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Is this a way to reverse a transaction?
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December 25, 2015, 09:36:33 PM
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Is this a way to reverse a transaction?

It's a too fool question... Is a basic of btc that you can reverse a transaction... hope in a fork Smiley
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December 27, 2015, 06:59:36 PM
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worked, thanks!

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December 28, 2015, 10:30:14 AM
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worked fine for me too
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December 28, 2015, 11:03:00 PM
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Is this a way to reverse a transaction?

get rid of the unconfirmed txn in your wallet and then send all of your coins to another address with a really high fee... hope for the best.....maybe your new txn will have preference on the network and get confirmed.... leaving the old one in never never land until it dies

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January 01, 2016, 03:40:31 PM
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Is this a way to reverse a transaction?

It's a too fool question... Is a basic of btc that you can reverse a transaction... hope in a fork Smiley


Is this a way to reverse a transaction?

get rid of the unconfirmed txn in your wallet and then send all of your coins to another address with a really high fee... hope for the best.....maybe your new txn will have preference on the network and get confirmed.... leaving the old one in never never land until it dies

Thank you. Under what circumstances will you use this?
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January 01, 2016, 04:19:25 PM
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Good guide.... however I don't use core.... and blockchain just retries it automatically.

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March 27, 2016, 09:42:22 AM
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Ultimate way to delete your forever unconfirmed transactions


  • Backup your wallet just in case
  • Download Pywallet
  • Run './pywallet.py --web'
  • Go to http://localhost:8989 in your browser
  • Fill the Delete form like this:

    • Wallet Directory: /your/wallet/directory
    • Wallet Filename: yourwalletfilename
    • Key: all
    • Type: leave 'Transaction'

  • Click the Delete button
  • Run 'bitcoin -rescan'
  • Done, no more unconfirmed tx's

Hey,

I just try to follow this instruction... but got problems.

I downloaded pywallet and run pywallet.py --web. If I run it it wants to download a file called "pywallet.py" which I did...
But what to do now?

If I type in http://localhost:8989 in my brower I just get a message that it is not available.

Does my wallet needs to be open at the time I do this?
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March 27, 2016, 09:45:32 AM
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Ultimate way to delete your forever unconfirmed transactions


  • Backup your wallet just in case
  • Download Pywallet
  • Run './pywallet.py --web'
  • Go to http://localhost:8989 in your browser
  • Fill the Delete form like this:

    • Wallet Directory: /your/wallet/directory
    • Wallet Filename: yourwalletfilename
    • Key: all
    • Type: leave 'Transaction'

  • Click the Delete button
  • Run 'bitcoin -rescan'
  • Done, no more unconfirmed tx's

Hey,

I just try to follow this instruction... but got problems.

I downloaded pywallet and run pywallet.py --web. If I run it it wants to download a file called "pywallet.py" which I did...
But what to do now?

If I type in http://localhost:8989 in my brower I just get a message that it is not available.

Does my wallet needs to be open at the time I do this?


how about just start core with -zapwallettxes ? the unconfirmed tx will be gone.

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March 27, 2016, 09:48:38 AM
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Ultimate way to delete your forever unconfirmed transactions


  • Backup your wallet just in case
  • Download Pywallet
  • Run './pywallet.py --web'
  • Go to http://localhost:8989 in your browser
  • Fill the Delete form like this:

    • Wallet Directory: /your/wallet/directory
    • Wallet Filename: yourwalletfilename
    • Key: all
    • Type: leave 'Transaction'

  • Click the Delete button
  • Run 'bitcoin -rescan'
  • Done, no more unconfirmed tx's

Hey,

I just try to follow this instruction... but got problems.

I downloaded pywallet and run pywallet.py --web. If I run it it wants to download a file called "pywallet.py" which I did...
But what to do now?

If I type in http://localhost:8989 in my brower I just get a message that it is not available.

Does my wallet needs to be open at the time I do this?


how about just start core with -zapwallettxes ? the unconfirmed tx will be gone.

