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I sent 2btc between accounts and they have left one account but never arrived in the other account. This is over a day ago and the transaction has at least 20 conformations and is showing up when I track it on blockchain. It is just not appearing in the received wallet. Please advise? The address is fine: 1EkgFM6fx3Fq4XvEneuVwk3f8ET7PX8fj

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    I assume you are sure that the receiving address is correct and yours. Is your receiving wallet synchronized with the network? – Murch Sep 24 '13 at 14:59
  • Which client are you using to receive the coins, and are the confirmed already? – Pieter Wuille Sep 24 '13 at 15:20
  • I looked the transaction up, it had plenty confirmations. – Murch Sep 24 '13 at 20:10
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If the transaction is in the blockchain, the Bitcoins are in the receiving address. If some particular client doesn't report them, that most likely means that it hasn't yet seen, or correctly processed, the block the transaction took place in. It could mean some other issue with that client. But the coins are there -- all it takes for a Bitcoin transaction to be received is for the transaction to be included in a block that's in the block chain.

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