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February 12, 2016, 11:32:33 AM
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-----BEGIN BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
There is a new release of MultiBit HD at:
https://multibit.org

Version 0.2.0

This contains the following features:
+ Buy/ Sell bitcoin using Glidera
+ Atom/RSS news alerts of multibit.org blog articles
+ Various bug fixes
+ Localisation update

Bitcoin signing:
This message text (starting with "There is a new release" and ending with "Jim")
is Bitcoin signed with the https://multibit.org donation address.

SHA256 hashes for files:
a12f6f073e10cf790a0f7eec7ce5c16acbf2341e42bf8e23f95c847c754502a5  multibit-hd-macos-0.2.0.dmg
469a551dec9cb9fbe4f29c85e847b1ff35d88bf24b2b2029c0ce37149f69bfc4  multibit-hd-macos-0.2.0.dmg.asc
ec16f4fec4b28aca4b3fab357d7e18654c5bd2ebf46834c3da8a19fd1c95b526  multibit-hd-unix-0.2.0.sh
019b4286466733166b6fbd4756c58348537b18047fb24419884468b02e622cab  multibit-hd-unix-0.2.0.sh.asc
47aca4d6ade4d176f3a3b3d07eb4987bf0cf82dff2f1a63bb586f37e7d9e2e3b  multibit-hd-windows-0.2.0.exe
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9e2433b7c7436155ad9c6384fc1df3a442a869e646f9262eb5327e6456f483aa  multibit-hd-windows-x64-0.2.0.exe
bebf5bd618dfb0a7bbdd0b9f9349d75c239db8bbe0dc57508474c3c19ba6ce1f  multibit-hd-windows-x64-0.2.0.exe.asc

PGP signing:
You can verify the PGP signatures by installing gpg and importing the key id 0x79F7C572
from http://pgp.mit.edu. The files are signed with the subkey with id 0x23F7FB7B.

Jim
-----BEGIN BITCOIN SIGNATURE-----
Version: MultiBit 0.5.19
Address: 1AhN6rPdrMuKBGFDKR1k9A8SCLYaNgXhty

G/17RlYcrUQm5jc2DdrB7V8x7CNwdV+4LL7HBt2EkkXoSwOTb00wEIYQhJQp+qEP4EzzSZwWhvj6qyXhPeuFFqo=
-----END BITCOIN SIGNATURE-----

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February 14, 2016, 05:36:23 PM
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I upgraded to 0.2.0 version today. After updating all my transactions become unknown transaction status. MultiBit is online. How I can fix it?

PS: After repairing wallet part of transactions are okay and other part still have unknown status. On blockchain all transactions are confirmed.
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February 15, 2016, 02:33:34 PM
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Is your balance all confirmed ?

If so, then I think this is a relatively benign bug that I thought I'd fixed.
Bitcoinj (the library behind MultiBit) has added a feature that wallets can purge transaction data after a set time (to stop the wallet getting too big).

I have switched this off but I think this is what you are seeing.

If your balance is all confirmed then you don't HAVE to do anything.
You can try restoring a previous backup (from just before you upgraded) as that should tidy up your wallet.
Have a look at:
https://multibit.org/en/help/hd0.2/restore-wallet.html


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February 15, 2016, 03:43:23 PM
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I try to understand. I tried 5 times repair wallet. When repairing finished each time part of balance is canfirmed and part is not confirmed because some transactions have unknown status in MultiBit HD. Each repairing differen amount conformed. So there is no doubt MultiBit HD 0.2.0 has very serious bug (cannot get correct transaction data)
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February 15, 2016, 04:10:59 PM
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Hi jim618,

I am having the same problem. I repaired my wallet and my bitcoins are still showing unconfirmed even though they are confirmed in the blockchain. I tried restoring the wallet from multiple dates and each time the last 4000 blocks can't finish. Any other advice to fix it?
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February 15, 2016, 04:29:29 PM
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If you are able to set the replay date you must be using an old version of MultiBit Classic.
This functionality is not available in the latest code as it causes problems.

Update to the latest version of MultiBit Classic (https://multibit.org/releases/multibit-classic/) and try doing a Tools | Reset blockchain and transactions



Note to MultiBit Classic users:
Because the default network fee went up ten times a few months ago old versions of MultiBit Classic DO NOT ADD ENOUGH MINERS' FEE.
You've got to use the latest code to avoid problems sending your bitcoin.

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February 15, 2016, 04:31:25 PM
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Hi jim618,

I am having the same problem. I repaired my wallet and my bitcoins are still showing unconfirmed even though they are confirmed in the blockchain. I tried restoring the wallet from multiple dates and each time the last 4000 blocks can't finish. Any other advice to fix it?

