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November 20, 2014, 12:32:02 AM
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I've sent small amount ( 0.0024 btc ) 2 days ago with network propagation : 0 % ( very poor ), still unconfirm untill yesterday, and today when i open my blockchain i was suprised, my 0.0024 is back and the tx id disappeared from my transactions history.
Here is the tx id.
https://blockchain.info/
tx/022cbd0bc7cac9c462ef7cad68d9b7823f5b8ce2c01de9ce66

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November 20, 2014, 04:25:33 AM
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Your transaction dropped out from the mempool due to the transaction being unconfirmed for a long time and the nodes are unwilling to relay it as the output and fees are low. The whole network pretty much dropped your transaction. You can now resign the transaction with a standard network fee and it would be confirmed just fine.














 

 

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