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What happens to my wallet when I only 1000 accounts with 0.0001 ether and the tx-fee is about the same, I can't spend anything anymore?

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Correct. You need to pay transaction fee for each transaction and one transaction can only tranfer assets from one account. Or if the origin account is actually a smart contract then it can transfer to multiple accounts in the same transaction.

Ethereum is not meant for such use - if you need similar (UTXO) functionality you should write a smart contract for handling the assets. Then you simply sends all the assets to the contract and the contract keeps some sort of track of the assets' origins.

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  • Thanks, So assume I have a site and I want to give unique address to each my users that generated by an HD wallet. If per user send a little amount to his/her address, I can't spend them, so bad. Do I need to generate a smart contract to get ether? Does have only one address per smart contract? How do I know which user send ether for me? – Hamid Naghipour Jun 8 at 8:51
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    A contract has one address. If you have further questions please post a new question – Lauri Peltonen Jun 8 at 8:53

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