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January 10, 2018, 10:35:02 AM
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PPCAdMedia sent to us a low payment of 0.001 BTC approx - on DEC-29-2017, quite a while ago:

https://blockchain.info/tx/0533856fa456aa8c6d3b03a8af2cb7db6d744f626bbe1e57948390e2b6b7f505
(Our wallet: 16wgAfS2wtEmCECQXeziejSFLzcDTVbMm2)

This transaction is sitting unconfirmed in our Blockchain.info wallet (which we are going to stop using moving forward, we anyway need to convert our BTC to XRP & BCH so we would just use our Binance wallet to receive payments moving forward).

Anyway this is unconfirmed, and we don't want to find ourselves again sending Bitcoin funds using our wallet and getting them stuck because of this potential "Parent" transaction - so the question is how do we get rid of this transaction?

If anyone wants those 0.001 BTC for free by all means come and take them, just let us know how to get rid of this transaction and remove it from our wallet please.

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January 10, 2018, 11:02:36 AM
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With 20 sat/byte, and an unconfirmed parent with the same low fee, I expect the transaction to be dropped from mempool eventually.

Anyway this is unconfirmed, and we don't want to find ourselves again sending Bitcoin funds using our wallet and getting them stuck because of this potential "Parent" transaction
I'm not sure how blockchain.info handles this, but I assume you can opt not to use unconfirmed inputs in your own transactions.

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If anyone wants those 0.001 BTC for free by all means come and take them, just let us know how to get rid of this transaction and remove it from our wallet please.
You'll need to hand over your private key to someone in order to "take it". That would give that person access to the remaining 0.00353186 BTC in your wallet too, so don't do this.

If blockchain.info allows you to select the unconfirmed input for a transaction, you can send 0.00002 BTC to 1BitcoinEaterAddressDontSendf59kuE and use the remaining 0.000101632BTC as fee. This way, it doesn't matter if it triggers CPFP and confirms, or the original transaction gets dropped from mempool. One way or another, it'll be gone for you.

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January 10, 2018, 12:07:17 PM
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Thanks so much for the reply.

Anyone knows how to change Blockchain.info settings so no unconfirmed funds would be spent?!

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January 10, 2018, 12:16:54 PM
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Anyway this is unconfirmed, and we don't want to find ourselves again sending Bitcoin funds using our wallet and getting them stuck because of this potential "Parent" transaction - so the question is how do we get rid of this transaction?
Anyone knows how to change Blockchain.info settings so no unconfirmed funds would be spent?!

are you still going to use that address for receiving bitcoin payments?
if not... have you tried archiving that address? so it won't be listed under your main wallet addresses
btw 16wgAfS2w... still have 3 utxo (2 conf'd and 1 unconf'd),
you might want to use those 2 unspents before you archive the address

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January 10, 2018, 12:20:13 PM
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Anyway this is unconfirmed, and we don't want to find ourselves again sending Bitcoin funds using our wallet and getting them stuck because of this potential "Parent" transaction - so the question is how do we get rid of this transaction?
Anyone knows how to change Blockchain.info settings so no unconfirmed funds would be spent?!

are you still going to use that address for receiving bitcoin payments?
if not... have you tried archiving that address? so it won't be listed under your main wallet addresses
btw 16wgAfS2w... still have 3 utxo (2 conf'd and 1 unconf'd),
you might want to use those 2 unspents before you archive the address

What's the size of the 2 unspents? Where do you see them?

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January 10, 2018, 12:33:53 PM
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What's the size of the 2 unspents?
It's 0.00353186 BTC, but I guess you missed that from my previous post.

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Check 16wgAfS2wtEmCECQXeziejSFLzcDTVbMm2 (Balance: )

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January 10, 2018, 01:42:44 PM
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Thanks!

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