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November 11, 2017, 12:49:51 AM
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I followed your steps and the broadcast page says Missing Inputs. Any ideas? Thanks again.
Can you post the "signed" transaction hex here? use [ code ] tags and I'll try broadcasting from my node

Failing that, you'll just need to try broadcasting from various other services... refer: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1938621.0

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November 11, 2017, 12:53:17 AM
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I followed your steps and the broadcast page says Missing Inputs. Any ideas? Thanks again.
Can you post the "signed" transaction hex here? use [ code ] tags and I'll try broadcasting from my node

Failing that, you'll just need to try broadcasting from various other services...

Here you go! Thanks!

010000000110b1bc12a21ce42e203626be988f984ac752953cd5a47de0578f1616123e510e04000 0008b4830450221009f73170288fadf34905bda19c59ee24d768bc2a0d20d428865a003e0d7bef6 da02205168a891732998aadc2cb139e1d282cbe3f225de0a8188bd63af249535bd26af0141042ad 13353a5e65b4578a0f64b4cabe3c753646bfe410b682f9bda3c1399a725c8fa3b1be5a4bc8db38a 68a5126b2356d491b87b15e73d00815a88eb8c3b16dba8ffffffff01c0d8a700000000001976a91 4ba1d1bad8ce20faf2622584536b365868235ac1e88ac00000000
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November 11, 2017, 12:58:02 AM
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DOH! I just realised that I told you the wrong transactionID... it should have been: d225ac3049d320b42af24f613cc46955b56afd0722c8600c9e1f91a5659087eb

TransactionID: d225ac3049d320b42af24f613cc46955b56afd0722c8600c9e1f91a5659087eb
N: 4
Script: 76a914e1e35fbcb0d414b9f560dd54e45e58d17ecd5d3688ac
Amount: 0.11567874

Redo the raw transaction, sign it... and again, try broadcasting it... and paste it here

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November 11, 2017, 01:03:39 AM
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Code:
0100000001eb879065a5911f9e0c60c82207fd6ab55569c43c614ff22ab420d34930ac25d2040000008b483045022100d0e83b8863316631b38e1e9fde24d0934b13d595d66da37068fea4189aa5a91702205a7977e3eb3d851ec4b95aeb9302449e79838ee50e396da5e33a01a6608b49030141042ad13353a5e65b4578a0f64b4cabe3c753646bfe410b682f9bda3c1399a725c8fa3b1be5a4bc8db38a68a5126b2356d491b87b15e73d00815a88eb8c3b16dba8ffffffff01c0d8a700000000001976a914ba1d1bad8ce20faf2622584536b365868235ac1e88ac00000000

Here is the new one - now it says mempool conflict
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November 11, 2017, 01:16:06 AM
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Yeah... because of the previous transaction, the network is for the most part rejecting it as a "double spend" Undecided

I tried to broadcast it on my node, it gave me the "transactionID", so it didn't reject it outright... but I'm not sure you will be able to get it to broadcast. Your best bet now is to try and contact some miners and see if they will include your transaction into a block for you. I have no idea how to do that.

Maybe if the "fraud" transction doesn't confirm for a while, it might start getting dropped from various nodes, and you might be able to broadcast your new transaction. You'll just have to keep trying.

Other than that, there really isn't anything else you can do... sorry Sad Undecided

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November 11, 2017, 01:17:41 AM
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I don't understand this too well but I would have thought the trx id to have been the first one you suggested:
0e513e1216168f57e07da4d53c9552c74a988f98be2636202ee41ca212bcb110

the second one:d225ac3049d320b42af24f613cc46955b56afd0722c8600c9e1f91a5659087eb
was the original transfer of funds into this bcoiner wallet.

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November 11, 2017, 01:24:06 AM
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Exactly... The second TXID (d225a) that I posted is the one that actually contains the UTXO that you're trying to "spend"... the first TXID (0e513) is the transaction that the "thief" has broadcast.

That's why it originally said "missing input"... and now it says "mempool conflict"...

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November 11, 2017, 01:29:33 AM
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Exactly... The second TXID (d225a) that I posted is the one that actually contains the UTXO that you're trying to "spend"... the first TXID (0e513) is the transaction that the "thief" has broadcast.

That's why it originally said "missing input"... and now it says "mempool conflict"...

Gotcha, so now I need to keep trying to rebroadcast this hex encoded trx? Is a miner able to work with the hex encoded or do they need a trx id?
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November 11, 2017, 01:52:54 AM
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I know this is going to come off scammy but I'd be willing to try a few things if you gave me that private key and an address to send it to. At this point you're in a race anyway, it's going to be lost regardless so taking some faith that some random dude might help you out is a leap I know but it's hard to explain all the methods I might try in a forum post. I totally understand if you're not willing though, but figured I may as well offer it. Maybe HCP is interested too and you could try us both.

If this post is frowned upon I'll delete it, just trying to help in the race and maybe earn a small reward. I also like a challenge.

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November 11, 2017, 03:08:08 AM
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I know this is going to come off scammy but I'd be willing to try a few things if you gave me that private key and an address to send it to. At this point you're in a race anyway, it's going to be lost regardless so taking some faith that some random dude might help you out is a leap I know but it's hard to explain all the methods I might try in a forum post. I totally understand if you're not willing though, but figured I may as well offer it. Maybe HCP is interested too and you could try us both.

If this post is frowned upon I'll delete it, just trying to help in the race and maybe earn a small reward. I also like a challenge.

Never mind on this request. My apologies. I think your only hope now is to hope the tx fee is so low that it expires from a mempool before it gets confirmed. That or find the miners, yeah.

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November 11, 2017, 03:50:27 AM
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Gotcha, so now I need to keep trying to rebroadcast this hex encoded trx? Is a miner able to work with the hex encoded or do they need a trx id?
The TXID won't help unless they have the transaction in their mempool... you'll probably find they're more likely to need the hex encoded transaction.

If you can get a "referral code" for F2Pool, this site might help... I *think* it might be putting transactions directly into their mempool and trying to mine them: https://www.f2pool.com/pushtx

No idea how you go about getting a "referral code" tho... maybe message their support? Huh

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November 11, 2017, 04:24:24 PM
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Hi guys,

I worked on this late last night trying different things - I have no idea what did it, but one of the attempts went through and 0.11 bitcoin ended up in my wallet and I paid 0.00567874 in fees. Couldn't be happier, thanks everyone!
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November 11, 2017, 05:04:52 PM
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Hi guys,

I worked on this late last night trying different things - I have no idea what did it, but one of the attempts went through and 0.11 bitcoin ended up in my wallet and I paid 0.00567874 in fees. Couldn't be happier, thanks everyone!

Hey, that's great to hear! Very happy for you, learned a couple things myself in trying to help so glad we both benefited.

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