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Can I somehow find the wallet id of every trade?

I know we can see the trade flow of BTC trades. Is it somehow possible to associate each trade to a waller? Ie. the initiator of the trade?
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Does Bitcoin have incentives for relaying transactions?

Let's suppose that I can only reach one anonymous node in order to communicate my transaction to the rest of the network. The reason could be related to some global catastrophe resulting in ...
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Can't sync to Bitcoin Network

I'm a newbie to this community. I have been trying to download all the blocks and be a full node, but I cannot connect to peers. I checked my firewall and there seems no problem, and tried to add node ...
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Can decentralised systems mitigate 51% attacks by design? [migrated]

Can you make decentralised systems, e.g. cryptocurrencies or serverless games, that aren't susceptible to 51% attacks by design? (Rather than, as I've seen proposed, external solutions like fining ...
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Block 9 Transaction 1 Output 0 ScriptPubKey openssl validation fails

I'm trying to check the public key which lies in the ScriptPubKey of output #0 of transaction #1 bloc #9 with openssl. I'm using Python to create a DER file, and openssl to check it. ScriptPubKey ...
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Can a descriptors wallet be encrypted?

Bitcoin Core provides a builtin feature by which Berkeley DB Bitcoin Core legacy wallet files can be encrypted with a passphrase. Can the same or similar be done to Bitcoin Core descriptors wallet ...
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I want to make a new Cryptocurrency from scratch but i have 0 (ZERO) Knowledge about coding, WHERE do i start? [closed]

I used to code when i was 14 and i was good at it but it was all copmletely basic that i did on my own, but then due to health reasons i gave up on it as my eyesight kept deteriorating. I want to make ...
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How do i create/implement a midstate function (One that can accurately calculate the midstate of already mined blocks)

I'm creating an AI controlled bitcoin miner but I'm having trouble manually & locally creating a midstate function to be used for optimizing the mining process. Basically I've created independent ...
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Same seed on multiple hardware wallets

Let's say I have two Ledger hardware wallets. Can I use the same seed phrase on both simultaneously and be able to work with my crypto on either whenever I want having access to the same accounts?
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what is credited but cannot withdraw in Binance deposit history api? [closed]

Based on Binance API docs, deposits in Binance have 3 statuses PENDING, SUCCESS, and another status named CREDITED BUT CANNOT WITHDRAW. I want to know when CREDITED BUT CANNOT WITHDRAW happens and why?...
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Can "Block" Message send multiple blocks?

Can multiple blocks be sent in a single block message in response to the GetBlocks message, or will a new Block message have to be sent for every block? Thanks.
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Unable to use I2P on Ubuntu 20.04 / 21.04

I configured the I2P according to this answer on Ubuntu 20.04 and 21.10. But I have been getting the following error when I try to connect to any I2P peer: I2P: Error connecting to ...
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Why "smart-contract" is a wholesale CBDC application? [closed]

From reading Lannquist,2020, p.7, I saw one of the benefits of DLT( Distributed Ledger Technology) is to support "smart-contract", which is a driven wholesale CBDC application. (CBDC:Central ...
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Can Schnorr aggregate signatures be nested inside other Schnorr aggregate signatures?

The way I've understood Schnorr signatures is that multiple parties can combine their signatures into a one shared signature, thus obfuscating the number of participants involved in the signature ...
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How to get Z value from bitcoin transaction for specific input [duplicate]

How to get Z Value from Bitcoin Transaction when there are multiple inputs. (Program on github find R S Z sigs for only first input from transaction, Other Sites which used to perform these are all ...
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Why the receiver doesn't get any bitcoin on the balance if sendtoaddress or sendrawtransaction is used?

I want to do a transaction, but I see that the receiver doesn't get the amount sent. The regtest node started bitcoind -rpcuser=test -rpcpassword=test -regtest -rpcport=16591 -fallbackfee=0.000045 My ...
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How to pass "data" in Bitcoin transaction using C# NBitcoin library?

I am creating a Bitcoin transaction in C# using NBitcoin library. How do I pass data when building a transaction using "Transaction" class? I can see the parameters for inputs and outputs ...
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What is the best site/tool/way for finding the RSZ values of a bitcoin transaction? [duplicate]

The two most popular sites for doing this are down which are https://2coin.org/ and https://2xoin.com/getRSZfromRawTX/ with no indication they'll ever return to be usable. Can anyone here link any ...
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Rng-Scanner source code fix [closed]

This tool- https://github.com/ca333/rng-scanner isn't working. The owner, ca333, hasn't updated it since 2015. Someone else pointed out the same error I had. "Traceback (most recent call last): ...
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Where do I find a private key in litewallet.io? [closed]

I have created this public key LUv2h4kHH21bJSmab2UAvBarLmSckWFASS in a mobile app called litewallet.io which can be found here https://litewallet.io/ but I do not see an option in litewallet to ...
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How can I use RBF to replace a transaction sent from Bitcoin Core?

How do I resend a transaction with RBF on a Bitcoin Core node v.19 or v.20. I am running it on Ubuntu.
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Block 170 transaction validation in the old days

I'm trying to understand how to validate the first non-coinbase transaction, that is transaction 1 of block 169, as it was validated in the old days. This transaction has one input, which decoded ...
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Is it possible to run a full node lightning network bitcoin core 22.0 on a 32 bit computer?

