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gabes

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Is there a way to display your assets in cmd wallet?
« on: January 18, 2015, 03:27:10 PM »

Hi, I am new to bitshares. Currently I am learning the way to use bitshares from command line.
I bought recently 3.9 BitUSD. TxID: 5a90b483.
Is there a way to display your assets in cmd wallet?

Offline bytemaster

Re: Is there a way to display your assets in cmd wallet?
« Reply #1 on: January 18, 2015, 03:52:30 PM »
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gabes

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Re: Is there a way to display your assets in cmd wallet?
« Reply #2 on: January 18, 2015, 04:31:19 PM »
Doesn't help. It shows the BTS balance only.

Edit: Maybe my cmd client is also affected by bug I am describing here?
https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=13427.0
« Last Edit: January 18, 2015, 04:33:32 PM by gabes »

Offline vikram

Re: Is there a way to display your assets in cmd wallet?
« Reply #3 on: January 18, 2015, 09:56:36 PM »
Your other post makes it sound like you are not synced. What is the output of "get_info"?

gabes

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Re: Is there a way to display your assets in cmd wallet?
« Reply #4 on: January 18, 2015, 10:27:49 PM »
I think CMD wallet is in sync. This shows up after start:
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--- there are now 4 active connections to the p2p network
--- syncing with p2p network, 1908 blocks left to fetch
--- in sync with p2p network
(wallet closed) >>> get_info
{
  "blockchain_head_block_num": 1560192,
  "blockchain_head_block_age": "5 seconds old",
  "blockchain_head_block_timestamp": "2015-01-18T22:26:30",
  "blockchain_average_delegate_participation": "100.00 %",
  "blockchain_confirmation_requirement": 1,
  "blockchain_share_supply": "2,498,624,877.22833 BTS",
  "blockchain_blocks_left_in_round": 56,
  "blockchain_next_round_time": "at least 9 minutes in the future",
  "blockchain_next_round_timestamp": "2015-01-18T22:35:50",
  "blockchain_random_seed": "635bf3d8ccab4f8893c123f171c950770c3326ee",
  "client_data_dir": "/home/gabo/.BitShares",
  "client_version": "v0.5.0",
  "network_num_connections": 15,
  "network_num_connections_max": 200,
  "network_chain_downloader_running": false,
  "network_chain_downloader_blocks_remaining": null,
  "ntp_time": "2015-01-18T22:26:35",
  "ntp_time_error": -11.101355999999999,
  "wallet_open": false,
  "wallet_unlocked": null,
  "wallet_unlocked_until": null,
  "wallet_unlocked_until_timestamp": null,
  "wallet_last_scanned_block_timestamp": null,
  "wallet_scan_progress": null,
  "wallet_block_production_enabled": null,
  "wallet_next_block_production_time": null,
  "wallet_next_block_production_timestamp": null
}
(wallet closed) >>>

Offline vikram

Re: Is there a way to display your assets in cmd wallet?
« Reply #5 on: January 19, 2015, 01:47:49 AM »
That txid is just a buy order for USD:
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[
  "5a90b48394db7f1adf21394f7829e50279d56f24",{
    "trx": {
      "expiration": "2015-01-02T11:11:42",
      "delegate_slate_id": null,
      "operations": [{
          "type": "ask_op_type",
          "data": {
            "amount": 23312640,
            "ask_index": {
              "order_price": {
                "ratio": "0.0016729122056",
                "quote_asset_id": 22,
                "base_asset_id": 0
              },
              "owner": "BTSNqdKbPHCurLctkkTgv7h899JP19guCBBy"
            }
          }
        },{
          "type": "withdraw_op_type",
          "data": {
            "balance_id": "BTS8CS6FvtoYwEjRFHVB5oDM3rhsGfTzctLM",
            "amount": 23322640,
            "claim_input_data": ""
          }
        }
      ],
      "signatures": [
        "207c79208f27ab7b5ec78577e304f0f763dfe75002dbec2bae217c57bcb7a6b66019c82379792906173bbeca9b12950941fb634bfca3859c9864f53dd2c904cedd",
        "1f5769be86856ee243c91f19a2b30808f69778e3867253f5600a3bfbafe47f5ac04c91d3b7cf2e2d81a44777435665038a3bfaf21449ddaf1cfa23279481ff2486"
      ]
    },

Was the order filled on the market? If it has not been filled yet you have not purchased the USD.

gabes

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Re: Is there a way to display your assets in cmd wallet?
« Reply #6 on: January 19, 2015, 09:37:09 AM »
Yes, my order was filled. (sorry) I have not mentiond, I did that trade on a windows client in virtualbox.
Still have acces to it but refused to use because BTS client is way too heavy to run in virtualbox.

Offline svk

Re: Is there a way to display your assets in cmd wallet?
« Reply #7 on: January 19, 2015, 10:08:54 AM »
Yes, my order was filled. (sorry) I have not mentiond, I did that trade on a windows client in virtualbox.
Still have acces to it but refused to use because BTS client is way too heavy to run in virtualbox.

If you did the transaction on a different client it won't be immediately visible on another client. Try to do:

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wallet_regenerate_keys ACCOUNT-NAME 11000
Then rescan the blockchain starting with the block of your transaction:

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wallet_rescan_blockchain 1418165 1
Worker: dev.bitsharesblocks

gabes

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Re: Is there a way to display your assets in cmd wallet?
« Reply #8 on: January 19, 2015, 10:48:08 AM »
That helped. Thank you all!

 

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