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December 09, 2017, 01:33:32 PM
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Hi all....TIA for any help or insight. 

I played around with BTC back in 2014 and logged back into some old wallets this week to find some change laying around.  I figured I would send this all to my Coinbase account to consolidate and either sell or hold, maybe a little of both, and sent 5 transactions.  This was done yesterday and I used the copy/paste function when entering the address.

4 out of the 5 on my Coinbase are showing up as Pending, and of course my largest Send is the one thats not showing up.

I sent 5 transactions with fees and I understand they are (extremely) small and will take a while to confirm.  I jumped on the accelerator forum thread and @Coolwave let me know he can help accelerate them, however one of them was invalid.  Later, he mentioned he was able to accelerate the one that showed up as invalid.

Here is the receiving address on Blockexplorer.com....showing all 5 transactions:
 https://blockexplorer.com/address/1HBT1tYJ5JUUnkRaUSRt8RH6HX4jjuYyJJ

However, on Blockchain.info (https://blockchain.info/address/1HBT1tYJ5JUUnkRaUSRt8RH6HX4jjuYyJJ) it only shows 4 transactions with my largest not on there.

The transaction in question is c02cb421ac8149e08951c8e14776093ae6e9b42f4de1ce250a7017fd9118c520 . Shows up on Blockexplorer but not Blockchain or my Coinbase account.  Is this transaction lost forever, is it real, can it be reversed??  Please help!
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December 09, 2017, 01:40:37 PM
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Here is a link to the transaction on live.Blockcypher.com too...

https://live.blockcypher.com/btc/tx/c02cb421ac8149e08951c8e14776093ae6e9b42f4de1ce250a7017fd9118c520/
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December 09, 2017, 01:41:47 PM
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Hello there! I don't know why blockchain does this, but your transaction does exist as Chain.so thinks that it does too.
However i managed to submit your biggest transaction for acceleration on Antpool, so expect it to get confirmed as well.

I believe coinbase uses blockchain or something similar for detecting the transactions, so it should show on your wallet once it's included into the block (or dropped out of mempool which will return the funds into your address).


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December 09, 2017, 01:48:39 PM
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Hello there! I don't know why blockchain does this, but your transaction does exist as Chain.so thinks that it does too.
However i managed to submit your biggest transaction for acceleration on Antpool, so expect it to get confirmed as well.

I believe coinbase uses blockchain or something similar for detecting the transactions, so it should show on your wallet once it's included into the block (or dropped out of mempool which will return the funds into your address).

https://i.imgur.com/nw6iZQ0.png

Well thank you very much for the insight, i was freaking out a little bit this morning lol.  As long as it wasnt sent to the BTC Heavens than I feel OK i'll get it one way or another.  Thanks again and I appreciate you adding it to the accelerator pool!!!  Grin
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December 09, 2017, 06:26:58 PM
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Thanks again for the help, while nothing is confirmed yet, it has finally showed up on Coinbase as a pending transaction.  Have a great day!
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December 09, 2017, 06:44:34 PM
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The other graph-validity constraints, all specific to TRANSFER transactions, are:

All inputs point to outputs that exist on transactions that exist.
All inputs point to outputs on valid transactions. (Note the recursion.)
All inputs correctly fulfill (satisfy) the crypto-conditions on the outputs that they spend.
All inputs point to transactions with the same asset ID, and that asset ID is the same as the asset ID of the TRANSFER transaction itself. (This constraint exists because a TRANSFER transaction can only transfer shares of one asset at a time).
The sum of the amounts on the inputs must equal the sum of the amounts on the outputs. This is a graph constraint because getting the amounts on the inputs requires checking output amounts in other transactions.
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December 10, 2017, 11:07:37 AM
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Thanks again for the help, while nothing is confirmed yet, it has finally showed up on Coinbase as a pending transaction.  Have a great day!

You're welcome  Cool

However it seems like antpool is so full of transactions that it still has not confirmed it, although accelerated. I'd just try accelerating on ViaBTC or paying someone to accelerate them on some premium services if you are in a hurry with this transaction.

