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I stopped delegating in February. But after the delegation ended, my 550 coins were not returned to my balance. https://tzkt.io/tz1gFvks55KdTekFKuxc8PppsS9LNLuap6Pk/operations/


I dont see my balance in galleon wallet

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    – Simon McLoughlin
    May 13 at 13:04

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When you delegate your account to some delegate, funds never leave your wallet so there is nothing to return once delegation is stopped.

Your funds are on a smart contract of yours at the following address: "KT1PwcMZJd1jsPS4QwXPepnXRmxKR3j2cp6c".

You seem to be using the Galleon wallet, I am not familiar with it but if this is the wallet which created the account it is probably able to send transactions from it.

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    Looks like the user created a managed account, which isn't common anymore and not supported by a lot of wallets. Perhaps an explanation of the differences and how to migrate their funds to a more modern setup would be beneficial
    – Simon McLoughlin
    May 13 at 13:06
  • Maybe. Pls help:)
    – ecehuh
    May 14 at 18:16
  • @ecehuh maybe ask the question in the cryptonomic forum (makers of galleon) here: discourse.cryptonomic.tech . There is a process to "withdraw" the funds, but i'm not familiar with Galleon so I can't help with how to do this. FYI, please note that this process has become massively more simple. You no longer need to create a KT1 address, and all the funds stay in your account while delegating, accessible at any time
    – Simon McLoughlin
    May 15 at 11:28

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