Missing Nanopool payment from 8 days ago, also missing wallet address from `wallet addresses` command



  • I've tried the recovery tool, and it didn't help. Long story short, I've only had two payments (both from nanopool) sent to my wallet (same address). The first payment was received after a delay of a few days. The second payment is showing up as confirmed w/nanopool, AND it's showing up as a transaction in the Sia explorer. The balance on the explorer and the find feature with the recovery tool both show the correct balance. However, using Sia UI 1.3.0, only the first payment shows.

    I've tried the recovery tool..I've tried removing the wallet/consensus and resyncing twice, and nothing has worked. Additionally, when I run the wallet addresses command the address that both payments were sent to does not exist.

    ?????



  • After syncing the consensus, recover your wallet with your wallet seed, since you mentioned you delete the consensus/wallet folder but did not mention you recover your wallet with your original wallet seed



  • I've done that 3 times now. No change. Thanks for the suggestion (I should've mentioned I completed that step).



  • Well, I'm tapping out on trying to help the Sia community with mining. There's no leeway for coins to never reach the wallet, when the blockchain confirms the transaction happened.

    Good luck Sia.



  • @BDNinja
    If the address is not visible in your address list, it is not your address...
    There are extreme rare cases (with preconditions) an address is not restored after recreating wallet from seed.
    But as I understand you have to operate 2 wallets created from one seed concurrently and do hosting and renting...
    As you did not mention, I assume you didn't do that, so the only reason I imagine is- you mistype your address...

    If you paste a link to the block explorer where you see that transaction as done, maybe someone could look into that.

    Besides, with mining you do not help the community, you intend to earn coins. The only way to help Sia community and developers by mining would be mining for luxor.



  • @reinisp said in Missing Nanopool payment from 8 days ago, also missing wallet address from `wallet addresses` command:

    @BDNinja
    If the address is not visible in your address list, it is not your address...
    There are extreme rare cases (with preconditions) an address is not restored after recreating wallet from seed.
    But as I understand you have to operate 2 wallets created from one seed concurrently and do hosting and renting...
    As you did not mention, I assume you didn't do that, so the only reason I imagine is- you mistype your address...

    If you paste a link to the block explorer where you see that transaction as done, maybe someone could look into that.

    Besides, with mining you do not help the community, you intend to earn coins. The only way to help Sia community and developers by mining would be mining for luxor.

    The address IS my address. It's the same address I used for a previous transaction (my first) that actually made it to my wallet. There was no mistyping the address, it's the same script I use to start the miner. There is no manual input.

    Here's the link to the explorer:

    https://explore.sia.tech/hash.html?hash=5230d35fc0f7c114ba7872631b0b40c268e5e702d75c972437fa13a03fedeb47d858512eb98f

    When I sync my wallet, only the first transaction of 1,002 coins is present (minus transaction fee).

    The address is NOT present in the CLI, YET I received a deposit into my wallet using that very same address. I am 100% confident it's the first address that was ever assigned to my wallet.



  • @BDNinja
    So, you say one of these transactions has made it to your wallet and the other not?
    And you see the one transaction in your wallet.
    And you don't see the address to which the coins were transferred in the list of wallet addresses?

    This is unbelievable... How can a transaction appear without the address appearing in the address list?



  • @reinisp said in Missing Nanopool payment from 8 days ago, also missing wallet address from `wallet addresses` command:

    @BDNinja
    So, you say one of these transactions has made it to your wallet and the other not?
    And you see the one transaction in your wallet.
    And you don't see the address to which the coins were transferred in the list of wallet addresses?

    This is unbelievable... How can a transaction appear without the address appearing in the address list?

    Yes, this is exactly what is happening. And yes, it's unbelievable! That's why I'm frustrated.

