I work with a bitcoin wallet app and the UI looks,

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When I select an address from the dropdown menu and would press the balance or the transaction buttons, they should open in the new page and show respective info.

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When I receive the BTC in certain wallet, it should update the balance of the wallet in the active page. However, it doesn't work as expected and I only 0 BTC as always. Previously, it was juts one wallet (no multi-wallet support) and that time the same code just work fine.

The class that setup the wallet,

public class WalletManager {

    public static WalletAppKit bitcoin;

    private static WalletManager walletManager;

    // public static NetworkParameters networkParameters = MainNetParams.get();
    public static NetworkParameters networkParameters = TestNet3Params.get();

    public static final String APP_NAME = "WalletTemplate";

    public static final String WALLET_FILE_NAME = APP_NAME.replaceAll("[^a-zA-Z0-9.-]", "_")
            + networkParameters.getPaymentProtocolId();

    private static final Logger logger = LoggerFactory.getLogger(WalletManager.class);

    private WalletModel model = new WalletModel();

    private List<WalletSetupCompletedListener> setupCompletedListeners = Collections.synchronizedList(new LinkedList<>());

    public static WalletManager setupWallet(final String walletName) {

        logger.info("Setup Wallet");

        walletManager = new WalletManager();


        try {

            if (walletManager.bitcoin.isChainFileLocked()) {
                return walletManager;
        } catch (IOException e) {
            return walletManager;


        return walletManager;

    private WalletManager() {}

    protected File getWalletDirectory(final String walletId) {

        File dir = new File(walletId);

        if (!dir.exists()) {

        return dir;

    private void setupWalletKit(final String walletId) {

        File directory = getWalletDirectory(walletId);

        // if the seed is not null, that means we are restoring from the backup
        bitcoin = new WalletAppKit(networkParameters, directory, WALLET_FILE_NAME) {

            protected void onSetupCompleted() {

                // Don't make the user wait for confirmations
                // they're sending their own money anyway!!

                Wallet wallet = bitcoin.wallet();


                setupCompletedListeners.forEach(listener -> listener.onSetupCompleted(wallet));

        // Now configure and start the appkit. This will take a second or two - we could show a temporary splash screen
        // or progress widget to keep the user engaged whilst we initialise, but we don't.
        if (networkParameters == RegTestParams.get()) {
            bitcoin.connectToLocalHost();   // You should run a regtest mode bitcoind locally.
        } else if (networkParameters == TestNet3Params.get()) {

                .setUserAgent(APP_NAME, "1.0");

    public WalletAppKit getWalletAppKit() {
        return bitcoin;

    public WalletModel getModel() {
        return model;

    public void addWalletSetupCompletedListener(final WalletSetupCompletedListener listener) {

The class responsible for the wallet updating is provided below,

public class WalletModel {

    private List<Transaction> transactions = Collections.synchronizedList(new ArrayList<>());

    private ProgressBarUpdater syncProgressUpdater = new ProgressBarUpdater();

    private static double SYNCHRONISATION_FINISHED = 1.0;

    private double syncProgress = -1.0;

    private Coin balance = Coin.ZERO;

    private Address address;

    private String transaction;

    private int UserId;

    public int getUserId() {
        return UserId;

    public void setUserId(int userId) {
        this.UserId = userId;

    public String getTransaction() {
        return transaction;

    public void setTransaction(String transaction) {
        this.transaction = transaction;

    private List<String> history = new ArrayList<>();

    public List<String> getHistory() {

        for (Transaction t : transactions) {

        return history;

    public WalletModel() {

    public WalletModel(Wallet wallet) {


    private void update(Wallet wallet) {

        this.balance = wallet.getBalance();

        this.address = wallet.currentReceiveAddress();


        this.transaction = Objects.isNull(transactions) || transactions.isEmpty()
                ? "" : String.valueOf(transactions.get(0));

    public boolean setWallet(Wallet wallet) {

        try {
            wallet.addChangeEventListener(new WalletChangeEventListener() {
                public void onWalletChanged(Wallet wallet) {
            return true;
        } catch (Exception e) {

        return false;

    private class ProgressBarUpdater extends DownloadProgressTracker {

        protected void progress(double percentage, int blocksSoFar, Date date) {
            super.progress(percentage, blocksSoFar, date);
            syncProgress = percentage / 100.0;

        protected void doneDownload() {
            syncProgress = SYNCHRONISATION_FINISHED;

    public boolean isSyncFinished() {
        return syncProgress == SYNCHRONISATION_FINISHED;

    public Address getAddress() {
        return address;

     * @param
     * @return the Satoshi coin based on the wallet balance
    public Coin getBalance() {
        return balance;

     * @return get the BTC amount as float from the wallet balance
    public float getBalanceFloatFormat() {

        float bal = (float) balance.getValue();
        float fac = (float) Math.pow(10, 8);

        float result = bal / fac;
        return result;

     * @param transaction take the wallet transaction as an input
     * @return the trasaction info of the wallet
    private String addTransactionHistory(Transaction transaction) {

        if (Objects.isNull(transaction)) {
            return "No transaction";

        Coin value = transaction.getValue(WalletManager.bitcoin.wallet());

        if (value.isPositive()) {
            String message = "Incoming payment of " + MonetaryFormat.BTC.format(value);
            return message;
        } else if (value.isNegative()) {
            Address address = transaction.getOutput(0).getAddressFromP2PKHScript(networkParameters);
            String message = "Outbound payment to " + address + " worth of " +
                    (MonetaryFormat.BTC.format(value)).toString().replaceAll("-", "");
            return message;

        String message = "Payment with id " + transaction.getHash();
        return message;

    public double getSyncProgress() {
        return syncProgress;

    public ProgressBarUpdater getSyncProgressUpdater() {
        return syncProgressUpdater;

    public List<Transaction> getTransactions() {
        return transactions;

public interface WalletSetupCompletedListener {

    void onSetupCompleted(Wallet wallet);

How do I design the code to support the multiple wallet? I can provide the code snipped if requested.

  • We can't possibly know what is wrong with the code without you posting it here. – Andrew Chow Jun 27 '17 at 7:30
  • I've downvoted this question because it is extremely specific to the askers issue and it seems unlikely to be useful to anyone else. – Murch Mar 13 '18 at 3:39
  • @Murch the forum is for the personal programming questions too – U2m Mar 13 '18 at 4:08
  • You're right. I've removed my downvote and edited the title to clarify what people can expect to see when they click this question. Please feel free to further amend it. Also, if you understand what your answerer was trying to tell you, could you edit his answer to make it clearer? I don't even understand what he's trying to tell you. – Murch Mar 14 '18 at 1:07

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