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December 30, 2017, 03:04:01 PM
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Hi,

I'm a newbie. I've got 0.453ETH and put up a conversion request to get equivalent BTC at Changelly.com. It's been two days. The ETH has been exchanged but the equivalent BTC has not been sent to the respective BTC address.

https://ibin.co/3mTyZVMXf0O9.png

So, I'm planning to run 10 cloud servers (Virtual Private Servers) at Vultr.com which would be running Bitcoin Core.

Will that help, at least in some way, in confirming some pending Bitcoin transactions?

Please assist.

Thanks,
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December 30, 2017, 03:33:42 PM
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Not at all.
Non-mining nodes do not confirm transactions; they only store, validate, and relay transactions.
So even if you had a billion non-mining nodes you wouldn't be able to confirm your transaction.
That is the work of miners.

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