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This is a common issue for any service with BTC incomings/outgoings. The answer is simply to consolidate all your inputs in a large transaction all at once, so you remove possibly hundreds of small outputs, and get one big at the end. Usually people do this semi-regularly, though you also see people waiting until mempool fees are super low. One reason ...


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I want to know why the two tools are giving different results Bitcoin Core uses hardened derivation to derive child private keys from the master private key. You can check the embedded link for more details, but in summary it means that the software uses parent private keys within the hash function to generate child private keys. This compares to non-...


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You don't need to grant someone access to the entire machine to be able to use bitcoin-cli. You can provision credentials using the rpcauth parameter in bitcoin.conf (it may be defined multiple times for multiple username/password combinations), and whitelist their IP address for the port you are running the bitcoin RPC on. They can then use a local bitcoin-...


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