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January 05, 2018, 04:26:56 PM
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Yesterday i posted about a transaction that looked a bit more promising, but now it is gone from Blockcypher again, which is the link Coinbase gives me.

The transactions have been stuck for three weeks now. What the hell?? Why are they not dropped so I can send it again??

Is there any easy solution to this? I could not figure out the CPFP thing...

I used Bitcoin Core to Coinbase wallet. Afraid I will never see them again. Not very nice for newcomers either, even though i should have understoo the fee was too low. I used the recommended fee via the wallet. Turned out to be 20 sat/byte.. God damnit...


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8cf13c3a51c9ae898b0950bab9e077891b59840831d13a2e411d8ed0e44918a6

16ec484870fdc320e49b56035e1a625f447c4490606e3a7749ba3919744dff9c
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January 05, 2018, 05:16:38 PM
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Upload your private keys to a different wallet and retransmit the transactions with a higher fees. If you don't mind waiting, then just hold up a couple more days and see if it gets confirmed.
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January 05, 2018, 11:38:20 PM
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Yesterday i posted about a transaction that looked a bit more promising, but now it is gone from Blockcypher again, which is the link Coinbase gives me.

The transactions have been stuck for three weeks now. What the hell?? Why are they not dropped so I can send it again??

Is there any easy solution to this? I could not figure out the CPFP thing...

I used Bitcoin Core to Coinbase wallet. Afraid I will never see them again. Not very nice for newcomers either, even though i should have understoo the fee was too low. I used the recommended fee via the wallet. Turned out to be 20 sat/byte.. God damnit...


TXID:

8cf13c3a51c9ae898b0950bab9e077891b59840831d13a2e411d8ed0e44918a6

16ec484870fdc320e49b56035e1a625f447c4490606e3a7749ba3919744dff9c

You say you transmitted the 2 TX from your Bitcoin Core wallet, is the wallet still open because the wallet will continue to broadcast as long as it is open?
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January 06, 2018, 01:14:42 AM
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I used Bitcoin Core to Coinbase wallet. Afraid I will never see them again.

TXID:
8cf13c3a51c9ae898b0950bab9e077891b59840831d13a2e411d8ed0e44918a6
16ec484870fdc320e49b56035e1a625f447c4490606e3a7749ba3919744dff9c

as long as they are unconfirmed, the bitcoin is still considered owned by you
if you want you can abandon the txs on your wallet and wait out a few days for most nodes to drop them
then you can resend again and don't forget to add sufficient fee
if you don't want to wait you can try broadcast the new tx and attempt double spend
though it would be a bit harder to do because you need to find nodes that would accept that double spend tx

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