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May 18, 2017, 09:30:40 AM
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Just send BTC with 31sat/bytes fee and received 3 confirmation within 5 min !!!
https://blockchain.info/tx/81f749304a58590b5124cfb9758848fa71d14162dad8c844c1ecdfc9b0d9ba53

How is it possible at the current network busy?

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May 18, 2017, 09:36:01 AM
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Just send BTC with 31sat/bytes fee and received 3 confirmation within 5 min !!!
https://blockchain.info/tx/81f749304a58590b5124cfb9758848fa71d14162dad8c844c1ecdfc9b0d9ba53

How is it possible at the current network busy?

Just guessing here, but many of the inputs you used were "older" and +1 BTC... So this transaction must have had a rather big priority... Maybe you got lucky and were included into a block by a miner that still reserves some space in their blocks for a high priority transaction? It's rather rare nowadays tough, and i can't imagine that this transaction would have had one of the highest prioritys in the mempool either...
Or maybe you just got lucky period Wink

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