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Such a transaction is standard and would relay. However neither the Bitcoin Core wallet (via the bumpfee command) nor the Electrum wallet (via the GUI) would create such transaction. More information about fee bumping in the Bitcoin Core wallet can be found here.


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According to BIP 125: A transaction is considered to have opted in to allowing replacement of itself if any of its inputs have an nSequence number less than (0xffffffff - 1).


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Based on Raghav Sood's answer, I found the more specific answer to the OP would be using getmempoolentry, in order to get an individual transaction info. Otherwise you'll be flooded with tons of transactions. Documented here You can also use gettransaction, it returns bip125-replaceable flag as well, however just for Bitcore prior to 0.10.0 according to ...


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The getrawmempool RPC command, in verbose mode, produces an output that contains all known mempool transactions for your nodes. This output contains a bip125-replaceable boolean field which you can use to determine if a tx is explicitly or implicitly replaceable by fee.


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Ledger Wallet doesn't support RBF but you can do Child Pays For Parent: Make a transaction to your address 3M6EhQL3QUQHAFkSPH3vLc3VDCrJKP3iMv with amount 0.011, set a fee rate, preview the transaction and check and confirm the transaction only if one of the inputs is 0.01187067 BTC. If this doesn't work, download Electrum and CPFP from there. But honestly, ...


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As far as I'm aware, there are currently no formal proposals to introduce Full RBF. Therefore, I'm expecting that the default behavior of upcoming nodes will remain to forward and create transactions according to the rules specified in BIP125, Opt-in RBF.


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Tl,;Dr answer: The fees for the htlc are covered by whoever claims the output The fees for the commitment tx are always covered by the party who opened the channel. Sorry to say that but I believe there are many things wrongly stated in your question: The fee for the commitment transaction is not necessarily paid by Alice even if she force closes the ...


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After 6 years, Now I want to tell you what is Replace by Fee :) This feature was proposed in BIP125 and implemented in Bitcoin Core 0.12.0. In simple words, by enabling (Replace By Fee) RBF in a transaction, if a transaction doesn't get mined, it can be resent by the sender with a higher mining fee with keeping the input data of the UTXO(Unspent ...


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