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I have a blockchain.com wallet.
yesterday i did a big mistake :
I customized transaction fee and set it to 10 satoshi.
Here is the tx link of that transaction.
Now after 1 day it has n't confirm.

  1. Did i lose my bitcoin?
  2. How many days should i wait for confirm?
  3. Does it back to my wallet if it fail for confirmation?
  4. is there a way to change it's fee?
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I have a blockchain.com wallet. yesterday i did a big mistake : I customized transaction fee and set it to 10 satoshi. Here is the tx link of that transaction. Now after 1 day it has n't confirm.

I would consider use of blockchain.com wallet also a mistake but that's just my opinion.

Tx shared in the question: 3bbab54af84e75a3b02da3f45fafbd683b3a76005f7caf84cb57685c6a32d031

It's effective fee rate right now is 16 sat/vByte because a child transaction associated with it has used 99 sat/vByte in fc254...fd22c

Just read about 30-40% hashrate going offline, so this transaction can take few more days to get confirmed: https://twitter.com/Bitcoin_Vietnam/status/1383452911632412684

If the transaction is really urgent, maybe you can try CPFP with the transaction fc25499e2829cc9851ddf70ad0074f0494231413041ee8bfcd6e64c9814fd22c.

Did i lose my bitcoin?

No

How many days should i wait for confirm?

It's difficult to predict this because transactions are prioritized by miners based on fee rate. You can check the visual representation of it here by searching for your transaction: https://mempool.observer

Does it back to my wallet if it fail for confirmation?

It will remain in the mempool of most of the full nodes until it's confirmed considering the fee rate.

is there a way to change it's fee?

I think you already tried CPFP with the child transaction: fc25499e2829cc9851ddf70ad0074f0494231413041ee8bfcd6e64c9814fd22c

You can use this calculator for CPFP in future: https://cpfp.djbooth007.com/ however it only helps if the child transaction is RBF enabled.

To learn more about CPFP: https://bitcoinops.org/en/topics/cpfp/

Open source bitcoin wallets that support RBF, segwit which can be used in future for managing your transactions in a better way and pay less fees:

Bitcoin Core
Electrum
Wasabi
Sparrow
Samourai
Bluewallet
Green

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