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January 01, 2018, 08:24:08 PM
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I was just wondering why the amount that was received to a address that i sent to .326276 doesnt match the amount that i sent out .320896.there is a final balance(unspent)of .00538 on that transaction dont understand why,but if you add the the money that i sent .320896 and the final balance .00538 it matches the total amount received.my transactions action has not shown up where i sent it to and am positive i sent it to the right address,because i did another transaction just 2days later and it went through just fine.Any addvice? Im lost do i just suck this up as a loss.Just dont know why there is a final balance on that transaction when i look it up it shows the balance of .00538btc unconfirmed amount 0btc awaiting for 2 confirmations?
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January 01, 2018, 09:45:22 PM
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For every BTC transaction you pay a fee. How higher your fee is, your transaction ll be processed faster.
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January 01, 2018, 10:13:33 PM
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I was just wondering why the amount that was received to a address that i sent to .326276 doesnt match the amount that i sent out .320896.there is a final balance(unspent)of .00538 on that transaction dont understand why,but if you add the the money that i sent .320896 and the final balance .00538 it matches the total amount received.
It's the remaining (change) funds being sent to you. It's like you needed to pay someone 49$, then you pay 50$ and you receive a change of 1$ in return (that's .00538 in your case).

my transactions action has not shown up where i sent it to and am positive i sent it to the right address,because i did another transaction just 2days later and it went through just fine.Any addvice?
Most likely it doesn't have any confirmation yet and in case your acquiring a service, most require certain amount of confirmations, prior to approving the payment. Also you can have a confirmed transaction after another transaction that has remained unconfirmed (in case it's from different inputs and etc..., I won't get too technical).

Im lost do i just suck this up as a loss.Just dont know why there is a final balance on that transaction when i look it up it shows the balance of .00538btc unconfirmed amount 0btc awaiting for 2 confirmations?
Most likely, it's what I explained above but you can post the transaction ID (so I can look it up on explorers) and double check to see if it's a different scenario.

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January 02, 2018, 03:28:08 AM
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It is probably the transaction fees. You should expect that every time you do crypto transactions there is always a corresponding fee especially these days where transaction fees are really high, it is even more expensive than your wallet balance.

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