Swan allows you to use your wallet's extended public key to upload 500 addresses at once. This is an advanced feature. If you are new to Bitcoin, please connect a single address first. To find instructions on how to find your extended public key for your specific wallet, please see our article “Where do I find the extended public key of my wallet?”
In order to actually upload 500 addresses at once to your Swan account complete the following steps:
1.) Login to your Swan account.
2.) Scroll down to the first blue section of the bottom of your dashboard that reads “Auto-withdraw every ___ to ___.” Click on the last blank space. (Note, you can also add extended public key addresses by clicking the "Withdraw Now" module lower in the dashboard). *Note: If you want to test a small transaction first, you can use the same steps as above, but do a "manual withdrawal". Manual withdrawals are found on your dashboard under "Withdraw Now".
3.) In the next popup select the link that says "Add another wallet"
4.) In the “Connect Your Wallet” pop-up, select the “Connect Multiple Addresses” button.
5.) Name your wallet in the box on the left below, and paste your extended public key in the box to the right. Read here for where to find your wallet's extended public key. Once you’ve named your wallet and pasted your wallet's extended public key, click “Validate Addresses” in the yellow box below.
6.) You will see a page pop up (below) that asks you to put in the last 6 digits of your address #0. To plug in your last 6 digits and confirm, click "receive" in your wallet. This should generate the first address in the sequence. After putting in the last 6 digits, click "Connect Wallet" at the bottom of the screen.
Further withdrawals will take place to the Bitcoin addresses generated from your extended public key. One Swan withdrawal will be sent in order to each address, starting with the first and continuing without repeat up to the 500 addresses we stored. We do not and cannot skip addresses. If an address in that list has already been used, then, unfortunately, it will be reused.