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I formated my hard drive with bitcoin core on it

Addresses are not magically tied to the hardware you use. If you delete the file that contains the private keys for your addresses, you will lose them and thus lose access to your Bitcoin. Since it ...
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How do you delete an account in Bitcoin Core?

bitcoind does not allow you to delete addresses. (If it did, the next question people would ask is, "How do I undelete addresses?" :)) However, you can use the rpc call setaccount to change the ...
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Is there a similar server like Bitcoin core that truly supports accounts?

Bitcoin Core since 0.15 supports multiwallet. That is probably much closer to what people expected the accounts feature to be (and confusion about it is one of the reasons for deprecating it). Using ...
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How are off-chain transactions handled by bitcoind?

First of all, there are many types of off-chain transactions. Any movement of value in BTC that does not directly correspond to a blockchain transaction can be classified as one. This includes: ...
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How address balance is calculated?

Bitcoin uses the so called UTXO (Unspent Transaction Output) model. The first time it is not very intuitive because it is different from the traditional accounting model where you just spend from and ...
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Which crypto currencies have shortest payment address?

The human mind can remember approximately 7 digits quickly and easily. That's how you can remember US phone numbers (sans area code) without even thinking about it. However, when it gets to 10 digits ...
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How to preserve anonymity within Ripple?

Note, anonymity isn't a design goal for ripple. Depending on the level of pseudo-anonymity required, gateway and future features of Ripple would likely be easier (and more cost effective) than using ...
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Negative Dogecoin Balances?

Problem rricci2009 commented: After few transaction by sendtoaddress command, balance in "" became negative. I solved with the "move" command from another account to "". [...] Cause sipa ...
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How to spend bitcoins From Account and specify Fee

Please don't use bitcoin cores accounting system anymore (especially for new projects). It has been deprecated (and might be removed in near future). A way of solving your issue would be by calling ...
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Crypto Account hacked

If someone has gained knowledge of your wallet's mnemonic seed phrase, and used it to create a transaction which spends all of your funds to an address that the attacker controls, then there is no way ...
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Transaction haven`t got

Your Bitcoin-core wallet will need to finish syncing with the network before it will display your balance.
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How address balance is calculated?

A somewhat more intuitive way to think about balance calculations is to think of you you use an actual fiat wallet. If you want to look at how much money you physically have right now, you would open ...
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How to send everything in a bitcoind account?

I would highly recommend that you not use the accounts system as it is deprecated and has been removed for Bitcoin Core 0.17 and beyond. Furthermore, the way that you want to use the accounts system ...
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Is it possible to use the RPC's Label feature in it's current state over the deprecated Accounts feature?

Yes, you can use the current Labels function as it is now.
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How are off-chain transactions handled by bitcoind?

An off-chain transaction means in simple terms that the parties involved in the transaction basically exchange their private keys. Say you want to pay your friend 1 BTC. You would just give the ...
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Regrouping accounts belonging to same user

First off, you should really start thinking in terms of addresses rather than accounts, especially when doing block chain analysis. See here: What is the difference between accounts and adresses? ...
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How could I do everything manually?

If you want to do everything yourself, download a wallet program on your computer and run it instead of using coinbase. For example, if you use a wallet like Bitcoin Core, it is completely under your ...
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Cost of transfer from multiple addresses

More inputs will mean the transaction will take up more bytes. Since miners have only so many bytes in a block that they can fill with transactions, they won't put in a bigger transaction unless it ...
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Where do exchanges store the user's money?

It's up to Kraken what they do with the money on deposit with them, though most likely they pool it in bank accounts or other secure liquid investments belonging to the company. The exact details ...
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Is it possible to have multiple accounts in MultiBit HD?

Only a single account ("Account 1" in myTrezor.com terminology) is supported in MultiBit HD. This is due to limitations of how the transaction data is obtained from the Bitcoin Core nodes. It is ...
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Does the Ripple protocol allow listing an account's (address's) past transactions? If yes, is there a web site for this?

Yes, the Ripple protocol does allow you to list all past transactions performed. The most typical way would be to use the account_tx command. You can "page through" the data, retrieving a particular ...
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Bitcoind, Multisig, and the default account ""

If anyone is looking for the answer, Gavin Andresen posted it on bitcointalk.org. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=567321 Transactions send via sendrawtransaction are always debited from the ...
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How safe is my USD deposit at Bitstamp?

A lot of this info is a bit outdated and as of now I still can't find anywhere that says Bitstamp is insured but Coinbase is FDIC insured for USD.
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