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I want to get all my addresses - including the auto-generated "change" addresses - from a running bitcoind somehow.

I haven't been able to do it in a simple way. "getaddressesbyaccount" and all the other API options are only listing the "public" addresses and sometimes few additional ones, but never the already used change addresses. Can I do that somehow?

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listaddressgroupings

I used the command listaddressgroupings from the bitcoin-qt console window and it listed all my addresses. I then looked for one of my old send transactions here:

https://blockchain.info/

And found the change address. It matches one of the addresses in the list.

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    I think you are correct. I will let you know and accept this if this is indeed correct. Commented Apr 6, 2013 at 20:20
  • I did that and there's nothing in my groupings.
    – Colin Dean
    Commented Apr 7, 2013 at 16:33
  • When I use that command, I see every address that I've ever used. Are you sure that the wallet is loaded? It shows other tranactions and non-change addresses? You can find your change addresses by looking up your addresses on blockchain.info
    – Eyal
    Commented Apr 7, 2013 at 18:17
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    This also showed me the balance of each address, which was precisely what I needed. Commented Aug 11, 2015 at 20:28
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    This only shows used addresses in your wallet. The proper command is listreceivedbyaddress 0 true which lists all addresses in your wallet regardless of whether or not they have been used.
    – CR.
    Commented Feb 26, 2022 at 21:29
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You may be able to use pywallet to get these.

Download a more updated version here.

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The proper command is $ bitcoin-cli listreceivedbyaddress 0 true. It will list all addresses in your wallet, regardless of have being used or not

This answer was originally a comment by CR to Eyal's answer

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