Bitcoin Transaction Accelerator

Bitcoin transaction stuck or slow waiting for confirmation? This can happen with the network is very busy or if you used a low mining fee.

BTC Nitro sends your transaction to our network of mining partners who will include it in the next block they mine.

Enter your Transaction ID (TXID)

Confirmation in 24 hours
or it’s free

We’re proud to have a 97.4% success rate of getting transactions confirmed on the same day. However, due to the way the blockchain is implemented, it’s not a perfect science.

To give you peace of mind, if your transaction isn’t confirmed within 24 hours, we’ll provide a refund.

How it Works

Every time you make a Bitcoin transaction i.e send or receive BTC from or to a wallet, your transaction is ‘broadcast’ on to the blockchain.

This tells miners that your transaction is waiting for processing and, once processed, it is then marked as ‘confirmed’. It is usually these confirmations that you are waiting for when you spend your BTC because they act as proof that your Bitcoin was actually sent and received.

Sometimes, when the network is busy and you used a low mining fee, this process can be extremely slow and take days (or weeks) to complete.
BTC Nitro inserts your transaction into blocks being mined by our network partners, thus reducing the wait time considerably.

Transactions accelerated since 2019


Mining pools in our network


How Much Does it Cost?

In order to accelerate your transaction we charge a $25 fee, payable in Bitcoin which we verify within seconds. You will then be shown live updates of your transaction being processed and will be notified when it’s been confirmed.

Still have questions? Contact our support directly: BTC Nitro Support

Like so many technical things, the answer is ‘it depends’. There are many variables to consider such as how busy the blockchain network is and how high (or low) your chosen fee was when you sent your Bitcoin.

The important thing to know is, that you will wait less time if you accelerate your transaction here than if you don’t. In some cases, transactions that have been waiting days for a confirmation get their first confirmation within 10 minutes after using our service.

As often as you wish but just once per individual transaction.

The only thing we need is your Transaction ID. This information is anonymous and freely available anyway. We don’t keep any other records, because we don’t need to.

If you want email updates for the Premium service, you have the option of providing any email address you wish and we’ll keep you informed on the status of your acceleration.

Free Services
While there are other services that claim to accelerate your transaction, all they are doing is rebroadcasting your TXID. This method simply doesn’t work anymore and will not speed up your transaction which is  why we no longer offer it either.

Paid Services
There are other websites that will include your transaction in a block being mined but they are much more expensive to use. Their fees can vary from anything between $100 and $800 USD. BTC Nitro makes the process simple and predictable with a flat fee of $25, payable in Bitcoin.

Recent Crypto News

Bitcoin dips below $26K following bear market sentement

The largest cryptocurrency by market cap fell by more than 8% on Saturday (17th of August), triggering almost $1,000,000 in liquidations and sparking fresh fears of a new bear market trend.

Following the previous week’s gradual negative price action, BTC dropped a further 9% in less than 15 minutes, seeing the price briefly drop to almost $25k before making a slight recovery in the following hours. BTC Nitro’s own bitcoin transaction accelerator also saw a significant increase in activity as users rushed to withdraw their funds from a number of trading platforms.

Altcoins including ETH also saw bearish price action whilst other coins including SHIB also felt the downward squeeze.

The sudden dip forced liquidations totaling close to a million dollars in open trades across many platforms. Bitcoin last saw prices at this level in June following legal action by the SEC against Coinbase and then Binance. That monthly low was then partially recovered with announcements of Bitcoin spot ETFs that still await SEC approval.

Approximately 80% of the liquidated positions were in Bitcoin trades whilst the bulk of the remainder were in ETH which also fell by 11%. Binances native coin, BNB, declined almost 7%.

Recent bearish activity comes against a backdrop of wider economic concerns as interest rates rise in the US where Treasury bonds have risen to 4.4%, a level not seen since 2011 where today’s base rate is just 1% away from it’s highest point in 15 years. This has seen high risk assets, crypto in particular, mostly declining in price as investors shy away from digital currencies. 

Prices have seen some recovery in recent months following optimistic outlook by bitcoin enthusiasts that a bitcoin spot ETF could soon pave the way to safer crypto investments, however the SEC has yet to approve any of the pending applications, including BlackRock’s own proposed ETF.

This has spooked some institutional investors such as Elon Musk who also dumped SpaceX’s remaining bitcoin holdings.

Disclaimer: does not offer trading advice and is not liable for the accuracy of this new story or any investments made based upon it. Always do your own research and speak with a qualified professional before making financial investments. 


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