This transaction is from one of the latest block. However I don't understand why it seems to be just dividing a single transaction without being spent and transferred to someone else.
I don't understand why it seems to be just dividing a single transaction without being spent and transferred to someone else
Only Unspent tx i.e UTXO could be spent, and here in your case this tx is UTXO which after spending to addresses
13MDsVCs3AvSxZxjWUwty2gthPAXkYf6wb - (Unspent) 0.00928291 BTC 1CPp812W35rarR45CS6EYxdC4JazR4H9Wn - (Spent) 0.00231133 BTC
now becomes spent tx
Why does this transaction results in only 2 unspent output (and no spent output)?
This is because lets say this is your address:
1CPp812W35rarR45CS6EYxdC4JazR4H9Wn where you want
btc, so its one of the output address.
So after sending 0.00231133 to your address leftover balance i.e 0.00928291 need to be stored some where so in that case
13MDsVCs3AvSxZxjWUwty2gthPAXkYf6wb becomes your change address where remaning btc left after spending utxo is sent. Thats why you have 2 unspent op
Thanks @cryptoKTM, I figured this out: the biggest misconception I had with regards to unspent transaction output is that, the word 'unspent' actually is according to the recipient's perspective, not to the sender's perspective.
This means that if a transaction results in multiple outputs that says 'unspent', it means all of these outputs have not been used up, or spent by any recipient. It DOES NOT mean that the sender (who has the inputs' addresses) did not spend and transfer the bitcoin successfully.