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May 04, 2017, 04:27:49 PM
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https://blockchain.info/tx/d7e307b1fae6f5d238666e96279752f29bba803e2ce7338098de23871a6c78fe

This is total horsecrap.  Angry

I've tried the viabtc accelerator route but so far they haven't mined a block yet.

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May 04, 2017, 04:58:42 PM
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I agree.

If the current fee for fast confirmation is 0.00000220 BTC per byte, it is total horsecrap to pay a fee of only 0.00000064 BTC per byte and expect fast confirmation or complain about slow confirmation.

Each block of transactions is limited to 1 megabyte.  If you aren't willing to pay more per byte than at least 1 megabyte of other transactions, then why would you expect that your transaction would make it into a block?  Why should someone else have to pay for your transaction?

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May 04, 2017, 06:09:11 PM
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https://blockchain.info/tx/d7e307b1fae6f5d238666e96279752f29bba803e2ce7338098de23871a6c78fe

This is total horsecrap.  Angry

I've tried the viabtc accelerator route but so far they haven't mined a block yet.
ViaBTC have no economic incentive to accelerate your transaction so all they have is an agenda to increase their popularity among people who are too stingy to set a normal fee for their transaction. 

If you're using any normal wallet, you can choose your fee, and it should be set to the current recommended fee or higher.  In its current state, Bitcoin is not for quick confirmations.

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May 06, 2017, 05:08:53 AM
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I occasionally do so, about four days to confirm the transaction, when used to exchange the feeling is a little inconvenient, but now there are too many transactions at a time

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May 06, 2017, 07:29:54 AM
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https://blockchain.info/tx/d7e307b1fae6f5d238666e96279752f29bba803e2ce7338098de23871a6c78fe

This is total horsecrap.  Angry

I've tried the viabtc accelerator route but so far they haven't mined a block yet.
ViaBTC have no economic incentive to accelerate your transaction so all they have is an agenda to increase their popularity among people who are too stingy to set a normal fee for their transaction. 

If you're using any normal wallet, you can choose your fee, and it should be set to the current recommended fee or higher.  In its current state, Bitcoin is not for quick confirmations.
I don't know why people do always believe on that ViaBtc accelerator I do think they can affect to fasten up the confirmation of a certain transaction.I have tried it once but still confirmation took so long but well I strongly believe because of the build up of unconfirmed transactions on the network if you try to see it as of my writing its almost 180k.



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