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This tag should be used for questions related to transactions. Transactions are signed messages regarding the transfer or generation of bitcoins. They are broadcast throughout the Bitcoin network and, if accepted, integrated in the blockchain.

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Assuming you mean "blockchain.info". Go to your exchange, deposit/bitcoins section. It should give you a bitcoin address, copy it. go to your wallet, "send money" enter the copied address and the de …
answered Apr 1 '13 by o0'.
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While you can keep your funds on Mt. Gox, it is not advisable to do so, for the reasons listed here. So you would better find an e-wallet you like (I suggest blockchain.info), and send your funds ther …
answered Feb 24 '13 by o0'.
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With paypal you trust paypal; here you check all history and ensure it is correct. Still, you usually don't care about that, and that's why there are "thin clients" which only download the necessary data and check only the blocks regarding your transactions. …
answered Jan 23 '12 by o0'.
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You can add that address to blockchain.info/wallet, as watch-only if you prefer, and enable email notifications. (didn't try that myself with watch-only addresses, so this might fail)
answered Mar 3 '13 by o0'.
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With 6 confirmations you are safe from double spends and the like. For low-value transactions, 1 or 2 are likely enough. …
answered Mar 13 '13 by o0'.
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It doesn't work that way. Any address can send and receive. Since you'll receive coins on multiple addresses, sooner or later you will have to use those addresses to send too, in order to spend those …
answered Jan 27 '13 by o0'.
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You can use the API to retrieve such data.
answered May 29 '13 by o0'.
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BitPay allows you to accept payments in bitcoins receiving any combination of hard currency and bitcoins (you can chose 100% hard currency if you want). I'm not sure if this is what you want, but hon …
answered Apr 4 '13 by o0'.
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bitcoind has a feature named "accounts" which does exactly that: handles the balance in separate accounts, which you can map to your users. It automatically generates new addresses for the accounts, c …
answered Apr 14 '13 by o0'.
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Since Ripple has an integrated exchange, I guess it simply places market orders in its order book, trying to get the best overall price. You find the order book in Advanced/Trade, if you want to try …
answered Apr 26 '13 by o0'.
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The easiest way would be to create an online wallet on blockchain.info, and use one of the easy deposit features it offers. This however is impractical both for traceability (his, not yours), and for …
answered Jan 26 '13 by o0'.
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Mining is a series of independent attempts at finding a good hash for a block. Since all attempts are independent from each other, modifying the block between one attempt and the other have no negativ …
answered Dec 11 '12 by o0'.