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why a specific transaction value and it's output address which is sent from a specific IP address, returns from another address to that IP address? [duplicate]

I wrote a code to extract bitcoin output addresses and their values from TX messages of the bitcoin protocol. to test it, I prepare this scenario: first I send a specific bitcoin value(for example A ...
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which is the relationship between ouput adresses and their value in a specific transaction?

Some days ago, I write a program to extract output addresses and its value in tx messages of a sample bitcoin pcap. extracted addresses are all valid and we can find them in block explorers. after ...
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Bitcoin was sent out and still hasn't been received

I sent bitcoin out to a segwit address (P2SH) and it split the transactions in 2 but I still haven't seen them delivered in into the wallet
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Why is there sometimes no output that sends funds back to the sender's address?

'A' has one bitcoin. 'A' tries to send a 0.5 bit coin to 'B'. Two utxo are created. First, "utxo" sends "B" 0.5 bitcoin. Second, "utxo" where "A" remits remaining bitcoins to "A" except for 0.5 ...
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Why UTXO is indivisible [duplicate]

I am new to understanding Bitcoin, but just read this: If an UTXO is larger than the desired value of a transaction, it must still be consumed in its entirety and change must be generated in the ...
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Why the address changes after each transaction? [duplicate]

Could you please help me understand these observations related to Bitcoin transaction? I have setup a brand new wallet from scratch and I sent 0.0246 BTC to it (well, slightly more but after the fees ...
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Can two or more transactions sent from the same address be mined in the same block in Bitcoin's blockchain?

Imagine a person Bob has 10 bitcoins in his wallet. He wants to send 5 bitcoins to Alice and another 5 bitcoins to Uncle Tom simultaneously (in separate transactions). Will both Bob's transactions be ...
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Transfer amount on blockchain larger than was sent from wallet [duplicate]

I sent some BTC from a hardware wallet last year. The wallet shows a sent amount of 0.09302 BTC but when I look at the transaction id on blockchain.com it shows two amounts. 0.282 BTC unspent and 0....
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My bitcoin change [duplicate]

I am new to this.I have sent out bitcoin over the blockchain before and saw that the hash just took a fee. However the other day it took out over.95 of a bitcoin when wanting to only send 0.04 of a ...
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Double transaction on same hash (transaction ID) - Loosing 0.01 btc each time [duplicate]

Each time I send some btc to another bitcoin wallet there is a second transaction on the same transaction ID (hash) and each times i am loosing around 75 USD. You can see by yourself here; https://...
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Bitcoin core wallet - got 0 balance after transaction [duplicate]

I did a test lightning transaction by sending 0.00001 btc to some exchange with using bitcoin core 0.16 (downloaded from bitcoin.org and installed to dedicated pc) and... it took the rest balance of ...
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bitcoin listunspent showing an address which does not belong to my wallet [duplicate]

I use bitcoin listunspent to list unspent UTXO, but found one that doesn't match my addresses, so what's that address and where is it from ? bitcoin-cli listunspent [ { "txid": "...
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Upon sending remaining wallet contents emptied? [duplicate]

Three addresses involved in this TX. Address A: My Wallet Address Address B: Recipients Wallet (Coinbase) Address Address C: Unknown! These are not the exact numbers but the transaction went like ...
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How to read a transaction from a block? Who paid whom?

I'd like to know how to read a 'transaction', so if we take an example of this transaction (which comes from block #520156) it's easy to spot that 'th' paid 'U8' 0.005BTC and '9E' paid 'Y5' 0.013BTC. ...
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Why is the value of the input way higher than the output resulting in a second change output? [duplicate]

Background: I'm experimenting on the LTC testnet client. My client has a balance of 0.4 LTC and I sent 0.1 LTC to another wallet address. https://chain.so/tx/LTCTEST/...

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