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December 23, 2013, 03:24:21 AM
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So I signed up for a coinpunk.com hosted wallet, and sent some coins to it to test with.  However, when I try to send the coins to another address, the process fails.  Instead, the browser makes countless calls to https://wallet.coinpunk.com/api/wallet via JSON.

The response is ALWAYS the same packet of JSON:

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{
  "result": "outOfSync",
  "wallet": "{\"iv\":\"NMK0+62o5cYYhC8h8Yjobg==\",\"v\":1,\"iter\":1000,\"ks\":128,\"ts\":64,\"mode\":\"ccm\",\"adata\":\"\",\"cipher\":\"aes\",\"salt\":\"TI3wvDYBqo8=\",\"ct\":\"...stuff..."}"
}

I now have BTC1.5698 sitting there that I cannot access, and since I'm not a node.js programmer, I don't know how to extract my private keys from the exported wallet that I have on my computer.

Can anyone help me figure this out, or at least write a tiny node.js bootstrap that will decrypt my wallet backup so I can retrieve my private keys?

Many thanks!

EDIT:  Still going!  We're up to 2,167 API JSON calls now!

http://i.imgur.com/i3uor36.png
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December 28, 2013, 01:20:07 AM
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I think I may have addressed the issue with looping in latest, could try this again?

Apologies for the inconvenience. This is a result of a recent commit to merge wallets if there is activity on multiple clients at the same time, but there seem to be a few lingering bugs. If it's still an issue after the latest commit, email me and I'll make sure we take care of this.
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December 28, 2013, 06:31:53 PM
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Guybrush01 has informed me that the latest changes have solved this problem for him.
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