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May 09, 2017, 07:12:41 PM
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Buyer send me transactions from his blockchain wallet more thatn 24 hours ago.As I see the fee is not that low but the transactions has 0 confirmations.Can someone help me or at least tell me approximately how long would it take.Also when I tried ViaBTC accelerator got message that such transaction does not exist.This is my transaction ID ea1dc63f9cdd6d274a3b96b8b6e7c7fb25206a28233bc25af6bfe63de4b35c7e.
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May 09, 2017, 08:03:12 PM
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120sat/byte is too low currently, so it will probably confirm within next 24 hours i would say. Depends on your luck.
The mempool is filled with alot of transactions so i can totally relate to what you are feeling right now.


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May 09, 2017, 08:07:42 PM
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Also keep in mind that your transaction has an input that comes from a transaction that is also not confirmed: a6631206094461b357f2da764eafe1fd3b9385f00813ed3549f76936ea46f92c

So there are 2 transactions with 120 sat/byte that need to be confirmed: yours and the source for some of your money.

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May 09, 2017, 08:27:54 PM
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Well, your transaction was not seen by all nodes, that's why ViaBTC said that your transaction couldn't be found.
I've pushed your transaction to the network again so that ViaBTC hopefully recognize your transaction as known.
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May 09, 2017, 08:28:29 PM
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As NeuroticFish has pointed out...

Your buyer used unconfirmed bitcoins to pay you.

The payment to you can NOT confirm until the payment to your buyer confirms.

The payment to your buyer only included a transaction fee of 0.00000120 BTC per byte.  The current recommended fee for fast confirmation is approximately 0.00000220 BTC per byte.  As such, the transaction they received won't confirm until there are less transactions with higher fees waiting to be confirmed, or until some generous miner (or pool) decides to confirm the low fee transaction out of the charity in their heart.

The payment from your buyer to you ALSO only included a transaction fee of 0.00000120 BTC per byte. As such, after the transaction to your buyer confirms, the transaction to you  won't confirm until there are less transactions with higher fees waiting to be confirmed, or until some generous miner (or pool) decides to confirm the low fee transaction out of the charity in their heart.

Tell your buyer not to send transactions with insufficient fees in the future if he wants to receive the product or service in a short amount of time.  Tell your buyer also not to spend unconfirmed transactions when he sends to you.  If his wallet was responsible for creating the annoying transaction without his influence, then tell him he should consider a better wallet that doesn't create such inconvenient transactions.

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May 09, 2017, 08:29:43 PM
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I do not mind waiting another 24 hours as long as the transaction gets confirmed.What warries methough is what NeuroticFish says.Could this be some kind of a scam and the person who sent the transaction did it on purpose so eventually he can get the coins back to his wallet.
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May 09, 2017, 08:40:28 PM
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I do not mind waiting another 24 hours as long as the transaction gets confirmed.What warries methough is what NeuroticFish says.Could this be some kind of a scam and the person who sent the transaction did it on purpose so eventually he can get the coins back to his wallet.
If it has been unconfirmed for a week then the owner receive his sent bitcoins back but it's unlikely.
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May 09, 2017, 09:04:23 PM
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Could this be some kind of a scam and the person who sent the transaction did it on purpose so eventually he can get the coins back to his wallet.

Yes.

You should definitely NOT provide ANY product or service until the transaction has at least one confirmation.  Once it has a confirmation, it will be pretty safe.  If it has two confirmations, you can consider it permanent.

However, as long as it is unconfirmed, there is a possibility (intentionally or accidentally) that the transaction could vanish and you'll be left without the bitcoins at all.

The mining pool at ViaBTC.com has a service that will confirm a transaction in the next block that they solve.  You can find that service here:
https://www.viabtc.com/tools/txaccelerator/

The service only accepts 100 transactions per hour, so you'll want to try it as close to the top of the hour as you can, before many other people have used it.  If it says it has already reached the limit, you can try again every hour until you get in soon enough.

You'll need to first add the transaction ID of the transaction that was sent to your buyer (
a6631206094461b357f2da764eafe1fd3b9385f00813ed3549f76936ea46f92c ).  Then once that is confirmed, you can go back and add your transaction ID.

If you are in a hurry, you could also offer to pay a small fee to someone that has access to choose which transactions a mining pool confirmed in exchange for them adding both of these transactions to their next block.  There are a few users here at bitcointalk that have that ability.  Try contacting the user with the ID:  Quickseller


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May 09, 2017, 09:17:14 PM
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I submit the both transactions in the accelerator and got Acceleration succeeded on both of them.Also contacted the suggested member and asked him for help.I very much appreciate all the responses I received from you guy.I am glad to say that I learned some things and will be more carefull when dealing next time around.I hope my efforts with submiting the transactions through the accelerator will eventually cause the transactions to confirm.
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