Troubleshooting transactions

Unconfirmed transactions

The wallet does not confirm the transaction. Miners in each coin's network do this.

The most common cause is trading with too low mining fees. There are transactions on the network that pay high fees to miners, but there is no incentive to confirm transactions that pay low fees to miners. Too many transactions sent worldwide can increase fees and increase latency for low-fee transactions. The second most common cause is previous unconfirmed transactions. In general, transactions should be confirmed in order. A new transaction is usually not confirmed, but the transaction before it has not yet been confirmed. Transactions are confirmed when there are no other transactions on the network that pay miners higher fees

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