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December 23, 2017, 06:57:14 PM
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Hello,
I have a question
How do you really speed up transactions?
Can anyone teach me? I'm really keen to learn Cheesy
This TXID has been stucked for days anyone can help? or teach me how to Cheesy
https://blockchain.info/tx/dc13494af46cd8c873f0b9ee7295c9b98259256b7041bdba2959de3a89b3f98b

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Once a transaction has 6 confirmations, it is extremely unlikely that an attacker without at least 50% of the network's computation power would be able to reverse it.
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December 23, 2017, 06:59:22 PM
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I'm going to assume that this is an exchange transaction. If the amount you're receiving is big, use pushtx.btc.com otherwise you could try one of the free services offered in the forums but it could take a long time as a lot of people are sending their transactions.

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December 23, 2017, 07:04:10 PM
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I'm going to assume that this is an exchange transaction. If the amount you're receiving is big, use pushtx.btc.com otherwise you could try one of the free services offered in the forums but it could take a long time as a lot of people are sending their transactions.
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Oic but how do they really do it? I'm really interested in it haha so hope someone would teach or explain Cheesy

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December 23, 2017, 08:03:29 PM
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I'm going to assume that this is an exchange transaction. If the amount you're receiving is big, use pushtx.btc.com otherwise you could try one of the free services offered in the forums but it could take a long time as a lot of people are sending their transactions.
Its from USI-Tech
Oic but how do they really do it? I'm really interested in it haha so hope someone would teach or explain Cheesy

The accelerators? They are most likely closely related to the people who actually decide which transactions will be "confirmed", / added into the new block, aka the miners.

Or paid something like a subscription fee to certain pools to get their own transactions prioritized by said pool, and are lending that feature to other people on the forum. Either out of charity or because they're trust farming/ donation baiting.

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