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January 11, 2018, 10:07:15 AM
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We have 0.0163 BTC stuck in Blockchain.info wallet.

We want to take those funds out and send them to 1Dam1KDLSTU46WSmGAqtWUXz6VZBh3jE7h

We can offer 15% (0.0025 BTC) to anyone who can help us take these funds out and send them to that address.


The error code we get when we try to send the funds is:

BitcoindException(super=com.neemre.btcdcli4j.core.BitcoindException: Error #-26: 66: mempool min fee not met, code=-26)

If anyone can help successfully - we promise to pay this reward accordingly.

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You have some unconfirmed transaction? If yes you must wait for confirm. 
If not just export private key to other wallet.
https://github.com/OmniLayer/omniwallet/wiki/Exporting-Private-Key-from-Blockchain.info-and-Importing-to-Omniwallet.org
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January 11, 2018, 10:20:43 AM
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We have 0.0163 BTC stuck in Blockchain.info wallet.
I assume you have many small inputs, is that correct? Fees aren't that high at the moment, so it might be possible. But if your inputs are smaller than 0.0004BTC, they'll be eaten by fees entirely if you want a transaction with any chance to confirm within a day.

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We can offer 15% (0.0025 BTC) to anyone who can help us take these funds out and send them to that address.
I'd be happy to help you, but only the person with the private key can make the actual transaction.
Do you have different sending addresses (aka different private keys to export), or just one? Either way, can you share those addresses?

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BitcoindException(super=com.neemre.btcdcli4j.core.BitcoindException: Error #-26: 66: mempool min fee not met, code=-26)
Your Bitcoin dusts isn't worth the fee required to send it. What I would do, is export the private keys, and make a low-fee transaction from another wallet. It may take weeks to confirm, or it may even be dropped from mempool again. If that happens, just keep your 0.0163 BTC and wait for fees to drop somewhere in the future.

If not just export private key to other wallet.
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I'd use Electrum (upgrade first), it's the most common wallet, or Bitcoin Core if you have it installed already.

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January 11, 2018, 10:30:42 AM
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We don't have 1 single wallet in Blockchain.info but when we look at "Used Addresses" we see this:

https://www.kiwiwall.com/img/offers/2ii70bersi.png

16wgAfS2wtEmCECQXeziejSFLzcDTVbMm2 0.00353186 BTC

This one has only $14 unconfirmed, the rest is all good and confirmed.

The other 2 addresses have 0 BTC, when we try to browse to the next page no addresses show up.

Anyone wants to assist here via Skype?

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January 11, 2018, 10:44:11 AM
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We don't have 1 single wallet in Blockchain.info but when we look at "Used Addresses" we see this:

https://www.kiwiwall.com/img/offers/2ii70bersi.png

16wgAfS2wtEmCECQXeziejSFLzcDTVbMm2 0.00353186 BTC

This one has only $14 unconfirmed, the rest is all good and confirmed.

The other 2 addresses have 0 BTC, when we try to browse to the next page no addresses show up.

Anyone wants to assist here via Skype?

Maybe try to get confirmation with accelerator and try again?
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January 11, 2018, 10:45:42 AM
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16wgAfS2wtEmCECQXeziejSFLzcDTVbMm2 0.00353186 BTC

This one has only $14 unconfirmed, the rest is all good and confirmed.

The other 2 addresses have 0 BTC, when we try to browse to the next page no addresses show up.
I haven't used blockchain.info in a long time, but if it says your balance is 0.016, it should add up on some of the addresses.

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This is how you get scammers to contact you.

Assuming you have your recovery word phrase, I suggest you try this:
Anyways, Correct me if I'm wrong but even on mac you should be able to import it on electrum just by using your recovery phrase on blockchain.info.
Just click the options button and tick the BIP39 Seed box when you are prompted to enter the seed.
See if your full 0.016 pops up in Electrum, and go from there.

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January 11, 2018, 11:05:49 AM
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I see you transfered this money. Problem fixed?
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January 11, 2018, 11:06:21 AM
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16wgAfS2wtEmCECQXeziejSFLzcDTVbMm2 0.00353186 BTC

This one has only $14 unconfirmed, the rest is all good and confirmed.

The other 2 addresses have 0 BTC, when we try to browse to the next page no addresses show up.
I haven't used blockchain.info in a long time, but if it says your balance is 0.016, it should add up on some of the addresses.

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This is how you get scammers to contact you.

