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July 05, 2017, 02:45:24 AM
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I am new to crypto currency and decided to mine XDN. I do not have use hash rates but interesting to learn. The trouble I had was with XDN wallet, first I tried freewallet.com. I had over 6096.0000000 XDN in it. I then went to digitalnote.org and created a wallet their. but before I read anything I transferred the XDN out of freewallet.com to the digitalnote.org wallet that has been synchronizing all day. Well I saw That I was suppose to create a wallet first so I did that and it's a totally different key from what the default install was. That's what I sent the XDN successfully now so freewallet.com says. So did I screw up and loose it all? any help would be appreciated, sorry such a noob.
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July 13, 2017, 08:54:17 PM
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Wow no help at all?
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July 14, 2017, 06:15:52 AM
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I think everyone is just in shock that anyone would be mining XDN.

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July 14, 2017, 06:30:29 AM
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I am new to crypto currency and decided to mine XDN. I do not have use hash rates but interesting to learn. The trouble I had was with XDN wallet, first I tried freewallet.com. I had over 6096.0000000 XDN in it. I then went to digitalnote.org and created a wallet their. but before I read anything I transferred the XDN out of freewallet.com to the digitalnote.org wallet that has been synchronizing all day. Well I saw That I was suppose to create a wallet first so I did that and it's a totally different key from what the default install was. That's what I sent the XDN successfully now so freewallet.com says. So did I screw up and loose it all? any help would be appreciated, sorry such a noob.

If you sent coins to whatever the default address was there in the wallet, it should still be there.
You created one more wallet and the key/address is a different one from the original. That means you now have two .wallet files, both sitting on your computer and your coins should be there in the older one.

Just go to your wallet program, click on File --> Open Wallet --> open any wallet file you see. If you don't see any .wallet files, you need to browse to following folder:
C:\Users\your-username\AppData\Roaming\coin-name

See how many .wallet files are there in that folder. I believe there must be two.

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July 15, 2017, 12:57:59 AM
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Mr. Explosive, thank you for your answer, that alone is appreciated. Its not a snide comment from someone who thinks he has big balls and has to belittle newcomers. I dont care about the money, I have enough. It was the answer you gave me that helped me as a Noob to this Crypto currency stuff. Thank you sir for the explanation.
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July 15, 2017, 04:40:52 AM
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Mr. Explosive, thank you for your answer, that alone is appreciated. Its not a snide comment from someone who thinks he has big balls and has to belittle newcomers. I dont care about the money, I have enough. It was the answer you gave me that helped me as a Noob to this Crypto currency stuff. Thank you sir for the explanation.

Here you go...

https://theinternetoffendsme.wordpress.com/2013/04/16/unbunch-your-panties-and-move-on/

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July 15, 2017, 04:53:46 AM
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Mr. Explosive, thank you for your answer, that alone is appreciated. Its not a snide comment from someone who thinks he has big balls and has to belittle newcomers. I dont care about the money, I have enough. It was the answer you gave me that helped me as a Noob to this Crypto currency stuff. Thank you sir for the explanation.

You're welcome. Did it solve your issue? Let me know if you need further help.

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