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I have a large number of Ethereum wallets with small amounts of ERC-20 tokens in each. How can I send all of these tokens to a single ethereum wallet without doing this process manually? (it would take a long time)

  • Is this a recurring situation or a one-time effort? Does "large" mean hundreds or thousands? – Lucian Boca May 10 '18 at 7:50
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I'm betting that it might be faster to do it manually than trying to automate a process that you might only do once anyway.

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  • Not sure how long it would take to automate this but it might be worth the investment if I can easily adapt it for use in the future. Right now it would take about 30-40 hours of manual labor to do this. I'm thinking of hiring someone to do this since each wallet has a small amount of funds and have them send the funds to a wallet that only I hold the private keys to. I could slowly release more private keys to them once it's confirmed that they sent the funds from the addresses as promised. When developers air drop a token do they manually execute each transaction? – EhEth Nov 22 '17 at 13:04
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You have to do that manually. Even if you create a script, you are going to need to add manually all your private keys to be able to sign transfer transactions.

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  • Why can't the script access the private keys? I have a spreadsheet of private and public keys. – EhEth Nov 22 '17 at 12:59
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    Since you already have the private keys, you can do a javascript script and use geth to do the job for you. You are going to need ethereumjs-accounts and use web3ethsendrawtransactionweb3ethsendrawtransaction – Luiz Soares Nov 22 '17 at 13:55

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