I use core v0.11.0
As far as I know this is only available from 0.12.0
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March 27, 2016, 09:52:22 AM
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I use core v0.11.0
As far as I know this is only available from 0.12.0

it has been available since 0.9.0 .  Smiley

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March 27, 2016, 09:53:59 AM
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I use core v0.11.0
As far as I know this is only available from 0.12.0

it has been available since 0.9.0 .  Smiley

Thank you Smiley
I'll try it now - let's see if it works.
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March 29, 2016, 02:33:19 PM
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I did a transaction earlier with 0 transaction fee. It was unconfirmed for a long time. I wanted to cancel it. I didn't find this tutorial at that time. This is a great guide, every other bitcoin user needs to know. Do pywallet has the feature to remove an address from a wallet file?

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May 04, 2016, 01:41:26 AM
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Ultimate way to delete your forever unconfirmed transactions


  • Backup your wallet just in case
  • Download Pywallet
  • Run './pywallet.py --web'
  • Go to http://localhost:8989 in your browser
  • Fill the Delete form like this:

    • Wallet Directory: /your/wallet/directory
    • Wallet Filename: yourwalletfilename
    • Key: all
    • Type: leave 'Transaction'

  • Click the Delete button
  • Run 'bitcoin -rescan'
  • Done, no more unconfirmed tx's

Hey,

I just try to follow this instruction... but got problems.

I downloaded pywallet and run pywallet.py --web. If I run it it wants to download a file called "pywallet.py" which I did...
But what to do now?

If I type in http://localhost:8989 in my brower I just get a message that it is not available.

Does my wallet needs to be open at the time I do this?


how about just start core with -zapwallettxes ? the unconfirmed tx will be gone.

My unconfirmed transaction was 100% restored after opening bitcoin-qt with the following command...
Code:
"C:\Program Files\Bitcoin\bitcoin-qt.exe" -zapwallettxes

There was no need to install any additional programs. The functionality is built into bitcoin-qt.

For the uninitiated, here's how to run the command above on Windows... (note: this will only work for bitcoin-qt v9+)
  • Open your Bitcoin Core wallet (bitcoin-qt.exe).
  • Make a backup of your wallet, just in case [File > Backup Wallet].
  • Close Bitcoin-qt (don't just minimise it, close it).
  • Make a new shortcut or copy your existing bitcoin-qt shortcut.
  • Right-click the new copy of the shortcut and choose Properties.
  • Add " -zapwallettxes" (with a space and without quotes) to the end of the existing 'Target' field (see the command above - your path may be different, so just leave your path as it is).
  • Click OK to save and close the properties window.
  • You can now open your Bitcoin Core wallet using this new shortcut. After it opens, you should see "rescanning network XX%".
  • Done! Your unconfirmed bitcoin should now appear in the balance area.
  • Close your wallet.
  • Delete the shortcut you just created to prevent accidentally using it again.
  • Open your wallet using the original shortcut.

The lesson: Don't be a potato and send your transactions with zero fees!

If I have missed something, please let me know.

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May 17, 2016, 05:53:59 PM
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Ultimate way to delete your forever unconfirmed transactions


  • Backup your wallet just in case
  • Download Pywallet
  • Run './pywallet.py --web'
  • Go to http://localhost:8989 in your browser
  • Fill the Delete form like this:

    • Wallet Directory: /your/wallet/directory
    • Wallet Filename: yourwalletfilename
    • Key: all
    • Type: leave 'Transaction'

  • Click the Delete button
  • Run 'bitcoin -rescan'
  • Done, no more unconfirmed tx's

Hey,

I just try to follow this instruction... but got problems.

I downloaded pywallet and run pywallet.py --web. If I run it it wants to download a file called "pywallet.py" which I did...
But what to do now?

If I type in http://localhost:8989 in my brower I just get a message that it is not available.

Does my wallet needs to be open at the time I do this?


how about just start core with -zapwallettxes ? the unconfirmed tx will be gone.

