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At the protocol level, Bitcoin has no concept of "balances" or "addresses", and their common interpretation isn't relevant during verification. Every transaction spends "coins" and reforges them into new "coins" (called UTXOs). Every UTXO has a value (in number of satoshis) and an locking script. UTXOs are always spent ...


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Walletbalance is showing your on-chain balance of a lightning wallet. Regarding channel balances (locked on layer 2 and not available onchain): local balance is your local balance that you can spend on lightning network remote balance is balance in your channels but it's being owned by the other party in the channel, this is the amount you are able to ...


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In each of your channels, you have a local balance. This is the balance that is yours in that channel. The counterparty of the channel has the remote balance. All lightning transactions change these balances with each one resulting in their sum being the same and matching the channel capacity. As all transactions in that channel just end up changing the ...


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There are approximately 800,000 unique addresses on the blockchain with some Bitcoin held at those addresses at the present time according to blockchain.com. Let's assume these addresses are all bech32 (to simplify the calculation, in reality these are the minority). The witness program in a bech32 SegWit v0 P2WSH address is 32 bytes. In theory this means ...


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The confusion is due to the fact that contrary to how block explorers show information, Bitcoin (and by extension the Bitcoin Core wallet) isn't designed for addresses to hold an individual balance. This is more a philosophical point than a technical one. Addresses are entry points into a wallet. They are identifiers to be given out for individual payments, ...


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It looks like you are trying to calculate address balances by what I assume to be transactions. The way the data is presented in your table, I get the impression that you are assuming that there is only one input address and one output address in every transaction. That's not the case, though. Each input in a transaction spends an Unspent Transaction Output (...


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According to the Blockchain record for address 1MhnRVvDTHGMSRdSRU5sP7vFH3aMExBAc9 Date Transaction ID Confirms Description 2021-01-25 12:56 8c038b...c3fb2f 2691 Money received from bc1qq9...6cfvgq 2021-02-02 15:33 1708b5...935604 0 Failed low-fee transaction, now invalid 2021-02-12 14:08 a77bb6...26273d 5 Money sent to 1EqnaM...WQGW6y how can I get ...


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Those are orphaned blocks, it means while you were mining that block someone else mined it faster than you, thus you do not get the credit for those mined blocks.


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You can download a database dump from blockchair.com at https://gz.blockchair.com/bitcoin/addresses/ The database is updated daily and is contains a balance of satoshis for every address on the network.


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