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July 28, 2012, 05:59:58 PM
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I supplied the address i wanted the mixed coins to go to.
http://blockchain.info/address/1NqtVLDD812KvDRAAnueP6jV52PZXEMBeq

I sent coins to the address the mixer provided
https://blockchain.info/address/125MYv9kFQHf8sgbQKX1xgscHyDnDtEUNc

I am looking at the transaction hash that my client gave me and blockchain.info is saying there is no such transaction.
http://blockchain.info/tx-index/5c5d6d126dfc16df556313b46e91f21f2b3123b33f4f7d605f049fa18a4a1427

The address I sent the coins to is zero.

The address I wanted the mixed coins to go to is zero.

WTF!?

Here is a copy of the raw transaction from my client

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5c5d6d126dfc16df556313b46e91f21f2b3123b33f4f7d605f049fa18a4a1427
     from 13vqgXWmbTNZ5AFh24bAmJSGjyYGTFGsmu / outpoint a6c0915c191b1ddde49654504d3753aa22e4b567bc7ccb604fc2d30a490e2ead:0
     from 13vqgXWmbTNZ5AFh24bAmJSGjyYGTFGsmu / outpoint 02a37c20ea06d579dfd47d03cd384bf5a505d7ccb035b50368bc10d76324970c:1
     from 1aHhbZty3Y86YZ9GcMeV8X8fThvaF7j5w / outpoint c815885721b3cfcbd83a7da11fb6b3a650fbab1315d3706459b978c5bd6bb114:0
       to 125MYv9kFQHf8sgbQKX1xgscHyDnDtEUNc 1.0152 BTC
       to 13vqgXWmbTNZ5AFh24bAmJSGjyYGTFGsmu 0.38330002 BTC

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July 28, 2012, 08:58:08 PM
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I just checked my wallet.

20 minutes after I sent the bitcoins it looks like I got a refund of some sort.

But STILL no activity with that transaction ID or the 2 Addresses.

So where the freak did it go and where the freak did the refund come from?

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July 29, 2012, 06:29:58 AM
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I just checked my wallet.

20 minutes after I sent the bitcoins it looks like I got a refund of some sort.

But STILL no activity with that transaction ID or the 2 Addresses.

So where the freak did it go and where the freak did the refund come from?
Blockchain does that, if it has 0 confirms, and the transaction has no chance of making it in the blockchain, they'll just drop the transaction as if it never happened, thus you get your bitcoins "refunded"

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July 29, 2012, 02:04:33 PM
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I just checked my wallet.

20 minutes after I sent the bitcoins it looks like I got a refund of some sort.

But STILL no activity with that transaction ID or the 2 Addresses.

So where the freak did it go and where the freak did the refund come from?
Blockchain does that, if it has 0 confirms, and the transaction has no chance of making it in the blockchain, they'll just drop the transaction as if it never happened, thus you get your bitcoins "refunded"

I don't understand why it didn't get there. I don't understand no trace of the transaction. This is all confusing.

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