I've mined a few blocks on a blockchain, and I'm trying to figure how to actually see them. What is the correct RPC command ? I've managed to see all the coinbase transactions thanks to listtransactions, and my getbalance output seems ok, but they don't show up in listreceivedbyaddress nor listreceivedbyaccount.

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    These are two different questions. Please edit your question to include only the first and place the second part to a new question. – George Kimionis Mar 31 '15 at 22:11
  • @GeorgeKimionis Here it is – rmac Apr 1 '15 at 6:38
  • @rmac to clarify, are you talking about Bitcoin -regtest or a Bitcoin-fork? – Wizard Of Ozzie Apr 1 '15 at 10:08

You can use the listsinceblock command to filter out the mined coins. listsinceblock contains a category field. The values you're looking for are:

  • generate: for coins mined locally that are available for spending
  • immature: same as above but coins cannot be spent yet
  • It seems to work, but why aren't two clients returning the same list? Since they both have access to the same list of transaction, I would have thought that the output should be the same (and that there was no way to know, from this command only, that it was possible to redeem a generate block) – rmac Apr 1 '15 at 6:49
  • @rmac what do you mean by "two clients"? Two different bitcoin-core instances? If so, each instance has its own wallet and so the results will be different. – George Kimionis Apr 1 '15 at 10:44
  • @GeorgeKimionis Judging from the tags and the quote "on a blockchain I'm inclined to think this is a Bitcoin fork project stuck at the pre-mine phase. I've tried to clarify this, rmac, which is it mate? Bitcoin or a fork? – Wizard Of Ozzie Apr 3 '15 at 1:43
  • @WizardOfOzzie good point – George Kimionis Apr 3 '15 at 10:09

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