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Author Topic: Electrum: the blockchain is the cloud  (Read 15389 times)
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January 21, 2013, 10:34:22 PM

How long can it take for a transaction to show up in an Electrum wallet? I purchased a gift card from kevwang95 for BTC1.5 to this payment address:

I sent the payment at 9:09PM EST, and the blockchain shows two confirmations. kevwang95 says that he doesn't see the transaction in his history tab in Electrum, and the balance is 0.

I don't have much experience with Electrum, so I just want to make sure he gets the payment for the sale. Does it take a while for it to show up in Electrum?

EDIT: kevwang95 sent me this screenshot of Electrum showing that the payment still hasn't shown up after 2 1/2 hours. It looks to me like he copied the correct address, which is the one I sent the payment to. Blockchain currently shows 13 confirmations, and my wallet has full confirmation of the payment being sent. I'm thinking there's some sort of glitch or technical issue with his client, but I don't have any experience in using it. If anyone can reply with some help to give him, or if they can PM him directly, I'd greatly appreciate it.

there was a server-side problem. I restarted my server, and the transactioni should show up now.

He messaged me this morning saying the transaction went through. Thanks!
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January 22, 2013, 05:47:33 AM

It isn't possible with the windows version, it doesn't support command line.

That's something the developers are working on atm...
Awesome, thank you.
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