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July 13, 2017, 08:54:07 AM
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hi,

i sent bitcoin from multibit to electrum with low fee because i didnt knew what is my transaction size, only after i send it which is: 51978 (bytes) and the fee rate per byte is 1.02 sat/Byte.

how long will it takes to confirm the transactions? i dont mind waiting few days but how can i be sure that my transaction will go through?

thanks.
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July 13, 2017, 11:54:54 AM
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It will probably be a lot longer than a few days... even with the fees and the number of unconfirmed transactions being a lot lower than last month.

Sadly, you can't even use the ViaBTC TX Accelerator as you're below 10 sats/byte... Sad However, if you post the TXID I can try and accelerate it via another method.

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July 13, 2017, 06:59:13 PM
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... how can i be sure that my transaction will go through?

You could contact either quickseller or macbook-air and offer to pay a small fee to get it confirmed. Macbook-air is in charge of a mining pool that could confirm it, and quickseller has access to the pool's transaction accelerator. They don't charge very much to get transactions confirmed.
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