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September 24, 2020, 08:42:53 PM
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Why do I get this when chips imported to Electrum with private keys, trying to use them, get this--

The server returned and error when broadcasting the transaction. Consider to trying to connect to a different server, or updating Electrum.

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September 24, 2020, 08:57:59 PM
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Why do I get this when chips imported to Electrum with private keys, trying to use them, get this--

The server returned and error when broadcasting the transaction. Consider to trying to connect to a different server, or updating Electrum.



What version of electrum. Are you running? I think you just need to. Find the network settings fromm the drop down menus and toggle through a few servers..


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September 24, 2020, 08:59:34 PM
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Why do I get this when chips imported to Electrum with private keys, trying to use them, get this--

The server returned and error when broadcasting the transaction. Consider to trying to connect to a different server, or updating Electrum.



What version of electrum. Are you running? I think you just need to. Find the network settings fromm the drop down menus and toggle through a few servers..



Version 4.0.3. I got it sent. Toggled with another servers. Thanks for reply. 
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September 24, 2020, 10:32:41 PM
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Possibly caused by a "bad" server that is trying to phish you with fake error messages in an attempt to get you to update to a fake version of Electrum that will steal your coins. As you have discovered, simply manually selecting a different server from the "Network" settings within Electrum will generally fix this sending issue.

NOTE: the "bad" servers cannot steal your coins. They can only try and send fake messages. The exploit has been patched in Electrum since 3.3.4, so that is why you see the generic "unknown error", rather than the message with a download link.


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October 07, 2020, 09:56:10 AM
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what if...
is it possible to sweep with some utxo'es over coin control  to gain more privacy if u want to take the sweeping step ?

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October 07, 2020, 11:23:12 AM
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is it possible to sweep with some utxo'es over coin control  to gain more privacy if u want to take the sweeping step ?
Once you have private keys, you can do anything you want. But it depends on the wallet:
In Electrum, click Coins tab, hold CTRL to select more than one, then click right mouse > Spend.
In Bitcoin Core, go to Settings > Enable coin control features. Then click Send, click Inputs, and choose which ones you want to use.
Other wallets: I don't know Tongue

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October 07, 2020, 02:28:56 PM
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okay

i use electrum but i got problems to figure out the entire transaction.

I tried this with my testaccount and i'm failing to differ the addresses and which addreses plays a role over my coin control step.

I searched for the address on the input and the output wallet but the utxo adress  i havent found.

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October 07, 2020, 02:44:56 PM
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i use electrum but i got problems to figure out the entire transaction.

I tried this with my testaccount and i'm failing to differ the addresses and which addreses plays a role over my coin control step.

I searched for the address on the input and the output wallet but the utxo adress  i havent found.
You may need to enable the "Coins" tab (under "View") first.

But: Electrum doesn't allow to import private keys under a Standard (HD) wallet. You can only import private keys if you create a new wallet (and then you can import as many as you want).
I took a screenshot:
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(please don't use this screenshot to link me to alt accounts)

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October 07, 2020, 06:15:58 PM
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Electrum doesn't allow to import private keys under a Standard (HD) wallet.

But u can sweep them from any wallet u want. so i think u are able to sweep priv. keys from any source.

But I'm not sure if u are able to use coin control for sweeping.

the pay preview say that i  have utxo in slot but when i admit the (sweeping) transaction and tried to find the address on the wallet in the transcaction details.

i couldnt find anything

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October 07, 2020, 06:23:26 PM
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But u can sweep them from any wallet u want. so i think u are able to sweep priv. keys from any source.

But I'm not sure if u are able to use coin control for sweeping.
Sweeping means emptying the wallet completely. There's not much else to control when you do that.

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October 07, 2020, 11:58:28 PM
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But I'm not sure if u are able to use coin control for sweeping.
I'm confused... why do you want (or think you need) to use "coin control" when sweeping a private key from ChipMixer? Huh Huh Huh


what if...
is it possible to sweep with some utxo'es over coin control  to gain more privacy if u want to take the sweeping step ?
What exactly are you trying to achieve? Huh

The private key provided by ChipMixer for any given "chip" should have exactly one UTXO associated with it... if you're trying to sweep that UTXO while also spending it with other coins that you control, you're effectively removing ALL of the benefits of having used ChipMixer in the first place, as you're linking that "chip" with all the other coins you're trying to spend... Roll Eyes

I don't see how you think that sweeping a "chip" plus using "coin-control" is going to give you any added privacy??!? Huh

It sounds like you're a bit confused on exactly what "sweeping" is... and what "coin control" is useful for... Undecided

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I'm confused... why do you want (or think you need) to use "coin control" when sweeping a private key from ChipMixer? Huh Huh Huh

not only u ^^ sorry but may u right that I have some knowledge gaps and not getting the whole pic on this topic

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The private key provided by ChipMixer for any given "chip" should have exactly one UTXO associated with it... if you're trying to sweep that UTXO while also spending it with other coins that you control, you're effectively removing ALL of the benefits of having used ChipMixer in the first place, as you're linking that "chip" with all the other coins you're trying to spend... Roll Eyes

so if i understand this right, i mark my previous umarked bitcoins on purpose over coin control cause if i spent utxos from my wallet  ?

