info and Ledger did not support the multiple addresses in one transaction feature.
you can send it indirectly using some wallets like electrum (BIP39).
From blockchain.info (get your blockchain.info seed "from Security Center then Backup Phrase ") you can enter your seeds into electrum wallet.
Ledger follow this

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