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November 12, 2017, 04:30:28 PM
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Its been 3 days and iv'e been waiting for this transaction to go threw and I woke up today seeing it still wasn't confirmed... What is going on and how can i make it go any faster, this is crazy.
77ec726f2b600d05075a321a2d96b06364e03e1d7cf7c4297ad8dd4dc6896f6f <<<<<Transaction ID
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November 12, 2017, 04:32:38 PM
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Are you the sender or receiver?

What wallet are you using? Since you have opt-in RBF enabled, you can replace it with a transaction with higher fees. This would differ from wallet to wallet as some wallet's don't allow their user to do this via GUI, some do.

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November 12, 2017, 04:38:10 PM
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I am the sender, also I am using electrum
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November 12, 2017, 04:45:01 PM
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I am the sender, also I am using electrum

Just wait a bit. In approx. 3.5 hours from this post, BCH will be less profitable to mine again, and the miners will move back to Bitcoin, and the transaction backlog will start to clear.

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November 12, 2017, 04:55:57 PM
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I am the sender, also I am using electrum
See the transaction, right click on the transaction and click "Increase the fee" and a dialog should show up for you to increase the fee. The amount that you are sending to the address will decrease however. I'm actually not really sure how Electrum handles it but that should be the case.

I'll see if I can accelerate it for you, just wait a few hours more before trying it out.
Just wait a bit. In approx. 3.5 hours from this post, BCH will be less profitable to mine again, and the miners will move back to Bitcoin, and the transaction backlog will start to clear.
There's way too much transaction with higher fees than OP and that is likely not the case.

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November 12, 2017, 05:06:03 PM
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I am the sender, also I am using electrum
See the transaction, right click on the transaction and click "Increase the fee" and a dialog should show up for you to increase the fee. The amount that you are sending to the address will decrease however. I'm actually not really sure how Electrum handles it but that should be the case.

I'll see if I can accelerate it for you, just wait a few hours more before trying it out.
Just wait a bit. In approx. 3.5 hours from this post, BCH will be less profitable to mine again, and the miners will move back to Bitcoin, and the transaction backlog will start to clear.
There's way too much transaction with higher fees than OP and that is likely not the case.

Once the transaction backlog starts to clear, a 400 byte transaction has high priority. As of this post, there's about 100MB of transactions in the mempool, with only about 15MB having higher fees than OP's transaction. Once the miners come back, they'll be fine.

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November 12, 2017, 05:11:13 PM
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I am the sender, also I am using electrum
See the transaction, right click on the transaction and click "Increase the fee" and a dialog should show up for you to increase the fee. The amount that you are sending to the address will decrease however. I'm actually not really sure how Electrum handles it but that should be the case.

I'll see if I can accelerate it for you, just wait a few hours more before trying it out.
Just wait a bit. In approx. 3.5 hours from this post, BCH will be less profitable to mine again, and the miners will move back to Bitcoin, and the transaction backlog will start to clear.
There's way too much transaction with higher fees than OP and that is likely not the case.

Once the transaction backlog starts to clear, a 400 byte transaction has high priority. As of this post, there's about 100MB of transactions in the mempool, with only about 15MB having higher fees than OP's transaction. Once the miners come back, they'll be fine.

there is no positive link between transaction size and priority. There used to be a link to the value of the unspent output, it's age and it's priority, but allmost no miners still take this priority into account.

As a matter of fact, if two transactions are equal in everything but their size, the transaction with the lowest size (thus the highest fee per WU) will have a higher chance of getting confirmed.

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November 12, 2017, 08:40:38 PM
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I am the sender, also I am using electrum
See the transaction, right click on the transaction and click "Increase the fee" and a dialog should show up for you to increase the fee. The amount that you are sending to the address will decrease however. I'm actually not really sure how Electrum handles it but that should be the case.

I'll see if I can accelerate it for you, just wait a few hours more before trying it out.
Just wait a bit. In approx. 3.5 hours from this post, BCH will be less profitable to mine again, and the miners will move back to Bitcoin, and the transaction backlog will start to clear.
There's way too much transaction with higher fees than OP and that is likely not the case.

Once the transaction backlog starts to clear, a 400 byte transaction has high priority. As of this post, there's about 100MB of transactions in the mempool, with only about 15MB having higher fees than OP's transaction. Once the miners come back, they'll be fine.

there is no positive link between transaction size and priority. There used to be a link to the value of the unspent output, it's age and it's priority, but allmost no miners still take this priority into account.

As a matter of fact, if two transactions are equal in everything but their size, the transaction with the lowest size (thus the highest fee per WU) will have a higher chance of getting confirmed.

That was a typo, I meant 400 sat/byte, as in the fee.

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November 12, 2017, 10:21:42 PM
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I am the sender, also I am using electrum

Just wait a bit. In approx. 3.5 hours from this post, BCH will be less profitable to mine again, and the miners will move back to Bitcoin, and the transaction backlog will start to clear.
Still nothing
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November 12, 2017, 10:36:27 PM
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I am the sender, also I am using electrum

Just wait a bit. In approx. 3.5 hours from this post, BCH will be less profitable to mine again, and the miners will move back to Bitcoin, and the transaction backlog will start to clear.
Still nothing

I said the transaction backlog will begin to clear. It won't clear instantly. Look at this: https://jochen-hoenicke.de/queue/#24h. This is what the mempool looks like right now. Be patient.

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November 13, 2017, 03:53:51 AM
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Its been 3 days and iv'e been waiting for this transaction to go threw and I woke up today seeing it still wasn't confirmed... What is going on and how can i make it go any faster, this is crazy.
77ec726f2b600d05075a321a2d96b06364e03e1d7cf7c4297ad8dd4dc6896f6f <<<<<Transaction ID
4 days in now... Nothing transaction still hasn't been sent...
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November 13, 2017, 04:25:41 AM
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4 days in now... Nothing transaction still hasn't been sent...
Instead of complaining about it, how about you do some of the things that people have suggested to you?

Like this:
See the transaction, right click on the transaction and click "Increase the fee" and a dialog should show up for you to increase the fee. The amount that you are sending to the address will decrease however. I'm actually not really sure how Electrum handles it but that should be the case.

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November 13, 2017, 04:35:05 AM
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4 days in now... Nothing transaction still hasn't been sent...
Instead of complaining about it, how about you do some of the things that people have suggested to you?

Like this:
See the transaction, right click on the transaction and click "Increase the fee" and a dialog should show up for you to increase the fee. The amount that you are sending to the address will decrease however. I'm actually not really sure how Electrum handles it but that should be the case.
I have done that lmao, I raised the fee to 1.5 mbtc...
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