Since Bitcoin payments are non-reversible, what technical and business solutions are there to mediate issues such as Product wasn't as expected Payment was double spent or in an invalid chain etc... ...
I sent 2.4 BTC from the vanilla bitcoin client to my input.io wallet. The bitcoin-qt client didn't ask for any fees and sent instantly. In transaction details it shows 0/3 confirmation and no ...
I've sent a small low priority transaction with insufficient fee with blockchain.info wallet, what will happen next?
I've sent a transaction which has a <0.01 BTC output, with zero fee using blockchain.info Android client. It is not being relayed (violating memory pool rules of bitcoind). What can I do to recover ...
Hi! Based on your experience, how long does it take to receive one confirmation for any given transaction which has payed the standard miner's fee? Is it still reversible? Thanks!
If you submit a transaction to the network but it hasn't yet be confirmed by a block, is it possible to cancel this transaction?
The standard client prioritizes TXs by the time of receipt, e.g. a conflicting transaction will not be relayed. This is not enforced by the network, though. Is there anything that would prevent this ...
Further to this question, how does the network determine whether to accept a new version of a transaction as a replacement transaction? Could an attacker replace transactions maliciously?
I often read that checkpoints protect the network from a 51% attack because an attacker cannot reverse transactions made before the last checkpoint. How exactly does this checkpoint mechanism work? ...
Related Question: Would a reduced block generation time make the Finney attack more difficult? I understand that the Finney-attack is the main reason why accepting a zero-confirmation transaction ...
I know this seems like a duplicate of the question 'Can a bitcoin transaction be reversed?' but none of the answers there were explicit enough as they all seemed to assume reversal triggered from the ...
If I sent bitcoins to someone, but then want to cancel this transaction after it was already made (like a chargeback on a credit card), is this possible with Bitcoin?