Note: You cannot withdraw to a bitcoin wallet as it is an entirely different network.
You would need to install a wallet that supports the so called "Vibrate" cryptocurrency, then use that to generate an address to withdraw to. I have no idea what "Vibrate" is to be honest, the closet I could find was something called "Viberate" which seems to be an ...
The omni layer is not a separate network or blockchain. It is simply a standardized format of transaction on the Bitcoin blockchain that uses the OP RETURN feature to move non-bitcoin assets.
In the event that your friend is able to convince GDAX to sign an Omni-format transaction using the private key for the deposit address the funds can be recovered. ...
Maybe the klines api will suit your needs: https://github.com/binance-exchange/binance-official-api-docs/blob/master/rest-api.md#klinecandlestick-data
Kline/candlestick bars for a symbol. Klines are uniquely identified by their open time.
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Based on the address the binance gave you, after they sweep the funds into their hotwallet, you can run common-input heuristic on this deposit address (assuming it was swept in with other inputs). The more addresses and sweeps, the better the accuracy and amount of addresses in the final (result) set.
On 2020-12-24, Binance announced support for deposits to native segwit addresses.
Segregated witness ("segwit") refers to a soft fork that activated a series of Bitcoin improvement proposals (BIPs) in 2017. Among other things, segwit introduced two new standard output types, Pay to Witness Public Key Hash (P2WPKH) and Pay to Witness Script Hash (...
Yes it is possible, as long a Binance is willing to let you withdraw your coins.
Open your electrum wallet. Open the 'Receive' tab, and copy the 'receiving address' to your clipboard.
Open Binance. Navigate to the page where you can initiate a withdrawal.
Paste the 'receiving address' from Electrum into Binance withdrawal form. Be sure to triple ...
The transactions involved in BTC deposit to an address assigned by centralized exchanges normally follows this path:
Bitcoin wallet of user ---> Exchange Deposit address for this user ---> Exchange moves funds from multiple hot wallets to cold storage address
These cold storage addresses are known for many exchanges and sometimes even hot wallets.
Possibly in it's activity, exchanges have quite unique transaction footprints and this can be used to make an inference. It's not an easy process however and there is nothing in the bitcoin address itself that indicates which exchange etc. was used to create it.
Segwit is not a separate network as mentioned in the screenshot instead its a Bitcoin protocol upgrade that provides lower transaction fees. This is also mentioned in the "Tips" section on same page in Binance.
Segwit is defined in BIP: 141,143,144,145 and 173 according to my understanding. In this context its just an address type you will use for ...
By 'support' and 'resistance' assume you mean in the context of trading an asset. If so, then, simplistically, support means a level at which the value of the asset could become attractive for incremental buyers. Resistance means the value which the asset may be having a hard time breaking out of (likely due to people selling at those levels)
According to some research, reported volume is inflated by up to 95%. The figures in adjusted volume usually either remove exchanges whose reports are unreliable or attempt to determine the actual volume in some fashion. One source of highly increased volumes is that some exchange take fees for deposits and withdrawals but no fees on trades. Many sites ...
It makes sense to me that they don't offer a USD trading pair, as binance does not have access to the US banking system, much less so to the or a federal reserve account.
How they are able to represent the euro in the first place within their exchange/framework, i don't know. That would mean they would have an account at a EU bank and subsequently at a NCB ...
According to https://bitcoin.org/en/glossary/hd-protocol
The Hierarchical Deterministic (HD) key creation and transfer protocol (BIP32), which allows creating child keys from parent keys in a hierarchy. Wallets using the HD protocol are called HD wallets
So this allows you to create lots of addresses just from a Master Key
Are they secure?
In exchanges like Binance when a user wants to deposit coins in bitcoin or in other coins, per user receives a unique public key?Do they have to generate pair key private/public key for each user in each coin?
I suppose they must be using a HD wallet for each users, but since one you send them your coins, everything happen in their back end they can do ...
What your screenshot is showing: You have set the amount of USDT to 30 in each case, so at the higher price, you will need to sell less BTC in order to get 30 USDT. This is different than setting the amount to a constant amount of BTC in both cases, and seeing the difference in USDT.
The math in your example:
(1 BTC/6180 USDT)(30 USDT) = (0.004854.. BTC)
There should not be any rounding because all operations are integer operations. The 8 digits is because they calculate using the base unit of Bitcoin, the satoshi, which is 0.00000001 Bitcoin (8 digits). It is calculated as an integer (i.e. calculation uses satoshis, not Bitcoin) multiplied by an integer for the number of bytes, thus the result will also be ...
It's generally accepted that using one address for multiple transactions is unsafe, because sending a transaction reveals your public key (whereas only the hash of your public key is required to receive transactions).
It's not unsafe. It is however gratuitously giving up privacy - yours, and that of others you interact with.
Those are the transaction inputs.
In your pocket, you have 100$ and 50$ and 10$ and if you want to pay for something that cost 160$ you will give the seller 100$, 50$ and 10$ in total 160$.
The same thing in here:
1NDyJtNTjmwk5xPNhjgAMu4HDHigtobu1s (34.3721168 BTC - Output)
1NDyJtNTjmwk5xPNhjgAMu4HDHigtobu1s (10.03140713 BTC - Output)...
Use https://taapi.io, there's a bunch of indicators (RSI, MACD, MA, EMA, TD Sequential, ATR, ADX, Bollinger Bands, Momentum, CMF etc...) that you can pull from their API. You can pull indicators from 20 different exchanges or so, including Binance.