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August 31, 2015, 08:50:26 AM
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I never really noticed before but when you send out coins from bitcoin core wallet do you have to be fully in sync it before the transaction will send out?  I thought outgoing transactions would go out regardless? i sent out 3 yesterday and they were all "offline" "0 confirmations" until i downloaded rest of blockchain today.
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August 31, 2015, 09:06:52 AM
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I never really noticed before but when you send out coins from bitcoin core wallet do you have to be fully in sync it before the transaction will send out?
In short words: no.
Sending transactions and synchronizing - are independent things.

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I thought outgoing transactions would go out regardless? i sent out 3 yesterday and they were all "offline" "0 confirmations" until i downloaded rest of blockchain today.
"0 confirmations" mean that the client does not have a block these transactions included to.

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