[bisq-network/bisq] Upgraded to 1.3.0 > “You have locked up funds from a failed trade” for every Trade in Process (#4146)
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After I upgraded to v1.3.0 today, I now see this error alert:
“You have locked up funds from a failed trade”
For every trade I have in process.
Network version: 1; P2P message version: 10; Local DB version: 1; Trade protocol version: 2
Mac OS 10.15.3
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### Steps to reproduce
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every time I restart, this error pops up for every current trade I have in progress. These are BTC Buy Offers I’ve made or taken, where I’ve sent the Fiat and confirmed > and they’re currently in the 3rd “Trade process” ste 3 “Wait for BTC seller’s payment confirmation.
So I don’t understand why I’m receiving these alerts.
Every time I restart, these appear again. One alert for each trade, as PDF attached
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[failed trade alert for trades in progress.pdf](https://github.com/bisq-network/bisq/files/4452271/failed.trade.alert.for.trades.in.progress.pdf)
#### Device or machine
Mac OS X 10.15.3 catalina
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#### Additional info
[bisq-logs-after failed alert.txt](https://github.com/bisq-network/bisq/files/4452280/bisq-logs-after.failed.alert.txt)
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