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July 09, 2015, 09:45:40 PM
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Shouldn't ever wallet have an automatic transaction fee suggested in terms of the volume of the network to avoid this? in core we have automatic suggested transactions, even tho i think i always used the fixed 0.0001 one

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July 09, 2015, 09:57:25 PM
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Been waiting 51 hours now and suddenly my transaction is gone from blockchain.info  Huh 

Those of you who are old enough to remeber the days before internet know the feeling of wondering where my money is traveling at the moment. Sending cash in the mail was high risk sport... Grin
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July 09, 2015, 10:05:30 PM
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Been waiting 51 hours now and suddenly my transaction is gone from blockchain.info  Huh 

Those of you who are old enough to remeber the days before internet know the feeling of wondering where my money is traveling at the moment. Sending cash in the mail was high risk sport... Grin
That is ok and normal. Any unconfirmed transaction will be dropped from the network and "forgotten" after a few days. The Bitcoin is safe, and you can just resend the transaction with a higher fee so that it can actually be confirmed.

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July 09, 2015, 10:11:39 PM
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Been waiting 51 hours now and suddenly my transaction is gone from blockchain.info  Huh 

Those of you who are old enough to remeber the days before internet know the feeling of wondering where my money is traveling at the moment. Sending cash in the mail was high risk sport... Grin
That is ok and normal. Any unconfirmed transaction will be dropped from the network and "forgotten" after a few days. The Bitcoin is safe, and you can just resend the transaction with a higher fee so that it can actually be confirmed.

If it's dropped from the network how do you the get BTC back in your wallet?
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July 09, 2015, 10:14:37 PM
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Been waiting 51 hours now and suddenly my transaction is gone from blockchain.info  Huh 

Those of you who are old enough to remeber the days before internet know the feeling of wondering where my money is traveling at the moment. Sending cash in the mail was high risk sport... Grin
That is ok and normal. Any unconfirmed transaction will be dropped from the network and "forgotten" after a few days. The Bitcoin is safe, and you can just resend the transaction with a higher fee so that it can actually be confirmed.

If it's dropped from the network how do you the get BTC back in your wallet?

What is the best fee amount when we send bitcoins from one wallet to another one.
I really hate now transactions, when i see people waiting for days.

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July 09, 2015, 10:19:17 PM
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If it's dropped from the network how do you the get BTC back in your wallet?
It is as if it never left the wallet. If a transaction is dropped, it is as if the transaction never existed so the Bitcoin remains as if the transaction never happened.

What is the best fee amount when we send bitcoins from one wallet to another one.
I really hate now transactions, when i see people waiting for days.
I haven't sent transactions during this time, so I can't really say. But if I do send transactions, it will be double what Bitcoin Core defaults to recommending e.g. 0.0002 per Kb instead of 0.0001 per Kb.


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July 09, 2015, 10:32:56 PM
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hmm,  maybe about 80% or 90% of the ppl in this thread are throwing out wrong info

anyway, this 'priority' you see, doesn't really matter.  do any pools actually set aside kb for priority?  i doubt it

and I would pay .000100001 per kb

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July 10, 2015, 12:32:17 PM
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I think there is a problem with very small transcation in bitcoin right now. I try to do similar with 0.001 and after 6 hours this transaction has 0 confirmation. I had pay a normal fee for this and was 0.00001. I think is not good for the bitcoin network and payment system to drop and block the small transaction because it seems that this happens now the system completely block that kind of micropayments.

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July 10, 2015, 12:35:43 PM
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Mine finally cleared!!  WOOT!!
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July 10, 2015, 12:48:01 PM
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Mostly if you have patient confirmations will get through, even with auto fees your most likely to get one confirmation after 6 to 8 hours boost them and it would be just like a normal day in the bitcoin office.

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July 10, 2015, 12:54:18 PM
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If it's dropped from the network how do you the get BTC back in your wallet?
It is as if it never left the wallet. If a transaction is dropped, it is as if the transaction never existed so the Bitcoin remains as if the transaction never happened.

What is the best fee amount when we send bitcoins from one wallet to another one.
I really hate now transactions, when i see people waiting for days.
I haven't sent transactions during this time, so I can't really say. But if I do send transactions, it will be double what Bitcoin Core defaults to recommending e.g. 0.0002 per Kb instead of 0.0001 per Kb.



I've heard if the transaction isn't confirmed in 24 hours it's dropped from the mempool and should be spendable again. Is this how it works?

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July 10, 2015, 01:02:42 PM
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If it's dropped from the network how do you the get BTC back in your wallet?
It is as if it never left the wallet. If a transaction is dropped, it is as if the transaction never existed so the Bitcoin remains as if the transaction never happened.

