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December 20, 2017, 07:28:29 PM
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posted about 2 issues I am having but thinking this transaction being stuck is causing the error code that is not allowing me to send funds

https://blockchain.info/tx/10e73afed28968ebc6929dd53774e61198031ee39d2de57d71638eb275c8993e

sent from blockchain to gemini wallet using Mozilla firefox on windows.

i have never had this issue when i let blockchain pick fees but for some reason they put a very small amount.
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December 21, 2017, 02:11:45 AM
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what is terrible is i cannot send anything out of my wallet to pay a site cause of the error code i am getting. those free sites did nothing. any other options?
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December 21, 2017, 02:13:59 AM
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you might wish to try an accelerator at this point  pushxbtc is very good
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December 21, 2017, 02:52:43 AM
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what is terrible is i cannot send anything out of my wallet to pay a site cause of the error code i am getting. those free sites did nothing. any other options?
since all addresses are yours, you can do CPFP or double spend tx
if you do CPFP, just use one of the unspent in that tx and set tx enough to cover both txs
if you do double spend attempt, you have to extract privkeys of inputs from bc.info

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December 21, 2017, 02:59:56 AM
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you might wish to try an accelerator at this point  pushxbtc is very good

whats the actual site for this?
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December 21, 2017, 03:08:10 AM
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https://pushtx.btc.com - I'd suggest you're sitting down when you click "estimate price" so that you don't injure yourself when you faint from the priceshock Tongue

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December 21, 2017, 03:12:50 AM
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what is terrible is i cannot send anything out of my wallet to pay a site cause of the error code i am getting. those free sites did nothing. any other options?
since all addresses are yours, you can do CPFP or double spend tx
if you do CPFP, just use one of the unspent in that tx and set tx enough to cover both txs
if you do double spend attempt, you have to extract privkeys of inputs from bc.info

ive tried sending to the same address using higher fees and nothing happened?

ive done multiple transactions in the past 17 days. but now for the last 3 i get an error when trying to send.

error #26: 66 mempool min fee not met code= 261

blockchain has been useless in helping as I have sent 12 emails in last 2 weeks with zero help
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December 21, 2017, 03:47:34 AM
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ive tried sending to the same address using higher fees and nothing happened?

ive done multiple transactions in the past 17 days. but now for the last 3 i get an error when trying to send.
You mean sending to 1MkU8vViqxV2EMZfioz5zWmr7D1mHjjFnd with different inputs? that's NOT how you do it.
that won't help this unconfirmed transaction 10e73afed28968ebc6929dd53774e61198031ee39d2de57d71638eb275c8993e
the idea of CPFP is by using the unspent of unconfirmed tx in a new tx with high fee to cover both txs
while double spend tx is by using the same set inputs of unconfirmed tx to create new tx and broadcast to different node

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December 21, 2017, 04:09:36 AM
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ive tried sending to the same address using higher fees and nothing happened?

ive done multiple transactions in the past 17 days. but now for the last 3 i get an error when trying to send.
You mean sending to 1MkU8vViqxV2EMZfioz5zWmr7D1mHjjFnd with different inputs? that's NOT how you do it.
that won't help this unconfirmed transaction 10e73afed28968ebc6929dd53774e61198031ee39d2de57d71638eb275c8993e
the idea of CPFP is by using the unspent of unconfirmed tx in a new tx with high fee to cover both txs
while double spend tx is by using the same set inputs of unconfirmed tx to create new tx and broadcast to different node

With blockchain giving me an error code anytime i try and send anywhere. what is best way to get resolved?
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