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December 19, 2020, 05:21:26 AM

Hmm Bitstamp is saying it has "finished" my transaction (send from Bitstamp to my address) but the transaction is not appearing on the blockchain.  This is after I validated the transaction with Bitstamp by email so it is not waiting on confirmation from me.  It is not even showing as unconfirmed.

Any suggestions as to what might be happening?    Does Bitstamp take awhile after they say a transaction is "finished"?  It has been about an hour and there have been 5 - 6 blocks since. 


i had something similar happen with bitstamp in 2015. after 3 weeks i just re sent the btc and on the very same day the "lost" transaction went finally through and i had payed it twice. i remember it since the guy that i had sent those btc took 5 years (!) to send those overpaid btc back. oh and he only sent back 3/5 claiming he had bought the 2/5 from me some years ago. not true. 25 year friendship ended there. i would never fight about fiat money. but when it comes to the corn i get itchy.
Every time a block is mined, a certain amount of BTC (called the subsidy) is created out of thin air and given to the miner. The subsidy halves every four years and will reach 0 in about 130 years.
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December 19, 2020, 05:21:47 AM
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Hmm Bitstamp is saying it has "finished" my transaction (send from Bitstamp to my address) but the transaction is not appearing on the blockchain.  This is after I validated the transaction with Bitstamp by email so it is not waiting on confirmation from me.  It is not even showing as unconfirmed.

Any suggestions as to what might be happening?    Does Bitstamp take awhile after they say a transaction is "finished"?  It has been about an hour and there have been 5 - 6 blocks since.  

did they give you a tx id?

Found the tx id.  Searched a couple of major block explorers.  No results.  

I guess I am opening a ticket with Bitstamp.

Edit:  something like this happened to me with another exchange back in the day.  Their hotwallet ran out of bitcoin but the software kept on processing withdrawals...
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These comparisons are a bit bullshit because I put my investment in 7 years ago and my returns are more like 30x (excluding trades).  I possibly would have been better off with one of those tech stocks over the same time period. 

Of course I expect 2021 to be very good indeed.
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Every time I enter the thread, Bitcoin is 2,000 dollars higher, at this rate I will have to sell the cat to buy Bitcoin.




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December 19, 2020, 06:42:48 AM

Enough Retire the cards till next xmas.

BTC can do it without the cards from now to next ATH.

It would seem Bob started a trend but didn't realize the monster he would let loose. lol




I rather they be used next December to push us over 100k

$100k will be next summer at latest. Next December we'll reach $250-$450k. IMHO cards are ok as it's xmas time so why the hell not?  Grin 

Agree, and maybe just post normal cards with normal greetings for the normal purpose.
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Edit:  something like this happened to me with another exchange back in the day.  Their hotwallet ran out of bitcoin but the software kept on processing withdrawals...
Hairy, try here, if your transaction comes out you will see where it is stuck.
https://mempool.observer/#current-mempool
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December 19, 2020, 06:59:16 AM

Institutions must believe all the fud..
They are just now finally getting in?

Much of the fud has come from institutions warning people away from BTC for years..

Not all institutions are the same.
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Edit:  something like this happened to me with another exchange back in the day.  Their hotwallet ran out of bitcoin but the software kept on processing withdrawals...
Hairy, try here, if your transaction comes out you will see where it is stuck.
https://mempool.observer/#current-mempool

Cool thank you

Anyhow the TX ID is throwing an error:  “Error: Could not find your transaction in the bitcoin network. Wait a few minutes before trying again.”

I tested the address with some dust and that transaction is happily sitting there unconfirmed so definitely an issue at the Bitstamp end.  
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https://jochen-hoenicke.de/queue/#0,24h
This is one of the best indicators to see the transaction load.
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December 19, 2020, 08:23:53 AM

FinCEN Proposes KYC For Withdrawing Cryptocurrency To Private Wallets 12/18/2020

I 'believe' this only applies to USA BTC/Crypto Exchanges like Coinbase?

https://bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/fincen-proposes-kyc-for-withdrawing-cryptocurrency-to-private-wallets

This shoe just dropped. To me it does not look like that big a deal....and was expected...but I know zip, others on here?

Smarter than myself? I also started a thread for more details. (Hey, it's over my head, need smarter analysis!)

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5301400.0

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I tested the address with some dust and that transaction is happily sitting there unconfirmed so definitely an issue at the Bitstamp end.  

That might be the reason. That test transaction might need to confirm first.
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FinCEN Proposes KYC For Withdrawing Cryptocurrency To Private Wallets 12/18/2020

I 'believe' this only applies to USA BTC/Crypto Exchanges like Coinbase?

https://bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/fincen-proposes-kyc-for-withdrawing-cryptocurrency-to-private-wallets

This shoe just dropped. To me it does not look like that big a deal....and was expected...but I know zip, others on here?

Smarter than myself? I also started a thread for more details. (Hey, it's over my head, need smarter analysis!)

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5301400.0

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it does not apply to private hodlers sending bitcoin to each other. only when it touches a companies wallet. which means that every US btc owner will transfer his/her coins to self custody in the next 14 days. less coins available on exchanges = bullish for bitcoin.
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/insert_gif Boom!
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December 19, 2020, 08:58:36 AM

I tested the address with some dust and that transaction is happily sitting there unconfirmed so definitely an issue at the Bitstamp end.  

That might be the reason. That test transaction might need to confirm first.

Nah the transactions aren’t linked.  The first transaction is from Bitstamp and the second transaction is from my wallet. 
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I tested the address with some dust and that transaction is happily sitting there unconfirmed so definitely an issue at the Bitstamp end.  

That might be the reason. That test transaction might need to confirm first.

Nah the transactions aren’t linked.  The first transaction is from Bitstamp and the second transaction is from my wallet. 

Maybe your socialist government stole them and called it a tax.
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December 19, 2020, 10:08:25 AM

I tested the address with some dust and that transaction is happily sitting there unconfirmed so definitely an issue at the Bitstamp end.  

That might be the reason. That test transaction might need to confirm first.

Nah the transactions aren’t linked.  The first transaction is from Bitstamp and the second transaction is from my wallet. 

Maybe your socialist government stole them and called it a tax.

Yeah. It's gone. Buy moar.
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