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I have 2 wallets. I have about 10 assets (tokens, cnfts) besides ADA in each wallet. I would like to send the assets from one wallet to the other to consolidate them. Can I do this in one transaction?

Thanks!

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Yes you can. A single cardano transaction may contain multiple inputs per address from multiple wallets, so long as the transaction contains a signature for every unique address from which a UTXO is being consumed.

For example, if all of your ADA/assets that you wish to consolidate are spread across 5 UTXO's in a single address, you can create a transaction where all 5 are consumed in 5 TX-inputs, and output to a single UTXO sent to the new wallet. If no change is being sent back to the original wallet/address, such a transaction would contain 5 inputs and one output. This transaction would require only one signature associated with the address whose UTXO's are being consumed. If there are multiple input addresses, you would need a signature from each input address.

I provided an example in this post.

Let me know if you need further clarification or a different example! :)

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  • Wow, thanks. I'm glad this is possible, but it sounds confusing. Would I do this directly from my wallet, or is this done with a CLI tool? Jan 7 at 21:06
  • if you are using a frontend wallet like Yoroi or Daedalus, I don't think there is an option for multi-wallet (batched) transactions. You could however consolidate assets from a single wallet in one transaction by sending all of the assets to a single address on your new wallet. If however you do need to construct multi-wallet transactions, cardano-cli or cardano-wallet would be the way to go.
    – zhekson
    Jan 7 at 21:18
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Are you looking to use a light wallet client or do this using the cardano-cli?

If you’re looking to just get the one time task done, I’d recommend this.

Go to Send -> Input an address -> Input an amount -> Add assets to the same transaction -> Submit.

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