How does EtherScan know I am sending to a Shapeshift/Poloniex wallet?
The short answer is that the From: and To: wallet (also known as account or address) details are sent along with the transaction throughout the Ethereum network and EtherScan has a tap (node) into the network.
The long answer follows:
Any computer that wants to receive or send ...
Yes, it should be possible:
In your first account (from where you are sending), go to https://poloniex.com/balances, find ETH, click Withdraw.
Open your second account in a different browser, go to https://poloniex.com/balances, find ETH, click Deposit. Check the Deposit address and save it.
Go back to your first account, insert the deposit address from the ...
Your transaction will appear on etherscan once you withdraw your ethers (or DAO) tokens are withdrawn from Poloniex. The transaction will be from Poloniex's Ethereum account into your Ethereum account.
Prior to your withdrawal, your ethers (or DAO) are stored as entries in Poloniex's internal database.
When your withdraw from Poloniex, you will have to ...
When you are seeing the name next to the address, it is a manual process of associating a text string with that address. It's that simple. They have a metadata field that they can add to any address. This process is not via an API or across the entire Ethereum network. Each blockchain explorer (etherscan, etherchain, and live.ether.camp) do it differently ...
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Gone forever most likely. If you have the private key of the ETH address on Poloniex then it is the same on ETC, so you did send the ETC to that address on the ETC chain, you just don't have control. Maybe poloniex will be nice if you ask them for the private key on that address, but I wouldn't hold your breath.
An Ethereum address is 40 hex characters. Some interfaces expect the address to be prepended with a "0x" and some interfaces will not accept this. myetherwallet prepends the "0x". Try to paste the address without the "0x".
Exchanges use their own wallets to hold the ethereum backed by them. You don't have an "exchange account" in the sense that there's a dedicated ethereum address at each exchange for only your funds to sit in. Instead, exchanges move funds around all the time for the purposes of moving things from hot storage into cold storage or vice versa. This allows them ...
Mist Wallet with the Hard Fork option activated (when prompted on startup, select 'Yes')
Loaded Mist account(s) with ETH that you wish to split between the chains.
Separate accounts for each chain. You can either create new accounts in Mist, or use another wallet provider/exchange. I would highly recommend only using Mist for one chain, and ...
Checking your account, there was a transaction to TheDAO.approve(...) the transfer of the DAO tokens from The DAO contract into the Withdrawal contract. But there is no corresponding Withdrawal.withdraw() transaction to transfer the ETH from the Withdrawal contract into your account.
When viewing your account, the Token Tracker, [View Token Balance] ...
Just in case someone else is not seeing a record of their transaction, here's the reply I received from Poloniex's support:
The minimum amount of ETH that can be deposited here before it shows
in your account is 1. The next time you will deposit ETH and the sum
of the two deposits is bigger then 1, the total amount including your