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Suppose I want to search for a transaction of exactly 445 BTC in the date range 27 July 2013 and Aug 3rd 2013 ... is there an (online?) tool that has this kind of search capabilities?

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    People who downvote: Please add a comment explaning why you don't like the question (if it is not super obvious, which in this case I don't think that it is). It's hard to improve if you don't know what to improve. – D.H. - bitcoin.se Jul 28 '13 at 19:37
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    you posted on reddit that its tracable but linked here where you ask how to trace it? which shows that you dont know how to trace it... so it might not really be tracable right? – user5747 Jul 28 '13 at 23:16
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    @BitcoinFan we know it's traceable, as it's in the blockchain. It's just a matter of whether there's a tool readily available to find it or not, which is a different issue. – Highly Irregular Jul 29 '13 at 2:13
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    @JohnBensin I think it's not the one, wrong date. But in any case, the question is indeed about finding/building a tool to search for such transactions, not about a specific tx. – ripper234 Jul 29 '13 at 5:41
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    Heh, people were expecting an answer, and were surprised to find none. In any case, it's obviously easy to build a tool (search engine) that searches for transactions in this manner. – ripper234 Jul 29 '13 at 5:43
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Blockchair allow you to query the bitcoin blockchain with lots of parameter such as date, BTC output amount, fee amount etc...

Here is your request: https://blockchair.com/bitcoin/transactions?q=time(2013-07-27..2013-08-03),output_total(44500000000)#

Unfortunately it bring no result but you can change the parameters

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