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December 25, 2017, 04:26:47 PM
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Hi guys, hoping someone can clear this up for me. I sent around 600 dollars from my wallet into my local bitcoin account nearly 2 weeks ago. I think I accidentally sent without adding a transaction fee. It was showing up on incoming transactions on local bitcoin but as of yesterday it has disappeared. Am hoping someone can help me recover them asap! Will make a small donation to anyone that can help out Smiley
The transaction ID is  7d347c1dd318ff062c7fb5d6ecf95e1ba778bdf7c6b856bd289dd8b18d369466

Thanks guys
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December 25, 2017, 04:36:35 PM
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Its still here: https://blockchain.info/tx/7d347c1dd318ff062c7fb5d6ecf95e1ba778bdf7c6b856bd289dd8b18d369466. Your Bitcoins can't vanish.

LBTC doesn't have a reliable block explorer and it was down all day yesterday. Their explorer might have already dropped it from their mempool and you need to rebroadcast to them to get it back in. The problem right now is that their mempool doesn't even have the inputs of that transaction and everything before that is unconfirmed. The chain is way too long and the probability of it confirming anytime soon is close to 0.

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December 25, 2017, 04:46:33 PM
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I'm not quite sure what you mean, how do I 're broadcast? If anyone can get my coins back to me I will reward them kindly Smiley
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December 25, 2017, 04:53:14 PM
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I'm not quite sure what you mean, how do I 're broadcast? If anyone can get my coins back to me I will reward them kindly Smiley
Okay. At the above transaction, your inputs are unconfirmed. Your inputs are also not in the LocalBitcoins Chain and you have to get the raw hex transaction of them first before you can broadcast your own transaction. The problem is that the whole unconfirmed chain is too long and you have to do it yourself.

Go to the unconfirmed transaction in Blockchain.info and add ?format=hex, copy out and go to https://localbitcoinschain.com/tx/send and paste everything and click send transaction. You have to do this in sequence, from the first unconfirmed input to the last. Just click the red U in your transaction and do everything until the inputs doesn't have a red U anymore.

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December 25, 2017, 05:02:24 PM
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I'm not quite sure what you mean, how do I 're broadcast? If anyone can get my coins back to me I will reward them kindly Smiley

What wallet did you use to send the bitcoin ? Do you have access to the private key from the wallet used to send the bitcoin ? if so, download the 'Electrum Wallet' and you can perform a Replace by Fee, you can basically resend the bitcoin but include a higher fee, make it around 700/sats and it will be confirmed in a hour Smiley Send me a PM if you need a hand 

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