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How To Cancel or Replace a Stuck Transaction

In certain cases you may want to cancel or replace a transaction, for example, when you used a gas price that was too low. Especially in times when gas prices are relatively high, you may want to increase the gas price of your transaction, to make sure it will be confirmed quickly. Cancel : Sending a transaction with a value of 0 ETH to your own Ethereum address, with the purpose of preventing your previous transaction from being confirmed. Replace : Sending the same transaction to another…

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Checking the Status of a Transaction

While mycrypto.com also supports checking transactions, this improved version is currently only found on MyCrypto beta, which you can find at beta.mycrypto.com . The MyCrypto transaction status feature allows you to view the status of previously sent transactions, as well as various transaction information, such as Gas Limit used, Gas Price used, and Nonce . The feature is available at app.mycrypto.com/tx-status . In the near future, you'll be able to speed up a transaction from this…

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How To Create a Pre-Filled Transaction Link

Pre-filled transactions can be created by appending certain parameters into the query section of a URL. Currently supported parameters to - The To address of the transaction. value - The Value of the transaction (in Ether). data - The Data field of the transaction (should be in hex format). An example: https://mycrypto.com/account/send?&to=0x4bbeEB066eD09B7AEd07bF39EEe0460DFa261520&value=1&data=0xadefadedafdef Breaking this down, the transaction will have: A send To address = 0x…

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How to Interact with a Mist Multisig Contract

Since the deprecation of Mist in 2019, many people with funds in their Mist multisig contracts were seemingly left stranded, as Mist was the only maintained application that supported sending from these multisig contracts. As Mist is no longer maintained, it is no longer recommended to be used. If you wish to manually transfer funds out of your Mist multisig contract, you can use the following instructions to do so. Ownership and daily limits When you initially set up your multisig through…

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How To Know What Gas Limit to Use

If you send a transaction with a gas limit that is too low, you may run into the following error: "Warning! Error encountered during contract execution Out of Gas ." Each transaction on the blockchain requires gas, and the higher the complexity is of the transaction, the more gas it needs. A standard Ether transaction from one address to another address (without contracts or data involved), uses exactly 21,000 units of gas. Other transactions, such as token transactions or contract interactions…

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How To Know What Gas Price to Use

The gas price determines how much you pay per unit of gas. A higher gas price will mean that your transaction is confirmed faster, but will cost more, and a transaction with a lower gas price will take longer to confirm, but will cost less. The average gas prices can fluctuate a lot, and using a gas price that is too low, may result in your transaction being stuck. In this article, you'll find some recommendations on what gas price you should use. In general, the higher the gas price, the faster…

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How to Make an Offline Transaction

If you are using MyCrypto offline and locally , it is not possible to send transactions from the offline computer. An internet connection is required to send or broadcast a transaction. To do this, you should use a second computer that does have an internet connection. This comes with the advantage that your private key never leaves the offline computer and malware won't be able to steal your private key. 1. Getting the gas price & nonce Start off by going to the "Offline Transaction" page…

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How to Schedule a Transaction

It is possible to schedule transactions to be sent later, powered by the Ethereum Alarm Clock project. Simply put, it works by sending your transaction to a "time node" which will broadcast the transaction at your specified time. Your computer does not need to be powered on at the scheduled time. For a technical explanation of how it works, please refer to the Ethereum Alarm Clock documentation . To use this feature, click the "Send Later" button on the "Send Ether & Tokens" page. Just like a…

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How To Send A Transaction

If you plan to move a large amount of Ether or tokens, you should first send a test transaction of a small amount to the destination wallet to ensure everything goes as planned. Optional, but highly recommended (if you haven't already): Install MetaMask or the EtherAddressLookup Chrome Extension to protect yourself from malicious websites around the crypto-space that will steal your private keys. Or even better, think about getting yourself a hardware wallet. If you have hundreds or…

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How to Send Ethereum Classic (ETC) via MyCrypto

In order to see your ETC and interact with the ETC chain, you must first connect to an ETC node. Select "ETC (AUTO)" in the node-switcher in the top-right corner of MyCrypto, or in the bottom-left corner if you are using the desktop app. Unlock your wallet to send ETC and to interact with the ETC chain. If you just want to check your balance, use the "View Wallet" option and fill in your address. You can also check your balance on a blockchain explorer . In order to switch back to ETH, simply…

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How to Send Tokens From a Mist Multisig Contract

If you're looking to send Ether from a Mist multisig contract, please refer to this article instead. If you have tokens in a Mist multisig contract, sending them from the contract is slightly more complicated than a regular ETH transaction. In order to send tokens, you need to generate input data for the transaction, and use that as data field for the execute function. Carefully follow the steps below in order to send tokens from your Mist multisig contract. Navigate to the contracts page…

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How To Send Tokens

Navigate to the View & Send page. Unlock your wallet. Enter the address you would like to send to in the "To Address:" field. Enter the amount you would like to send. Select which token you would like to send. If you do not see the token listed, follow this guide this guide . Click "Send Transaction." A couple more fields will appear. This is your browser generating the transaction. Click the blue "Send Transaction" button below that. A pop-up will appear. Verify that the amount and the…

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