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July 24, 2017, 05:08:11 AM
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Someone dropped 3.369 BTC into the Bitcoin Doubler address...
It was me.

EDIT: or is it because of this: "64: non-mandatory-script-verify-flag (Witness program hash mismatch) (code -26)"??
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July 24, 2017, 05:54:20 PM
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Then some Tx hierarchically upward in the same Tx chain.
Correct.
I think you'll find the one he REALLY wants confirmed is: https://blockchain.info/tx/5583fa42048380aecd6c8fdd88b868977e833b85ac385e074973d8d3c86686c5

Someone dropped 3.369 BTC into the Bitcoin Doubler address... using a 3,146.853 sat/B fee no less!!?! Shocked That TX is still unconfirmed... I'm wondering if it is because of the 0.00000001 sat input? Huh In any case, that TX hasn't propagated... and only seems to be visible on b.info... because they'll propagate pretty much anything! Roll Eyes

EDIT: or is it because of this: "64: non-mandatory-script-verify-flag (Witness program hash mismatch) (code -26)"??

or even this: " 256: absurdly-high-fee" ??
It still not confirm and looks like it will never be confirm or even it will confirm possible the doubler  or the investment site where you invest your almost 3 btc possible your investment can be lose..
Or i think this is the new another way of scammers ponzi site makers who made that site  they are making are fake..
As i can seen its a large amount of the fee but its still no confirm.
@op Did you already tried to send it even in viabtc or hire someone to push it.. ?

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July 24, 2017, 08:30:42 PM
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Then some Tx hierarchically upward in the same Tx chain.
Correct.
I think you'll find the one he REALLY wants confirmed is: https://blockchain.info/tx/5583fa42048380aecd6c8fdd88b868977e833b85ac385e074973d8d3c86686c5

Someone dropped 3.369 BTC into the Bitcoin Doubler address... using a 3,146.853 sat/B fee no less!!?! Shocked That TX is still unconfirmed... I'm wondering if it is because of the 0.00000001 sat input? Huh In any case, that TX hasn't propagated... and only seems to be visible on b.info... because they'll propagate pretty much anything! Roll Eyes

EDIT: or is it because of this: "64: non-mandatory-script-verify-flag (Witness program hash mismatch) (code -26)"??

or even this: " 256: absurdly-high-fee" ??
It still not confirm and looks like it will never be confirm or even it will confirm possible the doubler  or the investment site where you invest your almost 3 btc possible your investment can be lose..
Or i think this is the new another way of scammers ponzi site makers who made that site  they are making are fake..
As i can seen its a large amount of the fee but its still no confirm.
@op Did you already tried to send it even in viabtc or hire someone to push it.. ?

It's a fake transaction, it will never confirm. There is no bitcoin to sent nor recieve to that adress. He's probably just advertising his site through this site, which, in itself, is pretty sad..

He already pulled back this TX days ago.

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July 24, 2017, 08:56:49 PM
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Only trying to promote a scam site. Anyone can import that private key into Electrum or other wallet to see that the address has no transactions at all and I think the transactions in the picture below will never confirm. Sad to see where a person evil intentions (scammer) arrives just to steal unsuspecting people from their bitcoin. Be careful people.

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