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May 18, 2017, 10:27:13 PM
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Hi, due to confirmation issues with default blockchain.info fee I'd like to know if it is possible to set the fee in the wallet interface or alter it while sending. I once heard it is possible but couldn't find (it is very strange).
Please point me in the right direction, e.g. a tutorial link or just tell where to look for this option. Or it is not possible?
Thanks.
P.S. If you never used blockchain.info but know xxx wallet where you can do this - please do not reply. This thread is only about blockchain.info service.
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May 18, 2017, 11:04:34 PM
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Look for the "Advanced Send" button during the sending BTC process.  You will then note that you can change blockchain.info's suggested fee.  I ALWAYS change it, raise the fee, especially in these days of so many unconfirmed transactions.  My rule of thumb for "important" transactions (ones I want confirmed ASAP rather than waiting around) is about $0.75 - $1.00 (500 Satoshi) per BTC address involved (total sending & receiving), $2.00 or maybe a little less is what I send (simple transaction).  Almost always that high fee means the trx goes through the first or second block afterwards.

Most of my transactions are over $100.
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