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March 01, 2017, 08:54:21 AM
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Hey guys,
Please forgive me, I am what you would could call a Bitcoin 'Newbie'
I've got a smallish transaction (0.049 BTC) that's been unconfirmed for over 30 hours now, i know I should have used a higher fee but just stuck with the recommended.  Cry

is there anything i can do to move it along?

https://blockchain.info/tx/c9b68a39a713b413f4a8bddb5112e4f15f9f473a60e4955492107eb4b10bc5bd

Many thanks!!
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March 01, 2017, 09:00:25 AM
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Hey guys,
Please forgive me, I am what you would could call a Bitcoin 'Newbie'
I've got a smallish transaction (0.049 BTC) that's been unconfirmed for over 30 hours now, i know I should have used a higher fee but just stuck with the recommended.  Cry

is there anything i can do to move it along?

https://blockchain.info/tx/c9b68a39a713b413f4a8bddb5112e4f15f9f473a60e4955492107eb4b10bc5bd

Many thanks!!

I offer some tips at the bottom of my feechecker tool:
http://mocacinno.com/feecheck.php?txid=c9b68a39a713b413f4a8bddb5112e4f15f9f473a60e4955492107eb4b10bc5bd

Other than that, achow101 has devoted a topic to this problem:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1802212

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March 01, 2017, 12:28:41 PM
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70 satoshis/bytes is too low fee actually ...     you should consider doubling it  ( at least )

actually according to https://bitcoinfees.21.co/  , we are now at ....  200 sat/bytes  !!!  Shocked


yeah, that's sucks...   a few days ago, when it was still at 145  sat/bytes, it was already crazy.



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March 01, 2017, 02:05:45 PM
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I'm having the same problem (fee is roughly 116 sat/byte): https://blockchain.info/tx/8d1a98d067b68bf524b64a2bee57931e3f6b5414de425e701f5707b5cf65983d

Unfortunately, this transaction is made by withdrawing some funds from a gambling site. The only thing I could was was to add the transaction to the viabtc accelerator tool. Until now, still nothing  Angry

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March 01, 2017, 02:18:33 PM
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I'm having the same problem (fee is roughly 116 sat/byte): https://blockchain.info/tx/8d1a98d067b68bf524b64a2bee57931e3f6b5414de425e701f5707b5cf65983d

Unfortunately, this transaction is made by withdrawing some funds from a gambling site. The only thing I could was was to add the transaction to the viabtc accelerator tool. Until now, still nothing  Angry

looks like it's confirmed.

Next time, there are several things you can do to speed things up...
  • my website mocacinno.com has a CPFP generator built-in to the (in) sufficient fee checker... Since you were the receiver, you could have attempted a CPFP
  • you could have offered a bounty to Quickseller or macbook-air
  • you could have used viabtc's accellerator (which you did)
  • you could have waited, periodically rebroadcasting the raw, signed transaction
  • you could have contacted the sender's support department. I haven't checked if the tx was opt-in RBF, but even if it wasn't the support dept could have double-spend the unconfirmed inputs to your transaction to create a new transaction with a higher fee (altough i doubt most support depts would go this far)

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