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December 25, 2017, 03:31:52 AM
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Hi guys, i have a stuck  tx  but i see this 2 differents things

1)on blockchain.info the tx result unconfirmed
https://blockchain.info/it/tx/b143e4ab7c66dac87017e21f1d89a8d322926f19416da78e1201c07a26b9e40a

2) on blocktrail the tx result expired and removed and say that btc return to my wallet
https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/tx/b143e4ab7c66dac87017e21f1d89a8d322926f19416da78e1201c07a26b9e40a

3) i dont have never recieved those BTC

4) also in blocktrail my info wallet  result whit a balance (3786 usd)  that not is the same of blockchain (2586 usd)
https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/address/1NCH7TrphLZeoDBU71wtkeaF5cwfw5UFXB

how this is possible? what happend whit my btc?
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December 25, 2017, 04:55:22 AM
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The whole network operates independent of each other and that means that each of the nodes in the network will see things differently and that includes transactions on the network.

With regards to the disparity in the transaction, it is not uncommon at all. On the network, each of the nodes has different set of mempool rules and Blockchain.info happens to keep transactions longer than Blocktrail. Since Blockchain.info still has that transaction in their mempool, when they calculate the final balance, it would be less than Blocktrail.

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December 25, 2017, 12:16:29 PM
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what happend whit my btc?

Absolutely nothing. You btc are in the same place as they were before that transaction was made.
That transaction is just an attempt to move them, but for now it is still not successful attempt.

Transaction was made long time ago it seems. So most nodes just forgot about it.
I would either reboradcast the transaction or just do a double spend if I was you.
Either way, treat it like it was never made in the first place.

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December 25, 2017, 01:12:09 PM
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exactly same like what happened to me, how to get back our bitcoins on our blockchain wallet ?

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December 25, 2017, 02:24:02 PM
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The whole network operates independent of each other and that means that each of the nodes in the network will see things differently and that includes transactions on the network.

With regards to the disparity in the transaction, it is not uncommon at all. On the network, each of the nodes has different set of mempool rules and Blockchain.info happens to keep transactions longer than Blocktrail. Since Blockchain.info still has that transaction in their mempool, when they calculate the final balance, it would be less than Blocktrail.

Thanks but the question is...how or when i get back  BTC on my blockchain wallet?
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December 25, 2017, 03:00:02 PM
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Thanks but the question is...how or when i get back  BTC on my blockchain wallet?
The blocktrail node already decided that your transaction is taking too long to confirm and removed it from its mempool. Wait until the Blockchain.info node do the same, as they have been configured to wait a little bit more before "giving up" on unconfirmed transactions.

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December 25, 2017, 03:53:18 PM
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Thanks but the question is...how or when i get back  BTC on my blockchain wallet?
The blocktrail node already decided that your transaction is taking too long to confirm and removed it from its mempool. Wait until the Blockchain.info node do the same, as they have been configured to wait a little bit more before "giving up" on unconfirmed transactions.

any other way ? bcos i'm sure it will takes more than 2 weeks which is really sucks. I saw many people with the same case and he has more than 2 weeks :/

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December 25, 2017, 04:21:30 PM
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Thanks but the question is...how or when i get back  BTC on my blockchain wallet?
The blocktrail node already decided that your transaction is taking too long to confirm and removed it from its mempool. Wait until the Blockchain.info node do the same, as they have been configured to wait a little bit more before "giving up" on unconfirmed transactions.

any other way ? bcos i'm sure it will takes more than 2 weeks which is really sucks. I saw many people with the same case and he has more than 2 weeks :/
You can extract the private key out and make your own transaction with the inputs that were in that transaction being included. This is way more technical and you can only do it yourself. The chances of you messing it up is high but if you'd like PM me, I'll let you know the steps.

Do not believe anyone telling you to sign any transaction or anything, not even if they seem trusted. Always verify that the coins are going to the correct address.

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December 25, 2017, 05:06:25 PM
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Thanks but the question is...how or when i get back  BTC on my blockchain wallet?
The blocktrail node already decided that your transaction is taking too long to confirm and removed it from its mempool. Wait until the Blockchain.info node do the same, as they have been configured to wait a little bit more before "giving up" on unconfirmed transactions.

any other way ? bcos i'm sure it will takes more than 2 weeks which is really sucks. I saw many people with the same case and he has more than 2 weeks :/
You can extract the private key out and make your own transaction with the inputs that were in that transaction being included. This is way more technical and you can only do it yourself. The chances of you messing it up is high but if you'd like PM me, I'll let you know the steps.

Do not believe anyone telling you to sign any transaction or anything, not even if they seem trusted. Always verify that the coins are going to the correct address.

i don't know how to get my private key on blockchain, when i click more options on my wallet there is not private key, only have show xPub.

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December 26, 2017, 07:52:17 AM
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If you're using the mobile app (don't use the web wallet!) go to menu, then backup.
You'll be shown a 12 word phrase.
That's your seed and can be used to build your private keys
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December 26, 2017, 12:35:28 PM
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If you're using the mobile app (don't use the web wallet!) go to menu, then backup.
You'll be shown a 12 word phrase.
That's your seed and can be used to build your private keys

well my wallet is web wallet, i will change to electrum wallet soon because of this problem.

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