[bisq-network/bisq] Final step of trade (withdraw BTC to external wallet) fails (#4205)
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Tue Apr 28 19:57:03 UTC 2020
I went through a trade to buy BTC (as a market taker).
In the last step I was told the trade is complete, I can now withdraw the BTC to the Bisq wallet, or to an external wallet.
The amount available to withdraw was 0.016 BTC (amount bought + deposit).
I chose the "External wallet" option, entered the destination address (P2SH, starting with 3..).
Attempting to withdraw failed with
> The fees for that transaction exceed the available funds or the resulting output value is below the min. dust value:
> Missing 0.016 BTC
### Steps to reproduce
In the last step of the trade, when withdrawing BTC, attempt to withdraw to an external wallet (P2SH address).
### Expected behaviour
The same behavior as with withdrawing to Bisq wallet. When initiating withdrawal to external wallet, it should:
* show overview of prepared tx (fee, amount, destination address) + ask for final confirmation
* on confirm, successfully broadcast tx
### Actual behaviour
Clicking the "Withdraw to external wallet" fails with the error above, before even the confirmation popup is shown.
Didn't take a screenshot, but see log snippet below.
#### Device or machine
#### Additional info
Apr-28 21:01:11.592 [JavaFX Application Thread] INFO org.bitcoinj.wallet.Wallet: Completing send tx with 1 outputs totalling 0.016 BTC and a fee of 0.00 BTC/kB
Apr-28 21:01:11.595 [JavaFX Application Thread] WARN org.bitcoinj.wallet.Wallet: Insufficient value in wallet for send: needed 0.016 BTC more
Apr-28 21:01:11.596 [JavaFX Application Thread] ERROR b.d.m.p.p.s.b.BuyerStep4View: The fees for that transaction exceed the available funds or the resulting output value is below the min. dust value:
Missing 0.016 BTC
bisq.core.btc.exceptions.InsufficientFundsException: The fees for that transaction exceed the available funds or the resulting output value is below the min. dust value:
Missing 0.016 BTC
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