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Why is this transaction won't be propagated to all nodes? #127

phuongnd08 opened this Issue Nov 30, 2017 · 2 comments


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phuongnd08 commented Nov 30, 2017

Describe the issue

I made a transaction with this payload:


The problem with it is that if I rely that transaction to a node, that node accept the transaction, but it will never be propagated across the network.
For example I publish it with then it's available on blockexplorer indexer:

But it won't be found on

Can you reliably reproduce the issue?


If so, please list the steps to reproduce below:

  1. Rely the transaction above on a node
  2. Wait for some time for it to propagate
  3. Check for that transaction in mempool of a second node

Expected behaviour

The transaction is available in the mempool of a second node

Actual behaviour

The transaction is unavailable in the mempool of a second node

What version of bitcoin-abc are you using?

Bitcoin ABC:0.16.1(EB8.0; bitcoin-abc)

Machine specs:

Not relevant because it happened with all the nodes I know off.


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ftrader commented Dec 3, 2017

Your fee rate is just below 1000 sat / KB (*) , which is the default setting for minimum tx relay fee rate (mintxrelayfee) in ABC nodes. So most Bitcoin Cash nodes with default settings will not relay this.

But you must have had luck getting it into the mempool of a miner, since it is now in block 506403.

FYI, I tried to submit in -> "Raw transaction send failed."

(*) 0.00000988 BCH / KB (rounded)


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phuongnd08 commented Dec 4, 2017

@schancel schancel closed this Jan 10, 2018

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