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December 30, 2016, 06:06:41 PM
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Hello gang,

Kinda freaked out at the moment. I recently installed Multibit wallet on my computer and transferred all my coins out of Coinbase into it about 2 days ago. Everything looked great and confirmed that night. All the confirmations went through.
However, now this morning I awoke to witness all confirmed transactions to unconfirmed. I do have a ton of back ups if anyone is wondering.

It states 0 Bitcoins to the left and the amount of bitcoins to the right unconfirmed. Any ideas of what happened?
Should i restore an earlier back up?

Sorry for if this questions has been asked before but I was unable to locate what the cause would be.

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December 30, 2016, 06:24:02 PM
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It probably has trouble syncing since you don't have the blockchain stored on your computer yourself.
I'd just wait a bit, or look up one of the transactions on a blockchain explorer and see if it is confirmed.

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December 30, 2016, 06:28:51 PM
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More and more people are getting this problem, I see. Have you tried "Repair wallet" and/or "Verify network"?
I've read that old (pre-keepkey takeover) versions doesn't get this problem. Someone reported on github that switching to an old version fixed it too. If you're going to try that, don't forget to save your seed.

                                                                       
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December 30, 2016, 06:29:41 PM
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Well, just tracking my experience. I ran a repair wallet and it fixed the issue. After a little research, methinks my wallet fell behind in syncing with the blockchain. Roll Eyes

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December 30, 2016, 06:36:52 PM
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Man, thanks for responding. You guys rock. Really appreciate the help.

To be honest, I am just trying to own my coins locally and not on an exchange or broker (Coinbase). This has establish a new level of anxiety to say the least.

Anyhow, I bought a Keepkey recently and plan to transfer to that shortly.
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January 21, 2017, 07:12:39 PM
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Yeah, just wanted to say that I recently encountered this type of problem with my main wallet on multibit and the "repair wallet" feature was the thing to fix this.

When I entered my wallet it seemed as if the 50+ transactions I've made in the past with the wallet were all either 'sending' or 'receiving'.  Plus it took out my balance that I had in the wallet from before and was then "unconfirmed".  So, nonetheless, if someone else encounters the same issue, I would suggest resyncing with "repair wallet".

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January 25, 2017, 12:07:27 AM
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Yeah, just wanted to say that I recently encountered this type of problem with my main wallet on multibit and the "repair wallet" feature was the thing to fix this.

When I entered my wallet it seemed as if the 50+ transactions I've made in the past with the wallet were all either 'sending' or 'receiving'.  Plus it took out my balance that I had in the wallet from before and was then "unconfirmed".  So, nonetheless, if someone else encounters the same issue, I would suggest resyncing with "repair wallet".

hi! i jyst encounterd the same problem. i have recently recieved some bitcoins on 21st january and then i send on 22 january some and then...then i opened wallet several minutes ago and there is no balance! and the transaction which was recieved previously is non confirmed!
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