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February 02, 2018, 04:31:31 AM
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Transaction ID d4bd660d39471ba6e2883f303a83a8a346e449860e47bd8d9e5d37e8946146d2

Paid said money. After about 4 days transaction still stuck?  Huh
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February 02, 2018, 04:44:04 AM
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Transaction ID d4bd660d39471ba6e2883f303a83a8a346e449860e47bd8d9e5d37e8946146d2

Paid said money. After about 4 days transaction still stuck?  Huh
Never heard of hooli bitcoin tx accelerator (most tx accelerator are scams). btw your transaction is not in the mempool, you'll have to re-broadcast your tx.
Here's a tutorial on how to re-broadcast a tx (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2510862.0) or just open your bitcoin wallet.
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February 02, 2018, 06:03:05 AM
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Thanks.  I'll try opening the wallet. But this may be difficult as I deleted it. Then restored it on another computer.     
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February 02, 2018, 06:22:39 AM
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Thats scam accelerator for sure, dont pay anything for accelerator except they can proof if they're legit such as viabtc paid accelerator
anyway, i tried to rebroadcast your transaction via blockcypher but this is what it said
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Error sending transaction: insufficient priority and fee for relay.
IMO, you should do Replace-by-fee or Double spent it and use higher fee. Since your fee its just 1 sat/b.

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February 02, 2018, 07:45:59 AM
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Transaction ID d4bd660d39471ba6e2883f303a83a8a346e449860e47bd8d9e5d37e8946146d2

Paid said money. After about 4 days transaction still stuck?  Huh

The thread of the hooli transaction accelerator is here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2717898.0, and the website is http://www.hooli1.net/. The OP of that thread already has negative trust for his shady accelerator behavior.

Most free transaction accelerators apart from viabtc, antpool, are going to be scams. Especially the ones that advertise themselves on the forum.

And this one seems no different. They don't seem to have anything to do with an actual pool that is accelerating transactions, but rather they are just at best a service that is copy pasting transaction into another free transaction accelerator.

Never pay to use them. Plus this site used confirmtx's template as well.

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February 02, 2018, 08:42:50 AM
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Thanks for the help.

I can see that the fee hasn't increased on my transaction on the block chain so the HooLi Accelerator is a scam douche site.  Grin

My problem is I don't have any Bitcoin left in the empty wallet. So I'll have to send some fee money to it. And then double spend the exact amount with a higher fee to the same address?

Would it help if I abandon the transaction from the receiving wallet? The receiving Armory wallet has that option. But it's greyed out on the sending Bitcoin Core wallet.     
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February 02, 2018, 08:48:35 AM
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The core wallet also now has the option to increase the fee. So that is what I should have done but didn't spot the option before. Probably a recent option.  Roll Eyes  

It doesn't work anyway after trying.
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February 02, 2018, 08:55:40 AM
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Bitcoin should have a 1 rate fee for everyone. Because the fees are getting out of hand. Some will take advantage and won't pay any fee. And the miners are now kind of holding the transactions hostage.  This is making Bitcoin undependable and causing loss of confidence. 
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February 02, 2018, 11:00:41 AM
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The core wallet also now has the option to increase the fee. So that is what I should have done but didn't spot the option before. Probably a recent option.  Roll Eyes 
I don't use core, but I believe that was an old feature, even electrum has that options for months.
Bitcoin should have a 1 rate fee for everyone. Because the fees are getting out of hand. Some will take advantage and won't pay any fee. And the miners are now kind of holding the transactions hostage.  This is making Bitcoin undependable and causing loss of confidence. 
Bitcoin Tx fees depends on the mempool and current hashrate
https://bitcoinfees.earn.com

May I suggest for you to create Segwit wallet instead?
Segwit will lower bitcoin fee tremendously allowing you to create transaction with lower fee and arguably lower confirmation time

P.s only use viabtc accelerator, the rest of them are a scam Roll Eyes
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February 03, 2018, 02:35:39 AM
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Bitcoin Core

Bitcoin Core makes making Full RBF transactions very easy. Simply go to the transactions list, right click the transaction that is stuck, and choose the "Abandon Transaction" option.

