I've sent Ethereum to my Ethereum Classic address!

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How is this possible?

Ethereum (ETH) and Ethereum Classic (ETC) are two separate currencies. However, the addresses are identical in format, so it's very easy to accidentally send ETH to ETC and vice versa.

If you do this by mistake, your transaction will show confirmations, but your funds will never appear in your wallet. However, don't worry! Your funds are safe and fully retrievable!

We now include the ability to perform cross-chain sweeps automatically without having to manually import and export private keys, which would be a security risk.

Make sure you are on the latest version of Exodus to get access to this functionality:
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Recover Ethereum (ETH) sent to your Ethereum Classic (ETC) Wallet

Here's how to do recover your assets in three simple steps:

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First, navigate to the Ethereum Classic (ETC) section of your wallet.
2
Next, click on the Asset Menu in the upper right hand corner of your wallet. If you don't see the Asset Menu option in your wallet, be sure to update to our latest release.
3
Select the "Sweep for Ethereum" option from your Asset Menu:

Voila! Your Ethereum (ETH) will be moved to your Exodus ETH address, and you will see it in your wallet's balance.


Recover Ethereum Classic (ETC) sent to your Ethereum (ETH) Wallet

Here's how to do recover your assets in three simple steps:

1
First, navigate to the Ethereum (ETH) section of your wallet.
2
Next, click on the Asset Menu in the upper right hand corner of your wallet. If you don't see the Asset Menu option in your wallet, be sure to update to our latest release.
3
Select the "Sweep for ETH Classic" option from your Asset Menu:

That's all there is to it! Your funds will be in their correct location after running this process.


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