If you haven't done so already, click that button that says 'Speed up'. This will let you re-submit the same transaction, but with a higher gas fee that should allow the transaction to be processed faster. Since this process re-uses the same nonce as the original, you do not need to pay for gas twice.
Why does blockchain take so long?
Network Congestion: When there is a high volume of transactions being processed on the Bitcoin network, it can become congested, causing delays in transaction confirmations. This congestion often leads to a backlog of unconfirmed transactions waiting to be included in a block.
How can I speed up a stuck Bitcoin transaction?
Right-click the stuck (unconfirmed) transaction and select Increase fee. Navigate to the New Fee rate field, type in a higher fee rate (sat/byte) then click Ok. You can use https://bitcoinfees.gitlab.io/ to find the optimal fee rate for your transaction.
Why is blockchain network slow?
Blockchain network congestion arises from factors such as high transaction volumes, increased adoption, DApps, ICOs and malicious activities, causing delays and higher fees in transaction processing.
How long can a transaction be pending on blockchain?
It takes some time for the transactions to get confirmed on the blockchain and depending on the fees you selected, it may take from 1 minute to several hours. Network congestion also has a big impact on how long you need to wait. If many people are doing transactions right now, it will increase the waiting time.
How can I mine Bitcoin fast?
ASIC mining rigs are the top-performing bitcoin mining hardware in the market today. These rigs are customized and built only to mine cryptocurrencies. Therefore, they outperform other chips in performance and energy efficiency. Today, most ASIC mining rigs come with pre-installed mining software.