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Jan 22 '14 at 19:27 comment added RentFree Makes sense... why does it have to be different clients (e.g. MultiBit and Bitcoin-Qt)? Why not just the same client on 2 computers (or 2 phones)?
Jan 22 '14 at 19:22 comment added Luca Matteis I edited with some more info. Hope it's appropriate to your question this time.
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Jan 22 '14 at 19:15 comment added Luca Matteis Sorry I then missed your point of the question. My bad. But again why not try to send a payment at the same time using two separate bitcoin clients? Some clients will eventually converge with one, others with another. Depends on propagation speed and latency of the network.
Jan 22 '14 at 19:13 comment added RentFree "... they handed over something of value in exchange for a bitcoin payment with no confirmations."
Jan 22 '14 at 19:11 comment added Luca Matteis Ah well you didn't specify the zero-confirmation part in your question. Why not try with two different bitcoin clients and see what happens?
Jan 22 '14 at 18:06 comment added RentFree The question specifically asks how someone practically could get a bitcoin client to broadast a double-spend transaction under the assumption that the merchant will accept a zero-confirmation transaction. I'm not asking how the blockchain / proof-of-work system solves this problem with confirmations.
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Jan 22 '14 at 9:06 history answered Luca Matteis CC BY-SA 3.0