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Why is my client software not receiving bitcoins?

I use an online wallet most of the time but that was recently hacked. How I have yet to determine.

Anyways, I have since created a new account for that system and now use two separate 128bit passwords. So, in my infinite wisdom, about 60 minutes ago I decided to transfer that BTC from the online wallet to the local one on my linux pc. There has yet to be a transaction pop up in the application.

Was my coin lost in the shuffle? Or does it simply just take some time to receive coin in the bitcoin.org wallet application?

marked as duplicate by Stephen Gornick, Stéphane Gimenez, ThePiachu, ripper234, Highly Irregular Jul 6 '12 at 3:50

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  • If you want to receive specific help with your particular problem, you should provide some additional information about your transaction - it's hash, or at least the involved addresses. Without any specific information any answer will be generic at most. – ThePiachu Apr 6 '12 at 21:22
  • And FYI, even though you are using Linux, you still might want to consider protecting the keys in the wallet with the Bitcoin.org client's passphrase encryption feature. – Stephen Gornick Apr 6 '12 at 22:21
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Try looking for your online and offline addresses here:

http://blockchain.info/

This block explorer lists transactions that are not yet part of a block. If that transaction is found there, it probably will become part of a block soon.

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