My Transaction Is Still Pending

Modified on Tue, 13 Dec 2022 at 04:23 PM

Typically, your funds will arrive within several minutes. Sometimes, the verification process can take up to an hour. This depends on both processing and/or network speed.  

Sometimes, transactions take even longer to process. Such problem transactions are typically caused by four main reasons:

  • Receiving a Transaction with Insufficient Fees.

All transactions require a miner fee to be confirmed by the asset network. If the sender did not use a sufficient fee, your deposit might never confirm.

  • Spending Unconfirmed Assets.

If you are trying to send assets that appear as pending in your wallet, your transaction will also remain in a pending state until your deposits are confirmed. 

  • The Network Is Experiencing a High Volume.

Sometimes, there is a high volume of digital currency being sent globally, and there are more transactions than there is space available in each new block to include the transaction. This is especially true when it comes to a local coin pump that causes the asset to rise in price and leads to an increased number of transactions within the blockchain with people buying and selling the coin.

  • Slow Block Times.

Due to the nature of how blocks are confirmed, there can be times when blocks are confirmed slower than usual, resulting in prolonged block times. These differ from blockchain to blockchain, with Bitcoin being probably the slowest.

  • What Can You Do?

Check that the destination address is correct. You can use a blockchain explorer to check if your transaction sent from your wallet is still pending. In case you have any questions, please contact us at

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