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January 20, 2018, 02:45:52 PM
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Hey all...curious if anyone could shed some light on this situation & the updates.

On 12/8/17 sent 5 BTC transactions from my MultiBit wallet to Coinbase, technically there was 3 different wallet addresses.  Took a few days to show up as Pending in Coinbase, they made it and showed Pending, but sat there or 4+ weeks.  One of 5 got Confirmed, 4 are no longer Pending now in Coinbase but still show as Unconfirmed/Pending in my MultiBit and on Blockchain & Blockexplorer (https://blockchain.info/tx-index/c02cb421ac8149e08951c8e14776093ae6e9b42f4de1ce250a7017fd9118c520).  In my History on Coinbase it shows there was an attempt to receive the BTC, but its not Pending in my Recent Activity anymore, and just gone?

Since they are no longer show up as Pending on Coinbase but are not back in my MultiBit wallet, any idea what happened or where the BTC is at?
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January 20, 2018, 03:42:54 PM
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I've been reading maybe I can reset my blockchain and it could help, is this a bad idea?
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January 20, 2018, 03:52:35 PM
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Hey all...curious if anyone could shed some light on this situation & the updates.

On 12/8/17 sent 5 BTC transactions from my MultiBit wallet to Coinbase, technically there was 3 different wallet addresses.  Took a few days to show up as Pending in Coinbase, they made it and showed Pending, but sat there or 4+ weeks.  One of 5 got Confirmed, 4 are no longer Pending now in Coinbase but still show as Unconfirmed/Pending in my MultiBit and on Blockchain & Blockexplorer (https://blockchain.info/tx-index/c02cb421ac8149e08951c8e14776093ae6e9b42f4de1ce250a7017fd9118c520).  In my History on Coinbase it shows there was an attempt to receive the BTC, but its not Pending in my Recent Activity anymore, and just gone?

Since they are no longer show up as Pending on Coinbase but are not back in my MultiBit wallet, any idea what happened or where the BTC is at?
They are in your address: https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/address/13nuut4s8xUqv4WLyH9yDuDD4L7Hj4ceAc/transactions. Blockchain.info refuses to remove your transaction from their mempool. Your Bitcoin can't disappear, its either in your address or in some other address with a transaction.

Are you using Multibit HD or Multibit Classic?

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January 20, 2018, 03:59:08 PM
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Hmm...strange.  I have my network synched up to date but it still shows in the MultiBit it's a Pending transaction.  Maybe a reset could work? 

Im almost certain MultiBit Classic because I hadn't touched it in a couple of years, so I'd guess Classic but not 100% positive. 

Please excuse my newb-ness lol..
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January 20, 2018, 04:08:31 PM
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Hmm...strange.  I have my network synched up to date but it still shows in the MultiBit it's a Pending transaction.  Maybe a reset could work? 

Im almost certain MultiBit Classic because I hadn't touched it in a couple of years, so I'd guess Classic but not 100% positive. 

Please excuse my newb-ness lol..
A reset should work, that's what I've done anyway.

I would recommend for you to export your keys (classic) and import your seed(HD wallet)/keys into Electrum. I'm certain that some of the Electrum servers won't have your transactions.

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January 20, 2018, 04:59:26 PM
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Hmm...strange.  I have my network synched up to date but it still shows in the MultiBit it's a Pending transaction.  Maybe a reset could work? 

Im almost certain MultiBit Classic because I hadn't touched it in a couple of years, so I'd guess Classic but not 100% positive. 

Please excuse my newb-ness lol..
A reset should work, that's what I've done anyway.

I would recommend for you to export your keys (classic) and import your seed(HD wallet)/keys into Electrum. I'm certain that some of the Electrum servers won't have your transactions.


Thanks!!!  Grin  Really appreciate insight into this and at the very least a path to explore and try get this all resolved.  Have a great weekend
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January 28, 2018, 09:59:50 PM
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Thank you all for the help and support/insight.  I think the final trick was resetting my wallet...the remaining small transactions went through immediately and the 'bigger' one went through in a few days.
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