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Author Topic: Resolved: Help! All my NXT disappeared!  (Read 5893 times)

follas

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I didn't really know a lot about NXT until I decided to use the asset exchange and basically deposit some NXT on my account. I logged in with my passphrase  and then deposited my coins from poloniex. After a bit my coins showed up and I tried to use the Asset exchange. It kept saying that my passphrase was wrong. I tried to reconnect and then my account ID and everything had changed saying that my balance was 0... What could have happened? I've got professional antiviruses etc and was never hacked even if I used other coins like dash and nushares.

My address is this NXT-MMUX-ZJDA-UUGY-7JWTA and I can still see the funds. I had like 2-3 passphrases, all generated by previous editions of the NXT client that I kept on my pc on 3 different txt files and I can't really remember which one I used, however all of them direct me to different addresses... I am currently contacting poloniex's support in order to get my public address (I hope they give it to me) in case that helps with jnxt.org. I definitely used ctrl+a or marked it manually and then copy-paste either manually or using ctrl+c.

Basically I wrote this and then just manually chose less words. That was my mistake... I found it so simply... Some people like me, sometimes, act in very stupid ways. I was new to nxt so didn't know exactly how the 12 words thing was working, but now I know.

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i must say the system is not for average joe yet.
Maybe service like username and password will help. The average joe need not to manage the private key, and download the blockchain.

achim

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The average joe need not to manage the private key, and download the blockchain.

Average Joe only needs to remember one single passphrase, nothing else.
He does not need to download the blockchain: http://jnxt.org/jay/
NXT-7ML4-22U8-QNXK-22222

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Average Joe only needs to remember one single passphrase, nothing else.
He does not need to download the blockchain: http://jnxt.org/jay/
Naaaaaaah. I'm afraid you have mistaken the average joe with the average jay. ;-)

Wallet: NXT-ELEB-XT6G-L475-HXRFX • 18354136531262130569 • Twitter: Shin NXT

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What do you do if you typed in the wrong passphrase, it took you to a different account and you sent coins to that account not realizing it was wrong one? How can I retrieve my 100 coins?

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What do you do if you typed in the wrong passphrase, it took you to a different account and you sent coins to that account not realizing it was wrong one? How can I retrieve my 100 coins?

You have to figure out the incorrect passphrase.  That's the only way.
You can try this to help: http://192.99.58.223/passphrase/typo.html
NXT: NXT-BK2J-ZMY4-93UY-8EM9V
NXT nodes: 209.222.98.250, 216.155.128.10

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Ok...I'll try that....I know the account but that won't help unless i figure out the passphrase I'm assuming.
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