Questions tagged [confirmations]

Confirmations correspond to the number of blocks that are dependent on a given transaction. This includes the block containing that transaction and all blocks after it in the blockchain. The more confirmations a transaction has, the more likely is it that it will remain in the blockchain permanently.

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How can I accelerate confirmations in ledger nano s?

I am using Ledger Nano S hardware wallet to store my bitcoins. Last week, for an experiment, I decided to send bitcoins to hitbtc currency exchange with zero btc fees. I was wondering how many hours ...
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confirmations: 0 vs confirmations: -1?

I'm looking at a bitcoin clone, not sure what codebase it was cloned from, but I've noticed that the listSinceBlock output sometimes includes: a receive that has 0 confirmations a send that has 0 ...
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How big is the chance of double spending for 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 confirmations?

I'm messing around with bitcoins a bit, and I'm now looking at the confirmations. In several places I read that 6 is the "normal" figure of confirmations needed to say a transactions has actually and ...
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Bitcoin client confirmation configuration

How do I setup Bitcoin client (bitcoin-qt, bitcoind) to wait only for 1 confirmation? Is this setting hard coded into the client? This setting would be useful for merchant to accept payments as soon ...
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Suddenly no new confirmations on bitcoind

I'm using version 40000 of bitcoind and yesterday it stopped receiving new confirmations. Here is the getinfo for it. "version" : 40000, "balance" : x, "blocks" : 225454, "connections" : 8, "...
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Blockchain.info confirmation misunderstanding

I have some misunderstanding regarding how confirmation work on blockchain.info. If we go to payment history we can see info about confirmation in two places. First in history of all transactions. ...