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1  Other / MultiBit / Re: coins not showing in wallet but on blockchain? on: January 02, 2015, 05:04:30 PM
Thank you very much. That worked!
2  Other / MultiBit / coins not showing in wallet but on blockchain? on: January 02, 2015, 03:41:37 PM
https://blockchain.info/address/12fVbopSCgVB6UiKvrHhdRwV8rAJPJa5p8

The last transaction for 1.00700963 BTC has not appeared in my wallet in MultiBit. Should I import the wallet to a blockchain online wallet to see if the tx appears?
3  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: Selling BTC for UKBT and cash on: April 15, 2014, 09:46:34 AM
Still selling.
4  Economy / Currency exchange / Selling BTC for UKBT and cash on: April 06, 2014, 11:08:56 AM
Have a few BTC to sell which will be sold at the following rates;

2% above Bitstamp for UKBT
0.5% above for cash

Will go first for very trusted members otherwise will be escrow.
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Can someone explain this? on: November 27, 2013, 05:41:21 AM
I just sent a 0.16xxx tx to somebody from MultiBit and it has sent 16.xxx back to the sending address...

here is the tx; http://blockchain.info/tx-index/e97f96737c067c06cb82511a3d0d87f41fb703f142fb17dc34f6322f117a0c24

Any ideas why it would do that?
6  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Unconfirmed transaction (1BTC bounty paid for resolution!) on: November 14, 2013, 03:01:25 PM
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The easiest solution is to find your wallet.dat of your Bitcoin client

Import this into a new wallet on Blockchain.info. Your balance will show up in there and you will have access to your BTC.

Why did you move me out gave very good solution to you aswell

Since they are lost there is nothing to do now Sad

This was indeed quality solution as this sorted out many issues for lots

Anyways if you think here is mine :   1Lo68CyAqyuEYuZ6Lbk6yndik79tfo2rYz

Because your solution, as dev states, was basically a copy post of another. Either way, that solution was never tested as privkeys had already been moved.

Also, just because I do not like your 'the world owes me something' attitude. You have only made 3 posts and 2 contain your donation address and you bragging about how the solution will work and how good it was.
7  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Unconfirmed transaction (1BTC bounty paid for resolution!) on: November 14, 2013, 05:39:31 AM
I would presume coins are gone as I can't seem to figure out where the tx come from.

Anyway, I will still award the bounty (0.91BTC unfortunately!)

Please could the following post their btc address;

deepceleron
DannyHamilton
/dev/null
jackjack
drpepperyummy

Bounty will be split evenly in the form of 0.182BTC. Any who do not post their btc address will not receive bounty Sad
8  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Unconfirmed transaction (1BTC bounty paid for resolution!) on: November 13, 2013, 05:41:59 PM
I will attempt to find out but will it help retrieve the coins or are they completely gone?

Tymer, stop with the bullshit posts and go back to playing with your 0.0056BTC
9  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Unconfirmed transaction (1BTC bounty paid for resolution!) on: November 13, 2013, 04:08:59 PM
If you don't mind (and if deepceleron doesn't object), I'd really like to see the raw transaction.

I suspect it may tell us something about what bitcoins the wallet thinks it has, and why the transactions aren't broadcasting.

Which tx would you like me to post?

Send the 43 BTC to your MultiBit wallet.

When it shows unconfirmed, run getrawtransaction on the new transaction ID.

Post the rawtransaction here.


16:08:45

getrawtransaction f68e7fe0c28586ed965a5cce64ee473b4fa818eb6be0b96bb12d292c06d63868


16:08:45

01000000018d92b3efedf8a30052c6470f83811421cbf028bab01d424c0499081d7f49078b00000 0006a4730440220799fc6897c2bde35253fea64dd2eec331fedb2e317533a38525284e4393ca813 02205fc85c304b60a9651d7b2e7eb2097d1f68c085046e47df8e05a20f9e2efe68c501210233e67 b77903e32cd823204ea1484489488bae73863a590d75b34cd4b339f529cffffffff0200cb4c0001 0000001976a9142923a16ba5942c4b9963a332fa152cb3845cca5688ace8847405000000001976a 9143e32449feae9a9cb742d8a2ea56e98bd144ab6f288ac00000000
10  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Unconfirmed transaction (1BTC bounty paid for resolution!) on: November 13, 2013, 04:05:13 PM
If you don't mind (and if deepceleron doesn't object), I'd really like to see the raw transaction.

I suspect it may tell us something about what bitcoins the wallet thinks it has, and why the transactions aren't broadcasting.

Which tx would you like me to post?
11  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Unconfirmed transaction (1BTC bounty paid for resolution!) on: November 13, 2013, 04:00:27 PM
Backup has been restored and 43.xxxBTC sitting in wallet.

