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PLEASE HELP! I have like 450 bucks I sent to a vendor, it is stuck in blockchain!


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Been 3 days now. It is not going through to vendor's wallet. What do i do. Is there a way to contact someone. Or use a transaction ID to retrieve it, and push into wallet?

I don't know anything much about Bitcoin.

I don't wanna lose my funds to sit in a blockchain and eventually vanish. What do i do?? Can I reverse it. Push it thru.. What? This is nuts to let it go to no one! Thanks!

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1 hour ago, Sweet Guy said:

Been 3 days now. It is not going through to vendor's wallet. What do i do. Is there a way to contact someone. Or use a transaction ID to retrieve it, and push into wallet?

I don't know anything much about Bitcoin.

I don't wanna lose my funds to sit in a blockchain and eventually vanish. What do i do?? Can I reverse it. Push it thru.. What? This is nuts to let it go to no one! Thanks!

It definitely won't vanish. If enough time goes by and it isn't picked up in a block, it will be cleared/forgotten, which means it becomes available in your wallet again.

Try entering the transaction ID into bitaccelerate.com and acceleratebtc.com to have the transaction broadcasted to more nodes.

If you did an RBF transaction, you can increase the transaction fee to attempt to entice miners to pick it up in a block. A new transaction will be created with info from the old transaction and a higher fee assigned.

I'd say just wait. This is an ongoing issue (network congestion, high transaction fee) with Bitcoin and why, for all its pioneering beauty, it's an inferior product. Check if your vendor accepts other crypto (XMR, ZCash, LTC, ...) - there's literally no lack of blockchains that confirm within minutes.

The only other wild card here is if the wallet address is wrong (mistakenly sent to Bitcoin Cash addy, or used a service that flips addy to steal funds like privnote.com [legit] vs. privnotes.com [phish], or just addy that is wrong yet valid), but you can of course double-check these transaction details on the blockchain explorer. If it did go to wrong address, depending on the circumstance, it's either possibly recoverable [BCH] or not at all [phish, wrong but valid].

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We are all having issues receiving payment with blockchain. @thrasherlove Hi Thrasher read above. Maybe you can help me understand this.

I want to find a way to pull what I sent out of the blockchain. I tried YouTube, and people say it can be done, but it seems impossible.

Oh yeah, thanks for all the info @rootshealer. I got caught up trying as fast as I can to get BTC sent returned on every YT channel, etc. Then she was having the same issue. It's to the same vendor. I hope we get refunded, I don't want to wait a long time.

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The issue with the cancellation option is that it's still a transaction (either through RBF or double-spend method, you're increasing the mining fee and redirecting the money to yourself), so you may be right back to where you started if the transaction fee is still too low and miners don't pick it up.

Bitcoin network congestion has been an issue for years. The blockchain just wasn't designed to handle the load it sometimes has to bear. So during times of high transaction volume, miners prioritize the most lucrative transactions (highest fees) and transactions get backlogged.

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@Sweet Guy are you sure you put the correct address in to be sent? Is it possible you sent it to the wrong place? I have done that before a while back and just had to write that off as a loss on my own part. I hope not. I definitely understand how you feel right now. 

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On 5/22/2021 at 10:48 AM, rootshealer said:

It definitely won't vanish. If enough time goes by and it isn't picked up in a block, it will be cleared/forgotten, which means it becomes available in your wallet again.

Try entering the transaction ID into bitaccelerate.com and acceleratebtc.com to have the transaction broadcasted to more nodes.

If you did an RBF transaction, you can increase the transaction fee to attempt to entice miners to pick it up in a block. A new transaction will be created with info from the old transaction and a higher fee assigned.

I'd say just wait. This is an ongoing issue (network congestion, high transaction fee) with Bitcoin and why, for all its pioneering beauty, it's an inferior product. Check if your vendor accepts other crypto (XMR, ZCash, LTC, ...) - there's literally no lack of blockchains that confirm within minutes.

The only other wild card here is if the wallet address is wrong (mistakenly sent to Bitcoin Cash addy, or used a service that flips addy to steal funds like privnote.com [legit] vs. privnotes.com [phish], or just addy that is wrong yet valid), but you can of course double-check these transaction details on the blockchain explorer. If it did go to wrong address, depending on the circumstance, it's either possibly recoverable [BCH] or not at all [phish, wrong but valid].

Indeed if its on the block you will eventually get your funds back 

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@Sweet Guy bad time too have money stuck it's dropping mine disappearing too

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Does everyone like buy from pax or crypto then transfer to external private wallet then send to subscription?

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2 hours ago, Rec said:

Does everyone like buy from pax or crypto then transfer to external private wallet then send to subscription?

exchange > personal wallet > anon wallet > destination

exchange > btc-xmr (or other crypto to xmr) converter > anon wallet [preferably xmr, but could convert back to btc or other) > destination (xmr breaks the link since it hides addresses and trx amounts)

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@rootshealer this should work

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This may not help but if you accidentally send bch to a BTC address it’s gone. Just a warning. Yes I am an idiot and I did it. Even tried to hide a miner and there said no can do. 

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