Is it possible, in Electrum, to merge wallets, and or do a transfer using multiple wallet keys? I have some dust in a wallet and would like to get it out. I'm hoping I can easily incorporate it into another payment.

Given the sum of the dust, this is primarily a curiosity. I know it's possible in the protocol, but wondering whether there's a high level way, or even a command-line way.

  • The second screenshot in this answer : bitcoin.stackexchange.com/a/99819 shows a window to specify all private keys to import in a new wallet on Electrum. Once you have all the addresses in a wallet, can easily create a transaction to use associated UTXOs in a transaction.
    – user103136
    Commented Apr 14, 2021 at 18:22

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You could export the private keys from all the wallets you wish to send from, save them to a file. (Wallet->Private keys->Export (to .csv) , open in Excel and copy the private_key column to a new file)

Build a new wallet with imported private keys on Electrum (File->New/Restore->[+] Import Bitcoin Addresses or private keys)

The new wallet would contain all addresses you wish to spend from

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