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April 04, 2017, 01:26:47 AM
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So I'm using blockchain wallet for months. I usually put a higher fee. So I sent a transaction today like a normally do with a higher fee.
https://blockchain.info/tx/8adfd9fa8b1345fde61f104ecdc602a2ac19a4a73b6f0804c82d208b9c96a490
I realized that it never made it to receiving wallet. I checked on blockchain.info and I saw it there 'unconfirmed'
I ignored but when it didn't show up in other wallet for hours, I ran TX ID on trade block and found that transaction wasn't posted there.
My problem is not an unconfirmed transaction. My problem is that it isn't showing up at all on receiving end.
I sent 2 more transactions and exactly same thing happened to me there. I've some 6.7 confirmed btc in my wallet which I've to sell asap but I'm concerned that results will be sane if I try to move them.
Can anyone advise?
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April 04, 2017, 03:26:18 AM
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I have rebroadcasted the transaction for you so that it can propagate better.

The issue here is that the transaction did not propagate well, so not many nodes now about it (for example, mine did not). By rebroadcasting it, it should reach more nodes and thus reach miners and be more likely to be included in a block. It should confirm fairly quickly due to your absolutely massive (and completely unnecessary) transaction fee.

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April 04, 2017, 11:51:17 AM
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So I'm using blockchain wallet for months . . .

The issue here is that . . .

I agree.  Your use of blockchain.info as a wallet is your issue.  Their wallet has a reputation for having bugs. Over the years I've heard issues with their wallet regarding insufficient fees, insufficient transaction propagation, negative balances, downtime on their website, failing to orphan a block when a longer chain comes along, improperly handling non-standard transactions, etc.  You might want to consider finding a new wallet

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