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What I mean:

Alleged example:

I have a wallet "A". This is the main wallet. I want to creat 5 sub-wallets (in real case it will be more than 10.000 sub-wallets) from the main wallet - "AB", "AC", "AD", "AE" and "AF". So i give one sub-wallet address to each of five payers ("AB" to first payers, "AC" to second payers, "AD" to third payers end so on). They transfer coins to it. And i can see all this transfered coins on my main wallet "A" a single sum. So i can manage them from my main wallet "A" without any restrictions or commissions.

Can i do this ? Is there such a possibility? Share info or links to documentation, please. I need it with Ethereum and Bitcoin wallets.

If it possible i need algorithm how to do it in Python 3.7 with Web3 lib.
I have no same code because i don't know is it possible in general for Ethereum and Bitcoin wallets.
I need any info about it and will be appreciate all the help i can get.

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    There's no such thing as sub-wallets in Ethereum. Perhaps you can simulate that functionality with contracts. – Ismael May 17 at 3:21
  • @Ismael , about Ethereum sub-wallets i understand, thanks, but what about Bitcoin sub-wallets ? – Vadim May 17 at 10:40
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    Sorry, I don't know enough about bitcoin, perhaps it is better to ask there bitcoin.stackexchange.com. – Ismael May 17 at 13:33
  • @Ismael , oh , thnx, i didn't know that Bitcoin has separate branch – Vadim May 17 at 13:42

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