Skip to main content

Questions tagged [forced-address-reuse]

The tag has no usage guidance.

Filter by
Sorted by
Tagged with
2 votes
1 answer

I've combined dust with other, valuable UTXO's. Can I de-link them?

Long ago, when Bitcoin was only a geeky novelty with very little fiat value, I mined some BTC in a mining pool. There were several transactions resulting in (fractions of) newly generated coins sent ...
bitsmack's user avatar
  • 141
1 vote
1 answer

Can simply not spending the dust thwart dusting attacks?

I have an address where small dust amounts have been deposited in 3 or 4 transactions by unknown senders. I did some research and found it's a "dusting attack". The articles also mention ...
Jus12's user avatar
  • 1,365
6 votes
2 answers

Deanonymizing dust attack

What is the counter measure against dust attack, in case somebody tries to deanonymize me? Is there a possibility how to prevent somebody to send you intentional small dust, so that he can track your ...
boldi's user avatar
  • 61
5 votes
3 answers

What's the best way to get rid of 1 satoshi dust?

I recently noticed an old address of mine had 1 satoshi sent to it in some dust spam transaction. The thought of this satoshi bloating the UTXO set for everyone bothers me. I'd like to "destroy" it, ...
Daniel McNally's user avatar
0 votes
2 answers

Received Random Unconfirming BTC

I've been using BTC for years now. This is the first time this has happened. Woke up yesterday to an unconfirmed transaction of around $30. Completely confused, I wondered where this came from. ...
Soss's user avatar
  • 1
4 votes
2 answers

Could Bitcoin dust spam be effectively combatted by actually including it in the block-chain?

After reading this question I got interested in these mysterious spammers who sent satoshis randomly. For what I read, here's been plenty of discussion about this, mainly at Bitcoin talk (discussions ...
Joe Pineda's user avatar
  • 2,118