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October 01, 2018, 04:21:57 PM
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Hello everyone,i need help about Bitpay invoice.

I found out like 2 weeks ago that i can load my Skrill balance with Btc processed by Bitpay. I sent my btc from my desktop wallet to bitpay wallet in order to pay btc to merchant!
I've used their service couple of times and successfully paid my transactions to Skrill,but miner fee was like 0.20 $ .

I found out you cant manually change the miners fee to merchants in Bitpay mobile wallet.I saw that there's an option in their wallet in Setting > Bitcoin network fee policy> then i changed to "Urgent" (77 sats/byte),but seems like when i scan everytime an invoice it doesnt recognize my settings and only uses the "merchant fees".This sucks so hard ,cant believe they dont let me use my manual option-Urgent fee!!!

Now im stuck with thx with 3sat/b (0.04 $ cents when the 6 blocks fee(1 hour) is 0.16 cents atm,according to https://bitcoinfees.info ).

So now my btc deposit to Skrill will be stuck forever,because they dont take into account my preference fees,but they alwas use MERCHANT FEES Huh

Please help me find a way to receive my money to Skrill.Can you push my thx or something like that? I think they credit my money when there are 6 confirmation.I hope that wont last 2-3 days...Why it has to be so hard every time...  Sad Sad

EDIT: this is my tx id: https://www.blockchain.com/btc/tx/3ef2c20c3bfe66c2c7e8fe71e0f753e3e34f5affa9ac31e78ecb3717f5415490
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October 01, 2018, 04:25:14 PM
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So now my btc deposit to Skrill will be stuck forever,because they dont take into account my preference fees,but they alwas use MERCHANT FEES Huh

Please help me find a way to receive my money to Skrill.Can you push my thx or something like that? I think they credit my money when there are 6 confirmation.I hope that wont last 2-3 days...Why it has to be so hard every time...  Sad Sad
It's not stuck forever and it's not going to take 2-3 days... We just had a spike of a few 5 sat/byte+ transactions in the mempool[1], but it should clear out soon.

Your transaction will most likely get confirmed in a few hours.



[1] https://jochen-hoenicke.de/queue/#1,24h

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October 01, 2018, 04:32:55 PM
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So now my btc deposit to Skrill will be stuck forever,because they dont take into account my preference fees,but they alwas use MERCHANT FEES Huh

Please help me find a way to receive my money to Skrill.Can you push my thx or something like that? I think they credit my money when there are 6 confirmation.I hope that wont last 2-3 days...Why it has to be so hard every time...  Sad Sad
It's not stuck forever and it's not going to take 2-3 days... We just had a spike of a few 5 sat/byte+ transactions in the mempool[1], but it should clear out soon.

Your transaction will most likely get confirmed in a few hours.



[1] https://jochen-hoenicke.de/queue/#1,24h

I need 6 confirmation in order to see my $ in Skrill.I really dont want to wait that long..Is there any way paying Bitpay invoice with custom miners fee.If im able to choose i will set 1-2 $ fee,i don't get why im forced to send the tx with 0.04 cents,when my tx's are urgent.....

Edit: its been 3 hours+ already with no confirmation and i need 6 ,i believe...  Lips sealed
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October 01, 2018, 05:24:23 PM
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I need 6 confirmation in order to see my $ in Skrill.I really dont want to wait that long..Is there any way paying Bitpay invoice with custom miners fee.If im able to choose i will set 1-2 $ fee,i don't get why im forced to send the tx with 0.04 cents,when my tx's are urgent.....

Edit: its been 3 hours+ already with no confirmation and i need 6 ,i believe...  Lips sealed

When looking at 3ef2c20c3bfe66c2c7e8fe71e0f753e3e34f5affa9ac31e78ecb3717f5415490 on

https://btc.com/3ef2c20c3bfe66c2c7e8fe71e0f753e3e34f5affa9ac31e78ecb3717f5415490
https://blockchair.com/bitcoin/transaction/3ef2c20c3bfe66c2c7e8fe71e0f753e3e34f5affa9ac31e78ecb3717f5415490

It seems that your transaction has been confirmed already. I'm not so sure why blockchain.com doesn't display it correctly though.

I'm not an expert on Bitpay, but it sounds like it might have something to do with the scanning of a transaction versus doing it manually?

Also it's quite unclear what exactly you're doing/what wallets you are using.

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I sent my btc from my desktop wallet to bitpay wallet in order to pay btc to merchant!
I've used their service couple of times and successfully paid my transactions to Skrill,but miner fee was like 0.20 $ .

I found out you cant manually change the miners fee to merchants in Bitpay mobile wallet.
What BTC desktop wallet?

You send BTC from Desktop wallet -> mobile Bitpay wallet -> Skrill deposit adress to convert it to $? correct?

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October 01, 2018, 05:33:02 PM
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I need 6 confirmation in order to see my $ in Skrill.I really dont want to wait that long..Is there any way paying Bitpay invoice with custom miners fee.If im able to choose i will set 1-2 $ fee,i don't get why im forced to send the tx with 0.04 cents,when my tx's are urgent.....

Edit: its been 3 hours+ already with no confirmation and i need 6 ,i believe...  Lips sealed

When looking at 3ef2c20c3bfe66c2c7e8fe71e0f753e3e34f5affa9ac31e78ecb3717f5415490 on

https://btc.com/3ef2c20c3bfe66c2c7e8fe71e0f753e3e34f5affa9ac31e78ecb3717f5415490
https://blockchair.com/bitcoin/transaction/3ef2c20c3bfe66c2c7e8fe71e0f753e3e34f5affa9ac31e78ecb3717f5415490

It seems that your transaction has been confirmed already. I'm not so sure why blockchain.com doesn't display it correctly though.

I'm not an expert on Bitpay, but it sounds like it might have something to do with the scanning of a transaction versus doing it manually?

Yeah someone helped or tx fees dropped,dont know.I can now see 3 confirmation,but i still need 3 more.

I was complete noob too when i found out that Bitpay uses security protocol(its used to prevent phishing or typing incorrect btc address ). In order to pay an invoice you need to scan the QR code. If i knew whats the merchant btc address i would've sent the money directly from my desktop wallet with high fee,but they force you to use their wallet and receiver's btc address is always a link,not an actual btc address,thats the difference .  Wink


What BTC desktop wallet?

You send BTC from Desktop wallet -> mobile Bitpay wallet -> Skrill deposit adress to convert it to $? correct?

correct


EDIT: Its finally here,thank God ! Next time i will probably wait for fees to drop and wont send if i see that it will take hours or days,since you cant change merchant fees.Thanks guys...  Grin Grin
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October 06, 2018, 06:09:54 AM
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I was complete noob too when i found out that Bitpay uses security protocol(its used to prevent phishing or typing incorrect btc address ). In order to pay an invoice you need to scan the QR code. If i knew whats the merchant btc address i would've sent the money directly from my desktop wallet with high fee,but they force you to use their wallet and receiver's btc address is always a link,not an actual btc address,thats the difference .  Wink

There are a few tools available on the internet which decode the sheme to a standard bitcoin address.

One of these tools can be found here: https://alexk111.github.io/DeBitpay/ (Source code: https://github.com/alexk111/DeBitpay).
You will be able to derive the address the funds need to be sent to with this tool.

Then you can skip the process of sending your funds from your desktop wallet to your bitpay mobile wallet, and send it directly from your desktop wallet instead.


Note that i haven't tried this tool out and can't guarantee that it is 100% working. However, it seems to have quite good reputation and is mentioned quite frequently.

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