Hello, I’ve sent support a few emails regarding this issue as I’ve discovered more about it, but thought I’d post here as well for some more suggestions.
- Just before posting this I think I found somehow to make it work, but please read on and let me know if you think that’s a reasonable solution
So, I’ve been slowly mining ETH with my gaming PC and sending that to my Freewallet and from there to my Gemini account. I never had any issue and in my Freewallet transactions it looks normal so I never really checked the hashes. Until now.
I installed Accointing and connected my ETH Freewallet address and it reported 0 balance, but I do have some available. So I checked etherscan and it agreed with Accointing. Ummm. What…?
Digging deeper I looked at my Gemini account and the to/from field is blank in my deposits from Freewallet, so there’s no trace of the source when Accointing finds the transactions. I went back to Freewallet and looked deeper and found the hashes for my withdrawals and they’re both from the same address but not my public deposit address that I would have expected. Instead, they’re from a Freewallet pool address with several ETH in it that I do not own.
Now, how in the world will I sort that out?
I think what I’m going to do is take the deposits that went into Gemini that are of unknown origin and just tag them instead of from my Freewallet(that didn’t work anyway, I’ve tried), as “mined”, since effectively they were, and remove my Freewallet sync from Accointing altogether. It isn’t much of a sync really anyway, because Freewallet has its way with my ETH once it goes in.
Does this sound like a reasonable solution? A bit frustrating that I’ve been mulling over this for the last 4 hours, but let me know what y’all think.
I’ve attached a screen shot of the Freewallet transaction history, and a link to etherscan to show how they differ quite a lot. ETH goes in, then goes out and disappears (into a pool) until I want to send it. I can only upload one picture because I’m new, but the details shown on Accointing are identical to the etherscan link below.
And here’s the hash showing the ETH deposit to Gemini actually came from a pool address: