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February 08, 2017, 09:27:04 AM
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Hello,
here's my unconfirmed tx - https://blockchain.info/tx/666a00603cf2096b18dc56622b516173a071527e438a463a802bdcc0d2324b70
I'm waiting for at least 1,5 days. Please, help, if possible
Thank you
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February 08, 2017, 09:28:54 AM
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Hello,
here's my unconfirmed tx - https://blockchain.info/tx/666a00603cf2096b18dc56622b516173a071527e438a463a802bdcc0d2324b70
I'm waiting for at least 1,5 days. Please, help, if possible
Thank you

  • transaction size: 191 bytes
  • transaction fee: 9600 satoshi's
  • fee (in satoshi's/byte) : 50 satoshi's/byte
  • fee to have 90% chance of getting in the next couple of blocks: 140 satoshi's/byte* (at time of writing)
  • estimated maximum time of waiting to have a 90% chance of getting into a block with your fee if everything else stays status-quo: 7 more hours*.

* https://bitcoinfees.21.co/

your options:
1) using https://www.viabtc.com/tools/txaccelerator/ and hope they still have some space in their next block for your transaction
2) wait untill the majority of the nodes dropped your tx from their mempool => rescan, repair, ... your wallet (if this is necessary, it depends on the specific wallet software you used) => re-use the unspent output that you used as an input for this transaction to re-create the transaction
3) contact quickseller or macbook-air, offer a decent reward for adding your tx to the block their pool is currently working on
4) depending on your wallet and the way you created the tx, you can maybe use RBF
5) if you controll one of the receiving addresses (change addresses are fine), you can do a CPFP
6) depending on your technical skills, you can double spend the input for this transaction, as long as the "hanging" transaction is unconfirmed. If you use bitcoin core, you can also start with -zapwallettxes or use abandontransaction from the console

I know it's a little bit to late, but next time, don't cheap out on the fee Wink

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February 08, 2017, 10:27:57 AM
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Hello,

I'm having an issue with an bitcoin transaction that remains unconfirmed since yesterday morning? I used an fee, enough if i'm not mistaken. Any help is appreciated.

Here's the link to the transaction.

https://blockchain.info/tx/6d153467c27821bb8bee045de69059708881a19c807f9705219b45b379378bda
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February 08, 2017, 10:46:03 AM
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Hello,

I'm having an issue with an bitcoin transaction that remains unconfirmed since yesterday morning? I used an fee, enough if i'm not mistaken. Any help is appreciated.

Here's the link to the transaction.

https://blockchain.info/tx/6d153467c27821bb8bee045de69059708881a19c807f9705219b45b379378bda



  • transaction size: 2883 bytes
  • transaction fee: 144505 satoshi's
  • fee (in satoshi's/byte) : 50 satoshi's/byte
  • fee to have 90% chance of getting in the next couple of blocks: 140 satoshi's/byte* (at time of writing)
  • estimated maximum time of waiting to have a 90% chance of getting into a block with your fee if everything else stays status-quo: 7 more hours*.

* https://bitcoinfees.21.co/

Long story short: i'm sorry, but no, you didn't add sufficient fees!
For this transaction to have a 90% chance of getting added in one of the 3 next blocks, you should have added:
2883 bytes * 140 satoshi's per byte = 403620 satoshi's =~ 0.004 BTC, or 0.0041 just to be sure.

The size of the transaction has absolutely nothing to do with the amount of BTC you're sending, and everything to do with the number of inputs used for the transaction and the number of outputs generated by the transaction.

Your transaction has 19 inputs and 2 outputs, so it's big... If you would have sent 1000BTC using one input and creating one output, the transaction would have been small, and your fee would have been more than enough.

You have exactly the same options as the OP of this thread, i listed them all in the first post i made in this thread.

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February 08, 2017, 11:32:13 AM
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Hello,
here's my unconfirmed tx - https://blockchain.info/tx/666a00603cf2096b18dc56622b516173a071527e438a463a802bdcc0d2324b70
I'm waiting for at least 1,5 days. Please, help, if possible
Thank you

  • transaction size: 191 bytes
  • transaction fee: 9600 satoshi's
  • fee (in satoshi's/byte) : 50 satoshi's/byte
  • fee to have 90% chance of getting in the next couple of blocks: 140 satoshi's/byte* (at time of writing)
  • estimated maximum time of waiting to have a 90% chance of getting into a block with your fee if everything else stays status-quo: 7 more hours*.

* https://bitcoinfees.21.co/

your options:
1) using https://www.viabtc.com/tools/txaccelerator/ and hope they still have some space in their next block for your transaction
2) wait untill the majority of the nodes dropped your tx from their mempool => rescan, repair, ... your wallet (if this is necessary, it depends on the specific wallet software you used) => re-use the unspent output that you used as an input for this transaction to re-create the transaction
3) contact quickseller or macbook-air, offer a decent reward for adding your tx to the block their pool is currently working on
4) depending on your wallet and the way you created the tx, you can maybe use RBF
5) if you controll one of the receiving addresses (change addresses are fine), you can do a CPFP
6) depending on your technical skills, you can double spend the input for this transaction, as long as the "hanging" transaction is unconfirmed. If you use bitcoin core, you can also start with -zapwallettxes or use abandontransaction from the console

I know it's a little bit to late, but next time, don't cheap out on the fee Wink


how can I resend my transaction in Electrum ?
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February 08, 2017, 12:11:43 PM
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how can I resend my transaction in Electrum ?

See my first post Wink
wait untill the majority of the nodes dropped your tx from their mempool => rescan, repair, ... your wallet (IIRC, this is not needed for electrum) => re-use the unspent output that you used as an input for this transaction to re-create the transaction.
Re-using the same input in electrum is pretty easy, altough it seems the procedure has changed recently... For the latest version (2.7.18):

  • open your wallet
  • if you don't see a coins-tab, go to wallet=>coins
  • go to the coins-tab
  • press shift, select all unspent inputs that were used for your "hanging" transaction
  • right-click => spend
  • make sure you have tools => preferences => fees => edit fees manually and enable replace-by-fee checked!!!
  • fill in the correct receiving address, and the correct fee
  • send

For previous versions (don't know when the procedure changed exaclty):
  • open your wallet
  • if you don't see a addresses-tab, press Ctrl-A
  • go to the addresses-tab
  • use shift to select all addresses whos unspent inputs were used
  • right-click => send from
  • manually remove all inputs that were not used in the hanging transaction
  • fill in the correct receiving address, and the correct fee
  • send

If you want a sollution right now, there's alway the option of exporting your private keys (dangerous!!!) and double spending the unspent inputs in a transaction with a higher fee
  • open your wallet
  • wallet=>private keys=>export
  • fill in your password

Now, there are several ways to proceed... For example using bitcoin core to import the private keys and create a new transaction here... This is rather difficult, so i prefer to download the sourcecode of coinb.in, open the downloaded coinb.in website, go to new => transaction, entering my address, go to the inputs-tab, remove the inputs that are not needed, go to the outputs-tab, enter the address and how much outputs you want to generate to this address (leave some room for the fee), submit, copy hex, reboot without network, go to the sign-tab, past private key + hex, sign, save hex, reboot, go back online, open coinb.in, go to broadcast tab, paste signed transaction hex, broadcast

EDIT: it seems you transaction was confirmed Smiley this procedure will no longer work since the unspent outputs are now gone from the UTXO, so they can no longer be used to generate a new transaction that will not be rejected by the network.

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