I really wish wallets more accurately predicted confirmation times, to keep fees lower and save people money. I just sent a low priority tx and it still got confirmed in less than five minutes, but the estimation was for half an hour (using Mycelium). /r/Bitcoin
[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Transaction with a $28 fee (at the time yesterday) zero confirmations after 33~ hours. This is ri...
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12-22 17:13 - 'Transaction with a $28 fee (at the time yesterday) zero confirmations after 33~ hours. This is ridiculous.' (blockchain.info) by /u/cardwarsaddict removed from /r/Bitcoin within 571-581min
Confirmations: Say it takes 24 hours to get your first confirmation, will it always take a long time for future confirmations or once it gets it's first and a minor picks it up, it will only be about 10 minutes for all future ones? /r/Bitcoin
Bitcoin Transaction 0 Confirmations after 10 hours with "High Priority" Blockchain Estimation Time. Help!!!!
Hello all! I'm super peeved at this current pickle that I am in. Yesterday around mid-day I sent a transaction from my Electrum Bitcoin Wallet to my DN market wallet. The market address changed within the last day and I really dont want my coins to be lost in limbo. Can someone tell me what the hell is the issue an maybe some possible solutions? Here is the transaction from blockchain. https://blockchain.info/tx/bcc3d46468805d5b64b7674be2bffdee7da7178cacf85877b8a381a3eebce0d4
08-22 06:32 - 'Back then we never had $3 fees. I have been with bitcoin core for a long time and I am accepting its death. Want to know why. I sent a transaction with $3 on it for the fee. It has been two hours without any confirmation. I lost...' by /u/Hemlck removed from /r/Bitcoin within 84-94min
''' Back then we never had $3 fees. I have been with bitcoin core for a long time and I am accepting its death. Want to know why. I sent a transaction with $3 on it for the fee. It has been two hours without any confirmation. I lost $250 but I am glad it happened when it did to me and not later on ''' Context Link Go1dfish undelete link unreddit undelete link Author: Hemlck
03-18 21:04 - 'FUCK THIS SHIT I SENT $2150 worth of bitcoin with a substantial fee to ensure it got confirmed quickly, it's been 2 fucking hours, only 2 blocks confirmed in that time period and mine was skipped over for whatever fuc...' by /u/WhoCaresAboutYouu removed from /r/Bitcoin within 49-59min
''' FUCK THIS SHIT I SENT $2150 worth of bitcoin with a substantial fee to ensure it got confirmed quickly, it's been 2 fucking hours, only 2 blocks confirmed in that time period and mine was skipped over for whatever fucking reason now there hasn't been a block in an hour and the unconfirmed transactions just keep building up how can anyone rely on a currency so fucking unreliable ''' Context Link Go1dfish undelete link unreddit undelete link Author: WhoCaresAboutYouu
[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Waiting on a accidental low fee transaction to confirm (45 hours wait time as of now), will sendi...
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Basically waiting to see what happens with the current transaction I have pending. Sent from a Blockchain.info wallet but did not set fee correctly so it's been pending with no confirmations for just about 45 hours as of now. If I didn't wanna wait to see what's gonna happen with the first transaction. Will sending a similar amount with a higher fee cause any issues with the first transaction, or will it just send with a higher priority because I actually set a correct fee? I've done some researching on it myself but haven't really found a clear answer. Most end up just with myself more confused and worrying that I'll cause a longer delay or a new issue.
Very long transaction times anyone? I Sent a small amount of Bitcoin .049 from Coinbase to Kraken and its taking over 12 hours to confirm?! Anyone having this issue sending Bitcoin at the moment? /r/Bitcoin
Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Not sure where else to ask this. Placed an order with DRC, used bitcoin. Said "waiting for confirms..." Then 28ish hours later it "timed out." My bitcoins are still gone, but DRC does not have them... /r/RCSources
Wholeheartedly willing to get downvoted, but this RMT obsession has to stop.
