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I have a similar problem with the monero adapter. a fork have 9 decimals. i send 100.000 000 000 coins for testing but the UI shows me 0.100 000 000
Edit.. yes i have set pattern to : %01.9f
Oops! I was not aware that there are forks with a different number of decimals! Thanks for letting me know.
I will have to release a new version of the coin adapter. Until then, do not use the coin adapter for this fork.
I will notify you again here.
P.S. I have moved your post from the TurtleCoin adapter forum to the Monero coin adapter forum.
one thing to this.. after i changed to %01.12f (to try a little around) it shows me 0.100 000 000 000 (i send 100coins too)
%01.9f = 0.100 000 000
%0.12f = 0.100 000 000 000
Delete the wrong deposit row from your DB. The row will be in the
You can now upgrade the Monero coin adapter to version
wallets_cryptonote_coins filter now accepts an additional “decimals” argument. See the gist here for an example: https://gist.github.com/alex-georgiou/7181cc71c320cbe078a5623479b0a852
For example, if your coin has 9 decimals, you should set
amount pattern to
Hope this helps. As always, let me know if you encounter any problems.
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