    Here's the output of wallet addresses:

    wallet addresses
    
    084c9f382f2be97ff135839897ecddfdbb5c2269f57a53058b99e4b25560ea24558416dda320
    08e56633e4b9dfaf33ff3edb9de4688a6ca51efc348f1508b8e4297f72142b479ffc8737129f
    0c4f60a672e362abfc8da713e6bf4329f2b90005e2f41103ce495fa21d9fab7df14b1883a206
    0d135d3e75e2fdb5e321005c590757b0be17c1d7e9040db2a0beb5a83f796cd8e2af93a67edd
    1029510baf0d075e0f4dbb372ca46a6affd0225c40a3deb9d43929e3a617930ba7c155b743f2
    18148545b4e5138802f1b926b84751ffacac0763068a1a6fe646bebe65b6eb57b5ef022cb2d9
    1f02eb57be009c882e8637df199e9b64164bbfedaa925bff1e2b78d769c6ee33886b6a73999a
    39678d58dd9565da3f5ac7d48a608f4b25a3bcc52322c23f8abbeeb027e51779eea703ea332a
    546d8b67ef799a1746eff382d76a0ed81dc4a9c6662ffac7b2f23708df9a666cd0b4305cf259
    551d43610039ae94ba39fe6ab5867f16646fe903b637a71954c6e7dbbfd7aaab7dd4d54bb81f
    653a70616a101973daff45d40dc959f4c45c34662c5fcd823f52a116f81b28da83bfb33c4e63
    7949c1f812574acb0cdb727cd2ea45a385a48d607d69caceec203d132bcaa856652812507179
    79ecd28c6b5ad2159373bf563cd20d1e9cda57dd1d992d20f6427f7a85f8527f7ad7cceaa5de
    7e940af515d6cee3f369238f09f49081c624a988cb99cb0385a4bc54fb60534626660d2a0e04
    903d63c6a7fb33150bf74d8cba0cc9e4a499e13fb3ecd507c53ce6a5b385a489ce216daef45f
    997a16077c4c126c3c8372d353b5886cdfc7d6d9583fef3737cb97cb288fff311f5c86c571cd
    a850926e9e2a1d23e9977d565815f3d8006c0ad0341c25c2e08294609b9838a91f1d9ec593c0
    abbdadd2d388983faf1ace678ded476a7119fed3db81ec7f1ddb8e0c8c48e5878ea7cc09e540
    ac0c71378f76bc788f08bbe67ff7a1783155ca764aa806521640f1323a4958eba3dae0a57c6a
    c5bd975242aa527888632fd60670dedc708bb8c2259b8d949b2866a3dc1b1c97a7c81af7ef9d
    ce7c064828124f0001cae24b00eb49837e7d84976fa6d3d12215beb6341b9d7066d1cb8d9047
    d8989d5b508fbab1a4700f8627720f040acc1a9dce86e0a7d001d13966fcf9c2e40139c25c1f
    e3ac6934e655fbeaa7e9c7d646c8e8c1fa020c2555baebc974ed6960959c1ee24ae862413e0c
    e3fc55816518e3b67661449a71c1a732d58d39a0cc7dbe4a4d24091eafd9319c3335f8ee7d7d
    e835643bee058a4b52169c1195f2e9b1cd9d10837a03c6489b75e1e104d45c96826e2275568a
    ebb96e37f931380414b5964b0f64b4cc12eb4bd67fb6d381a240a88a26369f68ac500166271f
    f80d893cc3f735a4665d4cf2630218c37d22b63ddcf6fa2334562d5ba6d62f9eb4f174191494
    fd31674fff2b09b69a8c672c63aec8dbbeb23954b20147986e49d273ee8de74d54898a2c9978
    ff1c6c7e805aa02692a42d599fcde814c9eedffe3bee63a9bbfb7f750c990fe1dcab4ca2d472
    ff26dcb21f07cc0480084c34d14cd5dfb3417aba7111fa1b44f19892f7becbb6b7490d6ebce6
    
    wallet transactions
    
        [height]                                                   [transaction id]    [net siacoins]   [net siafunds]
          120979   d6a14c125bdf0b9afcf5b3236c1073411feb074b08456d3dad718f1b947f1304         992.00 SC             0 SF
    


  • @BDNinja
    No. The transaction you see in your wallet is not one you think is your one of the two you mentioned.
    The block height is different. And so are the contents.

    This one is that you see in your wallet
    And your address on which you received would be then this one

    The question is at what time the address to which you mine was changed...
    Could it be you created a new wallet, grabbed the address and after that restored your old wallet from seed?


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