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I'm running my own zcash pool I have found a block, I'm using z/s nomp software. What happened in zec.json configuration file I did not put any address in reward recipients.

z/s nomp zec.json pool software configuration for reward recipient

"rewardRecipients": {
"": 0.0
},

However, my pool's wallet owned, block was generated by my wallet and it's address is t1Xddvk9ZXxdK5MfSSE9jJ4DQRGcCE3XXP8.

I can see running cli command listtransactions that reward was well generated, however later pool sent it to nowhere. I'm appending listtransactions output below.

listtractions

[
{
"account": "",
"address": "t1Xddvk9ZXxdK5MfSSE9jJ4DQRGcCE3XXP8",
"category": "generate",
"amount": 10.00418480,
"vout": 0,
"confirmations": 395,
"generated": true,
"blockhash": 
"0000000001e7d65e38629f05d44f654aa0141db7239ce151c4453977f6356cb0",
"blockindex": 0,
"blocktime": 1554937307,
"expiryheight": 0,
"txid": "4b9ba2661130a6f89af099951f2c5e2f17b453b1dab8c7dc6ebdb5eaf27dd33a",
"walletconflicts": [
],
"time": 1554937307,
"timereceived": 1554937318,
"vjoinsplit": [
],
"size": 216
},
{
"account": "",
"category": "send",
"amount": -10.00408480,
"vout": 0,
"fee": -0.00010000,
"confirmations": 294,
"blockhash": 
"00000000025723852bb10039a421a64cd38fc6c0752deb5e316b4c21699629e4",
"blockindex": 4,
"blocktime": 1554953767,
"expiryheight": 513276,
"txid": "a751c8696f76436badf9c5b4be6d90adf7f9148ef8a4f759867382c78b88b1fa",
"walletconflicts": [
],
"time": 1554953716,
"timereceived": 1554953716,
"vjoinsplit": [
],
"size": 1189
}
]

By checking in zcash explorer that 'send' transaction's ID it shows again t1Xddvk9ZXxdK5MfSSE9jJ4DQRGcCE3XXP8 but I do not see any balance in my zcash wallet. Running getwalletinfo and output is here

getwalletinfo

{
"walletversion": 60000,
"balance": 0.00000000,
"unconfirmed_balance": 0.00000000,
"immature_balance": 0.00000000,
"txcount": 2,
"keypoololdest": 1554998310,
"keypoolsize": 101,
"paytxfee": 0.00000000,
"seedfp": "3e10702b14252a14d91d711acbcdd34ff85dafe71c52339c05cbc74bdc796b07"
}

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