#1 Bitcoin Fee Estimator and Calculator (2020 Updated)

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BlockStorage is a protocol to connect and abstract all communications with a blockchain to store your files there. We basically provide a simple way to save your files on blockchains of your preference. Using our protocol you can save your files at Ignis, Doge, Bitcoin, or any other blockchain.
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This sub is strictly focused on mining on the MiningPoolHub service.
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Subreddit for BCexchange (short for ​Blocks & Chains Decentralized Exchange). B&C Exchange will be an open-source decentralized exchange that completes cryptocurrency trades between users by utilizing multisig signers that compete for blockchain rewards based on their effectiveness and honesty. Trades occur using real cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and NuBits.
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Bitcoin SV 1.0.5 is released today and contains free consolidation transactions, meaning you will not have to pay mining fees anymore when consolidating small utxos, as Satoshi envisioned

Bitcoin SV 1.0.5 is released today and contains free consolidation transactions, meaning you will not have to pay mining fees anymore when consolidating small utxos, as Satoshi envisioned submitted by zhell_ to bitcoincashSV [link] [comments]

Bitcoin SV 1.0.5 is released today and contains free consolidation transactions, meaning you will not have to pay mining fees anymore when consolidating small utxos, as Satoshi envisioned

Bitcoin SV 1.0.5 is released today and contains free consolidation transactions, meaning you will not have to pay mining fees anymore when consolidating small utxos, as Satoshi envisioned submitted by zhell_ to bitcoinsv [link] [comments]

09-20 16:25 - 'dumb idea to pay 4 usd in fees for a 2 usd drink... use monero, im sorry, but its just superior. 1-5 cents fee per transaction, fully private, softcapped so it wont die after last one is mined' by /u/cerpadlo removed from /r/Bitcoin within 37-47min

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dumb idea to pay 4 usd in fees for a 2 usd drink... use monero, im sorry, but its just superior. 1-5 cents fee per transaction, fully private, softcapped so it wont die after last one is mined
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Need your input on fees I'm paying for every transaction in exchange. (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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How do I pay for something using Bitcoin? What about bitcoin transaction fees, local exchange rates & blockchain confirmation times? [Bitcoin Basics Podcast]

How do I pay for something using Bitcoin? What about bitcoin transaction fees, local exchange rates & blockchain confirmation times? [Bitcoin Basics Podcast] submitted by CoinCompassBTC to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

How do I pay for something using Bitcoin? What about bitcoin transaction fees, local exchange rates & blockchain confirmation times? [Bitcoin Basics Podcast] (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

How do I pay for something using Bitcoin? What about bitcoin transaction fees, local exchange rates & blockchain confirmation times? [Bitcoin Basics Podcast] (x-post from /Bitcoin) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

Bitcoin SV 1.0.5 is released today and contains free consolidation transactions, meaning you will not have to pay mining fees anymore when consolidating small utxos, as Satoshi envisioned

Bitcoin SV 1.0.5 is released today and contains free consolidation transactions, meaning you will not have to pay mining fees anymore when consolidating small utxos, as Satoshi envisioned submitted by zhell_ to crypt0snews [link] [comments]

A common response I see to justifying high transaction fees is: "If Bitcoin hits $100,000 then I don't care about paying a $500 fee!" That is a very selfish and short-sighted view.

It's very SELFISH and short-sighted to justify high transaction fees just because you think the coin might hit $100,000.
The higher fees go, the more of the world is shut off from the ability to avail themselves of the freedom of money. So just because you can afford it, doesn't mean that the rest of the world can. Bitcoin is about helping the WORLD.
To these people who justify high fees with a high price: Think a little outside yourself and stop being so selfish.
 
(This is a follow-up to the video I recently made predicting how high will BTC fees go next bull run: https://youtu.be/xcGxjb_PsiM )
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Three years ago today Xapo stopped paying Bitcoin miner transaction fees for users because it was getting too expensive for them!

Three years ago today Xapo stopped paying Bitcoin miner transaction fees for users because it was getting too expensive for them! submitted by MemoryDealers to btc [link] [comments]

"If Bitcoin hits $100k, I don't care about paying a $500 transaction fee!" (common statement I see) — Why This is Selfish & Short-Sighted

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Why's bitcoin not like a queue(first in, first out) and transaction fees fixed ? this way users don't have to fight with other users willing to pay very high fees. (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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A common response I see to justifying high transaction fees is: "If Bitcoin hits $100,000 then I don't care about paying a $500 fee!" That is a very selfish and short-sighted view.

It's very SELFISH and short-sighted to justify high transaction fees just because you think the coin might hit $100,000.
The higher fees go, the more of the world is shut off from the ability to avail themselves of the freedom of money. So just because you can afford it, doesn't mean that the rest of the world can. Bitcoin is about helping the WORLD.
To these people who justify high fees with a high price: Think a little outside yourself and stop being so selfish.
 
(This is a follow-up to the video I recently made predicting how high will BTC fees go next bull run: https://youtu.be/xcGxjb_PsiM )
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"If Bitcoin hits $100k, I don't care about paying a $500 transaction fee!" (common statement I see) — Why This is Selfish & Short-Sighted

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05-18 04:24 - 'its the software that calculates the fee that is the issue, and its a common thing across all services that uses em. look at the chain and you'll see that most transactions pay 20 to 100x more than they need to in fees f...' by /u/OverLeveraged14 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 2-12min

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its the software that calculates the fee that is the issue, and its a common thing across all services that uses em. look at the chain and you'll see that most transactions pay 20 to 100x more than they need to in fees for a long time following a day of high traffic.pretty clear example going on right now. [[link]2
edit : always use a wallet that lets you set custom fees.
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I'd rather pay a small transaction fee with Bitcoin than letting central bankers fuck around with printing their fake money.