Assuming you have your recovery word phrase, I suggest you try this:
Anyways, Correct me if I'm wrong but even on mac you should be able to import it on electrum just by using your recovery phrase on blockchain.info.
Just click the options button and tick the BIP39 Seed box when you are prompted to enter the seed.
See if your full 0.016 pops up in Electrum, and go from there.

Thank you LoyceV!

We managed to get 0.0089 BTC out of this annoying wallet!
Blockchain and Electrum showed the minimum fee was so high because it has to take funds from so many different outputs and wallets!

https://blockchain.info/tx/702fdaa87caa490e7af779825fbf3f7fa50af95325d701868ea13483047dbb6e

LoyceV,
Please provide us with your BCH wallet for a tip (15% of the amount)

Goodbye Blockchain!  Grin

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January 11, 2018, 11:07:55 AM
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I see you transfered this money. Problem fixed?

Yes, thank you both, if LoyceV agrees we can send you both a tip, preferably in BCH because of low fees and guaranteed delivery of funds.

Yipieeee..... Goodbye Blockchain.info - not going to use you anymore!!!


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January 11, 2018, 11:35:12 AM
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I see you transfered this money. Problem fixed?

Yes, thank you both, if LoyceV agrees we can send you both a tip, preferably in BCH because of low fees and guaranteed delivery of funds.

Yipieeee..... Goodbye Blockchain.info - not going to use you anymore!!!


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Please let us know so we can send tips as promised, PM or posting here is all fine, thanks!

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January 11, 2018, 11:38:24 AM
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Just for your future reference, the problem wasn't just the wallet... but the way you were using it has also contributed to your problem. Here are your inputs:

16wgAfS2wtEmCECQXeziejSFLzcDTVbMm2 (0.00200737 BTC - Output)
16wgAfS2wtEmCECQXeziejSFLzcDTVbMm2 (0.00048817 BTC - Output)
1HzibzLKAsG2BS7YfU2aoe9XcCFRHajFgo (0.00030408 BTC - Output)
13GxV7nBWe1Eon7d8HRtdBEqzPsDVLryMo (0.00013353 BTC - Output)
16yYrvQWijeDGkj3RrQNkWd2ZJmQXvub7V (0.00000802 BTC - Output)
16wgAfS2wtEmCECQXeziejSFLzcDTVbMm2 (0.00200536 BTC - Output)
15eGdKmfmYT5BD7v2eWYf7AEJF4MyGdeDv (0.00048109 BTC - Output)
19eSzsr5V8aaLEWruceX2wLrHhFoyHnE77 (0.0036802 BTC - Output)
1P34turmZmndGX2n9CXGNe9FjB8CCdbuSk (0.00387093 BTC - Output)
1LdbgzKvZKozhdNvo3KpGLxmXmRiPLnqwe (0.00001775 BTC - Output)
12LK3UQQxfSbg2K5oh27Q96cmw6arVAXzr (0.00002398 BTC - Output)
1GyStcHEHYdoW4QHnuohbnho4qB9pHGzV4 (0.00003053 BTC - Output)
13DPJFwGo82YzcRYoQKfqmmba2niSmTpZs (0.00005296 BTC - Output)

16SAeGqQ4KKZVSPK9Kw7k2bBQc5HoEc3ze (0.00081348 BTC - Output)
1MnxDEZYtpY71XwEXNPr1UDS2GU7Tq9i7E (0.00020206 BTC - Output)
1A6586u3iN4ac4E3gjZvBjHxw23frAvVPa (0.00004058 BTC - Output)
16z2FwHE3Y1XEXFgWp3TLcynrsrDN1qdbe (0.00233479 BTC - Output)
1D9PhacQiHn9aJWytsvNXkcz7NhG4NTKDG (0.00079057 BTC - Output)


Each one highlighted in red, actually cost way MORE for you to send, than it was actually worth!!?! Shocked Shocked

Each one of those inputs is 148 bytes, you used a fee of 310 sats/Byte, therefore, those inputs cost you:
(6 inputs * 148 bytes) * 310 = 275280 sats = 0.00275280 BTC...

