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March 18, 2012, 04:35:39 PM
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I created an address with bitcoind getnewaddress and it seem that I lost control over that address.

http://blockexplorer.com/address/1HAEA2h7it1w8U1sLgQYNS9eYLjTCR6Z9E

Is it possible that my wallet is hidden somewhere?
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Consider this as my donation to the blockchain  Cheesy
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January 05, 2014, 04:01:29 AM
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*** I get that this was originally posted in 2012, so I imagine that none of the below will be of any use. But I figured I would respond in case anybody else can find it useful ***

I'm a bit curious about this. I have been playing around with the bitcoin commands on testnet. Specifically the two you mentioned and I have had no issues. What did you do after you generated the address by using getnewaddress?

Did you ever recover the address? If so, please respond with what steps you took.

If you still have the same setup, what happens if you do the following... ? See if you can find it...

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bitcoind getaccount 1HAEA2h7it1w8U1sLgQYNS9eYLjTCR6Z9E
bitcoind listaccounts
bitcoind listaddressgroupings
bitcoind listtransactions

bitcoind setaccount 1HAEA2h7it1w8U1sLgQYNS9eYLjTCR6Z9E apples <--make a unique account name

bitcoind getaddressesbyaccount apples

bitcoind listtransactions 1HAEA2h7it1w8U1sLgQYNS9eYLjTCR6Z9E

bitcoind getaccountaddress apples

bitcoind listtransactions apples



if it shows up in your client, try one of the following...

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bitcoind sendfrom apples [NEW_ADDRESS] 5.661

Bitcoin: 1ABoXCTU6M1LzBWoAT3ixJoTWKXPsxbD65
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