If that option is greyed out, then you must go to the Bitcoin Core datadir and delete the mempool.dat file. Then restart Bitcoin Core with the -walletbroadcast=0 option and then you should be able to use "Abandon Transaction".

If the above two options fail for some reason, then you can start Bitcoin Core with the -zapwallettxes option to clear all unconfirmed transactions from your wallet.

Once the transaction is either Abandoned or cleared from the wallet, you can simply go to the Send tab and send the Bitcoin again but make sure that you include a sufficient transaction fee.

Does anyone know exactly how to get the option -walletbroadcast=0 option to work? It sounds like a command line option to  to me. I don't know much about code. When I type it into the debug window console I get "Method not found (code -32601)".

   
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February 03, 2018, 03:23:15 AM
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When you submit transactions to a legit transaction accelerator it does not increase the fee of your transaction. All it does is that it prioritises the transaction to be confirmed when they mine a block.

In this hooli transaction accelerator, they are definitely not a mining pool, so any transactions that you submit to them are probably not going to be actually accelerated and the whole site is literally just there to scam people's money.

Since the amounts involved are >0.1 BTC and I think you'd like to have access to these funds because of the volatility of BTC right now, use pushtx.btc.com. I did a rough estimate on your transaction, and it should take around $21 right now to accelerate it. BTC.com actually owns a mining pool, and have reviews on their accelerator. $21 is a decent price to pay.

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February 03, 2018, 09:29:08 AM
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My transmission went through!  Cheesy

I followed the direction in the video link below and it went through. I don't know if it was a coincidence or not?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dZSEPLpqNA8   
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February 03, 2018, 11:03:59 AM
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My transmission went through!  Cheesy

I followed the direction in the video link below and it went through. I don't know if it was a coincidence or not?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dZSEPLpqNA8  
It was just a coincidence although the method (2nd part) shown in the video (using ViaBTC) really works (if you get to successfully accelerate it).
If you click the block number that your transaction was included in, you can see that "BitFury" included your transaction in the block that they mined (not ViaBTC).

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I dind't use VIA BTC. The video shows how to accelerate the transaction yourself.
If you mean the first part, then he showed how to rebroadcast a transaction (it's different from accelerating).

For future references, you can also use this list: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Transaction_broadcasting

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February 03, 2018, 11:34:16 AM
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My transmission went through!  Cheesy

I followed the direction in the video link below and it went through. I don't know if it was a coincidence or not?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dZSEPLpqNA8  
It was just a coincidence although the method (2nd part) shown in the video (using ViaBTC) really works (if you get to successfully accelerate it).
If you click the block number that your transaction was included in, you can see that "BitFury" included your transaction in the block that they mined (not ViaBTC).

I dind't use VIA BTC. The video shows how to accelerate the transaction yourself. I thought before, that the Accelerator sites use some of your money to increase the fee. But all they do is get attention from the miners to your delayed transaction. They probably just do what is in that video.  
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February 03, 2018, 05:13:58 PM
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My transmission went through!  Cheesy

I followed the direction in the video link below and it went through. I don't know if it was a coincidence or not?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dZSEPLpqNA8  
It was just a coincidence although the method (2nd part) shown in the video (using ViaBTC) really works (if you get to successfully accelerate it).
If you click the block number that your transaction was included in, you can see that "BitFury" included your transaction in the block that they mined (not ViaBTC).

I dind't use VIA BTC. The video shows how to accelerate the transaction yourself. I thought before, that the Accelerator sites use some of your money to increase the fee. But all they do is get attention from the miners to your delayed transaction. They probably just do what is in that video.  

Rebroadcasting != Accelerating

Your transaction almost definitely was known by miners, as even 1 sat/byte was going through a few hours ago. It only confirmed because the transaction backlog is mostly cleared and more exchanges are batching now.

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