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Loki still waitting coins from pool

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Guest Ripley

Hi, could anyone help me where to look for my mined Loki. Pool states they sent it. I can see it in blochchain, but not in my wallet.

my wallet: LDXnNHHDecrZLMMxABqVxUH4df647hbDW4kMKLr12H1S7NjUV8gdNTTh9Bhv3tMs4W6dZFYmKfxYAeyinMFCmKMVUMHZfZz

Wallet is synced 100%

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If you can see it in the blockchain explorer, there must be a fault somewhere in your wallet. Ensure that you have latest binaries of wallet, downloaded directly from team Loki's website. Alternatively, you can use a daemon node instead of syncing with the whole chain. We have one for loki at nodes.hashvault.pro:22023

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Thanks Wor3d, you really helped.

I downloaded new version of Loki client: loki-gui-windows-x64-1.0.0-rc And it showed all coins straight away.

Before that i had version 0.2.0

Have a good mining mate! ;)

 

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The same thing happened to me. When I first updated I thought my local node blockchain was corrupted, because it initially took a long time to sync locally to I was switching to remote node, but then I just connected locally and waited for quite a long time and eventually it did sync properly.

I read on the Gihub forums that there were some pools which were mining on a different chain for a while when the wallet update happened, if those pools didn't update quickly, and so those coins are now worthless. It'd really suck if you had a huge farm of vega rigs and lost all your coins!

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On 9/18/2018 at 5:13 AM, newmz said:

The same thing happened to me. When I first updated I thought my local node blockchain was corrupted, because it initially took a long time to sync locally to I was switching to remote node, but then I just connected locally and waited for quite a long time and eventually it did sync properly.

I read on the Gihub forums that there were some pools which were mining on a different chain for a while when the wallet update happened, if those pools didn't update quickly, and so those coins are now worthless. It'd really suck if you had a huge farm of vega rigs and lost all your coins!

this is why it is important to use professionally run pools... like HashVault 

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