You can use
btcposbal2csv.py script to export the list to CSV.
To get current addresses with positive balance, let the full node client sync with the network. Stop the bitcoin-core client before running this utility. If you not stop the client, the database might get corrupted.
Then run this program with path to chainstate directory (usually
For example, the following will read from
~/.bitcoin/chainstate, and write result to
./btcposbal2csv.py /home/USER/.bitcoin/chainstate /home/USER/addresses_with_balance.csv
- That the output may not be complete as there are some transactions which are not understood by the decoding lib, or that which do not have "address" at all. Such transactions are not processed. Number of them and the total ammount is displayed after the analysis.
- The output csv file only reflects the chainstate leveldb at your disk. So it will always be few blocks behind the network as you need to stop the bitcoin-core client.