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February 26, 2017, 08:56:02 PM
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Hi, im here back again Cry

i send a transaction but i think i shut down the pc to fast
transaction id

e1d332cb179575af87dd3a3de24923531ef59de990794b57d006cec507f058b0

blockchain dont show it

but blockexplorer does shows it ?

https://blockexplorer.com/tx/e1d332cb179575af87dd3a3de24923531ef59de990794b57d006cec507f058b0

any idea about that the money is still in my wallet bitcoin core, do i need to add -rescan ?

thanks for ure help
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February 26, 2017, 10:52:43 PM
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The problem isn't with your wallet. Once the transaction is broadcast to a node, the node will continue to relay the information and the transaction will propagate through the network. If you don't see a transaction on Blockchain.info, it might be because:
1) They didn't have a node that relayed that transaction to them.
2) They chose to exlude it.

In this case, the problem is likely with the former. The transaction pays too little fee and it isn't higher than the minimum relay fee in the reference inplementation (0.00005BTC/KB). Nodes will not relay your transaction if the fee is too low.














 

 

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February 26, 2017, 10:55:30 PM
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The problem isn't with your wallet. Once the transaction is broadcast to a node, the node will continue to relay the information and the transaction will propagate through the network. If you don't see a transaction on Blockchain.info, it might be because:
1) They didn't have a node that relayed that transaction to them.
2) They chose to exlude it.

In this case, the problem is likely with the former. The transaction pays too little fee and it isn't higher than the minimum relay fee in the reference inplementation (0.00005BTC/KB). Nodes will not relay your transaction if the fee is too low.


but the money is still in my wallet and i dont see it in m transactions Cry
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February 26, 2017, 11:05:14 PM
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If the coins are still in your wallet then what is your pain here?  you paid a fee of 0.00000226 for a 225 bytes transaction? it will never get confirmed.
Try spending with at least 0.00015 for a 30 minutes confirm time.

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February 26, 2017, 11:10:55 PM
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If the coins are still in your wallet then what is your pain here?  you paid a fee of 0.00000226 for a 225 bytes transaction? it will never get confirmed.
Try spending with at least 0.00015 for a 30 minutes confirm time.

wel if i send it again, and the first one goes true i paid 2 times ....
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February 27, 2017, 01:51:24 AM
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If the coins are still in your wallet then what is your pain here?  you paid a fee of 0.00000226 for a 225 bytes transaction? it will never get confirmed.
Try spending with at least 0.00015 for a 30 minutes confirm time.

wel if i send it again, and the first one goes true i paid 2 times ....

I don't knoe if this is possible on bitcoin core, try to spend the inputs or change if there is any with a much higher fee, i read somewhere about 'child pays for parent' thing and this might help you

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February 27, 2017, 02:14:07 AM
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there is no unconfirmed incoming transfer to your wallet by any chance ?

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February 27, 2017, 10:12:50 AM
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no just now i see the transaction in my wallet and the money is off my wallet so thats a good thing i think?
it says in the mempool ?

but still no sign on blockchain Shocked
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February 27, 2017, 06:53:39 PM
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2) They chose to exlude it.
This^

Blockchain.info as a block explorer has always been an odd one! It has been a couple of months that they suddenly decided not so show transactions with low/zero fees on their block explorer and your transaction with 226 satoshi fee is considered pretty low so blockchain.info doesn't show it.

And it is odd because as a public service (a block explorer) they shouldn't exclude any valid transaction that is being relayed by nodes even if it has low fees!

my wallet bitcoin core,

If you are running bitcoin core (a full node) why do you even bother with block explorers? Just send the transaction again with higher fees if you don't see it in your wallet!

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February 27, 2017, 06:59:15 PM
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2) They chose to exlude it.
This^

Blockchain.info as a block explorer has always been an odd one! It has been a couple of months that they suddenly decided not so show transactions with low/zero fees on their block explorer and your transaction with 226 satoshi fee is considered pretty low so blockchain.info doesn't show it.

And it is odd because as a public service (a block explorer) they shouldn't exclude any valid transaction that is being relayed by nodes even if it has low fees!

my wallet bitcoin core,

If you are running bitcoin core (a full node) why do you even bother with block explorers? Just send the transaction again with higher fees if you don't see it in your wallet!

Well sudden I was going of my wallet So now I dont have The money on it, so I cannot send it again om gona wait 72h nothing more I can do? :/
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