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February 19, 2018, 07:28:18 PM
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I tried all options, read all google guides, checked out Exodus website. If there is no possibility to create a new Ethereum wallet , how to create a new Exodus wallet, just like in Electrum if this is possible ? Thanks in advance for your help.

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February 19, 2018, 08:03:08 PM
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As far as I'm aware, Exodus does not support multiple wallet files for one instance (unlike Electrum)... So, there is no way to specify a new wallet file location etc. Unless there is an undocumented "-datadir"-like commandline option that I'm not aware of.

However, I've found a slightly "hackish" way of doing it... basically... enable the developer options menu (ctrl+shift+d), then under "Exodus -> Developer -> Data Folder -> Open Data Folder" and find the location of your data folder... On Windows 10, this appears to be "%appdata%/roaming":

ie. "C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming"

The folder locations for the specific OSes are listed here:
Mac: Hard Drive > Users > YOUR-USERNAME > Library > Application Support > Exodus
To get here, open finder, and press Command + Shift + G. Copy and Paste this into the Go To Folder text field:   ~/Library/Application Support/


Windows: C: > Users > YOUR-USERNAME > AppData > Roaming > Exodus
( Windows users may need to  show hidden files to access this folder. )


Linux: home > YOUR-USERNAME > .config > Exodus

You'll see an "exodus" folder... and inside that, a folder labelled "exodus.wallet". If you shutdown Exodus, and then rename that wallet folder (for instance: "exodus.wallet" -> "exodus.wallet.OLD") and then restart Exodus, it will generate a new "exodus.wallet" folder with new wallets/addresses etc.

Then, when you want to go back to the original wallet, shut down Exodus, rename "exodus.wallet" -> "exodus.wallet.NEW" and rename "exodus.wallet.OLD" -> "exodus.wallet"... and then restart Exodus... it will load up your original wallet with your original addresses.

NOTE: I have NOT tested this with any Exodus wallets holding coins... I accept no responsibility for any funds lost by messing with wallet folders! Tongue


Other than this process, the only other things I could think of would be running Exodus under another user profile on your OS, or run it in a VM or something like that.

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February 19, 2018, 08:12:03 PM
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Hahahaha, it worked, and a well deserved merit for you. Luckily for me I emptied all the funds and converted them to BTC before doing what you told and it worked perfectly on Windows 10. I guess I have to edit my Claymore miner now to add this new address, meanwhile before doing that I also exported the old ethereum address where I am waiting for some tokens. Thanks a lot.

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