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    @spyder I hope you are not mining to your mymue wallet address? If so, please stop immediately as all deposit addresses have or will be changed for every user. For future payouts, always make them to a wallet you control on your local machine. Smaller deposits on mymue will soon be unsupported and discarded by the system.

    Get in touch with @pjcltd to see if the funds are lost or what the status is.

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    @smartmanjp Is this a mymue wallet issue or your general MUECore wallet that is having a synchronizing problem?
    Please provide more info or a link to your problem so people here can help you.

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    Hello @alisonheringer, reposting this from the slack channel as to help you and others who have this problem again :)

    restart the wallet with -zapwallettxes to remove all transactions that are not broadcasted and -rescan to correct the balance if after zapping the balance is not correct

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    @hs807 said in Please ask me about MUECore Wallets.:

    Please ask me about MUECore Wallets.

    QT Wallets are no longer needed? YES, the MUECore wallet is a QT Gui wallet, itis the one you should be using.

    Can you put MUECore Wallets address on the digger?

    YES! That's how you may receive MUE after mining. :thumbsup:

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    @hs807 You shouldn't delete any addresses, just leave them, it's all fine mate! Use the ones you want, forget about the rest.

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    @hs807 Please tell us what you are trying to do, because you can't go deleting your addresses. Thanks!

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    @nardo Don't worry, it is probably confirmed already and you are OK.

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    @hs807 That would be OK. Just be aware that sending funds to different machines will give you different addresses in every copy of your wallet. So you shouldn't have one wallet.dat and use it on multiple different machines unless you understand what you are doing,

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    @scoob08 First you generate the paper wallet addresses and print them out.

    Second, you send your coins from the MUEcore wallet to the address on the paper wallet.

    To retrieve the funds, you need to import the private key back into your muecore wallet again. In the wallet console you use the command

    importprivkey your-privatekey-generate-earlier-on-the-paper-wallet

    then your muecore wallet rescans the blockchain again looking for transactions with said private key, add you can now use them as usual in your muecore wallet.

    I would strongly suggest testing this with sending 1 MUE to a paper wallet and trying a few times first before sending off any larger amounts to a paper wallet.

    Once importing the privatekey from a paper wallet the paper wallet is generally considered used and shouldn't be used again to store new funds.

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    @hs807 You must make a backup of your wallet.dat file. Go to your QT-wallet and in the File menu select "Backup Wallet". The save that file and make sure you never lose it.

    Copy it to two USB sticks etc. Losing your wallet file mean you will lose your funds. There is no way to recover them.

    Then you can reinstall your Windows system and copy over your wallet.dat file from whatever backup you have.

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