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What is coin control and where can you get it?

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In the blockchain industry, we call coin control an advanced feature of cryptocurrency wallets that lets you choose which incoming transaction you want to spend and which to leave unspent.

This feature is necessary if you want to escape from a dust attack, an attack on privacy that happens on the bitcoin blockchain.

Perhaps more importantly, you might need coin control to sell bitcoin for fiat. Exchanges check the history of BTC you want to sell with them. To avoid issues and delays in selling, try to deposit coins that you bought from the same exchange. More here

Bitcoin wallets that support coin control

If your bitcoin wallet supports coin control, it means the wallet will let you choose which of your coins you want to spend before you broadcast your transaction.

The coin control feature will show you all your incoming transactions in your wallet that are currently unspent. You will then be able to choose which coins to spend. So for instance, maybe you want to spend only bitcoins that came to your address from a centralized exchange but you want to leave all coins from a decentralized exchange unspent.

Coin Control on a Ledger wallet

On any Ledger device, coin control is easily accessible through the Ledger Live application.

Ledger Live supports coin control in the dialog you go through when sending crypto out. You simply click on “coin control” and then unselect the coins you do not want to include in your transaction.

If you use change addresses, transaction of any size will move all your non-dusted coins from the dusted address.

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