You can look /download and search for your addresses manually in the genesishttps://raw.github.com/betaxx/BTSXBalance/master/genesis.json
If you have many addresses, this tool can help you.BTSx balance tool (no wallet required)
I have created a very simple alternative version to check your BTSX balance without using your wallet/s. It just extracts the addresses from the output of "listaddressgroupings" or from a comma separated file and matches them to the genesis.json.
Just go to the website and check your balance.http://bitbalance.azurewebsites.net/.Net version (windows, mac and linux )
Note, I have originally posted here: https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=3330.msg42234#msg42234Github source and usage
Code and usage can be found here:https://github.com/betaxx/BTSXBalanceCompiled version
A .net compiled version can be found here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ahri1d61zd1fc6r/BTSXBalance.zip
, it runs in windows and linux / mac using monoExample of usage:List Address Groupings
On Bitshares-PTS or Bitcoin-QT go to debug and type "listaddressgroupings"
Copy the output for BTC on "addressGroupingsBTC.txt
" and for PTS on "addressGroupingsPTS.txt
It should look like this:
[ [ [ "12CLxa1B5V3ywxFaP7Qb5GUPF9kB7q48n4", 0.18279316, "mul2" ], [ "18wh9z4o2NWSVJijiX6CcBLXYhPdahmbKk", 0.00000000, "mul1" ] ] ]Comma separated file
If you already know your addreseses, or use another client like "Multibit" just simply create a text file named "addressesCommaSeparated.txt
" and type the addresses separated by commas
On a side note, my balance is what I was expecting