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January 29, 2016, 04:08:50 AM
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Hello everyone, I have a problem with my wallet multibit, today does not appear the balance or the transactions that I have made, i.e. is blank

Can somebody help me?

Maybe you closed the wallet?  You can click on "open wallet" and browse your files to reopen it.

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January 29, 2016, 11:13:12 PM
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Hello everyone, I have a problem with my wallet multibit, today does not appear the balance or the transactions that I have made, i.e. is blank

Can somebody help me?

Maybe you closed the wallet?  You can click on "open wallet" and browse your files to reopen it.


Ok thanks for your advice, and when you open the wallet again file type should I open?

I leave the image



I have the classic version, will I have to upgrade to HD?

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January 31, 2016, 01:04:34 AM
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Thank you all for your comments, I solved the problem

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February 15, 2016, 07:48:34 AM
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I upgraded to 0.2.0 version today. After updating all my transactions become unknown transaction status. MultiBit is online. How I can fix it?

PS: After repairing wallet part of transactions are okay and other part still have unknown status. On blockchain all transactions are confirmed.
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February 15, 2016, 02:34:15 PM
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@chemodan. Replied in other thread. There's no need to double post the same query.

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February 21, 2016, 07:04:11 AM
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I'm using multibit classic 0.5.19.
Two days ago I made an outgoing transaction which is still unconfirmed.

I tried to synchronize from scratch multibit.
Now that transaction is no longer visible but multibit still shows my balance reduced by that amount.

Is there any way to double spend that money?
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February 22, 2016, 09:50:46 PM
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I'm using multibit classic 0.5.19.
Two days ago I made an outgoing transaction which is still unconfirmed.

I tried to synchronize from scratch multibit.
Now that transaction is no longer visible but multibit still shows my balance reduced by that amount.

Is there any way to double spend that money?

Sorry. The answer is in online help.
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March 01, 2016, 10:40:15 PM
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Hello I have the same problem as the comment just above mine. I sent out some BTC about 24 hours ago. The transaction will not confirm. I am using Multibit Classic 0.5.19. Is there away to resend or cancel the transaction. Definitely can use the help. I checked the block explorer and the transaction is out there. It just is not confirming. Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I already did a reset of the blockchain and transactions.
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March 01, 2016, 11:14:54 PM
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Hello I have the same problem as the comment just above mine. I sent out some BTC about 24 hours ago. The transaction will not confirm. I am using Multibit Classic 0.5.19. Is there away to resend or cancel the transaction. Definitely can use the help. I checked the block explorer and the transaction is out there. It just is not confirming. Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I already did a reset of the blockchain and transactions.

If the transaction has been broadcast then resetting multibit isn't going to help it get confirmations.  What you want to do if you're worried about it getting confirmed sooner is to send out a competing transaction with more fees.  To do that, I'd just import that privkey into some other wallet that doesn't know about the unconfirmed transaction and send again with a higher fee.

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March 01, 2016, 11:30:48 PM
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If the transaction has been broadcast then resetting multibit isn't going to help it get confirmations.  What you want to do if you're worried about it getting confirmed sooner is to send out a competing transaction with more fees.  To do that, I'd just import that privkey into some other wallet that doesn't know about the unconfirmed transaction and send again with a higher fee.

Thanks for the reply. This is the first time I have had a transaction not confirm. I am trying to learn the causes and the fix now in a hurry as it is a fairly large transaction. At least to me it is.

So sometimes transactions don't happen fast because the fee is set to low?

Can I export wallet out of multibit and into Bitcoin core wallet and then try and do what you suggest?

If I wait a couple of days will multibit stop broadcasting and just cancel the transaction so I can retry?

This transaction has been seen by 16 peers but still no confirmations.
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March 01, 2016, 11:40:49 PM
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If the transaction has been broadcast then resetting multibit isn't going to help it get confirmations.  What you want to do if you're worried about it getting confirmed sooner is to send out a competing transaction with more fees.  To do that, I'd just import that privkey into some other wallet that doesn't know about the unconfirmed transaction and send again with a higher fee.

Thanks for the reply. This is the first time I have had a transaction not confirm. I am trying to learn the causes and the fix now in a hurry as it is a fairly large transaction. At least to me it is.

So sometimes transactions don't happen fast because the fee is set to low?

Can I export wallet out of multibit and into Bitcoin core wallet and then try and do what you suggest?

If I wait a couple of days will multibit stop broadcasting and just cancel the transaction so I can retry?

This transaction has been seen by 16 peers but still no confirmations.