Sorry might have misunderstood your text.
Just let the sync complete - the last few blocks typically take longer.

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February 15, 2016, 04:49:52 PM
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Is two hours too long?
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February 15, 2016, 05:17:15 PM
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Is two hours too long?

If you have a reasonable network that sounds long.
Check that your time on your computer is set correctly - if it's wrong it confuses things

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February 15, 2016, 05:20:20 PM
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The time is set correctly. Is there any way I could download the last version of Bitcoin HD and restore my wallet from that?
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February 15, 2016, 07:57:45 PM
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I got the wallet to restore and it still is showing my whole balanced as unconfirmed.
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February 15, 2016, 08:13:01 PM
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If you are able to set the replay date you must be using an old version of MultiBit Classic.
This functionality is not available in the latest code as it causes problems.
But how to transfer wallet from MultiBit HD to MUltiBit classic?
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February 16, 2016, 11:14:14 AM
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@chemodan @alexfront

Probably the best thing to do is clone your wallet in another HD compliant wallet.
You can use Lighthouse (http://www.vinumeris.com/lighthouse) as the wallet words are compatible.

Then if you don't mind 'burning' (i.e. never using again) the wallet it would be useful to me if one of you:
+ emptied your wallet
+ sent me your wallet words and datestamp in a PM

That way I can restore your wallet on my machine and see if I see the same behaviour.
Obviously if you do this I can see your transactions and you need to make sure there are no bitcoins in that wallet.


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February 16, 2016, 11:27:14 AM
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@chemodan @alexfront

Probably the best thing to do is clone your wallet in another HD compliant wallet.
You can use Lighthouse (http://www.vinumeris.com/lighthouse) as the wallet words are compatible.
The link isn't working. Where else I can download Lighthouse or any other compliant wallet?
Then if you don't mind 'burning' (i.e. never using again) the wallet it would be useful to me if one of you:
+ emptied your wallet
+ sent me your wallet words and datestamp in a PM

That way I can restore your wallet on my machine and see if I see the same behaviour.
Obviously if you do this I can see your transactions and you need to make sure there are no bitcoins in that wallet.


Sure I will send you. I'd like to understand what happened yet
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February 16, 2016, 01:46:18 PM
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You can use Breadwallet on iOS I believe.

On Android I think the Schildbach wallet will work.

HD compatibility is a bit complicated, have a look here for more details:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1000544.0

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February 16, 2016, 03:03:14 PM
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Schildbach did not work and I tried Coinomi and it restored it but showed I had no balance. Any help with that?
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February 16, 2016, 04:19:20 PM
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You can use Breadwallet on iOS I believe.

On Android I think the Schildbach wallet will work.

HD compatibility is a bit complicated, have a look here for more details:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1000544.0
Thanks. I need for Windows or Linux. Is there is any other HD compliant wallet except of Lighthouse for Windows or Ubuntu?
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February 16, 2016, 06:27:52 PM
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I lost over 11 BTC with the bug. Nobody can helps on the forum. Where are MultiBit developers?

PS: I will pay 20% of 11 BTC if everybody can helps to repair my balance
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February 16, 2016, 08:21:54 PM
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@chemodan

This whole thread is people trying to help you.
I am one of the MultiBit developers.
As long as you have your seed / wallet words you can recreate your private keys and addresses so you haven't lost your bitcoin.

You messaged me a transaction id.
The transaction is unconfirmed (as I type) because . . . it hasn't got into a block yet.
It's as simple as that.
If you look at https://tradeblock.com/bitcoin you'll see that the blocks are all pretty much full.

You've paid about 15 satoshi per byte for that transaction, whereas if you look at https://bitcoinfees.21.co you see that you need over 3 times as much (50 satoshi per byte) to get a quick confirmation.


There are lots of tools in bitcoin to see what is happening with transactions, propagation, fees etc.

As I posted before, HD compatibility is a bit complicated but if you read the compatibility thread I posted before there is an Excel compatibility chart. (https://onedrive.live.com/view.aspx?resid=584F122BA17116EE!313&app=Excel)
In that it looks like your best compatibility, now that Lighthouse is unavailable, is Hive and Breadwallet.
Hive is no longer actively supported but the binaries are still available I believe.


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February 16, 2016, 08:35:24 PM
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@jim618 thank you very much for trying to help. About the transaction I showed you. I sent it today. A transaction I sent after already fully confirmed. But this transaction is still not and in MultiBit HD it has unknown status. So I think the long confirmation is interrelated to the bug of MultiBit HD we duscuss here
As long as you have your seed / wallet words you can recreate your private keys and addresses so you haven't lost your bitcoin.
But only in HD compatible wallets. Right?
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