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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Public and private keys [closed]

How to generate public and private keys? And how to use that keys to send and receive bitcoins without using any wallet?
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Can't I create milions of Bitcoin addresses and wait if someone will have same one? [duplicate]

If Bitcoin addresses can be generated offline, then the Bitcoin network doesn't check for duplicate addresses while generating a new one. Can't I just make a script and generate milions of Bitcoin ...
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Please help out I send 109k to my client he was able to receive $50,000 please help

I send a bitcoin transaction of all coin my wallet which is $109,180 to my client wallet address giving to me. But he received $50,000 in is wallet address. And I sent all the coin my of 109180. ...
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How to send small amount of BTC to thousands of addresses? [closed]

I'd like to create a pool of addresses using Blockchain.com API. But because of the gap limit on unused addresses I want to transfer minimal amount (ideally 1 Satoshi) and without any fees. What's the ...
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BTC on blockchain

I see my Wallet address on the Blockchain but it says spent and what does that mean? It did not arrive to the wallet i sent it too! I need it to be located and returned or sent to the wallet i gave.
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Find the sender address specific date

What is the Senders address to this address in July 1, 2017 to 33ox8sprJPoz7C3doQmi3ArKqkfbPErfKy in totall 4 BTC
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How can I move bitcoin from one exchange to another without mining fees?

I have held bitcoin since 2010. At the time coinbase opened one could type in the bitcoin address and public and private keys from paper into their wallet and voila the coins were available for ...
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How to encode a string into a bitcoin address? (Not a brain-wallet, an address, like a vanity-address)

I would like to know if a bitcoin burn address can be tied to a string. This question is not about OP_RETURN or other ways of embedding into a blockchain. Here's the processes that I went through: ...
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How can I refund money that I sent to an address?

I sent a little money to this address 19RTgakS1WZP172vZwn44HnJAKU8ZQcJxm and they said that this link was allready used by someone else. Now he is saying the bitcoins were sent to no one and that they'...
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permanent address [closed]

How can I set a permanent address wallets to send and receive? How can I find out in advance which address the coins will be sent? We have a community in MLM that pays membership of the coins. Upon ...
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Bitcoin 101, need some knowledge [closed]

I am new to bitcoin. How do I check if my blockchain is working? I have tested some free bitcoin sites but neither of them have worked.
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CoinPunk questions with private base58 encoded private keys?

I am extemely sorry if this not the right place... but thought I could maybe get some pointers? Well, basically, if you look at this: https://github.com/kyledrake/coinpunk/blob/master/lib/bitcoinjs/...
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how can we programing for sending cryptocurrencies to an address same like as many known wallets do? [closed]

can I have my own server-side code to be able to watch addresses balances and send and receive cryptos like other known wallets without using other any API? I don't know how to start and what steps ...
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I have bitcoin address but not private key

I am new on bitcoin concept. Few days ago I started working on it. I got my bitcoin address from https://freebitco.in while starting working through this. After few days I imported my bitcoin address ...
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what things may I need to start withdrawal of bitcoins [duplicate]

I'm new on bitcoins business the problem now is to withdraw my bitcoins to my account or exchange it to normal cash.
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Why is the phrase “Received with” used instead of “Received to”? [closed]

Even though I'm not a native English speaker, I feel that "received to" (some address) is more understandable or more naturally sounding to an average user than "received with". Is there any specific ...
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How wallet handles different cryptocurrencies? [closed]

As far as I know, wallet stores private and public keys and calculate balance according to that. Suppose a wallet(Single cryptocurrency) has 3 keys (private,public). Wallet will find UTXO's connected ...
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Can you specify a recipient bitcoin address or an IP address when issuing a transaction

when issuing a transaction a bitcoin client could either specify a recipient bitcoin address or an IP address This statement was in "two bit coins at the price of one" paper, and I am really confused,...
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Why is this burn address starting to get confirmations?

Can anyone explain why the burn address 1111111111111111111114oLvT2 started receiving confirmations only on 8th June? 1st transaction is 11yrs? I thought a burn address doesn't get any confirmations, ...
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Why do I need IP addresses in bitcoins, isn't I working with public address?

Sorry for that question, but please I would like to understand why should I have IP addresses as I can only communicate using the public address Sorry again but really I am confused
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How do I find who sent the transaction

The address: 1A5PsNLUs6BNWvNSzooGSFVKdkaJ4e2TG2 TXID: Amount: 0.0127
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Out of all the crypto-currencies, which address format is the shortest?

Bitcoin addresses ranges from 24-28 characters and so is litecoin. Monero is 90+ characters. Which crypto currency address format is the shortest that is in the top 50 of coinmarketcap?

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