What is the best fee amount when we send bitcoins from one wallet to another one.
I really hate now transactions, when i see people waiting for days.
I haven't sent transactions during this time, so I can't really say. But if I do send transactions, it will be double what Bitcoin Core defaults to recommending e.g. 0.0002 per Kb instead of 0.0001 per Kb.



I've heard if the transaction isn't confirmed in 24 hours it's dropped from the mempool and should be spendable again. Is this how it works?


no i believe that is not how it works.  someone correct me? 
someone suggested that it SHOULD be this way and i would agree except spammer dust should be burned and lost or converted to fees in the block.

i understand what bitmixer is for but can someone explain to me what the possible need or use case is for mixing 0.06 btc?
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July 10, 2015, 01:03:36 PM
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i understand what bitmixer is for but can someone explain to me what the possible need or use case is for mixing 0.06 btc?

lol

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July 10, 2015, 02:19:44 PM
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If it's dropped from the network how do you the get BTC back in your wallet?
It is as if it never left the wallet. If a transaction is dropped, it is as if the transaction never existed so the Bitcoin remains as if the transaction never happened.

What is the best fee amount when we send bitcoins from one wallet to another one.
I really hate now transactions, when i see people waiting for days.
I haven't sent transactions during this time, so I can't really say. But if I do send transactions, it will be double what Bitcoin Core defaults to recommending e.g. 0.0002 per Kb instead of 0.0001 per Kb.



I've heard if the transaction isn't confirmed in 24 hours it's dropped from the mempool and should be spendable again. Is this how it works?


no i believe that is not how it works.  someone correct me? 
someone suggested that it SHOULD be this way and i would agree except spammer dust should be burned and lost or converted to fees in the block.
It does that after 48 hours or more, not 24 hours. Eventually, an unconfirmed transaction is dropped after a few days unless someone (e.g. the sender) continues to broadcast it.

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July 10, 2015, 02:43:31 PM
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If it's dropped from the network how do you the get BTC back in your wallet?
It is as if it never left the wallet. If a transaction is dropped, it is as if the transaction never existed so the Bitcoin remains as if the transaction never happened.

What is the best fee amount when we send bitcoins from one wallet to another one.
I really hate now transactions, when i see people waiting for days.
I haven't sent transactions during this time, so I can't really say. But if I do send transactions, it will be double what Bitcoin Core defaults to recommending e.g. 0.0002 per Kb instead of 0.0001 per Kb.



I've heard if the transaction isn't confirmed in 24 hours it's dropped from the mempool and should be spendable again. Is this how it works?

I saw a guy here waiting for something ridiculous like 30 hours, and the transaction finally went thought. He never received the money back after 24h, he just waited more.

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July 10, 2015, 02:52:10 PM
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If it's dropped from the network how do you the get BTC back in your wallet?
It is as if it never left the wallet. If a transaction is dropped, it is as if the transaction never existed so the Bitcoin remains as if the transaction never happened.

What is the best fee amount when we send bitcoins from one wallet to another one.
I really hate now transactions, when i see people waiting for days.
I haven't sent transactions during this time, so I can't really say. But if I do send transactions, it will be double what Bitcoin Core defaults to recommending e.g. 0.0002 per Kb instead of 0.0001 per Kb.



I've heard if the transaction isn't confirmed in 24 hours it's dropped from the mempool and should be spendable again. Is this how it works?

I saw a guy here waiting for something ridiculous like 30 hours, and the transaction finally went thought. He never received the money back after 24h, he just waited more.

I had one go for 3 days.  Then it finally confirmed.
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July 10, 2015, 02:53:37 PM
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If it's dropped from the network how do you the get BTC back in your wallet?
It is as if it never left the wallet. If a transaction is dropped, it is as if the transaction never existed so the Bitcoin remains as if the transaction never happened.

What is the best fee amount when we send bitcoins from one wallet to another one.
I really hate now transactions, when i see people waiting for days.
I haven't sent transactions during this time, so I can't really say. But if I do send transactions, it will be double what Bitcoin Core defaults to recommending e.g. 0.0002 per Kb instead of 0.0001 per Kb.



I see many people used low transaction fees and they had delay on confirmation. So must be careful these days

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July 10, 2015, 04:01:19 PM
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Mine finally cleared!!  WOOT!!

After how many hours? what was your fee? I am waiting on 0.09btc with a fee of 1114 satoshis for 96 hours now.

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July 10, 2015, 04:16:13 PM
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Mine finally cleared!!  WOOT!!

After how many hours? what was your fee? I am waiting on 0.09btc with a fee of 1114 satoshis for 96 hours now.

next time do it with 10k, because all my microtransacstions that i've done recently were all confirmed within an hour

10k satoshi is still nothing, you can't expect a good confirmation time with 1k and the current "attack test"
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July 10, 2015, 04:36:51 PM
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similar issue resolved here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1097735.0 hope helps.

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