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December 19, 2017, 01:06:21 PM
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December 19, 2017, 02:05:50 PM
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I mean you have a large amount of inputs & outputs adding to the total amount of bytes for that tx and your fee avg out to 60sat/byte which is NG


you used cex.io so not "legit" wallet i assume you control some of the coins that were on the recipient to maybe attempt a child pay for parent, meaning you increase the fee of the child tx to boost the total fee so that miners will include both tx's or the multiple, but i dont even think cex.io even will let you do that you seem to be at their mercy hopefully someone more knowledgeable than I can help you here bud

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December 19, 2017, 02:23:01 PM
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December 19, 2017, 02:37:32 PM
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Thanks

Yeh the number of inputs / outputs seems very high vs. normal/other sends i've done.

What caused the high number of inputs/outputs? as the order value and number of grouped receipients seems similar to previous transactions i've sent



those are probably different cex.io addresses unless you did that intentionally??? did you pay to many? or is your address just one of the receiving ones that arent confirmed
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December 19, 2017, 03:15:44 PM
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December 20, 2017, 10:06:37 AM
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Cex obviously got a bunch of withdrawl requests, they batched them all together and sent it out...

You don't control any of that process as the wallet and keys are completely under their control... As are the way transactions are batched up and the fees used.

Talk to cex... I'm going to go ahead and guess they'll either ignore your request or give you some standard response about how they batch transactions to help minimise fees.

As you don't control that wallet, you can't stop them batching your transactions with others... Nor are you likely to be able to control the fees.

All you could do to unstick this is a CPFP, but on a ~10k byte  transaction, the CPFP fees will be crippling!!?! Shocked Shocked Shocked

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December 20, 2017, 05:43:58 PM
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At the moment, with current fee levels, a 60 sats/byte fee transaction is likely to take days, if not weeks Undecided

Given fees are currently in the 700 sats/byte range, you're probably looking at 700 sats * 10,000 bytes = 7,000,000 sats = 0.07 btc fee required to do a CPFP

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Kindly tell us your user ID or support ticket number so that we could investigate the case.

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