Suppose this scenario:
There are 2 wallets called
wallet1on the same node in
wallet1balance: 0.001 BTC
wallet2balance: 0 BTC
I am trying to send 0.001 BTCs from
wallet2; so I use the
sendtoaddress command like this:
bitcoin-cli -testnet -rpcwallet=wallet1 sendtoaddress <wallet2 address> 0.001 "" "" true.
This gives me a
txid which none of the blockchain explorers like live.blockcypher.com/btc-testnet can't recognize it!
It deducts the coin from
wallet1and I don't know where does it go!?
For solving this, I tried to get the transaction hex to broadcast it via some other platforms to check if the raw transaction is correct and it was OK and after broadcasting it via the other platform, blockchain explorers could detect the transaction id.
Here are my question:
- Isn't just using
sendtoaddressenough for sending coins?
- Why the broadcasting process doesn't complete on my node?
Here is my
[test] prune=600 blocksonly=1 maxconnections=15 testnet=1 regtest=0 deprecatedrpc=accounts deprecatedrpc=addwitnessaddress deprecatedrpc=signrawtransaction deprecatedrpc=validateaddress minrelaytxfee=0.0001 maxmempool=200 maxreceiverbuffer=2500 maxsendbuffer=500 dbcache=16000 rpcbind=0.0.0.0 rpcallowip=-- rpcuser=-- rpcpassword=-- server=1 rest=1 daemon=1