I just made a transfer of 0.06 BTC, you can look it up on Blockchain.info

The problem now is that my receiving client (Multibit) doesn't show those 0.06 BTC, it only shows 0.0001 BTC have been spend (most probably as mining fee).

Transaction details of the receiving client

The 'view at blockchain.info' button takes me to the same Blockchain page as mentioned in the beginning. How should i understand this, and where did my 0.06 BTC go?

  • Doesn't your client show right in the "Raw Transaction" field "to 1BnAtNAYwhLt4kCAqUPG1F7FoHh4mmSTHQ 0.06 BTC"? Is that your own address perhaps? – Greg Hewgill Jul 14 '14 at 23:43
  • Both are my own addresses. The source is a Blockchain-wallet, and the destination is a MultiBit-wallet – nicemister Jul 16 '14 at 22:55

You've probably sent TO an address in your wallet. The amount is shown as a net figure. I.e.it is a bit like you have transfered money from your left pocket to your right pocket. MultiBit just shows the fee that you have sent to the miner.

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  • I thought so too but then i didn't see the same amount being add up somewhere else. So i am not trying to figure out where the 0.0599 BTC (0.06-0.0001) are. – nicemister Jul 16 '14 at 22:58

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