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May 18, 2017, 06:41:45 PM
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i was wondering if someont could clear something up for me... Ive been buying bitcoin on coinbase and sending to Polo to trade for other crypto, sometimes I buy BTC and sometimes I buy Eth, just now I bought both and sent both as an experiment, usually I have to wait for confirmations to finish before it shows up on polo, but in this case the BTC showed up in less than 15 minutes and im still waiting for the eth, but I check the send status on coin base and it says the btc is still pending with only 2 confirmations but eth is listed as completed... yet the bitcoin shows up and the eth does not...?  what amI missing? first of all i thought eth is supposed to move faster? and second, why would my BTC show up at polo before the confirmations completed on coinbase?
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May 18, 2017, 07:22:28 PM
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i was wondering if someont could clear something up for me... Ive been buying bitcoin on coinbase and sending to Polo to trade for other crypto, sometimes I buy BTC and sometimes I buy Eth, just now I bought both and sent both as an experiment, usually I have to wait for confirmations to finish before it shows up on polo, but in this case the BTC showed up in less than 15 minutes and im still waiting for the eth, but I check the send status on coin base and it says the btc is still pending with only 2 confirmations but eth is listed as completed... yet the bitcoin shows up and the eth does not...?  what amI missing? first of all i thought eth is supposed to move faster? and second, why would my BTC show up at polo before the confirmations completed on coinbase?

I think this topic should posted in Bitcoin discussion. I agree that the ethereum should be faster than bitcoin because bitcoins transaction nowadays is too long to confirm, but You don't like it to confirm your bitcoin in short period of time? I think you should be happy because bitcoin already confirmed, In ethereum just wait this coin it will confirm sooner or later.

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