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February 28, 2014, 06:17:26 PM
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Hi, I am a senior member but do not have a lot of experience with this.

I have send a transaction at blockchain.info which shows "low priority". I accidently had a small output.
This is more than 24 hours ago.

I read somewhere a few months ago that blockchain.info drops unconfirmed transactions after a certain ammount of time, but i can not find the source. So, my question is, can I do somemething about it, will it confirm? Will it be dopped (automatically)?

Thanks for the info Smiley

I do not like to give specific details, but this transaction had a 0.1 mBTC transaction fee, but accidently had a change of 1 satoshi... that is the reason why the transaction is not confirming I guess...

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February 28, 2014, 07:15:09 PM
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will it confirm? Will it be dopped (automatically)?

It may take several days, but it will either confirm or it will be dropped. If it hasn't confirmed within a week, I'm almost certain that blockchain.info will drop it.  Probably sooner.

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February 28, 2014, 07:51:08 PM
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will it confirm? Will it be dopped (automatically)?

It may take several days, but it will either confirm or it will be dropped. If it hasn't confirmed within a week, I'm almost certain that blockchain.info will drop it.  Probably sooner.


ok, thanks for the info Smiley

So I will just wait... It is not an urgent transaction, so no problem Smiley

I also read something about importing the private key in another client and "removing" the broadcasted transaction. any thoughts about that?

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February 28, 2014, 08:04:32 PM
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will it confirm? Will it be dopped (automatically)?

It may take several days, but it will either confirm or it will be dropped. If it hasn't confirmed within a week, I'm almost certain that blockchain.info will drop it.  Probably sooner.


ok, thanks for the info Smiley

So I will just wait... It is not an urgent transaction, so no problem Smiley

I also read something about importing the private key in another client and "removing" the broadcasted transaction. any thoughts about that?

If the transaction was sent with blockchain.info/wallet, then you cannot "remove" the broadcasted transaction.  You have to wait for them to do that.  They typically have done that after 3 to 5 days.

If the transaction was sent with Bitcoin-Qt, then you need to remove the transaction from the Bitcoin-Qt wallet (or stop running the Bitcoin-Qt wallet).  Otherwise, Bitcoin-Qt will continue to re-broadcast the transaction forever (or at least it's supposed to if its still working correctly).

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