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June 08, 2015, 05:05:11 AM
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Hi Folks,

I just started using Multibit and really like the ease of use and quick syncing.

I've noticed that when I send a transaction, there are indicators that show how many peers have viewed, and it shows a status circle icon with ticks.

Question: does each tick in that circle icon represent 1 confirmation?  I looked in my multibit wallet's help section but doesn't clarify.

I know I can go to the blockchain explorer to verify confirmations, but wanted to see if I can accurately see in the Multibit wallet itself the actual number of confirmations.

Btw, am using Multibit 0.5.18 for Windows.

Thanks in advance.

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June 08, 2015, 03:05:43 PM
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yup, youre right in assuming that. The "ticks" on the circle each represent 1 confirmation up to 6 confirmations. After 6 confirmations, the circle will change to a check mark to let you know the transaction has been properly confirmed by the network.

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yup, youre right in assuming that. The "ticks" on the circle each represent 1 confirmation up to 6 confirmations. After 6 confirmations, the circle will change to a check mark to let you know the transaction has been properly confirmed by the network.

That's what I thought, thanks for clarifying.

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