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I sent some BTC via the regtest network from one wallet to another, and I don't see it using getbalance, but I do see it if I use the command getbalances as untrusted_pending:

{
  "mine": {
    "trusted": 0.00000000,
    "untrusted_pending": 2.00000000,
    "immature": 0.00000000
  }
}

What does it mean? And how can I accept it? Will it also happen in the mainnet?

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untrusted_pending means untrusted pending balance (outputs created by others that are in the mempool) according to the bitcoin core source.

If you create a new block and it contains above payment transaction, it will show in trusted.

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  • You're right! I added a block and it worked. I noticed there are two options to generate blocks: generatetoaddress and generateblocks, what's the difference?
    – Stackerito
    Nov 4 at 15:10
  • The generatetoaddress automatically picks up transactions from the set of transactions in the mempool and creates a block. generateblock RPC, on the other hand, is an RPC added in 0.21.0. It takes an argument to specify the set of transactions (via txid or rawtx) to be included in the generated block. This is useful to include another Tx in the block that conflicts with the Tx in the mempool, or to create a block where a particular Tx is not mined. Nov 5 at 5:19
  • Thank you! You made it clear
    – Stackerito
    Nov 5 at 7:57

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