Bitcoin Jumper is a premium Bitcoin transaction accelerator that allows you to speed up your unconfirmed Bitcoin transactions. Simply enter the transaction ID (TXID) of your transaction and click the paid accelerate button or the free accelerate button.
If paid accelerate is requested you will be presented with a Bitcoin address and the amount required to speed up your transfer. Once our system has detected the correct amount has been received your order will be immediately processed.
If you requested our free accelerate service your request will be processed on submission.
Bitcoin Jumper currently submits your Bitcoin transaction to 32 partner mining nodes (paid service) and 10 broadcast nodes with our free option.
With paid submission your transaction will be manually added to be confirmed by one of our partner mining nodes. The fee for this special inclusion into one of the next blocks means you'll need to pay above the current miner processing rate for BTC/kB. This miner fee is automatically calculated for you to make sure you only pay what is needed.
With free submission you only need to submit it once and our app will resubmit your transaction every 15 minutes to the broadcast nodes automatically until confirmed. This is what makes our free submission so powerful and user friendly.
Transaction ID's (TXID) are basically an identification number for a bitcoin transaction.
A Bitcoin TXID is always 32 bytes (64 characters) and hexadecimal.
Here are some examples of a Bitcoin TXID format:
The way to find your Bitcoin transaction ID or TXID can differ depending on what app or website you've used to initiate the transfer. You should be able to check the status or information of the "stuck" transaction in your application. Your app or websites information status screen should indicate a Bitcoin transaction ID (TXID). That public ID is what our app requires to speed up your transaction and it can be entered into the field indicated above.
When the Bitcoin network is under heavy load by users the 1MB block size limit set by the protocol leads to longer waiting times. So you are basically waiting for your transaction to be included in the 1MB block to be confirmed.
Meanwhile the miners usually only include the transactions with the highest transaction fees. This results in thousands of delayed transactions.
When the Bitcoin network has a surge in transactions this can lead to extremely slow confirmation times. This could also lead to loss of profits during time sensitive trades. It's always recommended to use a higher miner fee when sending your Bitcoin but sometimes the slow transaction times can be unexpected and frustrating.
Next time try using a Bitcoin fee chart before transferring. By sending your Bitcoin using the current average fee this will greatly improve your chances of getting a fast confirmation.