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I am using infura node (rinkeby), php.

There are 3 transactions I signed with custom nonce (like the solution here) then broadcasted them by sendRawTransaction and succeeded.

After above I get 3 transaction hashs.

Though, only the first transaction can be found in block.

  • Do you see your other transactions among pending ones? Could you show us transaction that was successfully included into block? – Mikhail Vladimirov Apr 3 '19 at 11:49
  • Try just waiting between them. I had that problem, but if I just waited a minute before broadcasting a subsequent transaction it worked – thefett Apr 3 '19 at 13:07
  • Did you use incremental and consecutive nonces? For example 4, 5 and 6. – Ismael Apr 3 '19 at 20:17
  • @MikhailVladimirov 0x8f8e34220c0711715d34d44d4379b6c79234f2eb8da331b5121e21c9602bb4cb the first successed and the others 0xe706aa708a3f9e0c83c93d17e4d47912dfa7a5e02b68976fc1d4e8d8a2886b3e,0x871228ef50542f15f8dd6837b0a6706dfea3887c302bfeb9961cb5576607bde7 not found in pending but if change to local node I can found in txpool, I think @thefett is right so I will change my code work like that – Toknsit Toknsit Apr 4 '19 at 1:27
  • @thefett I waited until eth_getTransactionReceipt returned a transaction ,but the problem still happend – Toknsit Toknsit Apr 4 '19 at 3:08
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Sorry it may not be the answer. I found there is just a misstake in signature;

Using web3p/ethereum-tx the nonce should be hex not integer in nodejs.And every transaction will arrive successfully

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