Hey Guys! I have a weird observation in my ETH address. I have a TX from an exchange to my wallet Address, which is handled as an “internal transaction”. Since this TX is not listed in the transaction List of my Address, nor is it imported by CoinTracker Wallet import, my overall balance is not correct and/or I have warnings about negative balance in my wallet.
- Why are internal TXs not imported?
- What is the correct way to fix this?
- How can I reliably find more of those ‘errors’?
Great questions. We are working on adding automatic support for ETH internal transactions. In the meantime, a manual workaround is to look them up on a blockexplorer like etherscan.io in the “internal transactions” tab and manually add them.
We’ll let you know as soon as automated syncing is added.
Manually adding them now.
Hi @lu — we have now added support for Internal ETH transactions. These will automatically sync retroactively and going forward. You don’t need to take any action unless you manually added these transactions, in which case you’ll just want to remove the manually added edits.
Thanks for letting me know!
I’m having a hard time figuring out why I am seeing the “This ETH sale results in a negative ETH” error and think it might be related to internal transactions.
When I look at the transaction history of the address on etherscan, the oldest transaction shows sending ETH to a kyber contract. I see the ETH show up in the internal transactions, but am having trouble understanding how the account would send ETH without first receiving it. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
We’re tracking a request to add Kyber support here. In the meantime, if there are any missing internal transactions, could you please add those manually?