Why hasn't the transaction been mined yet?

Hash (txid) : c1de919520b27ef0bd18a81522e0a9f5bc800b5a5798308fbda55a3618defdc5

sending address : t1fJsz3kFNcsnbokS3AeRQK7mqGzA2JwEov

receive address : t1aFhp3TmuKsVrMpxyiPsxYADKwZiGACyby

Sorry to hear this, I understand that you are using D’Cent wallet (which I’m not personally familiar with).

A mempool transaction should hopefully clear up in a few days. If it doesn’t then you have a couple options to try and “push” it through.

Replace By Fee
The Replace By Fee method is the simplest and most reliable way of pushing through a stuck transaction. It involves rebroadcasting the unconfirmed transaction again, but this time with a higher fee. This works as long as the unconfirmed transaction really is unconfirmed, i.e. it has zero network confirmations. This way, the double-spend problem is avoided. Many wallets such as Electrum allow you to replace a stuck transaction with one with a higher fee.

Child Pays For Parent
The Child Pays For Parent method is a bit more technically advanced than Replace By Fee.
The idea is to create a new transaction (B) - the child - which uses part of the unconfirmed transaction (A) - the parent - as an input. This new transaction should have a relatively high fee attached to it. For miners to confirm Transaction B they will also have to include Transaction A into the block. If the fee of Transaction B is high enough to pay for both transactions, miners will prioritize it.

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Replace_by_fee

https://bitcoinelectrum.com/how-to-do-a-manual-child-pays-for-parent-transaction/

https://twitter.com/DCENTwallets?s=09

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Thank you so much for your care.

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Shawn Forum Moderator and ZOMG member
February 27

Sorry to hear this, I understand that you are using D’Cent wallet (which I’m not personally familiar with).

A mempool transaction should hopefully clear up in a few days. If it doesn’t then you have a couple options to try and “push” it through.

Replace By Fee
The Replace By Fee method is the simplest and most reliable way of pushing through a stuck transaction. It involves rebroadcasting the unconfirmed transaction again, but this time with a higher fee. This works as long as the unconfirmed transaction really is unconfirmed, i.e. it has zero network confirmations. This way, the double-spend problem is avoided. Many wallets such as Electrum allow you to replace a stuck transaction with one with a higher fee.

Child Pays For Parent
The Child Pays For Parent method is a bit more technically advanced than Replace By Fee.
The idea is to create a new transaction (B) - the child - which uses part of the unconfirmed transaction (A) - the parent - as an input. This new transaction should have a relatively high fee attached to it. For miners to confirm Transaction B they will also have to include Transaction A into the block. If the fee of Transaction B is high enough to pay for both transactions, miners will prioritize it.

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Replace_by_fee

https://bitcoinelectrum.com/how-to-do-a-manual-child-pays-for-parent-transaction/

https://twitter.com/DCENTwallets?s=09


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