Lost BTG after pool migrated from https://mine.pool.gold/ to http://new.pool.gold/


#1

I lost my BTG after pool domain transfer from https://mine.pool.gold/ to http://new.pool.gold/. I had 0.50174493 BTG as shown in image before migrating the pool.

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But after migrating the pool i have a less BTG.(Current paid 0.107639569832 BTG)

It has been told that “balances will be migrated to the new system after we redirect 100% of the traffic(Planned to jan 25, 2018)” as seen in above image.
But today is jan 27, 2018 and my paid balance is still less. It looks me as a scam.
is this happing to other miner also?

could somebody explain why my paid balance is less.

My address [GbzJMhP46m1oBYgbt3XEm8B2cN6hDfCFWu] for copy paste


#2

So, before the migration, you had 0.50174493, based on your screenshot.

The prior and current add up to about .609…

It looks to me like a reporting discrepancy.

Here’s what I see in your wallet now:


https://explorer.bitcoingold.org/insight/address/GbzJMhP46m1oBYgbt3XEm8B2cN6hDfCFWu


#3

The balances will be added to the new data base soon enough. I have contacted the devs.


#4

thanks for answer Mr. MentalNomad and Mr. Martin.

I am still new to BTG. can you explain how can i send BTG to other BTG address.


#5

Hello yaqmaki, it is very simple to do this. All that you need is a wallet that supports BTG. Some popular ones are Coinomi(android), Exodus wallet(Windows) and Freewallet(IOS,Web,Android). This will allow you to send to another wallet and also and receive from another wallet address.


#6

from what i read a while back, freewallet has a lot of haters out there, I dont know the reason why but it is not considered safe by a lot of people. coinomi works good.


#7

Blockquote
Buggy software, stuff like if you put more than 6~7 decimals, then the transaction will be in waiting state, until you contact them. But they do struggle, I’ll give them that.


#8

I tried it once for eos it took a while to appear … I had my breath held till it showed … Then I didn’t use again coz the reviews weren’t good… and I didn’t dig deep…


#9

Yes, freewallet kinda’ does that. Glad it worked out for you that time.