If you send DRK to your own wallet, this is considered a "internal transaction" - so you will only see the fees in the transaction list, as the DRK actually never leaves your wallet. Additionally it seems one of the transaction was done with fee 0 - which means the comlexity was very low (e.g. one input, one output)After that my client sent 2 transactions to myself (2000 DRK), 1000 DRK left.
Next, there was one outgoing transaction for 0.002 DRK.
That's the way every *coin wallet works The address you are seeing is a change address, where your change of the transaction was transferred to. This change address is part of your wallet. So the summary of your account is correct: 2999.998 - bitcoin magicI watched blockchain and saw, that DRK sent to some address, that I don't know and this address now have 1000 DRK, but client shows 2999.998 DRK in my wallet. It's mystery))
See above - change address.My questions are: Why only 2 transactions for 2000 DRK and 1000 DRK left?
Normal transaction fee, not specific for DarkSend+Is 0.002 DRK a fee for DarkSend+?
Would be helpful if you post the transaction in the blockchain explorer so we can help you with this question Did you use a 0.10.12.x client? DarkSend+ is currently in its early testing phase, so there still might be issues with denomination, anonymization and such - that's we are here for to figure out.How can I find my anonymized 2000 DRK? Which address? I don't see it in client. How can I see the progress of denomination and understand that it was finished?
Basically this is what we are here for during testing RC4 - you are welcome to join inAnd several more questions about DarkSend+, that I had in my mind.
1. What if my balance was 997 DRK and I send it to some address. Is it easier to track them by transaction amount? Somebody see, that one address had 997 and some time ago another address have 997 DRK.
2. Masternode mixing. In scheme we see that txs go throw masternodes from 1 to 8. Does first masternode have all info about tx (inputs and outputs)? Or how mixing works?