I had these in my Nushares wallet:
Address1 had two outputs: 100400 and 10320
Address2 had many outputs: 10000, 10000, 10000, 12000
I decided to transfer banance in Address1 to Adress2 and combining the three outputs together: 100400, 10320 and 12000, so after auto-splitting there will be two extra 10000 outputs and a 12719 output, after the 1NSR fee.
So I selected the two outputs in Address1 and the 12000 output in Address2 with coincontrol, and sent them to Address2.
What happened next totally suprised me. Instead of having 0 in Address1 and 10000, 10000, 10000, 10000, 10000, 12719 in Address2 as I had expected, I have, as shown in coincontrol, 10000, 10000, 12719 in Address1 with a (change) mark shown by each output, and 10000, 10000, 10000 in Address2!
Further investigation shows that the block explorer shows exactly as I had expected.
I did a
-rescan but it didn’t change anything.
If I import the private keys of Addresses 1 and 2 separately to empty wallets, the balances are all shown as expected. But if I import them together, the strange balances appear again.
Anyone has explanations?
I guess the transaction went through alright but there is a bug in coincontrol or internal accounting of the wallet. Or I am misunderstanding something.