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To send ada with cardano-wallet cli, you can do

cardano-wallet transaction create <WALLET_ID> --payment <AMOUNT>@<ADDRESS>

But there is no documentation on how to send native assets.

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Please refere this API documentation for cardano-wallet https://input-output-hk.github.io/cardano-wallet/api/edge/#operation/constructTransaction The

{
  "transaction": "string",
  "coin_selection": {
    "inputs": [
      {
        "address": "addr1sjck9mdmfyhzvjhydcjllgj9vjvl522w0573ncustrrr2rg7h9azg4cyqd36yyd48t5ut72hgld0fg2xfvz82xgwh7wal6g2xt8n996s3xvu5g",
        "amount": {
          "quantity": 42000000,
          "unit": "lovelace"
        },
        "assets": [
          {
            "policy_id": "65ab82542b0ca20391caaf66a4d4d7897d281f9c136cd3513136945b",
            "asset_name": "",
            "quantity": 0
          }
        ],
        "id": "1423856bc91c49e928f6f30f4e8d665d53eb4ab6028bd0ac971809d514c92db1",
        "derivation_path": [
          "1852H"
        ],
        "index": 0
      }
    ],
    "outputs": [
      {
        "address": "addr1sjck9mdmfyhzvjhydcjllgj9vjvl522w0573ncustrrr2rg7h9azg4cyqd36yyd48t5ut72hgld0fg2xfvz82xgwh7wal6g2xt8n996s3xvu5g",
        "amount": {
          "quantity": 42000000,
          "unit": "lovelace"
        },
        "assets": [
          {
            "policy_id": "65ab82542b0ca20391caaf66a4d4d7897d281f9c136cd3513136945b",
            "asset_name": "",
            "quantity": 0
          }
        ]
      }
    ],...

In the above example given on the page, the native assets are included in the transactions.

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    it is for the REST api, right? As far as I understand, cli is a wrapper on top of the api. But it is unclear how to do the same from cardano-wallet cli with cardano-cli, you can do cardano-cli transaction build --tx-out <ADDRESS>+<AMOUNT>+"<TOKEN_AMOUNT> <POLICY_ID>.<TOKEN_NAME>" Oct 22, 2021 at 0:49
  • This does not answer the question of how to do it with the cli
    – Mark
    Oct 20, 2022 at 22:21

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