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December 31, 2017, 02:05:24 AM
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Let me know what can be done and the price needed, or tip desired with addy and coin wanted.
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December 31, 2017, 06:28:15 PM
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Let me know what can be done and the price needed, or tip desired with addy and coin wanted.

You have already got 61 confirmed - which is better than my transaction still got zero confirmation

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December 31, 2017, 07:13:35 PM
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So on top of the silly amount we pay in fees we are now having to pay more and ask
miners to unlock our money instead of holding on to it for days.

Something is seriously crap with this BTC software if transactions don't include
a time to execute limit

Please correct me if I am reading this wrong and good luck OP

Mining is CPU-wars and Intel, AMD like it nearly as much as big oil likes miners wasting electricity. Is this what mankind has come too.
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December 31, 2017, 07:43:10 PM
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So on top of the silly amount we pay in fees we are now having to pay more and ask
miners to unlock our money instead of holding on to it for days.

Something is seriously crap with this BTC software if transactions don't include
a time to execute limit

Please correct me if I am reading this wrong and good luck OP

You are not incorrect.  However, please consider all the facts:

1). Any disruptive technology emerging will face many challenges.  I work and live in the sillcon valley and have gone through many startups cycles.

2). No many how brilliant the technology could be, it takes lots of hardworks and dedication for the people whose are involved and believe in it to bring it to success.  No such ground breaking technology arrive and works perfectly.  It will require many iterations to make it work perfectly...

3). The fact that Bitcoin blockchain is open and decentralized, with no such company or ""CEO" to run it day to day.  The consensus will take longer time for everyone to come to some agreement and work together...

4). Since bitcoin blockchain is innovated to eliminate banking financial systems, fiat currencies, tax men, government bureaucracy, large corporations and conglomerates, etc...we should not be so surprised that it is facing multiple challenges...

5). Bitcoin blockchain is essentially a very young movement, less than 9 years old, it will have a lot more improvement to do...

Here's the bottomline:  either you believe in this, not just a new breaking technology, but philosophically, something that will ever change the world as we know of.  Or, you can move on and look for something else better.  But mark my words, no game changeing technology and movement  will come so easy...it will require a lot of sweat and tear...
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