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July 24, 2011, 12:11:43 PM
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I have multiple wallets, 2 in different linux boxen and 2 different windows boxes.

each of these wallets more than likely have sub 0.00...

What I am requesting info for is how to remove everything down to the smallest denomination from the wallets.
or the X's in 0.00XXXXXX

At this current moment in time those bits are not too important I guess, so should I just take those seemingly empty wallet.dats and put them on the shelf?

BTW:
Thanks in advance, you guys are Awesome. Smiley
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July 24, 2011, 02:06:45 PM
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The latest version should show all the decimal places if you have something. If it's really small it will complain about fees. To get around that, you could send some Bitcoins to the first wallet then empty it sending it to the next wallet. After you have done this they should all be empty.
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The latest version should show all the decimal places if you have something. If it's really small it will complain about fees. To get around that, you could send some Bitcoins to the first wallet then empty it sending it to the next wallet. After you have done this they should all be empty.


thanks man that worked!
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