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You should definitely have a non-zero transaction fee, otherwise they are likely to end up stuck. But it's curious that your other transactions have not proceeded, either. Are you sure that you are connected to the network? Mouse over the lower right corner, the second icon from the right. It should show something like "8 active connection(s) to DogeCoin network", for example.You could try -rescan option. I've never tried it, but people seem to recommend it to resolve situations like this. Just launc the wallet from command prompt, with "-rescan" added to the command. Or you could create a .bat file in the wallet folder, with text "dogecoin-qt -rescan". See what that does.If it doesn't work, try removing everything except wallet.dat from the folder, and then downloading a fresh copy of the wallet. You'll have to synch the whole 60 000 block chain again, which is going to take a while. But the transaction might be resolved by the time you finish it.
Could you please explain how to do that rescan thing?
you just create a new file and put dogecoin-qt -rescan then name the file .bat?
1. open Dogecoin wallet folder2. left click in the folder space, in menu select -> New -> Text Document3. open New Text Document.txt4. paste: dogecoin-qt.exe -rescan5. Select File -> Save As6. in the File name input field type: walletrescan.bat (or something you fancy more)7. as the Save as Type, select "All files *.*" and click SaveYou should have a walletrescan.bat* file in the wallet folder. *There is a possibility that your system preferences doesn't show filename extensions, such as .bat, .txt, or exe. so you should see only "walletrescan" file in the folder, not "walletrescan.bat". It should have a different icon than the New text Document, though.
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