However, those inputs are only worth:
0.00000802 + 0.00001775 + 0.00002398 + 0.00003053 + 0.00005296  + 0.00004058 = 0.00017382

That's a net LOSS of 0.00257898 BTC!!?! Shocked Shocked In fact, the ones marked in orange also cost you more to send than they were worth... with your fee of 310 sats/byte anything less than 45880 sats (0.00045880 BTC) cost you more to send than it was worth Sad Undecided

What you should have done, was import your wallet into a wallet that has "Coin Control" (Like Electrum)... and then selected ONLY the larger coin values:
16wgAfS2wtEmCECQXeziejSFLzcDTVbMm2 (0.00200737 BTC - Output)
16wgAfS2wtEmCECQXeziejSFLzcDTVbMm2 (0.00200536 BTC - Output)
19eSzsr5V8aaLEWruceX2wLrHhFoyHnE77 (0.0036802 BTC - Output)
1P34turmZmndGX2n9CXGNe9FjB8CCdbuSk (0.00387093 BTC - Output)
16z2FwHE3Y1XEXFgWp3TLcynrsrDN1qdbe (0.00233479 BTC - Output)

This would have resulted in:

Total Inputs: 0.01389865 BTC
Transaction size: approximately (5 *148) + 34 + 10 = 784 bytes
Fee: 310 sats/byte
Total Fee: 784 * 310 = 243040 sats = 0.00243040

Total Output: 0.01389865 - 0.00243040 = 0.01146825 BTC

Compared with the 0.00890956 BTC you actually got... plus you'd still have the smaller BTC that you might have been able to "rescue" at a later date when fees are a bit less ridiculous.


TL;DR: Don't collect dust... and use a wallet with Coin Control.

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January 11, 2018, 11:40:58 AM
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Just for your future reference, the problem wasn't just the wallet... but the way you were using it has also contributed to your problem. Here are your inputs:

16wgAfS2wtEmCECQXeziejSFLzcDTVbMm2 (0.00200737 BTC - Output)
16wgAfS2wtEmCECQXeziejSFLzcDTVbMm2 (0.00048817 BTC - Output)
1HzibzLKAsG2BS7YfU2aoe9XcCFRHajFgo (0.00030408 BTC - Output)
13GxV7nBWe1Eon7d8HRtdBEqzPsDVLryMo (0.00013353 BTC - Output)
16yYrvQWijeDGkj3RrQNkWd2ZJmQXvub7V (0.00000802 BTC - Output)
16wgAfS2wtEmCECQXeziejSFLzcDTVbMm2 (0.00200536 BTC - Output)
15eGdKmfmYT5BD7v2eWYf7AEJF4MyGdeDv (0.00048109 BTC - Output)
19eSzsr5V8aaLEWruceX2wLrHhFoyHnE77 (0.0036802 BTC - Output)
1P34turmZmndGX2n9CXGNe9FjB8CCdbuSk (0.00387093 BTC - Output)
1LdbgzKvZKozhdNvo3KpGLxmXmRiPLnqwe (0.00001775 BTC - Output)
12LK3UQQxfSbg2K5oh27Q96cmw6arVAXzr (0.00002398 BTC - Output)
1GyStcHEHYdoW4QHnuohbnho4qB9pHGzV4 (0.00003053 BTC - Output)
13DPJFwGo82YzcRYoQKfqmmba2niSmTpZs (0.00005296 BTC - Output)

16SAeGqQ4KKZVSPK9Kw7k2bBQc5HoEc3ze (0.00081348 BTC - Output)
1MnxDEZYtpY71XwEXNPr1UDS2GU7Tq9i7E (0.00020206 BTC - Output)
1A6586u3iN4ac4E3gjZvBjHxw23frAvVPa (0.00004058 BTC - Output)
16z2FwHE3Y1XEXFgWp3TLcynrsrDN1qdbe (0.00233479 BTC - Output)
1D9PhacQiHn9aJWytsvNXkcz7NhG4NTKDG (0.00079057 BTC - Output)


Each one highlighted in red, actually cost way MORE for you to send, than it was actually worth!!?! Shocked Shocked

Each one of those inputs is 148 bytes, you used a fee of 310 sats/Byte, therefore, those inputs cost you:
(6 inputs * 148 bytes) * 310 = 275280 sats = 0.00275280 BTC...

