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If you use CTRL-Shift-D to open the Developer Menu in the Exodus wallet, you can go under Developer|Assets and select your crypto and then choose the "Export Address" function. This saves a csv file for you that lists the internal "HD" addresses for which you have private keys. If you've done a few transactions, receiving and sending, you'll have a few of these addresses that still have some amount in them.

When you tell Exodus that you want to send some of that crypto to another address, it will follow a strategy of selecting those addresses in some kind of order in order to get a total which is greater than the sending amount. I'm trying to find out in what order the Exodus wallet will choose those addresses.

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