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Why Is My Crypto Transaction Pending Or Stuck?
Why Is My Crypto Transaction Pending Or Stuck?
Updated over a week ago

A cryptocurrency transaction may be pending or stuck due to several reasons:

  1. Network Congestion: If the network is busy with many transactions, it may take longer for your transaction to be processed. This is common in networks like Bitcoin and Ethereum.

  2. Low Transaction Fee: If the transaction fee (also known as gas fee in Ethereum) is too low, miners may prioritize transactions with higher fees. This could result in your transaction being delayed or stuck.

  3. Sync Issues: Sometimes, your wallet might be out of sync with the blockchain. This could make it appear as if your transaction is stuck when it's actually been processed.

  4. Smart Contract Errors: If you're interacting with a smart contract, errors in the contract can cause transactions to fail or be stuck.

If your transaction is stuck, you may have to wait for network congestion to decrease or for your wallet to sync. In some cases, you might be able to increase the transaction fee or cancel and resend the transaction.

If the issue persists, consider reaching out to Coinosh support.

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