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How to generate transaction offline that spends from multiple addresses

How to generate pushtx transaction from multiple private key (or)to multiple address. Example: I have some address with balance address1 => 1btc address2 => 1btc address3 => 1btc address4 ...
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miner_proxy and minerd Settings

I've started a mining account of Wemineltc.com, and have decided to go down the track of CPU mining. I looked up the relative tutorials on how to do so, and I got some different results. I set the ...
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Querying insight-api to dump all addresses with a positive balance

It's been some time I've been using 'insight-api' (https://github.com/bitpay/insight-api) and I couldn't find any documentation / anything helpful to query leveldb in a way that all addresses with a ...
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How to recover from a double spending attack?

I found myself incapable of answering what would happen in this case, so here it is: A hacker (Mr Hacker) spends UTXO_1 and UTXO_2 in TX_1, depositing the monetary value of all TX_1's outputs into a ...
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Can the coinbase transaction be used to spend an UTXO?

I know the coinbase transaction's input is usually just has a dummy scriptSig, but what if a miner used it to spend an UTXO? Would it be verified as an actual spend, or would the block be rejected?
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How to power the Bitmain Antminer C1?

Bitmain has a new miner out that is pretty cool (water cool to be exact) called the Antminer C1. I have an S1 so I am familiar with the basic operation of the Antminers. However, I'm a bit baffled ...
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Does each peer prioritize inv(type=block) over inv(type=tx)?

I found that when a peer receives an inv message with type=block, it will immediately request that block or that block's headers with a getdata message or getheaders message. But if the peer receives ...
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BTC-E API (Retrieve error)

Is it normal to infrequently see errors retrieving trade/depth history by API from BTC-E? Or should I never see them. I seem to be seeing at least one such error each day, I am running my script on ...
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Bitcoind confirmations during fork

I'm using bitcoind's JSONRPC interface to get transaction information for my wallet, specifically, I'm running a little script every time a block gets broadcast (using -blocknotify) which calls the ...
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Critical bug in Coin controller [on hold]

I was investing in Coin controller but its and critical bug that makes my investing not SHOWING! It says that it have been send and I still got 2 min left but it never show!!! This happend both when I ...
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How to Enable Port Forwarding for Litecoin Mining?

I've just started Litecoin mining, and I've realized that my blockchain takes eons to download, even though its only less than 4GB. I've read several other posts on the same problem, but none of them ...
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Is there any way to make an UTXO that cannot be spent until a certain block #?

In bitcoin, each transaction has an nLockTime integer to specify the earliest allowed block number/time that the transaction can be added to the blockchain. In addition, each transaction input has an ...
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Why are non-final transactions considered non-standard?

In IsStandardTx within main.cpp, there is a comment: // Treat non-final transactions as non-standard to prevent a specific type // of double-spend attack, as well as DoS attacks. (if the transaction ...
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Bitcoin POS: payments between seller and buyer

My application has sellers with stored (public) Bitcoin addresses - lets say "receiving address". Also application allows anonymous buyers who can buy goods from these sellers paying by bitcoins. ...
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What sort of tasks can an ASIC be developed to do?

I know requiring a lot of memory is one thing that makes an algorithm ASIC resist. Are there any others? Could an ASIC be developed to do Elliptic Curve Crypto? Like adding two points, or signing a ...
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Why am I not getting payments on my bitcoind on an amazon ec2 instance?

I have an amazon ec2 instance running a web server, MySQL server, and bitcoin daemon on ubuntu 14.04, and I ran ./bitcoind getnewaddress and the output was an address. I sent a few cents worth of ...
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Why does the default miner implementation use pay-to-pubkey?

Looking at the v0.9.3 source in miner.cpp: CBlockTemplate* CreateNewBlockWithKey(CReserveKey& reservekey) { CPubKey pubkey; if (!reservekey.GetReservedKey(pubkey)) return NULL; ...
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Time to send bitcoins?

I was investing bitcoins in Coin Controller but I need the time to send it because they only give you 10 minutes. So I want to know how to calculate the time to send bitcoin with for an example ...
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1answer
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JSON-RPC to detect double-spent TXs

How can I be positive that one of the incoming payments to my bitcoin-core was double-spent after it was confirmed once by the network, through the JSON-RPC interface? Related questions: How do I ...
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ECDSA x,y coordinate validity verification doesn't seem to work

The ECDSA algorithm, secp256k1 for Bitcoin allegedly uses the equation y ^ 2 = x ^ 3 + 7 mod P to determine the validity of an alleged point upon the elliptical curve. Utilizing ...
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We are running an e-commercial site. A client used an wrong address for transaction and he is asking us to finding those coins [duplicate]

We said its impossible to find those coins since he don't have the wallet; How can it be possible somebody got an wrong address with the right checksum and he does't possess the wallet.dat file.
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Where can I find per-second bitcoin price & volume data?

I am looking for per-second (or any time interval less than one day) bitcoin data for bitcoin price and volume on any given exchange. Do you know where I can find this sort of data? Have found ...
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What programming language should be used to develop Bitcoin exchange software? Why?

I've only heard PHP is terrible (e.g. in the context of Mt. Gox) and a more efficient/more security-oriented language would be preferable for matching orders and account security. Which programming ...
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Redeeming a raw transaction step by step example required

I am looking, specifically, for a step by step example transaction of sending Bitcoin which uses an actual transaction (How To Redeem A Basic Txn, from a few years back, does a great job of outlining ...
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Have there been any successful “airdrops”?

