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Author Topic: Electrum balance doesn't match blockchain.info. How to get all btc into1addres?  (Read 554 times)
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November 21, 2013, 05:59:42 PM
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My electrum balance shows 30-odd coins, but of my 7 addresses electrum shows under "main account", the only non-zero addresses (according to blockchain.info) are the first one (14-odd coins) and the second one (0.01), which doesn't add up to 30 obviously.  
  
What's the deal? And can I make a transaction to send all my 30-odd coins to a single address? It kind of freaks me out having no idea what address my coins are in.

Thanks.

Also I'll add that in my "History" tab, the amount of transactions of funds TO my first address is consistent with how much Electrum should be in there (30.7), so is this just a problem with blockchain.info?

I may as well give the address in question: 14SFguWdwQWmyjQSAnA669fWg7dEGU5Myc

So again, I believe 30.7 should be in this address, and Electrum agrees, but blockchain.info does not see it for some reason.

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Okay so when I look through the transaction history, whenever I've sent any transactions from the above address, it looks like the 'change' gets sent to a new address. What's going on here?

For instance, this transaction:
https://blockchain.info/tx/1eadb3b0ef4f06ece8e1bfcaeb2bd9de523ba755acfe224606189a98a0c22378 
 
Was supposed to give the recipient 0.02, and I had thought that when you send transactions, the remainder goes back to sender, but here 1.975 btc went to some new address, 17755fn...., which isn't even in my Electrum list of addresses!
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November 21, 2013, 06:10:37 PM
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hmmm, that's a bit puzzling. are you sure that's all your addresses? there is an electrum subforum elsewhere on the forum -- after a few hours you can post there.

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November 21, 2013, 06:14:02 PM
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That is weird.  But you can definitely send all your coins to one address, just send 30 whatever to that address.  You can turn off change addresses in the electrum options if you like.

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November 21, 2013, 06:17:47 PM
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That is weird.  But you can definitely send all your coins to one address, just send 30 whatever to that address.  You can turn off change addresses in the electrum options if you like.

Oh okay, yeah I believe what's happening that the change from my transactions is going to these "Change addresses", which are turned on in Electrum Settings.

Thank you!
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