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October 23, 2017, 07:37:48 PM
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Hello everyone,

Today without paying attention I obviously done a big noob mistake and now some coins are stuck in limbo  Cry

While reloading my ledger wallet I noticed that a transfer I was expecting arrived, so I proceed to do another transfer (with high priority fees), made in part with the received funds. Doing several things at once was once again a bad idea as I did not check that the transfer just arrived and was at 0 confirmation... I did the other transfer and of course everything remained stuck and has been for the last 5-6 hours.

So my question is, will it eventually unstuck? I now intend to educate myself on the matter, to avoid doing anything remotely this stupid again but would very much appreciate if you could let me know what to expect and stop reloading the ledger page.

Here is a capture of the ledger wallet.

https://ibb.co/gusQ0m

Thank you all for your help!
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October 23, 2017, 07:45:34 PM
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Do you know the transaction IDs?  In all likelihood everything will work out, but with more info, people can give more help.
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October 23, 2017, 07:47:08 PM
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Hello everyone,

Today without paying attention I obviously done a big noob mistake and now some coins are stuck in limbo  Cry

While reloading my ledger wallet I noticed that a transfer I was expecting arrived, so I proceed to do another transfer (with high priority fees), made in part with the received funds. Doing several things at once was once again a bad idea as I did not check that the transfer just arrived and was at 0 confirmation... I did the other transfer and of course everything remained stuck and has been for the last 5-6 hours.

So my question is, will it eventually unstuck? I now intend to educate myself on the matter, to avoid doing anything remotely this stupid again but would very much appreciate if you could let me know what to expect and stop reloading the ledger page.

Here is a capture of the ledger wallet.

https://ibb.co/gusQ0m

Thank you all for your help!
just wait for 24 hours then contact ledger team,see as you can fighured out that you have made a mistake its true you should have waited for 2 confirmations ateast  and wait for the 1st to arrived but one thing is sure you coins are not lost its only stucked ,and you will get those eventually
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October 23, 2017, 07:55:02 PM
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Thanks cr1776 and cryptosaly for the quick replies Smiley

The first transaction ID (received coins) is 2f590784a45d2884f40a784d9d90aa070ca891a174bf0bbcce9e6927d669164f
The second transaction ID (sent coins) is a6a7999c9504609ad787f002aa3157dff12af1d89af6986daa74614e17d239a0

It is good to know that in any case the coins are not lost in limbo for ever that's a relief Smiley
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October 23, 2017, 08:07:45 PM
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The first transaction ID (received coins) is 2f590784a45d2884f40a784d9d90aa070ca891a174bf0bbcce9e6927d669164f

The person that sent you those bitcoins made the exact same mistake as you.  They sent you the bitcoins before they confirmed in their wallet.

Therefore, the transaction to you will not confirm until after the transaction to them confirms.

Note that this is actually a chain of 5 transactions that are all unconfirmed:

Transaction 07955c848d5cb63b9208eb45f84495956ef6c2f7d0163cd2258052b43a76e773 is unconfirmed.

The bitcoins from that transaction were used in transaction 4c79b90abda4c05e825a66b90e9009d09596695828468c3ae6b845e9fa17b4e0 which cannot confirm until the previous transaction confirms.

The bitcoins from that transaction were used in transaction 6597a8ef18ac8261f4db610f5f3e9c0c222bb828311df54c11fe4c27db219827 which cannot confirm until the previous transaction confirms.

The bitcoins from that transaction were used to send bitcoins to you with transaction 2f590784a45d2884f40a784d9d90aa070ca891a174bf0bbcce9e6927d669164f which cannot confirm until the previous transaction confirms.

You used the bitcoins from that transaction to send bitcoins with transaction a6a7999c9504609ad787f002aa3157dff12af1d89af6986daa74614e17d239a0 which cannot confirm until the previous transaction confirms.


Also note that even though you paid a transaction fee of 104 satoshis per Byte in your transaction, all the other transactions that you are waiting on only paid a transaction fee of 22 satoshis per Byte.  Therefore, it may take a while for them all to confirm.

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October 25, 2017, 08:58:52 AM
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Hello ! Thanks DannyHamilton for this thorough explanation!

It all worked out as you guys said.

Thank you all for your answers and for bearing with me! Smiley

Cheers everyone
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