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You are looking at transactions the wrong way. Bitcoin does not actually use addresses and their balances. The protocol has no concept of what an address is, nor does it need to. It also has no idea of an address or an account balance. Rather how Bitcoin works is with transaction outputs. Transaction outputs are spent as the inputs to other transactions, ...


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This is a limitation on the interface used for send many. The address,amount list is a dictionary internally within Bitcoin Core, and cannot have duplicate keys. As many other projects are forks of Bitcoin Core, the limitation applies to them as well. You can work around this by constructing a transaction manually or with a library that doesn't not use the ...


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