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December 12, 2017, 05:36:27 PM
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I used Bitcoin QT to send Bitcoin with a fee that is too small. It's gotten no confirmations since 12/8/17.

The menu option "Increase transaction fee" is greyed out. And I don't want to hack or abandon the transaction.

The simpler solution, I would think, would be to add a bounty to the transaction seperately. (I have other Bitcoin.)

Is this possible?

Is there a better solution?

(The transaction is: 1NiUZqX8UkUAqYT9Y239U6HgehizFSUk1d)
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December 12, 2017, 05:52:52 PM
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Hiya..  I have a similar problem, but i'm going to attempt to abandon it.

There is a detailed thread on this topic at the top of the page.

The author achow101 - mentions two miners who apparently might be able to help in that regard.


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December 12, 2017, 09:08:13 PM
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I used Bitcoin QT to send Bitcoin with a fee that is too small. It's gotten no confirmations since 12/8/17.

The menu option "Increase transaction fee" is greyed out. And I don't want to hack or abandon the transaction.

The simpler solution, I would think, would be to add a bounty to the transaction seperately. (I have other Bitcoin.)

Is this possible?

Is there a better solution?

(The transaction is: 1NiUZqX8UkUAqYT9Y239U6HgehizFSUk1d)


That's the address you need to provide the transaction. I was going to accelerate it for you and I realised it to late.

I do it through a free service viabtc accelerator. You have to be quick as soon as the hour switches over

Also the only transactions I see leaving the address has 18 confirmatiins.

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December 13, 2017, 12:01:26 AM
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Thanks, everyone, especially the miner who generously plucked my transaction out of the dustbin.
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