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January 29, 2016, 11:12:59 PM
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Only at peak times, but the situation is corrected quickly and 99% of the times there is plenty of space in the blocks.

Not an issue. For now

nowadays, it is very usual to have full blocks, it is not only in the rush hours ! I was thinking like you but It is a real issue, because even when you pay the proper fees you may wait two hours or more to get confirmed

Even with all the backlog, I can always get my transaction confirmed really fast. I really have no problem.
Yeah. This backlog hasn't really had any impact on me. My transactions go through like normal.

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January 29, 2016, 11:15:34 PM
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Even with all the backlog, I can always get my transaction confirmed really fast. I really have no problem.
Yeah. This backlog hasn't really had any impact on me. My transactions go through like normal.
In other words, there is currently no backlog and thus the transactions are going through as usually (if you include a fee).

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As interesting as this idea might be, it is off-topic to this thread and thus I will not continue the discussion here.


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January 29, 2016, 11:17:52 PM
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Even with all the backlog, I can always get my transaction confirmed really fast. I really have no problem.
Yeah. This backlog hasn't really had any impact on me. My transactions go through like normal.
In other words, there is currently no backlog and thus the transactions are going through as usually (if you include a fee).

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As interesting as this idea might be, it is off-topic to this thread and thus I will not continue the discussion here.
Ohhh. There is no more backlog. OP said there was and I believed him. That is great then. NO MORE BACKLOG. YAY.

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January 30, 2016, 12:01:41 AM
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Ohhh. There is no more backlog. OP said there was and I believed him. That is great then. NO MORE BACKLOG. YAY.
Just because there are transactions in the mempool that does not mean that there's a backlog. ~11MB is not unusual. Anyhow right now it says:
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Total Size   3100.4873046875 (KB)
Seems like the situation is getting better not worse, right OP? This is what happens when you pull up data from a short time period and want to make conclusions. Don't.


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January 30, 2016, 02:53:49 AM
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Ohhh. There is no more backlog. OP said there was and I believed him. That is great then. NO MORE BACKLOG. YAY.
Just because there are transactions in the mempool that does not mean that there's a backlog. ~11MB is not unusual. Anyhow right now it says:
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Total Size   3100.4873046875 (KB)
Seems like the situation is getting better not worse, right OP? This is what happens when you pull up data from a short time period and want to make conclusions. Don't.

i been waiting for a transaction to confirm for over 24 hours..
it says there is right around 4000 unconfirmed transactions.


it doesnt seem to be catching up.

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January 30, 2016, 03:03:51 AM
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Even with all the backlog, I can always get my transaction confirmed really fast. I really have no problem.
Yeah. This backlog hasn't really had any impact on me. My transactions go through like normal.
In other words, there is currently no backlog and thus the transactions are going through as usually (if you include a fee).

-snip-
As interesting as this idea might be, it is off-topic to this thread and thus I will not continue the discussion here.
Ohhh. There is no more backlog. OP said there was and I believed him. That is great then. NO MORE BACKLOG. YAY.
I don't think that there ever was a backlog. If there was one, I never felt the effect on me.

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January 30, 2016, 01:58:03 PM
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i been waiting for a transaction to confirm for over 24 hours..
it says there is right around 4000 unconfirmed transactions.

it doesnt seem to be catching up.
That is because either:
1) You don't know how to use Bitcoin properly (fee wise);
2) You're doing this on purpose (for whatever reason; there have been people wanting to cause panic);
3) You're a cheap person (no offense).

If you include the recommended fee it is highly likely that your transaction will confirm within the next block. I have never had this problem before as I include the maximum that the Core wallet allows on default settings (or more).


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January 30, 2016, 02:22:20 PM
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i been waiting for a transaction to confirm for over 24 hours..
it says there is right around 4000 unconfirmed transactions.

it doesnt seem to be catching up.
That is because either:
1) You don't know how to use Bitcoin properly (fee wise);
2) You're doing this on purpose (for whatever reason; there have been people wanting to cause panic);
3) You're a cheap person (no offense).

