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June 07, 2011, 03:39:13 PM
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I'm sure I'm doing something wrong but I have yet to see a transaction in my account. I started mining a few days back only, I'm only up to 1.8 BTC and the threshold is set at 1.0. I had installed only the GUIminer at the beginning and had it running, today only I installed Bitcoin 0.3.22 just to see if anything is being delivered to my wallet.

I did noticed that another transaction address has been provided to me when I first launched Bitcoin, so now I'm not sure which one to use.

A little help would be appreciated and please go easy on the dummy.


UPDATE: I received the payment!
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June 07, 2011, 03:42:38 PM
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You can have many transaction addresses connected to the same wallet.

If you haven't run the bitcoin client for very long, your transactions will not show up until you get to the blocks they are contained in. How many blocks have you downloaded?

You can look up your address (that you are having mined coins sent to) in the block explorer to see if any transactions have been made to it.

http://blockexplorer.com/
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June 07, 2011, 03:54:35 PM
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  This is when I'm searching my address on the page you linked to. Exactly how many blocks have I contributed to, I don't know, I can tell you that the confirmed reward is 1.81BTC, with another 0.43 unconfirmed.


  First seen?: Never used on the network (as far as I can tell)
    Received transactions: 0
    Received BTC: 0
    Sent transactions: 0
    Sent BTC: 0
    Hash160?: d997d611c8a4113c494fd9fbc398da7dd3dfc35d
    Public key?:
    Unknown (not seen yet)

Ledger?

Note: While the last "balance" is the accurate number of bitcoins available to this address, it is likely not the balance available to this person. Every time a transaction is sent, some bitcoins are usually sent back to yourself at a new address (not included in the Bitcoin UI), which makes the balance of a single address misleading. See the wiki for more info on transactions.
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June 17, 2011, 07:10:20 PM
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  This is when I'm searching my address on the page you linked to. Exactly how many blocks have I contributed to, I don't know, I can tell you that the confirmed reward is 1.81BTC, with another 0.43 unconfirmed.


  First seen?: Never used on the network (as far as I can tell)
    Received transactions: 0
    Received BTC: 0
    Sent transactions: 0
    Sent BTC: 0
    Hash160?: d997d611c8a4113c494fd9fbc398da7dd3dfc35d
    Public key?:
    Unknown (not seen yet)

Ledger?

Note: While the last "balance" is the accurate number of bitcoins available to this address, it is likely not the balance available to this person. Every time a transaction is sent, some bitcoins are usually sent back to yourself at a new address (not included in the Bitcoin UI), which makes the balance of a single address misleading. See the wiki for more info on transactions.

Since your problem is resolved, are you able to see your history now on http://blockexplorer.com/ ?  Because i do have a balance, but if i put my address on the blockexplorer.com i have the same output from it as you did...
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