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November 20, 2017, 04:18:43 AM
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I have a problem. I bought bitcoin off coinbase and had it sent to my coin.b wallet. It has been 7 days and it still has not arrived. I went onto coin.b and typed in the address I had it sent and it pulled it up. I am trying to retrieve this coin. I think I should be able to broadcast the transaction after I sign it while I'm logged into my coin.b account. I cannot figure out how to put the transaction into hex format so I can broadcast it over the network and have it sent to my ledger hardware wallet.
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November 20, 2017, 04:59:21 AM
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i have never heard of coin.b so i don't know how it works but when you are using a bitcoin wallet, if it is designed properly you don't even have to worry about these things. it is either an online wallet which will have a simple button which you click and the transaction is sent or it is offline which you export a file with the hex in it and use it on your online machine to broadcast.

if you couldn't find it in your current wallet then just get your private key and use another wallet to sweep the key(s) into your ledger wallet.

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November 20, 2017, 05:17:30 AM
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I have a problem. I bought bitcoin off coinbase and had it sent to my coin.b wallet. It has been 7 days and it still has not arrived. I went onto coin.b and typed in the address I had it sent and it pulled it up. I am trying to retrieve this coin. I think I should be able to broadcast the transaction after I sign it while I'm logged into my coin.b account. I cannot figure out how to put the transaction into hex format so I can broadcast it over the network and have it sent to my ledger hardware wallet.
I usually doing these steps to get hex transaction

1. go to your coinbase, and get your last transaction ( tx id ) which u means by "had it sent to my coin.b wallet"
example your tx id was a810e801ca0c0a1975451c611fe3fbb4f67248ad279fc3c001ff2b74199e5f9e

2. go to blockchain.info , put your tx id there, example as above, it should be
https://blockchain.info/tx/a810e801ca0c0a1975451c611fe3fbb4f67248ad279fc3c001ff2b74199e5f9e

3. modify your link with add this on address bar '?format=hex' so it should be example
https://blockchain.info/tx/a810e801ca0c0a1975451c611fe3fbb4f67248ad279fc3c001ff2b74199e5f9e?format=hex

4. now you get your hex transaction format
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November 20, 2017, 09:57:16 PM
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can we google hangout so you could walk me through it. I am having troubles navigating and getting this to work. It was 700$ and ill send you some coin if we can resolve it
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November 21, 2017, 04:55:34 AM
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Don't worry, i will guide you through the whole process to make your transaction on the network.
Just find your transaction id from blockchain, copy and paste the id before "?format=hex" and your encoded hex is shown on page.
Once you get your hex, go to https://coinb.in/#broadcast and put your hex there, click broadcast and your transaction should now be on network.


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November 21, 2017, 12:12:52 PM
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I have a problem. I bought bitcoin off coinbase and had it sent to my coin.b wallet. It has been 7 days and it still has not arrived.
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I cannot figure out how to put the transaction into hex format so I can broadcast it over the network and have it sent to my ledger hardware wallet.
so is your problem the coins not arriving yet or sending out to your ledger wallet?
when you're logged to coinb.in wallet, I don't think you need to manually create, sign or broadcast
you just need simply type in the receiving (ledger) address, amount, tx fee, and donation and press send
coinb.in wallet will automatically do all the necessarry stuff, the other tools/tabs are for manual use
Coinbase --> Coinb.in wallet --> Ledger wallet .... this what you're trying to do, correct?

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November 21, 2017, 03:20:30 PM
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This is the transaction and it still shows the amount of bitcoin untouched in the wallet.
https://live.blockcypher.com/btc/tx/e480a3b8d97848c9226f75f24585422317ad7326a0485775499a5c87cbbcd307/
The address it went to is not my receiving address on my coin.b wallet. When I log into my wallet on coin.b I put in the address it got sent to 1S7dbzwu5W1GZNJwZCxfUGgcZk28jnyBB and it pull up the unspent amount. I sighed verified and tried to broadcast the transaction and send it to my hardware wallet but it says the transaction is already on the network but this is where I am lost.
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November 21, 2017, 03:34:16 PM
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When I made the new transaction on coin.b with the address the funds got sent to and my hardward wallet It will not let me change the transaction fee its frozen on 0.00
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November 21, 2017, 11:17:37 PM
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The address it went to is not my receiving address on my coin.b wallet. When I log into my wallet on coin.b I put in the address it got sent to 1S7dbzwu5W1GZNJwZCxfUGgcZk28jnyBB and it pull up the unspent amount.
I still don't quite get the situation, your explanation is a bit confusing
so, 1S7dbzwu5W1GZNJwZCxfUGgcZk28jnyBB is your coinb.in wallet address?
as in your wallet created as shown on this guide https://blog.coinb.in/guide_wallet
or is it just a new address you created from coinb.in menu New > Address
as shown on this https://blog.coinb.in/guide_address

