I am working on web-app that needs to send money to customer's addresses.

i am trying find out if is it possible to , Bitcoin sender to send 2 or more amounts to single address in single transaction ?


Transaction 1->
               sender1 -> (20 satoshis)-> receiver 1
                       -> (40 satoshis)-> receiver 1

Is this possible ?

i know i can add both amounts and do single transaction. but i would like to know can this be doable ?

  • note that transactions with any output under 546 satoshis will not be relayed (the rules are a bit more complex, but for a standard tx, that's the threshold). – alcio Jul 25 '17 at 12:05

Yes. This sort of transaction is doable in bitcoin.

A point which I would like ot highlight is that transaction fees in bitcoin are proportional to the transaction size in bytes(and not the amount being sent). So, splitting the amount into 2 outputs will cost you more than combining the outputs.

  • are there any examples of this type ? on prolly blockchain ? how can i find them ? thanks – user10603 Jul 25 '17 at 4:58
  • There is nothing special about having the same address appear in two different outputs. This example shows simple multiple outputs in a transaction, you would instead have same pubkeyhash in 2 outputs blockchain.info/tx/…. – sanket1729 Jul 25 '17 at 5:13

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