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Send Ether and Ethereum Tokens to Multiple Ethereum Addresses In A Single Transaction

To transfer or airdrop Ether and Ethereum tokens to multiple addresses efficiently, one can utilize a service like Bulk Token Sender. This tool simplifies the process, allowing for the distribution of tokens or Ether to numerous recipients in a single transaction. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to use Bulk Token Sender for this purpose:
  1. 1.
    Access the Bulk Token Sender Website: Visit Transfer or Airdrop using Bulk Token Sender to start the process.
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    Connect Your Wallet: On the Bulk Token Sender page, connect your Ethereum wallet. This can typically be done through a wallet extension like MetaMask.
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    Select the Token or Ether to Send: Choose whether you want to send Ether or a specific Ethereum token. If it's a token, you may need to input the contract address of the token.
  4. 4.
    Enter Recipient Addresses and Amounts: List the Ethereum addresses of the recipients and the amount of Ether or tokens each should receive. This can usually be done in a formatted list or by uploading a CSV file.
  5. 5.
    Verify and Approve Transaction: Check all the details to ensure accuracy. You may need to approve the transaction from your wallet, which might include a fee for the token transfer.
  6. 6.
    Execute the Transaction: Once everything is verified and approved, execute the transaction. Bulk Token Sender will distribute the specified amounts of Ether or tokens to the listed addresses in a single transaction.
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    Track the Transaction: After executing the transaction, you can track its progress on the Ethereum blockchain through a block explorer like Etherscan.
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    Completion: Once the transaction is confirmed on the blockchain, the Ether or tokens will have been successfully sent to the multiple addresses.
Remember, while using tools like Bulk Token Sender, it's crucial to ensure you have enough Ether in your wallet to cover the transaction fees, which can vary based on the network's congestion.