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I am looking for an example transaction on Bitcoin's blockchain using stealth addressing.

I am brainstorming how stealth addresses would be used amongst normal addresses in combination (whereas Monero and CryptoNote protocols so far only use stealth addresses).

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You cannot tell them apart from transactions using ordinary addresses; they are exactly the same. Any regular transaction you look at could have been created using a stealth address.

As I wrote in my answer here, a "stealth address" is just one particular way of generating a unique address, known only to the payer and payee, to use for a transaction. Once the unique address is created, the transaction itself is created just like any other.

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