I have an old pc with Atom N270 that I would like to use as full node, how can I do that?
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Multisig transactions after taproot

Before taproot when we had a multisig transaction the vout had an array of addresses(Image 1). Now, this multisig transaction in Bitcoin core v22.0 is represented only as a multisig type without the ...
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Error validating transaction ... Script was NOT verified successfully

I'm getting this error below when trying to broadcast a transaction with the code below. I'm new to blockchain development and I've been trying to solve this but can't seem to figure it out. I believe ...
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Can a Bitcoin address send Bitcoin to itself?

I saw some transactions where an input address also appears as an output address. For example, this transaction has one input and three outputs. Input Address/Amount Output Address/Amount ...
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Flag -deprecatedrpc=addressess - Bitcoin core

How long do we will have the -deprecatedrpc=addressess flag for Bitcoin core. Is it just for the v22.0 or will it be available for all minor and patch releases until v23.0?
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Does Bitcoin Core 0.21.1 support taproot?

Now the node use Bitcoin Core 0.21.1.
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How are funds verified?

I understand that transactions go into mempool and a miner "verifies" the transactions such as ensuring the user has the appropriate funds and correct signature. Specifically, how are ...
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Why this sighnature not valid and pubkey not on curve?

sighnature details: Z(hash of a message ?): 2bd8e1dfd43c0dcdb7310a2d29312a3a61c1430cf0b05df31069335f34e4a591 RS: ...
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simple python code miner automatically mines and stop

I'm new at btc mining and I'm still learning. I'm almost medium level in python. I'm looking for a python miner that automatically mines using the last block and stops when a new block is found and if ...
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Why is it important that nonces when signing not be related?

I understand that if nonces (usually denoted k in the signature algorithm) are related signing with the same public key that this reveals information about the private key. I would like to get a ...
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Reference to Segwit raw transation format

Could anyone provide me a link to the specification of segwit raw transactions such as provided in https://developer.bitcoin.org/reference/transactions.html#raw-transaction-format ? (This url explains ...
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Can a 'China' or similar actor with more than half of the hash power really destroy Bitcoin?

More of a general question as I've recently gotten into investing in cryptocurrencies. I really love the vision for the future this technology provides, the freedom, ease of use, lack of middlemen, ...
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Miner attack lightning network

Can miners attack lightning network making it unusable with the hope that the transaction are forced to be processed on-chain, and they earn more transaction fee?
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Is it or will it be doable to generate an identity without running a full ION node (without depending even on Bitcoin Core pruned)?

Is it or will it be doable to generate an identity without running a full ION node (without depending even on Bitcoin Core pruned)?? Can it be done that future light ION clients do not depend on a ...
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developing hd wallet using bip32 and bip 39

I'm developing a HD wallet using C#. I want to use this wallet for multiple blockchains like bitcoin, ethereum, dogecoin etc... I've read that I should use bip32 for my wallet. i know what's bip32 but ...
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Why is a synchronized mempool necessary in the network?

My understanding is that nodes maintain a mempool of unexecuted transactions. They use a bloom filter to query other nodes for transactions they do not currently have in their own mempool... thus ...
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Is it possible to transfer fund from a bitcoin wallet to paypal?

If I have a bitcoin wallet and a paypal account, I want to transfer my money from the wallet to paypal ; is it possible ? If so how to do ?
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existing solution to build a bitcoin address-balance index

I've a full node running in a AWS vm. I want to develop an app which would be able to provide balance for a given btc address. I know blockchain.info and blockexplorer.com exists but I want to do my ...
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Issue when broadcasting Taproot transaction to older nodes

I'm trying to broadcast a Taproot transaction to random nodes across the network (Testnet3). When I try to broadcast to older nodes like 0.18.0, I get the error "Witness version reserved for soft-...
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Unreceived bitcoin transfer [duplicate]

I used bitcoin to pay a foreign exchange trading company but now they are saying they have not received the bitcoin. How can i find out what had happened to my transfered bitcoin?
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Where can I get some MuSig2 test vectors?

I am writing a MuSig2 library and need some test vectors. This should include the hash functions used.
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Are there possible attack/failure scenarios when no new nodes verify old signatures anymore (keeping the assumevalid defaults)?

This question came up in a recent discussion with Hasu and I was wondering if there is a good/practical reason why a newly syncing node should change the assumevalid option to 0 (verifying all the ...
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Is it okay to send witness transactions in response to `MSG_TX` get data messages?

I have a neutrino client that currently signals NODE_NONE. When it announces transactions it sends inventory messages and gets getdata MSG_TX requests back. Currently it replies with the witness ...
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Ternary Merkle Tree - concatenation and Merkle Proof?

Unlike binary Merkle trees, ternary have 3 leaf nodes. I wanted to understand how do we eventually get to the Root Merkle node -- is it by concatenating in the pair of 3 (considering 3 leaves in every ...
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Coinbase to Blockchain Transaction

Hello everyone! Recently i received a cryptocurrency to my Blockchain Wallet. The Bitcoin was sent from Coinbase to my address - I waited for about an hour. And i don't see the transaction and the ...
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Watchtower limitations and possible solutions so far in 2021-Nov?

Having read a bit more about the Lightning network. The capacity of the lightning network seems to ride on the "trust" of the counterparty you are opening a channel with along with the ...
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Can I get any info of the owner of the bitcoin wallet?

I transferred an amount by the Moonpay site to the person who didn't do what I paid him for. Moonpay.com page advises me to go to the police and share with them all the information I have about the ...
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Does eltoo require trusting watchtowers not to close channels?

The way Lightning Network works now, watchtowers maintain a list of penalty transactions to broadcast in case one party attempts to close a channel with an outdated channel state. The watchtower ...

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