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If it wasn't you, it was very likely that you were hacked. There are many possibilities, a virus, a phishing site, etc. You could check the transactions and their destination addresses, so you can see where the funds have moved


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Bitcoin balances conceptually are not like bank account balances, but more akin to banknotes: uniquely identifiable, good for a specific amount, and can only be spent in full. The "account balance" shown by your wallet is simply the sum of funds that the wallet knows how to spend. In the case of your multisig example, if user1, user2, and user3 ...


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As per my understanding of P2SH transactions, the concept of "account balance" does not really exist. But the fact that 2 out of the 3 users can unlock the corresponding redeem script with their signatures gives them the opportunity to spend the utxo (0.4BTC) of the said P2SH transaction. Independently, of course they could also spend the utxos of ...


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You can use btcposbal2csv.py script to export the list to CSV. To get current addresses with positive balance, let the full node client sync with the network. Stop the bitcoin-core client before running this utility. If you not stop the client, the database might get corrupted. Then run this program with path to chainstate directory (usually $HOME/.bitcoin/...


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What does getbalance give me? getbalance returns the total available balance according to your configuration. If you have -spendzeroconfchange set to 1 (the default), this is your total confirmed + unconfirmed balance. Whichever it gives me, I can then add or subtract the pending value to get the other value. By default getbalance - getunconfirmedbalance =...


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I've read that addresses alone are a "confusing" way to think about "where" bitcoins "are". Yep, addresses are only an encoded description of how the coins are locked, not when(*) they are. e.g. back in 2018 getaccountaddress would list 1 address, getaddressesbyaccount would list that plus a 2nd address, getaddressesbylabel ...


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