I hope you are well. I had a weird transaction which was sent a few days ago, it now says spent, and received but has not changed my wallet balance, sent it from one exchange to another. When it is spent, does it still have to be credited to your wallet somehow? https://live.blockcypher.com/btc/tx/bddc545bb6963e964d82f6c80b1b8915f6cc94e228ea848818905fbc396a2a88/

Thanks, Deon

  • yes, very much somehow, it would have to be credited. But: the tx number is currently not visible, so there is no possibility to see, what happened. I guess it might be somewhere "hanging", but other block explorers don't show it. When you say, it is spent, who rovides this info? And who provided the tx number? – pebwindkraft Dec 23 '17 at 15:01
  • @pebwindkraft thanks for the response! Oh, sorry, so if you look at blockchain.info or any blockchain for that matter, you will see it says spent, for one of the two amounts sent, for transaction, bddc545bb6963e964d82f6c80b1b8915f6cc94e228ea848818905fbc396a2a88 – Deon Takpuie Dec 23 '17 at 15:26
  • oh, so the transaction number was provided by the sending exchange, for some reason there are two amounts, mine and someone else's' maybe? – Deon Takpuie Dec 23 '17 at 15:29
  • Ah, now I see it on blockchain.info. Yes. And ii has 57 confirmations right now. So if your providers wallet (exchange?) is linked to this address ("19wRqfMcdp2v1CuRGfJDdRKku4JMh5fUhX"), you should see the funds. The second amount is usually a return address for the change. Like if you pay for 45 Euros with a 50 euro bill, and get 5 back ... – pebwindkraft Dec 23 '17 at 15:56
  • @pebwindkraft, thanks I see, but my final balance has not changed, it says received x in total, but nothing in the final balance so it means what exactly? blockchain.info/address/17eQCDAkfhSSB71kYis9UL4KioXdrgk5q1 – Deon Takpuie Dec 23 '17 at 16:48

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