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June 29, 2016, 10:36:13 PM
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So I recently purchased roughly .025 mBTC off of Indacoin and had them sent to my empty Electrum Wallet. My Electrum wallet is now telling me I have 26 BTC. No, not .26, but 26 whole Bitcoins. I know that's not true because I checked the block chain and it still shows the transaction being .025. But now I have no way to know what my actual account balance is and when I sent out the .025 btc to a different wallet it is entering this other wallet as only .0000229 btc, yet my Electrum wallet seems to be completely empty now? Can anyone please tell me what is going on and how I can fix it? I'm literally just pouring money down the drain at this point. This issue has happened to me once before and I have already tried re downloading the client and getting a new wallet.
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June 29, 2016, 11:19:02 PM
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So I recently purchased roughly .025 mBTC off of Indacoin and had them sent to my empty Electrum Wallet. My Electrum wallet is now telling me I have 26 BTC. No, not .26, but 26 whole Bitcoins. I know that's not true because I checked the block chain and it still shows the transaction being .025. But now I have no way to know what my actual account balance is and when I sent out the .025 btc to a different wallet it is entering this other wallet as only .0000229 btc, yet my Electrum wallet seems to be completely empty now? Can anyone please tell me what is going on and how I can fix it? I'm literally just pouring money down the drain at this point. This issue has happened to me once before and I have already tried re downloading the client and getting a new wallet.

This probably belongs in the electrum section, but what units do you have it set to in electrum?

Can you provide the transaction IDs?
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June 29, 2016, 11:31:12 PM
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Sorry I'm new to the forums. My mistake.

Transaction ID with which I first received my bitcoins: 14011d6e5d57f45c9ce5ea1a318b0da30cd253763b17a4cbb1c3e50e3c90a75b

Transaction ID after attempting to send out bitcoins: 131142ef9c35efb7b91a33a1862a4c74e0d6ac2035b3e436d5d1c43a1c4d449a
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June 29, 2016, 11:43:31 PM
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So I recently purchased roughly .025 mBTC off of Indacoin and had them sent to my empty Electrum Wallet. My Electrum wallet is now telling me I have 26 BTC. No, not .26, but 26 whole Bitcoins. I know that's not true because I checked the block chain and it still shows the transaction being .025. But now I have no way to know what my actual account balance is and when I sent out the .025 btc to a different wallet it is entering this other wallet as only .0000229 btc, yet my Electrum wallet seems to be completely empty now? Can anyone please tell me what is going on and how I can fix it? I'm literally just pouring money down the drain at this point. This issue has happened to me once before and I have already tried re downloading the client and getting a new wallet.

This probably belongs in the electrum section, but what units do you have it set to in electrum?

Can you provide the transaction IDs?

they are set to mBTC. The ID's are above
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June 30, 2016, 12:04:31 AM
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to what address did you send the bitcoins to? was it 1Nwa1vfh5k6rwnQdgw5FLh85PjnRyCw1FR ?  that looks like the real destination and the rest went to change address.

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