For our internal use, we created a balance calculation tool. While we were testing it on different “high-loaded” assets, we found an interesting balance difference.
User spends 7474.62346375LTBCOIN, whereas he has only 3474.62346375 on that moment.
We manually went through last 7 pages of transactions, and summed all “ins” and “outs” and got the same result in blockscan as we got in our script.
- How was that possible?
- Where are those 4000 LTBCOINS
- If it’s a bug, is there any possibility that it could be repeated in future?
That’s actually my address, hahaha
I think that’s probably a dividend transaction and may have been affected by the issue discussed here, https://forums.counterparty.io/t/dont-dividends-get-listed-as-transactions-in-the-blockscan-block-explorer/431/8
To see the detailed credit debit transaction please use the following. This will show the exact details about the asset sums
http://blockscan.com/creditdebit/1GcFhAQGFZVDAr4jiR2tKwisHcgNUjhGNC ( option available under the address page)
And to view the credit / debit entries for a particular asset class like Ltbcoin use http://blockscan.com/creditdebit?asset=LTBCOIN ( available under the asset info page, TXS tab)
Dividends received now also show up under the address transactions details. for ex : http://blockscan.com/address?q=14Tut9D2fQX7NjeMped28ysr851k4Tq8Xt
The problem was really because our script didn’t fetch dividends correctly.
Thanks @loon3, @mtbitcoin