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December 27, 2017, 01:36:05 PM
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 Hey, I accidentally sent Btc to a temporary address that you are only supposed to use once. It?s says unconfirmed the funds are not accessible can you help me https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/address/3BpM9zmVw8fQweMTnSRrVVM1HG2rC58ceo/transactions it says only available balance is the first transaction made which is .0138 but I also sent .078624 somebody please help I don?t mind tiping $50 if done in 48 hours $100 in 24 hours it?s been unavailable for over a week now  supposed to use once. It?s says unconfirmed the funds are not accessible can you help me https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/address/3BpM9zmVw8fQweMTnSRrVVM1HG2rC58ceo/transactions it says only available balance is the first transaction made which is .0138 but I also sent .078624 somebody please help I don?t mind tiping $50 if done in 48 hours $100 in 24 hours it?s been unavailable for over a week now
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December 28, 2017, 06:59:36 AM
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Your 3BpM9zm...-address is owned by an exchange, right? Both transactions are confirmed, that means the only one who can help you, is the exchange you sent it to. You'll have to contact their support and ask if they can credit your deposit anyway.
Nobody else can help you with this.

The balance shown on a block explorer is irrelevant after sending it to an exchange, as the address isn't yours. Think of it as depositing money to a bank: it doesn't matter to you how much is in their cash register, it only matters how much is added to your account.

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