well.. yep thats sounds as an dumb idea ^^

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It sounds like you're a bit confused on exactly what "sweeping" is... and what "coin control" is useful for... Undecided

see above Wink  , thnx for pushing me into right

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Last edit: October 11, 2020, 10:43:34 PM by btctaipei
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to ChipMixer DevOp:

would it be feasible to output the height (for example: 650000) along with chip's private key when withdrawing chips ?  if chips height for an full list of utxos are computationally infeasible, report back with single lowest block height for the withdraw page would sure suffice:  this way no guesswork are needed when running

importprivkey "chip 1" "remark 1" false
importprivkey "chip 2" "remark 2" false
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importprivkey "chip n" "remark n" false


rescanblockchain 650000
/* uhh. where is my 8 btc and 4 btc chips? My avail balance didn't refelect*/
rescanblockchain 640000
/* ok now I got my 4 btc chip loaded... but shoot!! where did my 8 btc go? */
rescanblockchain 600000
/* oh darn it.. This took a while! */

Reason: recent volatility in local transactions tests our chips liquidity: we ran out of loaded chips before end of the day.

rescanblockchain from 500000 locks up your core UI and its bad if your next transaction are just 15 mins away (even with 1TB SSD)...  on larger chips rescan gets deep so knowing chip's utxo's min(height) precisely helps with maintaining liquidity and privacy and prolong battery life.  it also helps with our operational security (don't have to load too much coin with core to survive day worth of trade)

my PGP Key https://pastebin.com/b7nYutWC
pgp key server search 0x4BCC117F9EFB1A97
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October 12, 2020, 02:27:56 AM
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What's stopping you from just looking up the imported addresses on a blockexplorer (manually or programatically using an API) and finding the block height where they were "funded"? Huh

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October 12, 2020, 07:50:41 AM
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moejoejay : don't worry your questions aren't stupid. It's true that anonymizing transactions is a hard task. Chipmixer offers a way to get "clean" coins, but the day you want to spend them, you must be careful or you could mark them again.

I'm thinking a good way to do it might be two passes of chipmixer. When you get your coins, or small bit by small bit with your stash. Then another time when you want to spend them. Or alternatively use the voucher feature, if you trust chipmixer in the long run.

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October 12, 2020, 10:54:17 AM
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What's stopping you from just looking up the imported addresses on a blockexplorer
Privacy?

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October 12, 2020, 05:32:38 PM
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An user asked about your (not discontinued) Electrum plugin and if you have a public API
Thank you for notification. As responded at that thread:
Quote from: ChipMixer
Electrum plugin was made as a concept to be integrated with Electrum but Electrum programmers were afraid that mixer integration is bad for their reputation.
As it is - plugin is hard to install and ugly. But it works and has quite a few users.

Hello @ChipMixer, i had send you mail to : chipmixer@protonmail.com at 05:07:00 PM (25 minutes ago)
please resolve my problem i am waiting your answer thank you
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October 12, 2020, 06:44:25 PM
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Hello @ChipMixer, i had send you mail

They normally take a few days to respond to their email afaik, if you've used them some common problems might be:
1. The site autorefresh at the start failed on the depo screen (so you can just refresh it yourself to continue)
2. If you tried funding the deposit address twice but went past step 3 and can't see your private keys/chips chipmixer would be able to help with that providing your session hasn't expired).

These are the most common I see, generally if there's a problem with funds your token or a signed message from the deposit addresses should be sufficient afaik.

What's stopping you from just looking up the imported addresses on a blockexplorer
Privacy?
Yeah!

Nothing is ever track-free. Even using a system like tails still has tracking potential... And any vulnerabilities Firefox could have that might not have been noticed could be duplicated in the branch split to tor...

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moejoejay : don't worry your questions aren't stupid. It's true that anonymizing transactions is a hard task. Chipmixer offers a way to get "clean" coins, but the day you want to spend them, you must be careful or you could mark them again.

yep, and for an rookie like me its an hard learning curve ; )

Additional:

as @HCP pointed out already thats not an good idea okay,  but why ?  ..

i thought if i sweep an Fund, then i created also an transaction on the blockchain so why it isnt a good idea to mix this with some UTXO's

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Hello @ChipMixer, i had send you mail

They normally take a few days to respond to their email afaik, if you've used them some common problems might be:
1. The site autorefresh at the start failed on the depo screen (so you can just refresh it yourself to continue)
2. If you tried funding the deposit address twice but went past step 3 and can't see your private keys/chips chipmixer would be able to help with that providing your session hasn't expired).

These are the most common I see, generally if there's a problem with funds your token or a signed message from the deposit addresses should be sufficient afaik.

What's stopping you from just looking up the imported addresses on a blockexplorer
Privacy?
Yeah!

Nothing is ever track-free. Even using a system like tails still has tracking potential... And any vulnerabilities Firefox could have that might not have been noticed could be duplicated in the branch split to tor...


Hello @jackg, I had send the coins, and save the token session when I had reopen the session no bitcoin received and the deposit wallet is another. I hope I will refind my money thank you brother
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