How do I send Bitcoin and other crypto out of Exodus?

This article is here to help you send your Bitcoin and crypto out of your Exodus wallet!


In this article:


How do I send crypto on the Web3 Wallet?

You can send crypto from your Web3 Wallet, on Ethereum, Solana, and other supported networks.

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Open the Exodus Web3 Wallet and a) click on the Wallet icon, then b) click Send.

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From the list of tokens, click on the asset that you want to send.

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Here a) enter the recipient's address, then;b) enter the amount you want to send and c) click Continue.

You can set custom fees for ETH and all ERC20 tokens. For more information, visit: How do I set custom Ethereum network fees?

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Confirm your transaction details and click Send.

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Your transaction has been sent! To exit this screen, click OK.

Your transaction may take some time to confirm before you see it in the destination platform. How long it takes depends on the transaction fee and how much traffic there is on the network.


Desktop tutorial video: How to send crypto on Exodus Desktop


How do I send crypto on Desktop?

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First, a) click on the Wallet icon and then b) select the asset you want to send.

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Next, if the asset you're sending is supported on multiple networks, a) click the dropdown menu and b) select the network to send your asset on.

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Paste in the address you want to send your crypto to.

Just like traditional bank transfers, Exodus needs the address you want to send to. This address is similar to a bank account number. You can request a receive address from the person you want to send your crypto to.

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You can also scan a QR code with the recipient address or invoice either from your webcam or from your desktop by clicking the QR code button and selecting where to scan from.

Triple-check that the address is correct! Transactions on the blockchain are irreversible.

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Optional, you can enter a personal note to make it easier to remember this transaction in the future. For Bitcoin, Ethereum, and ERC20 tokens, you can enter a custom network fee for a cheaper transaction. Click on the cog symbol in the top left for this option.

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Next, type the amount you want to send. Exodus lets you send in the blockchain unit or you can enter an amount of fiat currency value and Exodus does the conversion to crypto for you. Then click Send.

The minimum amount of Bitcoin you can send is 0.00006001 BTC.

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Exodus will then confirm again that you have entered the correct details. If all looks good, click the Send button.

Once sent, your transaction has been broadcasted to the network and Exodus will tell you your transaction was successful.

If your crypto has not arrived at the destination straight away, please be patient as your transaction may take time to confirm depending on network congestion before you see it in your receiving service.


Mobile tutorial video: How to send crypto on Exodus Mobile


How to send crypto on Mobile:

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Open Exodus and tap the Wallet icon in the bottom-left corner. Scroll to find the crypto you’d like to send, and tap on it

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If the asset is supported on multiple networks, a) tap the dropdown menu and b) select the network to send your asset on.

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Tap the outbound arrow button on the left side of your wallet.

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You can enter how much you would like to send by tapping under where it says Enter amount.

The minimum amount of Bitcoin you can send is 0.00006001 BTC.

You can type in an amount in fiat value by tapping the fiat name to the top right of the keyboard.

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Tap on the Tap to paste address field to paste the address you'd like to send to.

Just like traditional bank transfers, Exodus needs the address you want to send to. This address is similar to a bank account number. You can request a receive address from the person you want to send your crypto to.

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Or, you can use the QR reader by tapping on the QR icon to the right of the send field.

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Or, to manually enter an address, tap and hold the Tap to paste address field to pull up a keyboard.

When manually inputting an address, be sure to double-check that the address you entered is identical to the address you want to send to. Funds sent to an incorrect address are not recoverable. Blockchain transactions are also not reversible or refundable.

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Optional, you can type in a short personal note to make it easier to remember this transaction in the future. For Bitcoin, Ethereum, and ERC20 tokens, you can enter a custom network fee for a cheaper transaction. Tap on the Advanced button above the address input.

Then type in your note, set your fee, and tap Confirm.

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Then tap Send.

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Review your transaction. If it all looks good, slide the arrow to send your crypto.

Double-check that the address is correct! Transactions on the blockchain are irreversible.

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If your wallet is secured with a passcode, TouchID or FaceID, you will need to authenticate before your funds are sent!

Once sent, your transaction has been broadcasted to the network and Exodus will tell you your transaction was successful.

If your crypto has not arrived at the destination straight away, please be patient as your transaction may take time to confirm depending on network congestion before you see it in your receiving service.


How do I send crypto on Trezor?

These instructions work for any blockchain asset that Exodus and Trezor support. In this example, we will send Bitcoin on the Trezor model T.

Receiving and sending funds on Trezor is only fully supported on Exodus Desktop. Although you can view your Trezor balance on Exodus mobile, sending is not supported. For more information, visit: Trezor on Exodus Mobile

Before you begin, make sure that you choose the correct network to send the asset on.;Before you begin, make sure that the receiving wallet supports the token and network that you are sending. If you are unsure, reach out to the receiving wallet’s support team before sending your funds.

For more information on supported networks in Exodus, see our article: How do I send, receive or exchange an asset that runs on another network?

Let's get started with sending crypto on Trezor.

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First, make sure your Trezor wallet is connected by following our Trezor connection guide.

If your Send button is greyed out, it would indicate that the Trezor is not connected to Exodus or has trouble connecting to Exodus. Please see our troubleshooting guide for help with connection your Trezor.

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Next, select your Trezor portfolio by a) clicking the Settings icon, b) select Portfolios, then c) click your Trezor portfolio.

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a) Click on the Wallet icon, then b) select the asset you want to send and c) click Send.

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Paste in the address you want to send your crypto to.

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You can also scan a QR code with the recipient address or invoice either from your webcam or from your desktop by clicking the QR code button and selecting where to scan from.

Triple-check that the address is correct! Transactions on the blockchain are irreversible.

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Optional, you can a) enter a personal note to make it easier to remember this transaction in the future. For Bitcoin, Ethereum, and ERC20 tokens, you can enter a custom network fee for cheaper transactions by b) clicking on the cog wheel in the upper left-hand corner and c) adjusting the fee slider.

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Next, select the amount you want to send. Exodus lets you send in the a); blockchain unit or you can enter an amount of b); fiat currency value and Exodus does the conversion to crypto for you. You can also choose to c) send Half of your balance or All.; Then click Send.

The minimum amount of Bitcoin you can send is 0.00006001 BTC.

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Exodus will then confirm again that you have entered the correct details. If all looks good, click Send.

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You will then be asked to confirm the details on your Trezor. On your Trezor click the green checkmark.

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Next, to confirm the transaction on your Trezor, press and hold the green button Hold to confirm.

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And that's it! Your Bitcoin has been successfully sent. To return to your wallet, click OK.

To learn more about Trezor in Exodus, visit: Getting started with Exodus and Trezor.


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