Ok I know this is a much asked question but I have looked at the other answers and none of them were helpful.
I sent almost $2000 in BTC from my blockchain.info wallet to a mixer that has an input address that is only valid for 24 hours. The fee blockchain.info recommended was 0.000079 which seemed a bit low so I upped it to 0.00011 but apparently that amounts to about 57 sat/B which is way too low to get confirmed in a timely manner.
If it takes more than 24 hours to get confirmed then I assume I've lost $2000.
There doesn't seem to be any facility in blockchain.info to kill an unconfirmed transaction.
Am I totally screwed? I have an electrum wallet, is there any way I can import my blockchain.info wallet without the unconfirmed transaction? i.e. Get my original balance back. Is there anything I can do?
I know similar questions have been asked but I couldn't find any answer that applies, or maybe there isn't one. My HUGE mistake was placing any trust at all in the blockchain.info wallet recommended fee. Yeah I'm a newbie idiot but wow this has been an expensive lesson.
I have contacted the mixer and much to my relief they say the receiving address will be valid for a week for unconfirmed transactions. So my question becomes what happens with a blockchain.info wallet, if a send remains unconfirmed for a few days? Will the send be cancelled? Is it likely a 0.00011 fee be enough for it to ever be confirmed?