The last transaction in blocks 219882, 219888, and 219892 don't have a timestamp. And by last transaction I mean the last transaction shown in the json file.

I find this to be a bit odd. Does anyone know why this has occurred?

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There is no timestamp field in bitcoin transactions. BC.I timestamps the transaction when it comes to this service for a very first time. You should not use this value, because it can be quite incorrect/irrelevant.

I think that the last transactions in these blocks have not seen by BC.I in "wild" form. BC.I discovered them when they come within a block. So, it is a small bug on BC.I - it does not shows you timestamp for some txs.

Just live with it.

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    What do you mean by 'wild' form?
    – mrp
    Jun 4, 2015 at 0:09
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    Wild = Not in a block
    – amaclin
    Jun 4, 2015 at 5:20

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