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I would like to generate 10000 btc address and save it as csv file on my computer to be uploaded it on my server. I hope anyone can help me find the solution. Thanks in advanced!

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Maybe a hacky way, but you can export the xpub/zpub to electrum and do it there with a bit of Python.

Another option would be to use the same public key with this website that seems to be able to generates a CSV of addresses: https://iancoleman.io/bip39/

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  • My Wasabi xpub was not accepted on iancoleman.io/bip39 and it only accepts root keys or mnemonic word conversion. – Mr_Zest May 25 at 14:19
  • bummer. well, for sure electrum would let you do it (I've done it myself). worth a try. and the console is basically a python REPL so you can get it to spit out a CSV probably – pox May 25 at 17:12
  • Thanks for the help. :) – Mr_Zest May 25 at 23:34
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I think this doc will be helpful. https://docs.wasabiwallet.io/FAQ/FAQ-UseWasabi.html#what-derivation-paths-does-wasabi-use

Wasabi follows BIP 84: Derivation scheme for P2WPKH Based Accounts, so the main path is m/84'/0'/0'. On TestNet and RegTest Wasabi uses m/84'/0'/0', and not the standard m/84'/1'/0'. Due to the CoinJoin implementation, the key depth can be rather large, thus when recovering the gap limit should be elevated to at least 100.

And here are all the BIPs Wasabi supports: https://docs.wasabiwallet.io/using-wasabi/BIPs.html

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