Import your Bitcoin Wallet into Electrum

Sometimes when Exodus is having a hard time syncing to the network, for example, when assets have not arrived and balances are not adding up, it may be helpful to import your Exodus wallet into another Bitcoin wallet. This is a great time to install the Electrum Wallet as an insightful tool.

As a first step, export your Exodus BTC wallet transactions. Here is how to do it.

Then, download and install the Electrum Wallet. Make sure Exodus is closed down. Get your 12-word phrase handy (you know, the one which was created when you made your Exodus backup).

Next, start up Electrum on your system. Create a new wallet (name it something like "exodus_wallet"). Click Next.
cbdac7493b3226301366720732f15eaa.pngSelect "Standard Wallet" and click Next:
Select "I already have a seed" and click Next:
9bc7eac8c410018c66a8ccde01383028.pngType in your 12-word phrase from Exodus:
70bfe358051d895753199d010578cf34.pngThen click "Options" and select "BIP39 seed". This will turn on the Next button. Click OK, then the Next button will light up and you can click it:
1d6c52463b4f7f556f57f98e0c934a43.pngLeave this as is and click Next:
Enter a password, and confirm it:
40848f5eb0101d42b3dcc19406538cee.pngThen click Next.

Electrum will create a mirror image wallet of your Exodus wallet, but just for your Bitcoin wallet. Then you'll be waiting for it to synchronize:
dc772fd93cd9f0112a3fa91bb6a6a9c9.pngOnce it's done, then it should show a set of transactions and a balance:

Now you can compare this to your exported transactions and see what the discrepancy is. It's possible that the issue is that your Exodus wallet is just out of sync with the network. This is something a refresh should fix unless there is a problem with your Internet connection.