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This is partially possible via anonymity analysis via heuristics like clustering. There are websites like wallet explorer which have list of known exchange addresses inferred by a mix of clustering analysis and manual user tagging. Similar analysis is done by blockchain forensic firms like elliptic If most of inputs have been identified as belonging to an ...


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You try Bitpay's API to you are not experienced with coding, I think it is easy to implement on your e-commerce site. or, you should generate a single-use bitcoin address for every transaction and make sure to maintain the record for each transaction. Also, make sure to keep the private keys offline. above all, try hiring a bitcoin developer if your needs ...


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You can keep generating addresses. Bitcoin Core is capable of generating and keeping track of millions of addresses. You don't need to worry about gap limit, as you are using bitcoin core. Gap limit issues mostly arise when you are deriving adresses from xpub Yes, you can create multiple wallets in bitcoin core using multiple wallet finds. About limits on ...


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Yes, you'd need to maintain the full record of all addresses, because you don't know whether they'd still receive a payment eventually, after they've been seen by someone. Otherwise, you will miss getting paid and need to rescan later, so you might as well keep the full body in the first place. bitcoind is probably not the right tool to track a multitude of ...


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The blockchain only records transfers of Bitcoin, and there is no reason to believe that every payment is linked to trading activity. The blockchain does not record reasons why funds were transferred, and it most certainly doesn't record trading activity. How could it, when trading inherently involves the exchange for another good, service, or currency which ...


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I understand wallets are disposable and can be generated infinitely, but my concern is tied to the fact that something so disposable can be yet unique. Perhaps this related question would be of interest to you: Is it possible to brute force bitcoin address creation in order to steal money? Essentially, there are 2^160 possible addresses. This number looks ...


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What should I do if a scammer obtained access to my crypto wallet? Abandon the wallet. Do not ever use it again, since the scammer has full access to it. Are there any further risks other than losing the money contained within it? If your account is KYC'd and the scammer has access to it, then the scammer could use the account to engage in nefarious/...


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