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Bitcoin Transaction Accelerator

Speed up unconfirmed transactions

Cooperating with main Bitcoin pools, we provide a transaction accelerator service that speeds up transaction confirmation.

Due to Bitcoin frequent congestion and user’s low fees, some transactions have not been confirmed yet. The acceleration service is to help users speed up their transactions – take the blocks in our pools.

Before sending transactions, we recommend you to check, the current best rate, and then set appropriate tx fee to enjoy the normal bitcoin network confirmation.

Regarding that Pool is using FPPS mining mode and those accelerated transactions are with low fees, pool will subsidize miners to ensure that their earnings are not compromised.

How to Use Bitcoin Transaction Accelerator?

- No Need to Sign up or Sign In, You just need to submit your delayed Transaction ID.
- For Free Services your request will be in que of the next block we mine.
- It’s really hard to give an idea of when the next block is going to be mined.

How does Transaction ID Looks Like?

This is how your Bitcoin Transaction ID will look like. This is the exact format of TXID “073957ae2439ef7eeb8e962460386244f5339098d69cbc534c677716a7ed0528”. Enter in the TXID input field and leave the rest on us.

What makes us Different from Others Bitcoin Transaction Accelerators?

Quick Results - Enhance the chances of fast BTC Transaction Confirmation as quick as possible for free. 100% Free of Cost Service 24/7. We believe in proof of work that’s why 24/7 we provide fast BTC Transaction accelerator fully free. Multiple Pools - When you submit your Delayed Transaction ID, we push it on multiple mining pools in order to enhance the chance of inclusion of your transaction in upcoming BTC Block. Unique and latest Method. It’s the right time to take full advantage of our advance and unique method of BTC acceleration which supports now Free BTC Transaction confirmation.

The number of transactions on the Bitcoin network has steadily increased over the years. This means more blocks are filling up. And as not all transactions can be included in the blockchain straight away, backlogs form in miners’ “mempools” (a sort of “transaction queue.”) Miners typically pick the transactions that pay the most fees and include these in their blocks first. Transactions that include lower fees are “outbid” on the so called “fee market,” and remain in miners’ mempools until a new block is found. If the transaction is outbid again, it has to wait until the next block. This can lead to a suboptimal user experience. Transactions with too low a fee can take hours or even days to confirm, and sometimes never confirm at all. But there are Free bitcoin transaction acceleration service BitSpeed.Top available now which you can use to keep your own transaction from getting stuck.