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January 31, 2018, 01:34:40 PM
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Hello everyone, please pardon if here is not the right place for this post. I mistakenly send bitcoin from my wallet to the same wallet address which the money is yet to be deliver to my account and at the same time my account is yet to be debited. Please is it possible that payment can be deliver to the same bitcoin account? Please I need you guys opinion on how I can resolve this problem.
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January 31, 2018, 01:55:11 PM
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Hello everyone, please pardon if here is not the right place for this post. I mistakenly send bitcoin from my wallet to the same wallet address which the money is yet to be deliver to my account and at the same time my account is yet to be debited. Please is it possible that payment can be deliver to the same bitcoin account? Please I need you guys opinion on how I can resolve this problem.
Yes,you can receive and sadly you will be charged the transaction fee.I am also in the same situation one time,I wrongly give my wallet address while sending bitcoins from my coinbase wallet but I recieved later the bitcoins after the confirmations.So you don't have to worry you are not lost your bitcoins.

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January 31, 2018, 03:55:21 PM
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i don't know what you mean by "bitcoin account" but if you mean sending from one address to the same address or a transaction like this one:
https://blockchain.info/tx/2df5e2caf81010a73e5ab0c8395cfe71ec2ce2746e15af4eb2bdede69119df3c?show_adv=true

then as you can see it is possible. it is a perfectly valid transaction and bitcoin doesn't care who the recipient is and where the coins are coming from. as long as it is a valid transaction with a valid signature spending valid transaction outputs.
and as for confirmation, currently as long as you pay the appropriate fee it will be confirmed.

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January 31, 2018, 06:44:55 PM
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i don't know what you mean by "bitcoin account" but if you mean sending from one address to the same address or a transaction like this one:
https://blockchain.info/tx/2df5e2caf81010a73e5ab0c8395cfe71ec2ce2746e15af4eb2bdede69119df3c?show_adv=true

then as you can see it is possible. it is a perfectly valid transaction and bitcoin doesn't care who the recipient is and where the coins are coming from. as long as it is a valid transaction with a valid signature spending valid transaction outputs.
and as for confirmation, currently as long as you pay the appropriate fee it will be confirmed.

Yeah it easy to send but you will know about the transaction process. Bitcoin address is careful to handle to transaction proces. If address is wrong mentioned you can't find the people. So you will check the address before you will send.  Address will be change the all coin. So you know about the address create. It safe to transfor the coin no mediators in the transaction process. So it good opportunity for the people for transaction process.
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February 01, 2018, 05:48:41 AM
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i don't know what you mean by "bitcoin account" but if you mean sending from one address to the same address or a transaction like this one:
https://blockchain.info/tx/2df5e2caf81010a73e5ab0c8395cfe71ec2ce2746e15af4eb2bdede69119df3c?show_adv=true

then as you can see it is possible. it is a perfectly valid transaction and bitcoin doesn't care who the recipient is and where the coins are coming from. as long as it is a valid transaction with a valid signature spending valid transaction outputs.
and as for confirmation, currently as long as you pay the appropriate fee it will be confirmed.
Thank you so much for your response and the transaction evidence you provided to surport your explanation. And I really do hope that my own will be delivered safely not minding the transaction cost it might cost me at the end of the day.
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April 10, 2018, 09:12:37 AM
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I don't think that it can happen but if you gonna send bitcoin in the same wallet address then it is so nonsense that you gonna do it. Why you will transfer if the bitcoin is already there? Only a newbie or a person with mental disorder will gonna make that move. Just an opinion only.
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