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"If Bitcoin hits $100k, I don't care about paying a $500 transaction fee!" (common statement I see) — Why This is Selfish & Short-Sighted

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I was looking for a way to save on transaction (Tx) fees during peak network congestions and came across this great resource that provides insights on how to save on tx fee simply based on the type of bitcoin wallet I am using, apparently, a well-optimized bitcoin wallet pays less Tx fees.

I was looking for a way to save on transaction (Tx) fees during peak network congestions and came across this great resource that provides insights on how to save on tx fee simply based on the type of bitcoin wallet I am using, apparently, a well-optimized bitcoin wallet pays less Tx fees. submitted by primalfabric to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

March 16, 2017: Rising Bitcoin fees force Xapo and other exchanges to stop paying miner transaction fees for users.

March 16, 2017: Rising Bitcoin fees force Xapo and other exchanges to stop paying miner transaction fees for users.
Three years ago today Xapo stopped paying Bitcoin miner transaction fees for users because it was getting too expensive for them.
Jamie Redman had some good coverage for Bitcoin.com about it.
The news follows almost two weeks worth of backed up transactions filling the mempool. Currently, the backlog has over 200,000 unconfirmed transactions at the time of writing and has been this way for the past 36 hours.
So far lots of people have been waiting over six hours to three days for one confirmation and have been complaining throughout forums. Furthermore, fees are higher than ever as May 16 reveals many people were paying upwards of $2 per transaction. Last week the average transaction cost for a normal 226KB tx was $1-1.50, and people still criticized wait times. People complaining about rising fees could be seen coming from both small blockers and big blockers over the past week.
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"So here's my first taste of Bitcoin Cash. Bought Bitcoin with Alipay first, then realized I've got to pay for a nearly 66% transaction fee. Bought Bitcoin Cash in panic. Lost some silver but I think the new rate will allow me to play around. So what exactly can I buy with it?"

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$670M Bitcoin Transaction Pays 26c Fees (Try That, Gold)

$670M Bitcoin Transaction Pays 26c Fees (Try That, Gold) submitted by yandabanda to CryptoCurrencies [link] [comments]

Nightmare Come True: User Pays $2.6 Million in Transaction Fees to Send $134 of Ether | Altcoins Bitcoin News

Nightmare Come True: User Pays $2.6 Million in Transaction Fees to Send $134 of Ether | Altcoins Bitcoin News submitted by DarkestChaos to crypt0snews [link] [comments]

Nightmare Come True: User Pays $2.6 Million in Transaction Fees to Send $134 of Ether | Altcoins Bitcoin News

Nightmare Come True: User Pays $2.6 Million in Transaction Fees to Send $134 of Ether | Altcoins Bitcoin News submitted by DarkestChaos to crypt0snews [link] [comments]

A Legacy of No-Fee Bitcoin Transactions How To PAY LESS FEES for Bitcoin transactions w Ledger Nano S Why Bitcoin fees are so heigh? How to pay less transaction fee? Bitcoin Fees Explained How to Avoid Bitcoin Network Transaction Fees When Using Coinbase

Every bitcoin transaction must be added to the blockchain, the official public ledger of all bitcoin transactions, in order to be considered successfully completed or valid. The work of validating transactions and adding them to the blockchain is done by miners, powerful computers that make up and connect to the network. Miners spend vast amounts of computing power and energy doing this for a ... What ultimately determines the price of a Bitcoin transaction fee is the activity level on the Bitcoin blockchain and the speed with which you want the transaction to be processed. If the network is congested, meaning there are a lot of people submitting transactions at roughly the same time, you’ll likely have to pay a higher transaction fee for your transaction to be processed at all, let ... For example, if your transaction is 600 bytes and you pay a fee of 10,000 Satoshis you will be in the 16.66 Satoshi per byte section (10,000/600=16.66). At the time of writing this post, this will ... "Life is stealing from you. Literally. Surcharge by Transaction Fee. Convenience is bleeding you dry. Satoshi by satoshi. Chump change. That 0.0001322 Bitcoin you don't even bother to bend over to pick up on the sidewalk is the same 0.0001322 Bitcoin you get bent over for by all these services. You want to call 411, that'll cost 0.00066 ... How Transaction Fees Work. A transaction (tx) fee is a small amount of bitcoin included in a transaction that rewards miners for validating a payment, which results in confirmation on the ...

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A Legacy of No-Fee Bitcoin Transactions

How bitcoin fees are calculated simply explained in this video. Advice is to not send lot of small incoming transactions to your address but rather with and send all at once. If you are new to Bitcoin, you will find it hard to get your hands on some at first so here is a list of the most popular websites to buy Bitcoin. 🚩 Get $10 worth of Bitcoin on your first $100 ... SUBSCRIBE AND PARTICIPATE IN MY GIVE AWA'S THANK YOU FOR WATCHING https://youtu.be/nQJrgYhQpLg ----- 👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇 https://youtu.be ... Every time we send a bitcoin transaction, we pay a fee relative to its size. Strangely, this has almost nothing to do with how much money is being sent -- the blockchain world just isn't that simple! Support our channel by using the Brave browser, browse up to 3 times faster, no ads, get rewarded for browsing: http://bit.ly/35vHo0M This is a complete begi...

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