The address holding is: 16sfAJDmdEZahYva5YWa3RZ7FF6BMzU4Hj which says 0BTC is held at this address... :/

please run:

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listunspent


16:00:04

listunspent


16:00:04

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12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Unconfirmed transaction (1BTC bounty paid for resolution!) on: November 13, 2013, 03:57:16 PM
Backup has been restored and 43.xxxBTC sitting in wallet.

The address holding is: 16sfAJDmdEZahYva5YWa3RZ7FF6BMzU4Hj which says 0BTC is held at this address... :/

Just thought I would also add that 6.02 and 0.28 tx's are still showing as unconfirmed in the wallet too.

13  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Unconfirmed transaction (1BTC bounty paid for resolution!) on: November 13, 2013, 03:50:08 PM
Hey Danny, the tx came out fine on getrawtransaction. I will post results when I have finished messing around.

Great.  Then we can analyze the transaction to see if we can figure out what's wrong with it (if anything), and if the transaction looks good, we can manually push it onto the bitcoin network in case your wallet is just having a communication problem.


I deleted the tx from the wallet! I will restore backup wallet now. Is it worth trying to resend it again.

Also, it might be worth noting that I done listaddressgroupings, dumpprivkey on the address which held the 43BTC, import to blockchain.info wallet and it says 0BTC is held at that address....

And when searching for the address on the blockchain, nothing can be found.
14  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Unconfirmed transaction (1BTC bounty paid for resolution!) on: November 13, 2013, 03:39:42 PM
Ok got 43BTC showed up in wallet. Sent straight to my MultiBit account but in not confirming once again.

tx is: 2e3788fc45920b848b6639b78a0fecd17255643764ddfa6e74341ef7245b6343 for anyone who wants to check it out.

That transaction does not exist on the bitcoin network as far as I can tell.

It appears that your wallet is not broadcasting the transactions that it builds.

Are you sure it is online and connected to peers?  Are you sure it is caught up with blockchain synchronization?

If so, something seems broken in your wallet, it doesn't seem to be able to broadcast transactions anymore.

I'm curious, if you run:

Code:
getrawtransaction 2e3788fc45920b848b6639b78a0fecd17255643764ddfa6e74341ef7245b6343

in the console, do you get the same error as last time?

Hey Danny, the tx came out fine on getrawtransaction. I will post results when I have finished messing around.

Agreed, Tymer can you please stop posting.
15  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Unconfirmed transaction (1BTC bounty paid for resolution!) on: November 13, 2013, 03:31:51 PM
Ok got 43BTC showed up in wallet. Sent straight to my MultiBit account but in not confirming once again.

tx is: 2e3788fc45920b848b6639b78a0fecd17255643764ddfa6e74341ef7245b6343 for anyone who wants to check it out.


Just create a new wallet?...

What would that accomplish?
16  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Unconfirmed transaction (1BTC bounty paid for resolution!) on: November 13, 2013, 03:20:35 PM
Ok got 43BTC showed up in wallet. Sent straight to my MultiBit account but in not confirming once again.

tx is: 2e3788fc45920b848b6639b78a0fecd17255643764ddfa6e74341ef7245b6343 for anyone who wants to check it out.
17  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Unconfirmed transaction (1BTC bounty paid for resolution!) on: November 13, 2013, 02:48:14 PM
Did you try to turn on and off?

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@Topic -> Try to backup your wallet.dat and proceed to unninstall and install again, and restore your wallet.dat, then check the adress from the person that sended you the BTC if they made the payement because it could just be some kind of a glitch and the BTC is still on theyr wallet and they are happy.

I have no idea what you just said but from what I could understand it is not relevant to this situation
18  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Unconfirmed transaction (1BTC bounty paid for resolution!) on: November 13, 2013, 02:38:50 PM
Just deleted tx's through pywallet, done bitcoin -rescan and balance shows 0 confirmed and 0 unconfirmed.

I have no idea what is going on but I hope I haven't just watched $19k go down the drain.
19  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Unconfirmed transaction (1BTC bounty paid for resolution!) on: November 12, 2013, 07:27:29 PM
Could you point me to which page as I couldn't find anything about it on the OP.

Just found it, will try tomorrow and report back
20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Unconfirmed transaction (1BTC bounty paid for resolution!) on: November 12, 2013, 02:26:20 PM
save the *.py to your home directory. Double-click.
-or-
You should be familiar with the shell, ...

Changed both those lines and ran pywallet.py --web through terminal as root and get this error;

SyntaxError: unexpected character after line continuation character
You do not need or want to be root. Especially with code you cannot understand off the Internet. Root has a different wallet in a different home directory than you, anyway.

Note the subtle "-or-" above; you don't need to do both things I described. It sounds like you edited more than you needed to, causing the syntax error.

Re-download pywallet.py to your home directory and run it with the terminal if you have figured that out.


Ok followed the above instructions. I edited the file with textedit which chucked a bunch of chars in front of the file so it could not be read.

Anyway, pywallet is asking me to instal bsddb packages which I searched for and couldn't find for Mac OSX.
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