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In short, no it's not possible. A transaction can only have one sender which is the private key used to sign it. You'll have to send all ETH to the same address first, so in total 3 transactions.


Ethereum commonly uses m/44'/60'/0'/0/0, but you can use other derivation paths. Using a BIP-49 or BIP-84 (segwit) derivation path works just like normal, assuming that you have an application that can derive Ethereum addresses from one of those paths. In the end, you still have a normal Ethereum address where you can send ETH to.

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