This means that their blockchain is forked and the coins are on their little universe. DO NOT withdraw your DOGE from Coins-E. They will possibly get lost in the fork. I lost about 130K of them. Fun stuff… I didn’t know this until someone put it on Reddit.
Update (1-8-14): I tried and failed. The recovery steps did NOT work. I am just sitting tight and hoping that Coins-E gets their act together. In the mean time I am using CoinedUp.com as per a recommendation from the #dogecoin freenode channel.
I am going to try and recover my coins via the meth
3 methods for recovery
Modified on: Mon, Jan 6, 2014 at 2:13 PM
First try running the RPC command repairwallet. This can be done via the console in your wallet. Navigate to Help/ Debug Window / Console.
This command will look for any bad transactions but may not work as your wallet likely still sees the transactions as good
If that doesn’t work a redownload of the blockchain may correct this
Lastly a fail safe method
First your going to want to dump the private key of your wallet run the command dumpprivkey followed by your address
You will want to save a copy of the key and a backup of your wallet.
Then close your client and leave it closed for some time. At least a few hours. This will give any bans you may have received from being on the bad fork time to expire
If you have a backup of your wallet.dat then go ahead and delete everything in your appdata/roaming/CoinName folder
Then restart the wallet and let it download the chain until synced
Once synced run the command importprivkey followed by your private key
This is a method I found myself. It removes all the transactions from the wallet and when its imported it can only find whats in the blockchain. So the coins you sent are no longer sent and should be in your wallet.
I don’t know if this will be of any help to you guys but I thought I post it anyway.
Hope you’re all able to recover your coins 🙂