The time required to transfer Bitcoin between wallets varies from one transaction to another. When you perform a Bitcoin transaction, it must be approved by the network before it can be completed. The Bitcoin community has defined a standard of 6 confirmations that a transfer needs before you can consider it complete. The fees for a transaction are sometimes measured in bytes per satoshi, which may imply that larger transactions take more fees, resulting in a longer confirmation period. However, the priority of a transaction makes enough difference to decide whether a miner would willingly operate your mine. transaction or not. The more transactions that the network has to deal with, the longer each transaction takes. Indeed, there is only one finite number of miners to process each block and a finite number of transactions that can be included in a block. Minors in the Bitcoin network prioritize transactions based on the fees they collect to confirm them. Therefore, if you pay higher fees, a minor is more likely to process your transfer, which reduces the transaction time. The average time needed to retrieve a block is 10 minutes, so you can expect a transaction to take about an hour on average.