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Questions tagged [address]

This tag should be used for Bitcoin addresses. A Bitcoin address is an encoding of the hash of an ECDSA public key or a script. Knowledge of this value allows a user to send Bitcoins to another person over the network. Bitcoin addresses begin with a '1', '3', or 'bc1'. Not to be confused with mailing addresses or IP addresses.

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listreceivedbyaddress missing transactions after restore

After restoring wallet from wallet.dat balance is identical, but listreceivedbyaddress 0 do not have the transactions associated with wallet. listunspent 0 show all the transactions, but it will ...
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getting address from public of ScriptPubKey vs ScriptSig

Recently I read some articles about BITCOIN protocol and it's transaction. I understand(maybe it is incorrect) these rules: An input is what we call an output when you're spending it in a transaction....
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Getting source address of a Tx message from it's signature script

I have a simple bitcoin packet which contains TX message. in a TX message, one of it's Transaction input hex data was like this: ...
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Extract input addresses from a tx message in bitcoin protocol

Recently, I wrote a c++ code to extract some information from some messages in BITCOIN protocol. for example, I extracted bitcoin value and output address corresponded to it from tx messages of this ...
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Bitcoin core does not produce a wallet at all

I'm reading tutorials on working with bitcoin core like this: http://bitcoindaily.org/bitcoin-guides/bitcoin-core-tutorial/ and http://bitcoindaily.org/bitcoin-guides/how-to-recover-bitcoins-bitcoin-...
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Is there a way to determine the difference between a BTC prefix 3 address and a LTC prefix 3 address?

I am trying to determine if there is a way to tell the difference between a BTC prefix 3 address and a LTC prefix 3 address, for validation purpose. Example if given this public key address: ...
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How to check the balance of the list of 1 million Bitcoin Addresses?

How to check the balance of the list of 1 million Bitcoin Addresses? Is there such a program?
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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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Multiple sources

Hi can someone help me I have multiple wallets and transactions that I'm not sure how to confirm them so I get the Bitcoin ,dogecoin. Please help
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How to receive bitcoins in Ledger live with Ledger nano X?

I would like to send my bitcoins of localbitcoins.net to my Ledger nano x -wallet. However, I cannot get the bictoin address so I cannot receive the funds, since the button to receive the funds is ...
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Why tx informations of a specific transfer in BITCOIN protocol will send to many IP addresses?

Recently I send a specific value from a wallet to another wallet and Simultaneously I caputred the related traffics in source and destination. after that, I found that value and it's related address ...
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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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How to re-secure a multisignature wallet if private key is stolen

Here are two attack scenarios on bitcoin private keys: 1) Assume that, BitCorp has just noticed that a Mallory has just compromised one of their servers holding their Bitcoin Private keys. Luckily,...
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Are Relay Addresses Possible?

Is it possible to create an address such that different parties can spend certain portions of any output spent to that address? R: 1zaybxcrandrelayexampaddr A: 1xyzabcrandexampladdressa 97% B: ...
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BIP39 Path in Ledger Nano S

On a Ledger Nano S, you are given a BIP39 24 word mnemonic. What is the path to the address used? Is it m/44'/144'/0'/0/0 ? Say for example I use the address generated by the Ledger Nano S to store ...
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Address Verification Failed / View on Tresor Address don't Match

Using LTC wallet on new Trezor. On "Receive Payment" tab, clicking eyeball icon, the address shown on the Trezor does not match the address shown on screen. What gives? Did I already get hacked?
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Converted Segwit address (YPUB) to Legacy (XPUB), but balances differ

I'm trying to convert a Segwit YPUB address I got from a Ledger Wallet to a Legacy XPUB address in order to query the transactions from the wallet. I've yet to find a reliable API that supports YPUB ...
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What is the longest known vanity address generated?

Anyone can generate a vanity address of arbitrary length with appropriate tools, it's just a matter of performing enough computations. What is the longest known vanity address anyone has generated?
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Online wallet for betting / customer profile?

I am looking for a system that provides users with the option to deposit and withdraw BTC to a generated address. Basically something that works like https://primedice.com/play and https://dicecoin....
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Why do all addresses begin with “1”? Why can't we just delete it?

The title is the question :) All the addresses I have seen - from the very first block http://blockexplorer.com/b/0 to the very last one http://blockexplorer.com/b/229850 all begin with "1". Why is ...
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Public Addresses: '3' vs '1' in front [Bitcoin]

I just wanted to confirm, is it true that for a bitcoin (public) address it should always have a '1' in front of it. For certain transactions though I see that there is a '3' in front. How is this ...
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How i can extract all bitcoin output addresses from tx message?

I want to extract output addresses from tx messages in any bitcoin pcap. currently, i extract tx messages which it's output script starts with "0x76" or "0xA9", but i don't know how can i extract the ...
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Bitcoin Public Key To Address Uncompressed

So after searching for HOURS on here and overall on the internet, I haven't managed to find an answer to my question so I'll ask here. So I've been trying to convert a public key into an address. I'...
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Trying to understand extended keys

I'm slowly getting educated about how the blockchain and Bitcoin addresses work. I now understand why it is more secure to use a different Bitcoin address for every transaction you make but I'm now ...
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What is the chance of someone (randomly) finding the private key for an existing Bitcoin address?

Say I have created a paper wallet with one bitcoin address in a vault. What are chances that someone else will find the private key for this wallet? Related: what are the chances of vanitygen address ...
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Can you send bitcoins together from the same wallet if they have been received via various different addresses?

