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The transaction is shown in my wallet with a blockcode. But when I clicked to go to etherscan.io, it said the transaction cannot be located. I searched with my address for all transactions, the custom token transfer is not in my list of transaction. Only the initial custom contract creation is.

In my wallet custom contract, I successfully queried the balanceOf the recipient using his address.

But he still cannot see the token.

Note that I have already made sure he is watching my custom token from his wallet. Reference: Ethereum - use your coin

Tranx info: Block #0xfd996fa21924d6c76b7988ef673e26f8df2538c70d05907bf9fafd143713be0b

From 0x02C1f35D018c66DDa45490A668d7E72e3bB03944 to 0x38d50DE4bD0a76c90074637bb5e3ed78B5E20332

marked as duplicate by Waqar Lim Mar 24 '17 at 14:51

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  • Could you post your address and the block number you are in the network? – AdrianClv Mar 17 '17 at 9:31
  • Which testnet are you using? – Samuel Hawksby-Robinson Mar 17 '17 at 11:59
  • Added address and block info; I switched to the only testnet on Wallet. From the menu bar - Develop -> Network -> Testnet – Victor Mar 18 '17 at 4:59
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The Ropsten testnet should be used with caution.

From the https://testnet.etherscan.io/ page:

Announcement: There are currently at least 2 forks of the Ropsten network, so depending on which fork you are connected to there might be a mismatch of block data and transactions. Once the new TESTNET has been decided by the community and made public, "testnet.etherscan.io" will move over to the new testnet chain

This will likely be due to the recent spam attacks. I'm unsure how to go about checking which fork you're on.

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