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I've compiled a short list of websites that will broadcast your raw transaction
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BitCoin (1MB block variety)

Updated: 2023-10-14

Transaction Broadcast



Accelerate transaction hash


Other links:

SharpPusher, broadcast BTC, BCC(BCH) transactions to the network


Caveat Emptor - Let the buyer beware.
As with any online service, do your own due diligence.




Other related services:


Further reading:


Command Line Options:
You can also use the

[/list][/list][/list]
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sendrawtransaction

command in your BitCoin Core /  wallet

Push directly to the network by contacting nodes via a simple code. Basically the "Sending a transaction: tx" part of bitcoins hard way article.

( Bitcoins the hard way: Using the raw Bitcoin protocol - http://www.righto.com/2014/02/bitcoins-hard-way-using-raw-bitcoin.html )

People who run Bitcoin Core nodes can also use the sendrawtransaction rpc command to broadcast any transaction which they have the hex for.



BitCoin CASH (variable block size variety)


Other related services:


Further reading:

Command Line Options:

BXT is a clone of BitCoin Core and can push via the

Code:
resendwallettransactions

or

Code:
sendrawtransaction
    (more information as it comes to hand...)




Other BitCoin Derivatives:

https://bcx.info/tx/send



Other Altcoins:





Suggestions and comments welcome and please leave a message with any other URL's that you find.

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The wiki has a couple more


And of course my favorite method ... drum roll ... Push directly to the network by contacting nodes via a simple code. Basically the "Sending a transaction: tx" part of bitcoins hard way article.

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The wiki has a couple more


And of course my favorite method ... drum roll ... Push directly to the network by contacting nodes via a simple code. Basically the "Sending a transaction: tx" part of bitcoins hard way article.

Thanks for the information, I've updated the OP and I'm just combing the Wiki for additional URL's.

(Have also added Moloch's Bitcoin Transaction Broadcaster http://services.moloch.net/broadcast but am getting Failed To Connect: Connection Refused error message.

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Yeah, that's why I didn't post it. I could never push anything with Moloch's tool!
The same with webbtc, it was working for some time but I guess their node is no longer updating. It is stuck on block 443888.

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Some shameless promotion, but my website also allows you to push raw transactions to my own node:
http://www.mocacinno.com/page/txpusher

BTW: if you want to keep your thread clean, PM me if you want me to remove this message after you've read it Smiley

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Some shameless promotion, but my website also allows you to push raw transactions to my own node:
http://www.mocacinno.com/page/txpusher

BTW: if you want to keep your thread clean, PM me if you want me to remove this message after you've read it Smiley

Thanks for the heads up, I've added your URL to the list (am going to add to the bottom for now and maybe later will alphabetise the list).

No need to delete your post, it might encourage others to post their links too.

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I don't think you should have the Transaction Fee Booster listed here. It's currently unmaintained, has some weird bugs, and can be a bit difficult to use.



People who run Bitcoin Core nodes can also use the sendrawtransaction rpc command to broadcast any transaction which they have the hex for.

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May 29, 2017, 05:50:59 PM
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I've compiled a short list of websites that will broadcast your raw transaction,
Good list and good guide.
Probably for more advanced users, not too much people need to send raws.
Anyway, any guide which can help some bitcoiner is good thing for bitcoin, kudos to you!
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I don't think you should have the Transaction Fee Booster listed here. It's currently unmaintained, has some weird bugs, and can be a bit difficult to use.



People who run Bitcoin Core nodes can also use the sendrawtransaction rpc command to broadcast any transaction which they have the hex for.

I've amended the listing to show that it isn't working.

I've compiled a short list of websites that will broadcast your raw transaction,
Good list and good guide.
Probably for more advanced users, not too much people need to send raws.
Anyway, any guide which can help some bitcoiner is good thing for bitcoin, kudos to you!

Thanks for the kudos, any guides are good guides. Smiley

Suggestions and more details always appreciated.

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Have added four more from the Wiki Page that are working:


I've also used random.org 's randomiser to resort the list of sites so as not to show favoritism to any one site (and I'll probably re-shuffle the list periodically so the ones at the top of the list don't get all the traffic)

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Just a little project:
SharpPusher, broadcast bitcoin transactions to the network



Just some points:
The blockchain.info API has proven to be a bit tricky! So please let me know if you encountered any weird responses.
This is for Windows only (sorry!). But I have .Net core in my learning backlog and will make it multiplatform in the future, hopefully.  Grin

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Just a little project:
SharpPusher, broadcast bitcoin transactions to the network

Just some points:
The blockchain.info API has proven to be a bit tricky! So please let me know if you encountered any weird responses.
This is for Windows only (sorry!). But I have .Net core in my learning backlog and will make it multiplatform in the future, hopefully.  Grin

Can this be ported for use with PortableApps.com?

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Can this be ported for use with PortableApps.com?

I am not familiar with that APP but took a quick look at their about page it seems like it will work.
My code doesn't need installing, you just have to compile it and you can just simply transfer the bin folder to any other computer running on windows (since it needs .Net framework) and double click and run it.

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Hello, thanks for letting me know this thread, I'm also having a TX accelerating service thread at,
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1934749

I'd like to add something since this is for beginners, there's a big difference between broadcasting transaction and accelerating transaction.
The former one doesn't "confirmed" your transaction, but just broadcast it to the network,
the latter one is usually a paid services where we subsidize the miners from mining pool to prioritize on including your TX to next block regardless of your fees.
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Hello, thanks for letting me know this thread, I'm also having a TX accelerating service thread at,
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1934749

I'd like to add something since this is for beginners, there's a big difference between broadcasting transaction and accelerating transaction.
The former one doesn't "confirmed" your transaction, but just broadcast it to the network,
the latter one is usually a paid services where we subsidize the miners from mining pool to prioritize on including your TX to next block regardless of your fees.

I'll add you listing under There are also two services that will process your TX transaction:

Perhaps I should add "For a fee"?

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This is a nice list.

Here's one to consider adding under Predicting Bitcoin Fees:

https://jochen-hoenicke.de/queue/#2w

It's better for seeing trending direction of the mempool.

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Have added cyyap95's TX accelerating service thread and the vh suggested Predicting Bitcoin Fees: https://jochen-hoenicke.de/queue/#2w

Am just trying to get some formatting sorted.

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Since you are listing Fee Estimation, here is another one: https://bitcoinfees.github.io/

Have added https://bitcoinfees.github.io/

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Another one, with fees estimation which I like it firstly for its simplicity and secondly because plots the distribution of fees in unconfirmed transactions here
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Another one, with fees estimation which I like it firstly for its simplicity and secondly because plots the distribution of fees in unconfirmed transactions here

Have added http://bitcoinexchangerate.org/fees to the list of other related services - not sure why it thinks a lower fee will get a transaction into the next block while a higher fee will get into a block in an hour to twenty-four hours, but it gives some interesting data.

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