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I sighed verified and tried to broadcast the transaction and send it to my hardware wallet but it says the transaction is already on the network but this is where I am lost.
if you use coinb.in wallet feature, you don't need to do what you just did
just follow the official guide https://blog.coinb.in/guide_wallet
1. login to your wallet
2. click Spend
3. fill out destination address, transaction amount, transaction fee, donation amount
I advice you to change donation amount to 0.00 or any value you wish to donate, it is defaulted to 0.003 which is quite high in my opinion
4. click send to show confirmation prompt, check the total amount
5. click send again to confirm and broadcast it (needs to be online)

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November 23, 2017, 01:13:26 AM
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Here is the problem. When I log into my coinb.in account and look at the receiving address it is different than where coinbase said they sent the BTC. They sent it to 1S7dbzwu5W1GZNJwZCxfUGgcZk28jnyBB but my coinb.in receiving address is 1S3myBLwFEVfz2umBmFU4Wk5X8njjAiqh. When I login to my coinb.in wallet and go to NEW TRANSACTION and type in 1S7dbzwu5W1GZNJwZCxfUGgcZk28jnyBB it shows that all the funds are there and untouched. I am trying to send these funds to my external wallet. I must have made a mistake in the receiving address although I think this is doubtful. I need to be able to access and send these funds to my external hardware wallet at address1H1vcsio14foAURrZZZVYLhiomEV9AhKta. I have my coinb.in private keys and have signed the transaction to broadcast the hex. I would like someone to google hangout with me and try to get these funds back to my account. If it is successful I would pay you in bitcoin. I am not sure why the bitcoin went to this wallet and why I cannot access it. IT was annoying and I just wish it went from coinbase to coinb.in and then to my ledger hardware wallet. drop you email if you think that you can help me out. I you are able to help me out I will send you 100 $ worth of bitcoin to your preferred address. I NEED HELP this money is literally sitting and not being touched. My number is 9409238674
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November 23, 2017, 02:26:35 AM
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I have my coinb.in private keys and have signed the transaction to broadcast the hex.
NOTE: NEVER give anyone the private key unless you know the consequences of doing that
is this the privkey you see on your wallet now that corresponds to 1S3myBLwFEVfz2umBmFU4Wk5X8njjAiqh?
or privkey that you saved/wrote down when you created the wallet the first time? which may be associated to 1S7dbzwu5W1GZNJwZCxfUGgcZk28jnyBB
if you think that privkey for 1S7dbzwu... then just follow this guide http://blog.coinb.in/guide_transaction
- on step 2) input your privkey instead of address and click load, it will show notice something like:
Retrieved unspent inputs from address 1S7dbzwu5W1GZNJwZCxfUGgcZk28jnyBB
if the shown address is not your suspected address, that means your privkey is NOT for 1S7dbzwu...
noone can help you create transaction using that address if you don't have the correct privkey
if it showed exactly that address, you just need to continue following that guide
then follow http://blog.coinb.in/guide_sign for signing
then follow http://blog.coinb.in/guide_broadcast to broadcast it

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-Different email address and password combination will open different wallets, be careful when entering your details as lost accounts can not be recovered!
if you really really believe you copied the right address 1S7dbzwu... but getting different address now
there is a possibility that you inputted wrong/different login credentials,
even missing 1 letter it would still work/log in fine but give you different wallet
I suggest you to try different combination emailaddress and password, you might mistyped or missed a letter

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November 23, 2017, 04:10:03 AM
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I have tried these steps and it says the transaction is already on the chain but the funds are not in my coin.b or hardware wallet. Can someone shoot me a message app or phone number so maybe they can walk me through this I am irritated and cannot seem to get the solution. its 800 and ill even pay like 50 if you can help me retrieve these funds.
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November 23, 2017, 04:40:35 AM
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Thank you Thank you Thank you Thank you Thank you

SOOOO Much I had logged in with different credentials but in my password book I had a different login. I dont know why I didnt change it because I always do. Fucking stupid of me. Ive been worrying so hard! but I bought at 650 and now its 800 in the wallet thank you all so much for taking the time to help me along with this problem. so much weight lifted off my soldiers.
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November 23, 2017, 10:31:37 AM
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I have tried these steps and it says the transaction is already on the chain but the funds are not in my coin.b or hardware wallet. Can someone shoot me a message app or phone number so maybe they can walk me through this I am irritated and cannot seem to get the solution. its 800 and ill even pay like 50 if you can help me retrieve these funds.
Thank you Thank you Thank you Thank you Thank you

SOOOO Much I had logged in with different credentials but in my password book I had a different login. I dont know why I didnt change it because I always do. Fucking stupid of me. Ive been worrying so hard! but I bought at 650 and now its 800 in the wallet thank you all so much for taking the time to help me along with this problem. so much weight lifted off my soldiers.

Good to hear you finally figured it out and moved your BTC safely to ledger
so, do I get the reward? partially? Wink if I do you can send to my btc address on my profile
I'm not worrying much about reward, I'm just happy I could help and point you in the right direction.

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