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December 09, 2017, 04:25:33 AM
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The address I was sending to requires exact amount 0.01001012 BTC, says system will ignore the transaction if not exact. 
I used the exact amount to send, but seems my wallet omitted the 0.00001012 and just sent 0.01 BTC. And shows completed on my wallet end.

But the receiving address side never received the amount. And I checked the transaction ID 93c4c7f34029a0464bf418a518809e6c534e7c28d34d7120c0f1c0c27d0f41c5  it seems there.
https://blockchain.info/tx/93c4c7f34029a0464bf418a518809e6c534e7c28d34d7120c0f1c0c27d0f41c5

Why is that?  And what should I do?  Is the amount I sent in the air and can I cancel the transaction and get it refund to my wallet?

Thank you very much! Appreciated!
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December 09, 2017, 04:32:49 AM
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That transaction is confirmed. So the bitcoins (which I assume you sent to 1D9NkS41CYeoTPXVcQ71kW2L9PqMiC8xXW because it is the only 0.01 output) have definitely been sent to that address.

Bitcoin transactions are NOT able to be cancelled and are NOT reversible. The only way you're going to get this resolved is to contact the person you sent the coins to and ask them how you can fix this (either by sending them more BTC or for them to refund your BTC). No one here can help you.

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December 09, 2017, 04:51:26 AM
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Ah I see..   
The other question is,
Is there a rule, that if I set an amount at the receiving address, then I need to send the exact amount, otherwise it will be ignored?
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December 09, 2017, 09:36:21 AM
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no, that is not a bitcoin rule... that is some rule that has been implemented by whatever service you were attempting to send coins to. As evidenced by the fact that the Bitcoin network accepted your transaction and confirmed it.

The network has no idea of the receiver is going to "ignore"  transactions or not

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December 09, 2017, 10:35:34 AM
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Damn, it's definitely scam, the Mining Fit

I got it, Thank you
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