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Recently, I researched TX messages in the bitcoin protocol and captured some bitcoin traffic in which the version field of a TX message in a specific packet was 2. The Transaction page of the Bitcoin wiki mentioned that the tx version is currently 1.

I checked out that packet and I found that it is a valid packet and its value and the generated output address from that tx message is valid.

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    That is outdated. Since the implementation of BIP-68 transactions have v2
    – Ugam Kamat
    May 29 '19 at 10:06
  • @UgamKamat So, it means that now we have two valid version, V1 = 1 and V2 = 2. is it correct?
    – Saeed
    Jun 2 '19 at 4:34
  • yes. Transaction can have either version 1 or 2. However, if you use OP_CSV in your transaction, then the transaction versioning MUST be v2. If your transaction does not have OP_CSV then v1 and v2 transactions have the same meaning.
    – Ugam Kamat
    Jun 2 '19 at 9:14