Starting with Auroracoin, a lot of coins aimed to perform an "airdrop" and distribute their coins to certain groups of people. I am wondering, have there been any successful airdrops? If so, how did ...
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OP_RETURN with bitcoind not working

I have created a raw transaction with the following hexstring which decodes to: { "lock_time":0, "size":248, "inputs":[ { "prev_out":{ "index":1, ...
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How can I reduce the time until I get the newest block ? Does the number of the outbound peers affect the speed?

I am running a full node on the Bitcoin network. Sometimes, I find that it takes a while until I get the newest block. I checked the source code, and found that every node can at most connect to eight ...
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1answer
189 views

Correct syntax for Bitcoin URI: bitcoin://1xxx-etc or bitcoin:1xxx-etc?

To make clickable Bitcoin links, to let people easily pay from their wallet, I see two formats being used in various situations: bitcoin:14bTZTm1uX2uVAqHr62oyGFEkwy2mNLbVb?amount=0.25 and ...
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3answers
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Unable to open Backup binary file Linux

I recently reinstalled Linux mint; I backed up my wallet, and I am unable to import the backup created from the original wallet (Qt version 4.8.6.) to the newly installed wallet(Qt version 4.8.6.) I ...
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1answer
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Why does the daemon require peers in order to start mining?

I wanted to start mining bitcoin from the genesis block, so I cloned bitcoin and removed the checkpoints. Then I compiled and started up the daemon. I wasn't connected to any other peers, however, so ...
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Why didn't Satoshi make the nonce space larger?

I know Satoshi isn't around to ask anymore, so this might be futile to ask, but I'm hoping someone might have some insight about this. Satoshi programmed in an extraNonce (bnExtraNonce) and a nonce ...
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Bitcoin protocol related questions [closed]

How bitcoin wallet knows how much money I have? : it count it on the basis of the bit coin chains or i just uses some variable to keep the info? If I understand it correctly, every time when I make ...
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Multisig created from Multisig address

Can a multisig address creation process use other multisig addresses as signers to result in a new multisig address Would this also result in a greater number of signers to be necessary to approve a ...
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1answer
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OP_Return in transactions at json_rpc_api at blockchain.info

I am writing a project in Ruby using JSON-RPC to communicate with blockchain.info. The API is available here: https://blockchain.info/api/json_rpc_api Is it possible to create a op_return txout using ...
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1answer
60 views

Is there a way to use My Wallet account with bitcoin-qt client?

I have some funds on My Wallet account (Blockchain.info) and I'd like to have a possibility to use them with my bitcoin-qt client. Is there a possibility to do that? Please give short description. I ...
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1answer
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where is the code about sending command getblocks in bitcoin source code

I am reading the protocol part. One silly question. I found the part processing getblocks part, but i did not find when and where to send the getblocks command.Or it is deleted in the new bitcoin ...
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1answer
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Negative Dogecoin Balances?

Through dogecoin-cli, I sent half the dogecoins I own to an external address. Now, when I call the listaccounts function, I get this: [root@web ~]# ./dogecoin-cli listaccounts { "" : ...
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1answer
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Correlation between business cycle and BTC price

I would like to know if there is a correlation between business cycle and Bitcoin price, whether it is negative or positive. I am wondering because Bitcoin is deemed as commodity in my country's law, ...
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Would it be possible to add an RPC call to be able to determine if a node is fully synced?

After reading this answer, where Peter Wuille talks about how a node can't really tell if it is synced or not, it got me wondering if there is a way we can tell that a node is as synced as it possibly ...
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What methods are currently used to embed additional data into the Bitcoin blockchain?

Yes, I do understand that it is inappropriate to pollute the already large blockchain with data not necessary to make the currency work. But I know people are using Bitcoin as an underlying system for ...
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Is bitcoin an effective way to receive international payments?

I live in the UK with a GBP bank account, and recently I need to receive an amount of $115.92 from a contact in the US. We looked at a few options: International bank wire: instant no go as his US ...
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Error Message Using BTCMerch [on hold]

The code I use on my webpage to sell products using bitcoin/litecoin is getting an error message. This is the code I’m using: <div align="center"> <input type="hidden" ...
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1answer
44 views

how to integrate bitcoin in my project for payment

I am working on a website where i need to implement bitcoin for transaction. I downloaded: https://github.com/Bit-Wasp/bitcoin-lib-php I don't know about it how to set . it always throwing error ...
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314 views

When to worry about 1-confirmation payments

A customer sends me a payment for some digital good at my service, where delayed delivery is a deal-breaker, so I only wait for 1 confirmation by the network before releasing the links for the ...
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1answer
61 views

Do you need to be connected to the internet to send someone bitcoin?

Say I walk into a store that accepts bitcoin. I decide to buy something and go to the counter. I get my smartphone out to pay the bitcoin. Does my smartphone need to have an internet connection to ...
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API feed for OHLC / VWAP data in (close to) real-time

I'm interested in the OHLC / VWAP data (both historical and recent) provided via API to be used by external charting application. I don't want to use trades methods as whole process should be as ...
2
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1answer
40 views

Security: Blockchain.info vs bitcoind

I want to set up a website that needs an online bitcoin wallet (able to deposit and withdraw at any time). Would it be better to use the blockchain.info's infrastructure through API commands or should ...
2
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1answer
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Check how many blocks dogecoind downloaded

I just started to run dogecoind, and I am wondering how I am able to check how many blocks I have currently downloaded vs. how many total blocks need to be downloaded? I found this handy script for ...
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bitmixer.io usage

I am somewhat confused by the bitmixer.io site. I can enter the Adress, where I want to send bitcoins to, but I have no idea how to go from there. How can I send bitcoins into the service? Can anyone ...
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Do Miners get a reward for re-confirming blocks?

As far as I know, to ensure double-spending didn't happened and also for other security reasons, there is minimum number of confirmations that a transaction should have to be accepted. That value is ...

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