What has been sent to your individual bitcoin addresses is supposedly recorded in the blockchain, but can you then send all of the combined bitcoins (that you received via various different addresses) ...
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Bitcoin sent to invalid address [duplicate]

In this transaction, some bitcoins are sent to bc1qp6k6tux6g3gr3sxw94g9tx4l0cjtu2pt65r6xp which appears to not be a valid bitcoin address. What is bc1qp6k6tux6g3gr3sxw94g9tx4l0cjtu2pt65r6xp ?
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How can I import an address or public key into my wallet.dat file?

I have a wallet.dat with Bitcoin Address: 15iRTcgqBk1QNtr2gKkq2dUsm5nN25dSeN I want to delete this Bitcoin Address: 15iRTcgqBk1QNtr2gKkq2dUsm5nN25dSeN and add another Bitcoin Address How can I add ...
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Decode public key from address [duplicate]

The process of encoding a public key is very clear and explained here https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Technical_background_of_version_1_Bitcoin_addresses I am looking for the other way around: how to get ...
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How to edit the label of an existing address exactly like in bitcoin-qt but instead using RPC calls?

I am trying to edit the label of a bitcoin address in my wallet outside of bitcoin-qt. Currently I only know of 'setaccount' but it results in two addresses after editing one, it assigns a new address ...
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Bitcoin core wallet's security

When running a bitcoin node on an enterprise level: a lot of addresses will be generated with getaddress RPC for users to send their funds to. As far as I understand, these addresses, as well as the ...
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Convert WIF to Witness PubKey Hash Address in Go

How can WIF be easily converted to WitnessPubKeyHash in Go? We need to get the public key from WIF and than calculate witness program as ripemd160(sha256(compressed_pub_key)). But is there a ...
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Simple Address check via API

So I have a wallet with thousands of addresses, I want to know how can I check the blockchain whether or not a transaction has been made to one(or another) of the addresses?
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Generate QR code for multiple cryptocurrency addresses

I want to generate my own QR code with my main cryptocurrency addresses without using an online solution, is there maybe a command prompt way or particular piece of software I cam download for this, ...
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How will multisig addresses work?

How will multisig addresses work? Will they consist of multiple traditional addresses, or will they have some different structure? Will one be able to specify whether they will require 2 out of 2, 2 ...
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How to generate a bitcoin address from a hexadecimal private key using openssl in swift

I have an iOS app which can generate Bitcoin private keys in either a hexadecimal or base64 output. I'd like take the resulting private key and generate the Bitcoin address from it. I've included ...
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Is it possible to discover the set of bitcoin addresses from a public key?

I'm trying to find the set of bitcoin addresses from a public key associated with a user just to analyse this user transaction. Is there any way to derive/find all the addresses that have been ...
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Do receiving addresses expire on Multibit?

Okay so I have tried Resetting Blockchain and Transactions plenty of times. The only thing is I used an old receiving address that I used about 2 months ago. Do these addresses expire? Can they only ...
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Why does my implementation of hex to Base58check produce different results than the example?

Step 8 of this wiki page gives this hex value: 00010966776006953D5567439E5E39F86A0D273BEED61967F6 Step 9 converts it to this base58 string:16UwLL9Risc3QfPqBUvKofHmBQ7wMtjvM I'm trying to implement ...
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Retrieve Bitcoin wallet details

We have a bitcoin wallet which we tried to update as it was dormantfor some 8 years plus but we were unable to do so as we haven’t got the Bitcoin wallet details. Is there any way of retrieving my ...
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Stripped segwit data

I have two client Bitcoin, 0.17.0 and 0.12.0 and I want to see the difference between the same transaction. 0.17 has segwit, 0.12 doesn't have. If I do that RPC call in 0.17.0 /bin/bitcoin-cli -...
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Public key vs Bitcoin address [duplicate]

As i've read on many websites and papers, the bitcoin address is made by hashing the public key. And i've read that that's done because we don't want the public key to be public until money is spent. ...
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Bitcoin Cash “Cash Address” format

What is "Cash Address" or "CashAddr"? Is that a new Bitcoin Cash address format?
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Send and Receive BTC with Same Address from 1 Person

Is it possible to : I sent BTC to A from Address1 and I asked him to send me BTC (different amount as I send him) to Address1 (same address with I sent him before)..?
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How do I find the exchange an address belongs to

How do I find the exchange that an address belongs to? I have an address that I have sent Bitcoin to but I forgot what exchange that address was for.
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Manually checking for credited bitcoins

If I have the bitcoin address, the private key and a transaction ID from Bitcoin (regtest mode) in shell variables, what Python code do I need to run to claim the Bitcoins are indeed intended for this ...
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Question about nondeterministic wallet

I was reading https://github.com/bitcoinbook/bitcoinbook/blob/develop/ch05.asciidoc#user-stories and ran into this statement. In the first bitcoin wallet (now called Bitcoin Core), wallets were ...
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How to generate Electrum address with pybitcointools

I want to create a payment service where I want to be able to charge each client according to its invoice. I picked Electrum as my underlying wallet and pybitcontools as my Python interface. I would ...
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Can someone explain what exactly is derived address?

Let's say my mnemonic words are army van defense carry jealous true garbage claim echo media make crunch When I used https://iancoleman.io/bip39/#english, the section, Derived Address, showed ...