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I want to implement this function: given a Bitcoin address, what should I do to view all transaction records of this address?

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There is a search bar under Transactions tab that you can use to do that

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  • I tried this, but to no avail. The two pictures below are my test results[img]i.imgur.com/IJl6sCw.png[/img],[img]i.imgur.com/i6iurIl.png[/img]
    – muxi
    Mar 10 at 12:09
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    @muxi This only works if the address if part of your own Bitcoin Core wallet. For unrelated addresses, you need other software. Bitcoin Core does not support arbitrary address indexing. Mar 10 at 18:08
  • @Pieter Wuille,So which software can achieve this function? Instead of a browser like OKlink, become a full node and use the downloaded data
    – muxi
    Mar 11 at 3:52
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Sorry I thought you were referring to your own address. For others I always search the Bitcoin explorer. I use https://mempool.space/. However if you are searching for the address you posted above starting with tb1, that is a testnet address and not on the mainnet.

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