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I have created new Cryptocurrency from litecoin's fork.

And I can connect more than 2 node with successfully.

But How to pull original balance in my wallet?

Let me share screenshot: https://ibb.co/gci8kn

Balance: 0 Unconfirmed: 0 Immature: 120 MIND.

How to transfer amount 120 MIND in original balance?

I did "setgenerate true" from debug window but it increases only Immature amount.

Please let me know about it. It is very important for it.

  • Don't you have to mine some blocks first, to create coins? – Osias Jota Feb 14 '18 at 13:29
  • @OsiasJota No, I don't have any mine. How to mine amount in my wallet? I create wallet from litecoin fork – kiran malvi Feb 14 '18 at 13:33
  • You should also fork a mining software and mine some blocks. Maybe the fork you did is already capable of doing that, but I never used Litecoin and can't tell how to put it to mine, I don't where to find this command or menu. – Osias Jota Feb 14 '18 at 13:43
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Coins that are immature mean that you have not mined enough blocks for them to be spendable yet. If you did not change the COINBASE_MATURITY global variable, then you will need to mine 100 blocks before the immature coins become mature and spendable. Of course the process of mining produces new coins, so your immature balance will increase until you have mined 100 blocks.

  • @moderator I have changed COINBASE_MATURITY=10 to 100 and again compile my coin using "make" command but still it is display in immature and >> as per you told "then you will need to mine 100 blocks" --> How to do this? – kiran malvi Feb 15 '18 at 4:58
  • You actually have to mine 1 block more than COINBASE_MATURITY in order for it to become mature. To mine blocks, use the setgenerate or generate commands. – Andrew Chow Feb 15 '18 at 5:14
  • @moderator: I have used "setgenerate true" function from debug mode but it is increasing only immature balance Let me share screenshot ibb.co/djjV0n – kiran malvi Feb 15 '18 at 5:21
  • Increasing the immature balance means that it is mining blocks. Just wait a while and eventually those will become mature coins. Use getblockchaininfo and you will see how many blocks are in your blockchain. After a while, when you see your immature balance increase, use getblockchaininfo again and you should see that the blockchain has grown. – Andrew Chow Feb 15 '18 at 6:11
  • @moderator: Is there any other way to do mine my coin? like setup own mining and mine the block? something like that: bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1762002.0 – kiran malvi Feb 15 '18 at 7:42

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