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How do I send the etheruem I mined? Let's say I mined some etheruem. How do I send it to coinbase so I can sell it? I use Geth. (GPU)

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You can send mined ether in the same way that you send received ether. Assuming you run this on the node where you're running your geth instance, start a geth console using this command (same for Windows/Command prompt, macOS, Linux flavours):

geth console # I assume geth is in your path

Then, in the geth console, run this:

eth.sendTransaction({from:eth.coinbase, to:COINBASE_ADDRESS, value: web3.toWei(AMOUNT, "ether")})

This sends AMOUNT ETH (or ETC) to the address provided to you by Coinbase at COINBASE_ADDRESS. You will be prompted to enter your Ethereum account password if you have one. I'm assuming you didn't start geth with the --etherbase argument; if you did, then you'll want to replace eth.coinbase above with your Ethereum account address in single quotes ('), including the leading 0x in the address.

  • Well how am I supposed to know how much I have? – TotallyJohnDoe Jul 21 '17 at 20:13
  • You can check your balance using instructions from here: github.com/ethereum/go-ethereum/wiki/Managing-your-accounts . I just realized that by "mined ether", you might mean rewarded by a pool rather than blocks you mined. Can you please edit your original question to reflect that? – lungj Jul 21 '17 at 20:18

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