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January 24, 2017, 09:50:09 AM
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Hi,

I sent yesterday moenty. I still have the status of sending. I multibit reboot several times and gave options repairs wallet. Today I received the coins by other transactions and everything is ok. What do I do?
Below please find a link to my not successful transaction


https://blockchain.info/tx-index/d5b1fa5cc0af80d1fe4e5d11f5027d836c2ea0ffa618bdb244bb284a05a84c31
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January 24, 2017, 10:07:42 AM
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You included a fee of 0.0001BTC while the standard fee for your size should be roughly around 0.00025BTC. There's nothing that you can do unless you request a miner to mine it for you. Quickseller and macbook-air would be a few.

Accelerated it on VIABTC for you. If they mine a block, yours would be given a slight priority over others.

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January 24, 2017, 10:11:30 AM
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I'm sorry but I'm new to the bitcoin world. How can I ask a miner?
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If any miner will not take this payment will I lose the coints?
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January 24, 2017, 02:45:46 PM
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My apologies for my late reply.

I'm sorry but I'm new to the bitcoin world. How can I ask a miner?
I listed a few that can help you. They are either a miner themselves or can ask a miner to help you to include the transaction into their block. No guarantees, I would be prepared to pay them a small amount as an incentive if I were you.

If any miner will not take this payment will I lose the coints?
3 scenarios.
#1 Your transaction gets confirmed. Yay?
#2 Your transaction doesn't get confirmed in the near future but it will DEFINITELY get confirmed if the transactions remains valid and #3 doesn't happen. Eg. you don't make another transaction that attempts to spend the same input at that transaction.
#3 Your transaction gets dropped by the mempool and you can spend your coins again, no problem. Nodes and miners will include your new transaction into mempool.

Now, #3 can be tricky to do. I'm not exactly sure about how Multibit handles unconfirmed transactions, whether they rebroadcast it or not. Your best bet is either to ask a miner to help or wait.

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January 25, 2017, 01:15:03 AM
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https://blockchain.info/ru/tx/46aafdf6848500ec3e0f1ef86a4d58226d9fd7ee87a3ead3840a9eca78229bba
this is my problem transaction
how can i manage it?

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