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1  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Stuck transaction using core 15.01 on: January 04, 2018, 03:26:32 AM
I'm hoping someone can help. I haven't performed a BTC transaction using core in over two years and I used the default fee like an idiot. I didn't do my multiplication right when looking at suggested fees and actually thought I was paying a high fee.

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I've tried waiting for about 4 days and it still hasn't gone through. I'm a little worried about trying a replacement fee transaction and I haven't been able to get this approved on the via BTC accelerator. Can anyone offer any help?  I'm starting to understand this fee issue everyone has been talking about for a couple months.  Grin
2  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Moving BTC from outdated version of core and Effects on BCH on: October 07, 2017, 05:00:27 PM
I have a wallet on a very outdated version of core, possibly 0.8 or 0.9 from 3-4 years ago that is over 100 weeks out of sync. It's on a laptop and I definitely don't have enough hard drive space to sync it fully. I recently got a ledger nano s and want to transfer the coins I have on this wallet to the ledger. I haven't moved any coins from this wallet in years so I know there is BCH associated with all of these addresses.

Can I simply move coins using core to my ledger by sending them to my ledger address using the core client? Do I need to sync the client before it will allow me to send the coins?  If I send the coins will I lose my BCH?  If not how would I send my BCH?  Am I at any risk of a replay attack if I send my BTC and leave the BCH on the core wallet address?

Any other considerations to be aware of when sending coins on an outdated version of core?  I don't plan on using core once I've moved coins to my ledger.
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