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November 15, 2017, 08:24:31 AM
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https://blockchain.info/tx/aabaaeb20e70103f9d4cbbcc43a664fcf97b779d909cfd35115775fc93946275

its not a big amount but its stuck for 7 days now. any way to help the transaction to get confirmed ?

thanks in advance for he info

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November 15, 2017, 08:29:58 AM
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That one is over the 500 byte size limit to accelerate for free and as the amount is small I doubt you want to pay the $4 fee it would need to get it through. All you can do is sit and wait. The mempool is slowly clearing out so it may get confirmed in a few more days, or if not it will eventually get dropped by most nodes on the network and you'll be able to send it again with an appropriate fee.

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November 15, 2017, 08:36:49 AM
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That one is over the 500 byte size limit to accelerate for free and as the amount is small I doubt you want to pay the $4 fee it would need to get it through. All you can do is sit and wait. The mempool is slowly clearing out so it may get confirmed in a few more days, or if not it will eventually get dropped by most nodes on the network and you'll be able to send it again with an appropriate fee.

Oke great thanks, ill just wait a bit more its not urgent Smiley The fees are getting pretty high on small transactions. i have a faucet that pays my members with block.io min 25k satoshis does that mean every payout i make they will reduce a fee this high ? need to find a solution for that ..

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November 15, 2017, 10:21:01 AM
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The fees are getting pretty high on small transactions. i have a faucet that pays my members with block.io min 25k satoshis does that mean every payout i make they will reduce a fee this high ? need to find a solution for that ..

Can you just confirm that I've understood the question here? You are running a faucet with a minimum payout of 25k sats and using block.io as your wallet to send out those payments individually.

Does block.io make off-chain payments to the clients who also need a block.io account?

If not and it's sending blockchain transactions, then is it possible to send a multi-output transaction from block.io? That is, send different amounts to many recipients in one transaction. If that is possible then you will save a lot on tx fees as they are calculated per byte and you will not be duplicating most of the transaction data.

Also, I would recommend switching to a segwit capable wallet. Electrum is ahead of the game on this one, you can use native segwit with bech32 addresses. This gives ~10% saving in size over other segwit implementations that already save ~30-50%. You can upload a multi-output transaction into electrum from a CSV file.

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November 15, 2017, 10:21:35 AM
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You have to be patient cause this days with BCH drama all transactions are going slower
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November 15, 2017, 06:33:45 PM
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That one is over the 500 byte size limit to accelerate for free and as the amount is small I doubt you want to pay the $4 fee it would need to get it through. All you can do is sit and wait. The mempool is slowly clearing out so it may get confirmed in a few more days, or if not it will eventually get dropped by most nodes on the network and you'll be able to send it again with an appropriate fee.

Oke great thanks, ill just wait a bit more its not urgent Smiley The fees are getting pretty high on small transactions. i have a faucet that pays my members with block.io min 25k satoshis does that mean every payout i make they will reduce a fee this high ? need to find a solution for that ..

I hope you does not need solution at all because your transaction seems confirmed bro. Please check the tx id link below.
https://blockchain.info/tx/aabaaeb20e70103f9d4cbbcc43a664fcf97b779d909cfd35115775fc93946275
When you are transferring the next fund you please have default fees to send the bitcoin from one wallet to another wallet.
Soon fees in all the wallet provider site will be reduced. This fees bump happened due to miner moved to BCH. All set back now. No worries after.

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