My unconfirmed transaction was 100% restored after opening bitcoin-qt with the following command...
Code:
"C:\Program Files\Bitcoin\bitcoin-qt.exe" -zapwallettxes

There was no need to install any additional programs. The functionality is built into bitcoin-qt.

For the uninitiated, here's how to run the command above on Windows... (note: this will only work for bitcoin-qt v9+)
  • Open your Bitcoin Core wallet (bitcoin-qt.exe).
  • Make a backup of your wallet, just in case [File > Backup Wallet].
  • Close Bitcoin-qt (don't just minimise it, close it).
  • Make a new shortcut or copy your existing bitcoin-qt shortcut.
  • Right-click the new copy of the shortcut and choose Properties.
  • Add " -zapwallettxes" (with a space and without quotes) to the end of the existing 'Target' field (see the command above - your path may be different, so just leave your path as it is).
  • Click OK to save and close the properties window.
  • You can now open your Bitcoin Core wallet using this new shortcut. After it opens, you should see "rescanning network XX%".
  • Done! Your unconfirmed bitcoin should now appear in the balance area.
  • Close your wallet.
  • Delete the shortcut you just created to prevent accidentally using it again.
  • Open your wallet using the original shortcut.

The lesson: Don't be a potato and send your transactions with zero fees!

If I have missed something, please let me know.





Actually the easiest way on Windows (assuming Bitcoin is installed in default location) can be boiled down to simply:

  • Backup Wallet (always before messing with your wallet)
  • Start->Run->type "cmd" -> hit enter, a black command prompt window should appear
  • Type
Code:
"C:\Program Files\Bitcoin\bitcoin-qt.exe" -zapwallettxes
    in the window and hit enter

No need to mess with shortcuts or anything, this will launch the GUI one time using the -zapwallettxes flag which is what you want in this case.

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June 23, 2016, 06:01:15 PM
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Ultimate way to delete your forever unconfirmed transactions


  • Backup your wallet just in case
  • Download Pywallet
  • Run './pywallet.py --web'
  • Go to http://localhost:8989 in your browser
  • Fill the Delete form like this:

    • Wallet Directory: /your/wallet/directory
    • Wallet Filename: yourwalletfilename
    • Key: all
    • Type: leave 'Transaction'

  • Click the Delete button
  • Run 'bitcoin -rescan'
  • Done, no more unconfirmed tx's

Hey,

I just try to follow this instruction... but got problems.

I downloaded pywallet and run pywallet.py --web. If I run it it wants to download a file called "pywallet.py" which I did...
But what to do now?

If I type in http://localhost:8989 in my brower I just get a message that it is not available.

Does my wallet needs to be open at the time I do this?


how about just start core with -zapwallettxes ? the unconfirmed tx will be gone.

My unconfirmed transaction was 100% restored after opening bitcoin-qt with the following command...
Code:
"C:\Program Files\Bitcoin\bitcoin-qt.exe" -zapwallettxes

There was no need to install any additional programs. The functionality is built into bitcoin-qt.

For the uninitiated, here's how to run the command above on Windows... (note: this will only work for bitcoin-qt v9+)
  • Open your Bitcoin Core wallet (bitcoin-qt.exe).
  • Make a backup of your wallet, just in case [File > Backup Wallet].
  • Close Bitcoin-qt (don't just minimise it, close it).
  • Make a new shortcut or copy your existing bitcoin-qt shortcut.
  • Right-click the new copy of the shortcut and choose Properties.
  • Add " -zapwallettxes" (with a space and without quotes) to the end of the existing 'Target' field (see the command above - your path may be different, so just leave your path as it is).
  • Click OK to save and close the properties window.
  • You can now open your Bitcoin Core wallet using this new shortcut. After it opens, you should see "rescanning network XX%".
  • Done! Your unconfirmed bitcoin should now appear in the balance area.
  • Close your wallet.
  • Delete the shortcut you just created to prevent accidentally using it again.
  • Open your wallet using the original shortcut.

