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December 20, 2017, 04:53:48 PM
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Status: 0/unconfirmed, in memory pool
Date: 12/19/2017 23:41
Transaction fee: -0.00208976 BTC
Transaction ID: 39b3e37427c8a5721278e3c813a263ff0c7f42828cc6f1268d77a2377d57327d
Transaction total size: 340 bytes
Output index: 0


can anyone help me with getting this confirmed?  i sent it with the recommended amount in 2 blocks in bitcoin core and with replace by fee checked

i assumed this would have been confirmed within a hour at most?  im really confused and don't know how to fix it
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December 20, 2017, 05:05:05 PM
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It would seem several miners and BCH holders are in bed together making tons of TX and super high fees..... A very different and quite successful attack on bitcoin.  I don't know how people convinced miners to want to destroy the value of their coins but ya.
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December 21, 2017, 12:23:46 AM
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how do i safely use the replace by fee option to resend it with a higher transaction fee?  my bitcoin wallet is empty at this point, and i told it to pay the transaction fee from the bitcoins sent.  ive yet to see a nice clear and simple guide for doing this for bitcoin core
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December 21, 2017, 03:31:13 AM
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Status: 0/unconfirmed, in memory pool
Date: 12/19/2017 23:41
Transaction fee: -0.00208976 BTC
Transaction ID: 39b3e37427c8a5721278e3c813a263ff0c7f42828cc6f1268d77a2377d57327d
Transaction total size: 340 bytes
Output index: 0

I've checked 8 block explorers, your txid cannot be found on any of them
the fee seems ok 0.00208976/340 = ~614s/B please paste here your hex rawtx so we can help push/broadcast it
Debug > Console > getrawtransaction 39b3e37427c8a5721278e3c813a263ff0c7f42828cc6f1268d77a2377d57327d

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December 21, 2017, 03:43:54 PM
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i don't know much about bitcoin, is it safe to post that raw transaction or can my bitcoin transaction get 'hacked' or manipulated with it?  am i just better off not touching my wallet and letting it get dropped in 3 days?
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December 21, 2017, 06:24:14 PM
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ok when i go to blockchain and try to broadcast it in raw form it says its 'missing inputs'

what do i do at this point?

could i load a wallet backup and just resend the same amount to same address?  i did make one successful transaction since that older backup and i have 1 other unconfirmed transaction due to a low transaction fee, so im not sure if that affects things.  this bitcoin thing is way more complicated than it should be to be considered a viable currency
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December 21, 2017, 06:53:56 PM
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hmm guessing i just screwed up i abandoned my 2 transactions that didn't work and combined their amounts into a new transaction and sent it lol
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December 22, 2017, 04:36:43 AM
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i don't know much about bitcoin, is it safe to post that raw transaction or can my bitcoin transaction get 'hacked' or manipulated with it?  am i just better off not touching my wallet and letting it get dropped in 3 days?
yes it is considered safe, all explorers show this publicly... hex rawtx is just data

ok when i go to blockchain and try to broadcast it in raw form it says its 'missing inputs'
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could i load a wallet backup and just resend the same amount to same address?  i did make one successful transaction since that older backup and i have 1 other unconfirmed transaction due to a low transaction fee, so im not sure if that affects things.
most likely that's what happened. your 2nd tx using an unspent of an unconfirmed 1st tx
when that 1st tx dropped, the 2nd tx will be invalid and give you 'missing inputs' error
yes, you can try resend it. are you simply consolidating your balance?

hmm guessing i just screwed up i abandoned my 2 transactions that didn't work and combined their amounts into a new transaction and sent it lol
if you could tell me what wallet and addresses you're using and what you are trying to do
I or someone here could help you with suggestion and how to do it properly

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