This sub hasn't got a clue, I swear. Huge sweeping changes to the game mechanics are a terrible way to combat RMT. It's basically an admission that your anti-cheat doesn't work. Most MMOs suffer in some way from an RMT problem; WoW, Runescape, even Destiny 2 has RMT issues if you just look. Thing is, the anticheat in those games actually works worth a damn, so the entire playerbase doesn't have to suffer from endless tinkering with in-game systems. Before you hit me with 'it's a hardcore game, deal with it, it's supposed to be grindy', just stop. Just don't bother. I've heard it time and time again, and it's bullshit. You know it's bullshit just as well as I do. The changes BSG have been making recently to nerf all forms of progression only make the game 'more hardcore' for people who work full time and don't have the same amount of *time* as streamers who dedicate their entire life to this game. That's not 'hardcore'. The game's difficulty mechanically is 'hardcore' and always have been, and I love it. These changes, though, in my eyes, are just time-wasting for the sake thereof. Since when does the amount of time one has to invest in a game define how fucking hardcore it is? Would you describe WoW as more hardcore than Tarkov because of how long you have to play to progress? Or perhaps beating all three Witcher games back to back is 'hardcore' because it took a long time. Are ARMA or DCS inherently less hardcore than Tarkov because an operation can be completed in an afternoon? No, judging how hardcore a game is by the amount of time one has to invest in it is a joke. *No game* should give enormous *mechanical advantages* to those with more time on their hands. There's already an inherent skill advantage that comes from that amount of practice, designing the mechanics to also reward only those with that much time is a kick in the teeth to all the people who love this game but can't invest that level of time. And yeah, you can go ahead and say 'ummm actualllly it's a beta, so they can do what they like, stop whining', and yep. Yes, they can. You're correct. However, comma, that doesn't mean I have to pretend to like it. Yes, I did buy EoD and no, I don't regret it because of all the fun I've had til now. But suggesting people who don't like the current direction the game is going in aren't allowed to voice their opinion because the game's in beta is fucking ludicrous. What do you think the purpose of a playable beta is? Nikita is more than welcome to ignore all the people who don't like these new changes, but what gives people on this sub the right to tell me that I'm not entitled to an opinion on the product I've chosen to financially support. It's such a toxic, capital-G Gamer attitute to suggest that 'Tarkov is OUR game because we're willing to dump several full days a week into grinding for our Bitcoin farms. You should just go and play something else, this clearly isn't a game for you. Go play Call of Duty.' I shouldn't even have to express how utterly reductive and childish that is. Grow up. I'm getting HUGE red flags with the way this game is currently going, because it's all too similar to a game I used to love, The Culling. That game blew up on launch and a bunch of high profile streamers suggested changes to the game, and the devs went ahead and implemented all of them without so much as *thinking* about how they'd affect the average player. Look at where that game is now. Servers shut down, because the average player simply stopped having fun. I'm not saying BSG is even close to that bad, but this endless tinkering with mechanics for the nebulous, vague purpose of 'RMT' has to stop or I don't know if the 'little guys' are gonna stick around much longer. EDIT: I AM AWARE THAT RMT != CHEATING. But cheating is what makes RMT viable. RMTers need to keep items in supply, and to do that, they cheat. It's much more profitable. Ergo, if you stamp out cheaters, the RMT problem becomes significantly diminished. EDIT 2: u/ArxMessor makes a great point that Tarkov is an MMO and therfore should have some kind of grind. I agree. However, most MMOs use systems like weekly bounties etc to ensure even players with only maybe 10 hours a week to invest in the game can still keep up and compete. Tarkov currently rewards time investment *exponentially* which removes all possibility of catching up. EDIT 3: Yep, my DMs right now are very much confirming the things I said above about a certain subset of this community. Thanks, Gamers. EDIT 4: I get it, Destiny anti-cheat is ass. I made a mistake there, since I don't play Trials of Osiris. However, do you see Bungie making the win requirement for Trials 50 wins instead of 9 or whatever just to slow down the hackers? Of course not, because it hurts normal players more. Edit 5: My first gold! Thanks kind stranger.
I sent a $500 Bitcoin transaction this morning, and attached a 0.01 BTC ($0.43 fee), thinking that should be plenty high enough in this time of congestion. 8 hours later it still has not confirmed. Madness! /r/btc
[HALVING MEGATHREAD] Block 630000 has been mined. Mining subsidy is now 6.25 BTC per block. The third Bitcoin Halving is now complete!
As of now, 630,000 blocks have been mined on the Bitcoin network, and the block reward has successfully halved for the secondTHIRD time. The previous block reward was 12.5 BTC, and the new block reward is now 6.25 BTC. Since the previous halving at Block 420000, monetary inflation decreased from 4.17%% to 3.57%. Block 630000 signals an immediate 50% reduction to 1.79%. The next halving will occur at Block 840000 in approximately four years. Godspeed, Bitcoin! Here's Block 630000 in all its glory!
To be honest, as a merchant accepting credit cards I may get confirmation a transaction have been approved within 4-5 minutes, but the actual settlement won't take place for another 12-24+ hours. I wouldn't expect to see the funds in my bank account for at least 3 days. The average time it takes to mine a block is 10 minutes, so you would expect a transaction to take around an hour on average. However, the recent popularity boom of Bitcoin has caused congestion on the network. The average time for one confirmation has recently ranged anywhere from 30 minutes to over 16 hours in extreme cases. Contents1 Bitcoin is a bubble or new technology? 2 litecoin transaction confirmation time today. 3 Do you believe in Bitcoin? It is unequivocal that litecoin transaction confirmation time is gaining popularity. And this popularity is changing with varying success. Bitcoin is a bubble or new technology? The world has split into two camps. Some consider […] However, currently, the average time for the first Bitcoin transaction confirmation is about 20 minutes. Here is the average timing chart for the last 7 days: Moreover, you can reduce the transaction fee and shorten this time even more by using segwit enabled wallets . Median Confirmation Time The median time for a transaction with miner fees to be included in a mined block and added to the public ledger. 30 Days 60 Days 180 Days 1 Year 3 Years All Time Raw Values 7 Day Average 30 Day Average
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