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July 12, 2015, 11:49:28 PM
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WTF? ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME? IT RETURNED TO MY WALLET AND IT WAS AUTOMATICALLY SEND AGAIN!

CHECK THE TX AND DATE WHEN IT WAS SENT! IT'S TODAYS DATE, RIGHT. AM I TIME TRAVELING LOL?

KEEP MY $20, I DON'T CARE, FUCK THIS BULLSHIT.

Apparently your transaction has been rebroadcast to the network, either by your wallet or someone else. Which wallet client do you use?

I'm using Blockchain.info.. it came into my wallet and it was here for some time, but it was automatically send again.. Please help me Sad

Well then the transaction was rebroadcast by someone else, as otherwise the "Relayed by" field should show blockchain.info.
There is no way you can stop someone else from rebroadcasting your transaction AFAIK, so you should send it to your another address once it comes back to you.

This probably won't work for him.. I don't how it works, but when he sends something, it comes back and it's automatically send again, how can he send it to an another address? Or am I missing something?

He could contact the admin and request for a cancellation of that particular transaction. Although there are no guarantees that it will be granted, still worth the try.

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July 13, 2015, 12:28:37 AM
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That sucks.
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July 15, 2015, 06:24:01 PM
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Why is my transaction still unconfirmed? I have sent 0.06 to Bitmixer.io and it's unconfirmed for more than 9 hours, but address will stop working in 3 hours! I don't want to lose my coins, so.. Is there any way to get them back?

https://blockchain.info/tx/9fa3b45906a95cd9a7919161e08b1e2e238378da2858aabd363b21eb15aedaca

haha that is too funny.
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November 13, 2015, 07:31:23 AM
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My best guess is that transactions of very low amounts (and especially very low fees) are the ones with looooong confirmation times. 

Two examples:

1)  A few days ago bitmixer sent a small payment to ME, but it took some 40 + hours to confirm (as they sent the payment with a close to $0.00 miner's fee).  I did get it confirmed, but it took a long time.

2)  As a test during perhaps the worst of the "stress test" / spamming / attack (July 6), I sent myself a small transaction of about BTC0.005, but with a large fee: BTC0.0006 ($0.16).  The transaction was confirmed on the next block.  Reconfirmed on the one after that.
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November 13, 2015, 07:52:42 AM
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It was probably that the mempool was full of high transaction fee transactions. I usually have no care in the world about how long my TX takes. 0.0001 usually works for me.

My best guess is that transactions of very low amounts (and especially very low fees) are the ones with looooong confirmation times. 

Two examples:

1)  A few days ago bitmixer sent a small payment to ME, but it took some 40 + hours to confirm (as they sent the payment with a close to $0.00 miner's fee).  I did get it confirmed, but it took a long time.

2)  As a test during perhaps the worst of the "stress test" / spamming / attack (July 6), I sent myself a small transaction of about BTC0.005, but with a large fee: BTC0.0006 ($0.16).  The transaction was confirmed on the next block.  Reconfirmed on the one after that.

1) Can you give proof of that? Because I know for one that bitmixer.io is not stupid enough to pay a 0 TX fees.

2) Why the heck are you wasting 0.0006 BTC on a test? This site actually tells what's a good TX fee for free.

I'm having a hard time believing you, mate. I can't help to think that you're lying.


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November 13, 2015, 07:55:42 AM
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Try to set your transaction fee to 10,000 satoshi. Then try again.
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November 13, 2015, 07:59:03 AM
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Try to set your transaction fee to 10,000 satoshi. Then try again.

If you haven't noticed this post is made 3 months ago and has been resolved. No point in bumping old threads like this.
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November 13, 2015, 08:16:06 AM
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This also happens to me, you just have to wait and soon it will be confirmed. You are only transferring a small amount of Bitcoin and you also put low fees. So miners don't really want to mine your transaction as they wouldn't really earn much, they can just mine another transaction that will earn them more Bitcoin. Also, I don't really know if you can get your coins back, I doubt that you can though.
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November 13, 2015, 08:17:31 AM
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This also happens to me, you just have to wait and soon it will be confirmed. You are only transferring a small amount of Bitcoin and you also put low fees. So miners don't really want to mine your transaction as they wouldn't really earn much, they can just mine another transaction that will earn them more Bitcoin. Also, I don't really know if you can get your coins back, I doubt that you can though.

If you actually bothered to click on the transaction ID written on the OP you'll be amazed to find that the transaction already has over 10k confirmations  Shocked
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November 13, 2015, 10:27:03 AM
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you are unlucky,just contact blockchain now..i also ever happe to me
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