If you include the recommended fee it is highly likely that your transaction will confirm within the next block. I have never had this problem before as I include the maximum that the Core wallet allows on default settings (or more).

i used blockchain.info and sent the bitcoin with the "quick send" option..

no real needing to use bitcoin "properly"
i have blockchain.info set to "Normal - Follow the fee policy suggested by the mainline bitcoin client. Recommended"
so its not that im cheap?

but its still not confirmed Sad

ive even tried to spend the output change with a higher fee as suggest by a google search..


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January 30, 2016, 02:24:22 PM
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but its still not confirmed Sad

Please provide a link to your tx.

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January 30, 2016, 02:26:16 PM
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but its still not confirmed Sad

Please provide a link to your tx.

https://blockchain.info/tx/856dfa8dff5c1c20e7107cc32ac054886582494a834a556c2d4139e664fc3805


i tried to spend the output like it suggests on google search, with a higher fee.. but that didnt work.. it got stuck too.

edit: i also tried electrum to push the raw TX.. it said it did but its been awhile.
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January 30, 2016, 02:31:23 PM
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You tx is full of "dust" (I assume you've been using faucets or the like to have accumulated that).

If you want to spend "dust" then unfortunately you have to pay more fees to do so (otherwise the network would just get drowned in such txs).

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January 30, 2016, 02:33:01 PM
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You tx is full of "dust" (I assume you've been using faucets or the like to have accumulated that).

If you want to spend "dust" then unfortunately you have to pay more fees to do so (otherwise the network would just get drowned in such txs).


i dont see any dust in my outputs..




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January 30, 2016, 02:34:39 PM
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i dont see any dust in my outputs..

You mean your inputs don't you (and I see a very large number of them)?

Each particular input might not be "dust" but you have to add fees due to the overall size of your tx.

(I'll correct myself that "dust" might not be the right term - but you have many "low-value" inputs which is what is causing your tx to be lower priority)

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January 30, 2016, 02:39:59 PM
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i dont see any dust in my outputs..

You mean your inputs don't you (and I see a very large number of them)?


i think you are confused..

if you are looking at the inputs you are looking at kanos payment address from his pool. not all of those are mine.






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January 30, 2016, 02:41:17 PM
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i used blockchain.info and sent the bitcoin with the "quick send" option..

no real needing to use bitcoin "properly"
i have blockchain.info set to "Normal - Follow the fee policy suggested by the mainline bitcoin client. Recommended"
so its not that im cheap?

but its still not confirmed Sad

ive even tried to spend the output change with a higher fee as suggest by a google search..
Of course you need to know how to use Bitcoin properly. Not every user is the same. I would never touch a web wallet, especially not with larger amounts. Anyhow this is what I saw:
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Fees   0.0001 BTC
Seems too low for a transaction of this size: 11384 (bytes).


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January 30, 2016, 02:42:24 PM
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i think you are confused..

I'm afraid that you are the one who is confused - the tx consists of inputs and outputs and those inputs are part of your tx.

(if you have no idea about how Bitcoin works then at least pay attention to those that are trying to help you - you did not pay a large enough fee)

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i think you are confused..

I'm afraid that you are the one who is confused - the tx consists of inputs and outputs and those inputs are part of your tx.

(if you have no idea about how Bitcoin works then at least pay attention to those that are trying to help you - you did not pay a large enough fee)


so blockchain's "normal" fee is wrong.. i will email them and let them know..
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January 30, 2016, 02:55:04 PM
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so blockchain's "normal" fee is wrong.. i will email them and let them know..

I don't use their wallet service but perhaps that is the case.

I think your tx will probably confirm but it will take quite a while.

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so blockchain's "normal" fee is wrong.. i will email them and let them know..

I don't use their wallet service but perhaps that is the case.

I think your tx will probably confirm but it will take quite a while.


if i import the wallet into another software can i double spend it back to the network?

i dont know how to check how many nodes the tx went to.
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January 30, 2016, 02:59:56 PM
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if i import the wallet into another software can i double spend it back to the network?

That is actually not so easy (as most major nodes will detect and reject any such attempt).

Basically you will have to wait (up to at least 24 hours) for your tx to be dropped from the mempool (assuming it doesn't get confirmed before then) in order to "retry" spending your outputs with a different tx.

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