Unless I'm mistaken, if the transaction isn't confirmed in 72 hours it's dropped from the mempool.
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March 01, 2016, 11:43:20 PM
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If the transaction has been broadcast then resetting multibit isn't going to help it get confirmations.  What you want to do if you're worried about it getting confirmed sooner is to send out a competing transaction with more fees.  To do that, I'd just import that privkey into some other wallet that doesn't know about the unconfirmed transaction and send again with a higher fee.

Thanks for the reply. This is the first time I have had a transaction not confirm. I am trying to learn the causes and the fix now in a hurry as it is a fairly large transaction. At least to me it is.

So sometimes transactions don't happen fast because the fee is set to low?

Can I export wallet out of multibit and into Bitcoin core wallet and then try and do what you suggest?

If I wait a couple of days will multibit stop broadcasting and just cancel the transaction so I can retry?

This transaction has been seen by 16 peers but still no confirmations.

I honestly can't remember how long multibit will keep rebroadcasting that transaction if it's never included.  I assume that at some point you must be right.  I also imaging that the answer is somewhere upthread if you search carefully.  With respect to causes, yes, transactions compete for inclusion in blocks and including a higher fee will provide a higher likelihood of sooner inclusion.  Up until recently, though, even no-fee transaction were usually eventually included.  And yes, If I was you and I was trying to get a quick confirmation on this, I'd look at (a) whether you included a fee and whether it was high enough, depending on the answer to (a), do (b) resend a competing transaction with a higher fee, or just wait (maybe you included a good fee but are just unlucky, it can happen).

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March 02, 2016, 01:26:14 PM
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Well eventually it was confirmed. What I did was leave the wallet open instead of having it closed. After about an hour it got its first confirmation and then it finished confirming very fast. I have since turned up the amount of transaction fee I am paying and I will make sure to leave wallet open until after the first confirmation. Alls well that ends well. Some times being patient is the best thing to do.
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March 02, 2016, 05:58:23 PM
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Well eventually it was confirmed. What I did was leave the wallet open instead of having it closed. After about an hour it got its first confirmation and then it finished confirming very fast. I have since turned up the amount of transaction fee I am paying and I will make sure to leave wallet open until after the first confirmation. Alls well that ends well. Some times being patient is the best thing to do.

Indeed.  FWIW, I don't think your wallet being open or closed has anything to do with it being confirmed, at least once the transaction is out on the network anyway.  At that point, your transaction is all in the hands of mining algorithms and luck.  Anyway, glad all resolved well for you.

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March 02, 2016, 06:02:42 PM
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If the transaction has been broadcast then resetting multibit isn't going to help it get confirmations.  What you want to do if you're worried about it getting confirmed sooner is to send out a competing transaction with more fees.  To do that, I'd just import that privkey into some other wallet that doesn't know about the unconfirmed transaction and send again with a higher fee.

Thanks for the reply. This is the first time I have had a transaction not confirm. I am trying to learn the causes and the fix now in a hurry as it is a fairly large transaction. At least to me it is.

So sometimes transactions don't happen fast because the fee is set to low?

Can I export wallet out of multibit and into Bitcoin core wallet and then try and do what you suggest?

If I wait a couple of days will multibit stop broadcasting and just cancel the transaction so I can retry?

This transaction has been seen by 16 peers but still no confirmations.

Unless I'm mistaken, if the transaction isn't confirmed in 72 hours it's dropped from the mempool.
Be thankful you aren't stuck with Multibit Classic 0.5.18. No fee slider. Undecided
And why exactly would you be stuck with that outdated wallet?
Its not to safe, theres no slider as you said.
Why not update to .19?
Im using classic on linux under java and it works nicely.

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March 16, 2016, 02:38:23 PM
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March 16, 2016, 03:23:05 PM
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¡ Muchas gracias !

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March 16, 2016, 03:32:26 PM
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¡ Muchas gracias !

De nada. Un placer poder ayudarles. Wink
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March 30, 2016, 10:47:28 AM
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Just finished recovering bitcoin on a friends bitcoin hd wallet that wont sync and just freezes and now mine just sits there and says connecting and nothing happens.

I can see a list of payments but wallet wont sync and I can not send. It does not show me a balance amount. I have been backing up regularly. Not sure how to get my coin off . I see it has been backing up the aes file. Can anyone help me get this fixed?

Is the a file I can send to blockchain.info wallet?

I have .aes files and .wallet files in my rolling backup folder can I use these to recover or send to blockchain??
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March 30, 2016, 01:15:45 PM
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You can restore your wallet using your wallet words into:

Lighthouse (Win/Mac/Linux)
and
Breadwallet (iOS)

If your wallet isn't syncing then check your network has port 8333 open, which is the port used by the Bitcoin network.
More help:
https://multibit.org/en/help/hd0.2/verify-network.html

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