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December 28, 2017, 01:42:31 AM
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i sent some bitcoins to the exchange. i waited for two days. but nothing happened. I checked the deal record. it says waiting for confirmation. do you guys ever met this problem? how can i do about it?
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December 28, 2017, 03:58:31 AM
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i sent some bitcoins to the exchange. i waited for two days. but nothing happened. I checked the deal record. it says waiting for confirmation. do you guys ever met this problem? how can i do about it?

Of course. What's the address? Most likely your fee was too low. Next time consult this site before sending a transaction. It updates in real time and shows you how much you should pay to get a fast confirmation.

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December 28, 2017, 05:59:35 AM
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Reiterating what DarkAngel said. BTC's blockspace works on supply and demand. The fees recoup the mining costs of the miner and higher fees are usually sought after. If your fee is too small, no one will want to process your transaction, because they're essentialy losing money.
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