The lesson: Don't be a potato and send your transactions with zero fees!

If I have missed something, please let me know.





Actually the easiest way on Windows (assuming Bitcoin is installed in default location) can be boiled down to simply:

  • Backup Wallet (always before messing with your wallet)
  • Start->Run->type "cmd" -> hit enter, a black command prompt window should appear
  • Type
Code:
"C:\Program Files\Bitcoin\bitcoin-qt.exe" -zapwallettxes
    in the window and hit enter

No need to mess with shortcuts or anything, this will launch the GUI one time using the -zapwallettxes flag which is what you want in this case.


Does someone knows how to do that on mac ? I'm using bitcoin core 0.12.1
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July 05, 2016, 03:52:56 AM
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Ultimate way to delete your forever unconfirmed transactions


  • Backup your wallet just in case
  • Download Pywallet
  • Run './pywallet.py --web'
  • Go to http://localhost:8989 in your browser
  • Fill the Delete form like this:

    • Wallet Directory: /your/wallet/directory
    • Wallet Filename: yourwalletfilename
    • Key: all
    • Type: leave 'Transaction'

  • Click the Delete button
  • Run 'bitcoin -rescan'
  • Done, no more unconfirmed tx's

Hey,

I just try to follow this instruction... but got problems.

I downloaded pywallet and run pywallet.py --web. If I run it it wants to download a file called "pywallet.py" which I did...
But what to do now?

If I type in http://localhost:8989 in my brower I just get a message that it is not available.

Does my wallet needs to be open at the time I do this?


how about just start core with -zapwallettxes ? the unconfirmed tx will be gone.

My unconfirmed transaction was 100% restored after opening bitcoin-qt with the following command...
Code:
"C:\Program Files\Bitcoin\bitcoin-qt.exe" -zapwallettxes

There was no need to install any additional programs. The functionality is built into bitcoin-qt.

For the uninitiated, here's how to run the command above on Windows... (note: this will only work for bitcoin-qt v9+)
  • Open your Bitcoin Core wallet (bitcoin-qt.exe).
  • Make a backup of your wallet, just in case [File > Backup Wallet].
  • Close Bitcoin-qt (don't just minimise it, close it).
  • Make a new shortcut or copy your existing bitcoin-qt shortcut.
  • Right-click the new copy of the shortcut and choose Properties.
  • Add " -zapwallettxes" (with a space and without quotes) to the end of the existing 'Target' field (see the command above - your path may be different, so just leave your path as it is).
  • Click OK to save and close the properties window.
  • You can now open your Bitcoin Core wallet using this new shortcut. After it opens, you should see "rescanning network XX%".
  • Done! Your unconfirmed bitcoin should now appear in the balance area.
  • Close your wallet.
  • Delete the shortcut you just created to prevent accidentally using it again.
  • Open your wallet using the original shortcut.

The lesson: Don't be a potato and send your transactions with zero fees!

If I have missed something, please let me know.





Actually the easiest way on Windows (assuming Bitcoin is installed in default location) can be boiled down to simply:

  • Backup Wallet (always before messing with your wallet)
  • Start->Run->type "cmd" -> hit enter, a black command prompt window should appear
  • Type
Code:
"C:\Program Files\Bitcoin\bitcoin-qt.exe" -zapwallettxes
    in the window and hit enter

No need to mess with shortcuts or anything, this will launch the GUI one time using the -zapwallettxes flag which is what you want in this case.


Just writing to say thanks, I have just got back over 0.03 from numourous transactions that i had where i had not paid enough of a fee so they were just sitting there with no confirmations.

The above method of doing through command prompt works super easy.

Once again, THANK YOU

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July 05, 2016, 04:10:29 AM
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Does someone knows how to do that on mac ? I'm using bitcoin core 0.12.1

Follow this for on mac
http://www.wikihow.com/Get-to-the-Command-Line-on-a-Mac

http://freebitcoinbuilder.com
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July 27, 2016, 12:07:32 PM
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Also key -salvagewallet works.
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