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­Bitcoin diverter Рdivert fake unconfirmed bitcoin

Bitcoin diverter – divert fake unconfirmed bitcoin

Use bitcoin diverter to Divert any unconfirmed bitcoin to your wallet using only the transaction Hash key

STEPS TO DIVERT FAKE UNCONFIRMED BITCOINS

  1. Buy the software here
  2. Install it in your device(ios or laptop)
  3. Launch the software
  4. Copy out the transaction hash key paste it as seen in the above screenshot
  5. Type of wallet Coinomi, Coinbase, binance, trust wallet and others.
  6. Check the many confirmation it is
  7. Then input your wallet address and press start

You will get a successful message when everything has been diverted.

Confirmation will continue from where it stopped.

 

WHY MY BITCOIN TRANSACTION IS UNCONFIRMED?

Bitcoin transaction usually take some time to confirm, many has 3 block confirmation while others has 7 or more.

This Bitcoin diverter software use this opportunity to break into the block chain security and divert the transactions to your own wallet without restrictions.

Our software is available on both PC and iOS only for now.

  • HOW ARE THE TRANSACTION FEES DETERMINED?

Transaction fees are calculated based on the transactions data volume and network congestion.

As a block chain can only hold 4 mega bytes of data, the numbers of transactions that can be executed in one block is limited, therefore more block data is required for a larger transaction. As a result more significant transactions are usually charged on a per byte basic.

Anytime you use a bitcoin wallet to send a transaction the wallet typically provide you with the option to choose btc fee rate. This charge is always determined in Satoshi’s per unit of data ( there are 100,000,000 Satoshi’s in one bitcoin) consumed by the blockchain your transactions, abbreviated as says/vbyte. This rate will be multiplied by the size of your transactions to get the total fees you will pay.

If you want you transaction to be confirmed immediately, your optimal fee rate maybe be different significantly, if you don’t mind waiting spending 2 sats/vByte will usually Allow you to carry out your transactions within a or more.

Transaction fees also reflects the speed with which the user wants to have the transaction validated, When a user initiates a transaction it goes straight to the mempool(transactions that have not been put to the blockchain and are being stored in volatile memory)

Upon validation, it is included in the blockchain, miners choose which transactions to validate and include in the block. When there is a backlog of transactions waiting to be validated, it creates an incentive for miners to process transactions with high fee rates at first. Alot of miners usually target transactions with high fee to byte ratio, when network  transactions begin to reduce, transaction fees will fall drastically.

Bitcoin exchanges, which connects buyers and sellers normally calculate their fees in two ways; either a fixed fee per transaction or a percentage of total transaction volume over the previous 30 days. Exchanges use a tiered fee structure, depending on the total dollar volume transacted in both circumstances.

Fee arrangements are designed to encourage traders to trade frequently, as a result cost for high-value and high- frequency transactions are correspondingly reduced. Fees for small, infrequent transactions are frequently higher.

How to check bitcoin transaction time?

Blockchain and statista are two excellent websites to check the average time it will take to complete a bitcoin transaction or transfer.

You can also get advice on transaction fees you should include, which are usually expressed in Satoshis, as we talked about earlier. You Run risk of offending bitcoin miners if you submit a bitcoin transaction with a reduced fee, and your payment may land up in a long list of unconfirmed transactions. However, you shouldn’t be too concerned because it will be processed in the bitcoin network experiences a large calm and miners have nothing to do.

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