Implemented in PR #3245, moving coins from one wallet to another wallet of yours through coinjoins is possible.
I assume you already have 2 wallets setup in Wasabi. One of them may or may not be a hardware wallet.
Since the feature is not yet released, we’ll proceed with building Wasabi from source code:
1. Get The Requirements
- a) Git: https://git-scm.com/downloads
- b/1) .NET Core 3.1 SDK: https://www.microsoft.com/net/download
- b/2) Optionally disable .NET’s telemetry by typing
export DOTNET_CLI_TELEMETRY_OPTOUT=1on Linux and macOS or
setx DOTNET_CLI_TELEMETRY_OPTOUT 1on Windows.
2. Get Wasabi
git clone https://github.com/zkSNACKs/WalletWasabi.git
3. Mix To Another Wallet
dotnet run -- mix --wallet:MyWallet1 --destination:MyWallet2
dotnet run is what you use to build & run Wasabi,
-- is escaping out the argument list of
dotnet command and tells it to let the software parse the rest of the arguments itself. The software is Wasabi and its command is
MyWallet2 are the names of your wallet files.
You’ll get something like this:
The software stops when it finishes the mix or if you press CTRL+C (CMD+C on macOS) to stop it.
How Does It Work?
Wasabi coinjoins normally until your target anonymity set is reached (default 50.) After that it starts registering outputs to the coinjoins from your destination wallet, thus you are slowly and privately coinjoining your money to your destination wallet.