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I read the following lines in some post about how to reverse a bitcoin transaction:

"How to stop/reverse a Bitcoin transaction without confirmations: Run bitcoind and with -zapwallettxes. This makes the wallet "forget" any unconfirmed transactions, thus enabling you to reuse their inputs."

My question is: Is this method only applicable to specific wallet? I use blockchain.info wallet and have some unconfirmed outgoing transactions not yet confirmed.

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Run bitcoind and with -zapwallettxes.

bitcoind is the daemon version of the original Bitcoin wallet maintained by Bitcoin Core. bitcoin-qt would be the GUI version.

The option -zapwallettxes is specific for the Bitcoin Core wallet. It 'forgets' spend outputs and allows you to respend them. However this does not imply that other bitcoin nodes on the network accept a new transaction with the same (already spend in your first transaction) outputs.

-zapwallettxes is only affects your local wallet.

Your transaction can not be reversed. Probably the best thing to do is wait. Your transaction will confirm eventually.

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Yes, this is wallet specific, not every wallet will have this command.

  • What wallet can use this command? – Roger Wong Nov 22 '17 at 6:08

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