Bug or what? trying to understand the buybacks in my asset



  • Yesterday I made a buyback for the first time of my own asset, I created two buy orders: the first one seems to have done well but in two parts, the second is as if it had disappeared.

    Asset Id: 8140956823699307160

    The missing order:

    Type:	Bid Order Placement
    Asset Name:	Minero200
    Quantity:	100
    Price:	2 BURST
    Total:	200 BURST
    
    Sender Public Key:	b1e72eb882a51812026ab716d41a8d9ecb32a0c93667efa1edfb428026fcb33e
    signature:	ed921f2da77267fa353d2383387ac2b4933c3861d2788af46552efd7201a890ad0710d866bcad3d4837f1f06bcf5499a441b923981a971d3871ae021b8d1b938
    Fee NQT:	1 BURST
    request_processing_time:	0
    Type:	2
    Confirmations:	204
    Full Hash:	9898647a79516612c77582d6abac1e90a84ac159f2c67eb27771dba3ae3376ea
    Version:	1
    ec_block_id:	4479146509885789512
    Signature Hash:	0b52863b5e5131c667d329864770ac208a11fce5aedd8982379c328b0e7174ba
    Sender RS:	You
    Subtype:	3
    Amount NQT:	0 BURST
    Sender:	You
    ec_block_height:	381096
    Block:	1803474774989774214
    Block Timestamp:	92170131
    Deadline:	1440
    Timestamp:	92170041
    Height:	381104
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    Please also note the timestamp:

    6815007289749467835	/	12/07/2017 22:46:38	Bid Order Placement		0	1	/	205
    1325836722493495448	/	12/07/2017 22:47:21	Bid Order Placement		0	1	/	205
    

    It is as if the last order had traveled in time.

    More explained:

    • Bid Order Placement 329 at 1,70. Are processed as two transactions
    12/07/2017 22:48:51	100	1.7037	170.37	12929615296145296319	1325836722493495448
    12/07/2017 22:48:51	229	1.7037	390.1473	12929615296145296319	6815007289749467835
    
    • Bid Order Placement 100 at 2 Burst. Disappears and there remains an open order of 100 shares at 1.7037

    Thanks for any help,



  • I'm trying to find the block where the transaction it have to be and I can't find this block number 381104 at http://burstcoin.biz/search



  • @aitor There was a fork earlier on a few pools. Not sure if that had anything to do with it.



  • A fork? any Burst update?


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