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Two transactions are signed by different private keys, and the value of “R” for these two transactions is the same?

Everyone knows an error in the Blockchain when the same value of "R" can be calculated and find out the private key of the transaction: ECDSA Signature and the "z" value But I have a ...
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Signing a bitcoin transaction OFFLINE fails

I know this subject has been discussed quite a lot, but after several days looking for this to work, I give up. I want to create a transaction on a view-only wallet which is connected to the internet ...
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Using CoreBitcoin in Swift to create raw transaction

I am new to coding, and only know swift, obj-C is still foreign to me. I have a functioning wallet but for now am relying on BlockCypher API to build a transaction which I do NOT want to do. Can ...
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Breaking down a raw transaction:

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Untypical input script

There are many untypical Input script data in blockchain. What does it mean? For example, transaction: 4A253F17E5F4B24B41F72A6AE46DD1BCB25F7F33769C2AA5D50C6A6A7CF9F76E (link) has it's input script: ...
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How to create raw transaction

I've started creating my own wallet in bitcoinj and I have serious problem. I want to create raw transaction without wallet object. So I wrote this piece of code: //String to a private key ...
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C# BC, successfully creating and signing raw transaction

First time on stackexchange to ask for help, sorry if i make mistakes (english is not my native language). I try to create a valid raw transaction on C# with bouncycastle and i seems stuck, not able ...
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Is it possible to execute a CLTV transaction in bitoin core 0.11 console?

The title says it all. How can one perform a op_checklocktimeverify transaction using bitcoin core? I've searched around and I've found a few repo's on github but nothing about how to do it in the ...
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Redeeming OP_SHA256 hash OP_EQUAL (Testnet) Tx

I created the following non-standard Tx on the Testnet3 network: 6b52c981e6814072db77cb755b2633cd126b4ca21501d18ab994531e17a4a813 { hash: "...
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Why is my raw transaction non-canonical, getting error -25, and being rejected?

I'm trying to port TX generation logic to a different (and unpopular) language. I've been beating my head against this way too long and should have walked away but, well, you know, closure, and ...
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Difference between createmultisig and addmultisigaddress?

What is the functional difference between createmultisig and addmultisigaddress in bitcoincore (v 0.10)? To be clear, I understand how both function. ie. multisigCmd n ["address1 public key as hex", ...
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How can I view the Blockchain locally on my machine?

I'd like to view the blockchain on my Windows 7 machine. Right now I'm looking under roaming/Bitcoin/blocks, and trying to open blk00000.dat . I can't read any of it though, it seems the text is ...
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calculate transaction ID TXID from JSON or raw transaction

consider an offline transaction that has not been posted yet, created through a method such as here: http://brainwallet.org/#tx a) how could I calculate the transaction ID from the raw transaction? ...
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Can the same target address appear more than once on transaction output?

Normally, a transaction output will contain a list of address + amount. Each element in this list has an associate output number, "vout". For example: Transaction outputs: vout=0: addr=m111111, ...
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How to redeem a basic Tx?

Given a raw, standard Tx (wiki): 01000000 01 26c07ece0bce7cda0ccd14d99e205f118cde27e83dd75da7b141fe487b5528fb 00000000 8b ...
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Why is the Block Header txn_count field always zero?

According to the Protocol Specification, the txn_count field of a Block Header is always set to 0, why is that? What are the intended future uses of this field?