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December 16, 2017, 08:47:17 PM
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Hello,

I have a wallet at block.io. Wallet is a few years old and i think they're abadoned it, no support, no email, nothing.
Address: 1PteMF9KqdxVGJCZ6CqdVfdkoCNYao6dF4
I know only a few bucks, but i rather see them on my cold wallet, than lose it Sad

Checking with explorers:

Chain.so (block.io's own blockexplorer): https://chain.so/address/BTC/1PteMF9KqdxVGJCZ6CqdVfdkoCNYao6dF4
Blockexplorer: https://blockexplorer.com/address/1PteMF9KqdxVGJCZ6CqdVfdkoCNYao6dF4
Blockchain: https://blockchain.info/address/1PteMF9KqdxVGJCZ6CqdVfdkoCNYao6dF4
Blockcypher: https://live.blockcypher.com/btc/address/1PteMF9KqdxVGJCZ6CqdVfdkoCNYao6dF4/

So if you check all of them, you can notice that only chain.so see's 13 transaction including the one that got stuck. Other 3 blockexplorer see nothing about the transaction. And if i try to check the TX, every site i try says no transaction found with this TX.

Block.io doesn't allow to set fee at the transaction. Anything i can do?
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December 18, 2017, 09:28:58 PM
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Unless you have access to the private key (or can export it from block.io) then your chances of being able to do anything are relatively slim. If you had the private key, you could probably import it into another wallet (like Electrum) and then send a new transaction with a proper fee.

Given that most block explorers can't even see that transaction, it is likely it hasn't propagated well, so most nodes wouldn't even reject the new transaction as a double spend.

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