However, those inputs are only worth:
0.00000802 + 0.00001775 + 0.00002398 + 0.00003053 + 0.00005296  + 0.00004058 = 0.00017382

That's a net LOSS of 0.00257898 BTC!!?! Shocked Shocked In fact, the ones marked in orange also cost you more to send than they were worth... with your fee of 310 sats/byte anything less than 45880 sats (0.00045880 BTC) cost you more to send than it was worth Sad Undecided

What you should have done, was import your wallet into a wallet that has "Coin Control" (Like Electrum)... and then selected ONLY the larger coin values:
16wgAfS2wtEmCECQXeziejSFLzcDTVbMm2 (0.00200737 BTC - Output)
16wgAfS2wtEmCECQXeziejSFLzcDTVbMm2 (0.00200536 BTC - Output)
19eSzsr5V8aaLEWruceX2wLrHhFoyHnE77 (0.0036802 BTC - Output)
1P34turmZmndGX2n9CXGNe9FjB8CCdbuSk (0.00387093 BTC - Output)
16z2FwHE3Y1XEXFgWp3TLcynrsrDN1qdbe (0.00233479 BTC - Output)

This would have resulted in:

Total Inputs: 0.01389865 BTC
Transaction size: approximately (5 *148) + 34 + 10 = 784 bytes
Fee: 310 sats/byte
Total Fee: 784 * 310 = 243040 sats = 0.00243040

Total Output: 0.01389865 - 0.00243040 = 0.01146825 BTC

Compared with the 0.00890956 BTC you actually got... plus you'd still have the smaller BTC that you might have been able to "rescue" at a later date when fees are a bit less ridiculous.


TL;DR: Don't collect dust... and use a wallet with Coin Control.

Thanks for the insight.

Yes, indeed, BlockChain.info has caused us nothing but troubles! We are very happy to stop using it. Losing $40 - $50 in this process is a lesson to learn.

We would still be using it for Bitcoin Cash transactions only but if anyone has recommendations for other good Bitcoin Cash wallets we would be happy to hear.

Thanks again.

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January 11, 2018, 11:44:28 AM
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Thank you LoyceV!
Happy to help. I see you paid about 50% in fee, madness Shocked

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1Ad9xp6Bi7gcznEPJcEghPvQDpvS6FCojy goes straight into my Coinomi Bitcoin Cash wallet, thanks!

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We would still be using it for Bitcoin Cash transactions only but if anyone has recommendations for other good Bitcoin Cash wallets we would be happy to hear.
My recommendations would be, if you're not going to get a hardware wallet like a Trezor or a Ledger, and you don't want to run full nodes like Bitcoin Core or BitcoinABC:

BTC - Electrum
BCH - ElectronCash (it's basically a BCH version of Electrum)

You should avoid web wallets in general.

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Thank you LoyceV!
Happy to help. I see you paid about 50% in fee, madness Shocked

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Please provide us with your BCH wallet for a tip (15% of the amount)
1Ad9xp6Bi7gcznEPJcEghPvQDpvS6FCojy goes straight into my Coinomi Bitcoin Cash wallet, thanks!
You didnt answer what about me.
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We would still be using it for Bitcoin Cash transactions only but if anyone has recommendations for other good Bitcoin Cash wallets we would be happy to hear.
My recommendations would be, if you're not going to get a hardware wallet like a Trezor or a Ledger, and you don't want to run full nodes like Bitcoin Core or BitcoinABC:

BTC - Electrum
BCH - ElectronCash (it's basically a BCH version of Electrum)

You should avoid web wallets in general.

Thanks!

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Thank you LoyceV!
Happy to help. I see you paid about 50% in fee, madness Shocked

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Please provide us with your BCH wallet for a tip (15% of the amount)
1Ad9xp6Bi7gcznEPJcEghPvQDpvS6FCojy goes straight into my Coinomi Bitcoin Cash wallet, thanks!
You didnt answer what about me.

We sent $10 to LoyceV and will send $10 to you as well, hope this helps and satisfies you both?!

Grab, please provide your BCH wallet, thanks!

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For me it is fine Smiley Thank's
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Each one highlighted in red, actually cost way MORE for you to send, than it was actually worth!!?! Shocked Shocked
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TL;DR: Don't collect dust... and use a wallet with Coin Control.
I noticed this too indeed. The wallet should be able to prevent this, but I can imagine many people complain if they can't use all their funds.

We would still be using it for Bitcoin Cash transactions only but if anyone has recommendations for other good Bitcoin Cash wallets we would be happy to hear.
I've used Electron Cash without problems, but I don't trust it, so I've only used it in a VM.

I see you transfered this money. Problem fixed?
Yes, thank you both, if LoyceV agrees we can send you both a tip, preferably in BCH because of low fees and guaranteed delivery of funds.
I'm totally fine with this.

You didnt answer what about me.
This thread received many new posts between the time I started typing and the moment I posted my previous post. I'm fine with anything Smiley


It's confirming, thanks Smiley

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For me it is fine Smiley Thank's
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Done, thanks.

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