You sent some bitcoin from MultiBit Classic but the bitcoin is stuck and never confirms.
The bitcoins never arrive. Your balance seems to be wrong.
In the 'Transactions' tab the transaction is shown with a square ("Seen by 1 peer") or, very rarely, a triangle ("Seen by 0 peers").
When you press the 'Send' button, MultiBit Classic broadcasts your transaction to a single bitcoind peer. It then listens on all its other connections to check that the transaction has been broadcast successfully.
If you see a square or triangle in the transaction status this is a "did not broadcast" failure which means that the broadcast and propagation through the Bitcoin network was unsuccessful.
There are two main reasons why a transaction gets stuck on "Seen by one peer" and does not propagate through the Bitcoin network. These are:
If you suspect this is the cause, do the following:
In this case it will not pass it onto other bitcoind instances. Your transaction will never propagate across the Bitcoin network and the recipient will not receive it. It also will not appear on sites such as blockchain.info.
There are various reasons why a peer does not relay a transaction. In a rough order of frequency they are:
You can see the size of the transaction you created by clocking the "Show Transaction Details" button below the transaction list. The size of the transaction is shown in bytes. A typical fee for a transaction is 0.0001 (0.1 mBTC).
You can remove the transaction that never propagated by doing a 'Tools | Reset Block chain and Transactions'.
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