Wallets

Bad-txns-coinbase-spend-has-transparent-outputs or Desktop Wallet says not enough funds when there are

This is an issue of there being coinbase (mined) funds mixed with regular funds. At the moment, Electrum can see coinbase BTCP, but cannot send it as it cannot send to shielded addresses. In the desktop wallet, people often mix coinbase with regular BTCP, which will cause this same issue. It will also be caused when claiming BTCP from the miner program with a wallet address that already has coinbase funds. So, how do you fix it? You will have to download and run the daemon/client of the wallet ...

An error occurred when sending: You have enough funds, but it will not send

This is an issue that occurs when you have mixed coinbase BTCP (i.e. directly mined into wallet) with BTCP that has already entered circulation. This is an issue that can cause problems for mined funds as well as coins that need to be claimed directly after the fork. BTCP must be mined to a transparent (b1) address, then sent to a z-address. If you are mining in a pool, this is usually not an issue as the pool is designed to send to a z-address before payout. In the case of claimed BTCP, it can...

Why Won't the Full-Node Desktop Wallet Sync Past 98-99%?

Users have reported that they sync to 98-99% and then it stops. This is normal as the last blocks are significantly larger in size than the blocks prior to this. However, if you have gone more than 12 hours stuck at 99%, then it may be due to a bad connection. We have noticed this is exacerbated by trying to use the Full-Node Wallet on older computers. We have several long-term solutions we are currently working on, including a DNS seeder. In the meantime, you can use the following short term...

Solution to No Input Found or Missing BTCP in Electrum

Reminder: NEVER share your private keys with anyone. If someone here ever asks for your private keys, please report them to us immediately. These two issues are related to using change addresses in the ZCL electrum wallet. When you send coins out of electrum, the remaining coins move to a "change address." The simplest way to think about a change address is that you are buying something. You take all of your currency out of your pocket, pay for the item, then put all the money into a different ...