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I have a basic understanding and ability to deal with a number of cryptocurrencies and recently decided to acquire a small amount of Monero. I purchased via Binance and found a wallet (Monerujo), that I transferred XMR to. At least I thought I did. The transfer to my public address took place, according to Binance, but nothing is showing in my wallet. It continues to display zero.

I found a thread that contained a utility to use to confirm a transaction. I used this and received the follow response:

This address doesn't own output 0 with pubkey: 555b...7c9f for amount: Confidential
This address owns output        1 with pubkey: 238a...48ce for amount: 0.297602

Total received: 0.297602
Found payment ID: 0000000000000000

What is going on? Can anyone help me understand the above as well as gain access to my XMR?

Thanks

  • Have you tried restoring from the 25 word mnemonic seed in Monerujo? Make sure to use a proper restore height, which you can get here -> monero.stackexchange.com/questions/7581/… – dEBRUYNE Jul 31 at 10:53
  • I have tried but am I having no luck. In fact, it won't expect my 25 mnemonic seed. I double/triple checked and have entered it in a number of times as well as used various block heights and dates but keep receiving "electrum-style word list failed". – Dingo Jul 31 at 20:48
  • Are you sure you typed the words correctly? Can you check the words you wrote down against the seed in the wallet that is missing your transaction? – dEBRUYNE Aug 1 at 12:41
  • I restored using wookey and BAM balance is showing. Must some kind of bug with monerujo – Dingo Aug 2 at 13:48
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Each Monero transaction contains multiple inputs/outputs. It is not expected that you own all of the outputs of the transaction; only those destined for you.

The utility you used is reporting:

This address owns output 1 with pubkey: 238a...48ce for amount: 0.297602

Which indicates that your address did, in fact, receive 0.297602 XMR.

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