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Update Mar 29 2017 The latest instructions can be found at The DAO Refunds. Notes This Withdrawal contract only allows the conversion of The DAO tokens (DAO) into ethers (ETH) at the rate of 100 DAOs = 1 ETH. The way the Withdrawal contract has been coded means that you HAVE to approve the transfer of ALL DAOs in your account, as the Withdrawal contract ...


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Update Apr 12 2017 There are only 3 more days to withdraw your refunds from the WhitehatWithdraw contract. There are still 1,651,062.7506 ETC (USD 4,292,763.15) remaining in the withdrawal contract. 87% of accounts have NOT withdrawn their refunds. Check this spreadsheet to confirm that you have withdrawn all your refunds. Following is a chart of the ...


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Update Mar 29 2017 The latest instructions can be found at The DAO Refunds. At the hard-fork block #1,920,000 , the ETH balance from The DAO and it's child DAOs (which includes the balance from the extraBalance account) were transferred into the Withdrawal contract. Immediately after the hard-fork, at block #1,920,090, the Withdrawal contact's ...


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Updated 00:57 Aug 20 2016 UTC - using BigNumber to accurately compute the totalSupply figures. Checking Your The DAO Token Balance From ETC withdraw contract to be reviewed you can check your The DAO token balance at pre-hard-fork block 1,919,999 using geth synced to the Ethereum Classic chain using the following commands: geth --fast --oppose-dao-fork ...


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I think it remains good practice to check any contract before running it. The contract seems to be at: https://github.com/BitySA/whetcwithdraw/blob/master/whetcwithdraw.sol Is there a way to check that the contract at the address 0x9f5304da62a5408416ea58a17a92611019bd5ce3 is indeed coming from the source above? In order to verify that the contract ...


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First of all, in Solidity x || y is evaluated in lazy way, so in case x is true, y is not evaluated at all. This means, that in case transferFrom will fail, send will not be called. Also, throw "reverts" the transaction, i.e. rolls back all changes made be the transaction, including any ether or token transfers. So if transferFrom will fail, the ...


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This is a fairly straight forward method using Mist. Make sure you've selected only the account which you used to purchase "The DAO" tokens. In Mist browse to https://slacknation.github.io/medium/12/12.html Click on "Approve", wait for one block Click on "Refund", wait for one block


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At the end of the funding, every 100 DAO you redeem, you will get 1 ETH. Basically it doesn't matter what you paid for them. For people who paid more, the ETH remains in DAO's extraBalance account.


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Summary You can find the list of accounts that contributed to the Extra Balance account in github.com/bokkypoobah/TheDAOData: Tab Separated Value format: CreatedTokenEventsWithNonZeroExtraBalance_v3.txt Excel format: CreatedTokenEventsWithNonZeroExtraBalance_v3.xlsx. Use File -> Save As. Then open from your computer. This has been reconciled against ...


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DAO To ETH Refund No. There are no variables smaller than 256 bits packed together. DAO To ETH ExtraBalance Refund WithdrawDAO Contract No. There are no variables smaller than 256 bits packed together. ExtraBalToken Contract No. Only the variables in the following declaration could possibly be affected: address public owner; ... bool public sealed; ...


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Summary The Issue - There seems to be some issue with certain wallets having rounding errors. The Solution - The solution is to approve an amount larger than the balance in The DAO. The user with have to follow up with Jaxx if this issue is occurring within the Jaxx wallet functionality. Alternatively, the user can perform the withdrawal using one of the ...


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Summary At the hard-fork block #1,920,000 , the ETH balance from The DAO and it's child DAOs (which includes the balance from the extraBalance account) were transferred into the Withdrawal contract. Immediately after the hard-fork, at block #1,920,090, the Withdrawal contact's trusteeWithdraw() function was called in this transaction to transfer 463,798....


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People who think are entitled to the extraBalance can check their balance also on these two file results simple address-balance addresses, balance and all transactions As of Friday 26th of August the other 2 files by Arachnid and Bokkypoobah have small rounding problems in their ETH calculation. (Bokkypoobah is off only by 0.000000000086360144 ETH so you ...


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You can withdraw your DAO refunds as long as you have your original keystore and password. You can check your available DAO to ETH, DAO to ETH ExtraBalance and DAO to ETC refunds using the tool at https://refunds.thedao.fund/ . Instructions for withdrawing your refunds can be found at https://theethereum.wiki/w/index.php/The_DAO_Refunds .


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Update Mar 24 2017 Detailed updated instructions at https://theethereum.wiki/w/index.php/The_DAO_Refunds . Latest information at https://medium.com/curator-multisig-phf-official-channel/dao-token-holders-come-claim-your-money-b428f186572a#.cj95ba858 . Easiest Method - MyEtherWallet v3.3.7 You will need to download MyEtherWallet v3.3.7 onto your local ...


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Do you know your Ethereum wallet address or have it entered in Mist? If so, you can install/open Mist, go to the Contracts section, and then at the bottom of that page select "Watch Token" and enter token number: 0xbb9bc244d798123fde783fcc1c72d3bb8c189413 If you do not have an Ethereum wallet address, you'd need to track that down before you could ...


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I found the answer at https://theethereum.wiki/w/index.php/The_DAO_Refunds#How_Do_I_Check_If_My_Account_Has_Any_Remaining_The_DAO_Refund_Due Interesting to note that at the DAO to ETH refund I found about 77% of it, and in the DAO To ETH ExtraBalance Refund the balance. The proportion between the two is such that for every Ξ1 (ETH) in the former there are ...


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There's no such thing as a password for the DAO (unless I'm forgetting something). By "DAO address", I'm assuming you mean "account that is holding DAO tokens". Your friend needs the decrypted private key associated with the account that holds DAO tokens. If all your friend did was buy the DAO tokens from an account holding ETH, then the account that holds ...


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Download dist-v3.3.7.zip from MyEtherWallet v3.3.7 to your computer drive Unzip the dist-v3.3.7.zip file Double click on index.html Click on the Withdraw DAO at the bottom of the page Upload your Keystore File (UTC / JSON) and you will see the following screen (there are 0 refunds for the account shown): Read more: https://medium.com/curator-multisig-phf-...


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The numbers in the approve and the balance of your account look correct. But it looks like you are simply not giving the transaction enough gas to execute. You are giving about 76k gas, but this transaction needs around 412k. Try to give more and it will succeed. EDIT: I have asked on the Parity gitter, and Gavin Wood said that it is not currently possible ...


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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] ...


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