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https://github.com/alecalve/python-bitcoin-blockchain-parser just parses the blkXXXXX.dat directly for you into Python, no servers needed. Likely much slower than the C++ option from https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/a/22621/21282 , but good at least for quick prototyping since in Python.


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Why do you want to save data in your database? Your answer doesn't explain why but the answer can have a pattern, described below When I need to store additional information when I use bitcoin RPC In general, you don't need to store additional information from the DB, for instance, you don't need to store the block in your DB (I hope if you don't want pass ...


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If you're using the bitcoin-core v0.20 you need to execute this comand: createrawtransaction "[{\"txid\":\"TX_ID\",\"vout\":0}]" "[{\"address\":ammount_that_you_want_transfer}]" I hope it help.


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Bitcoin funds are tracked in Unspent Transaction Outputs (UTXO). Whenever you send bitcoins, your wallet software declares which specific UTXOs get spent and creates new UTXOs to assign the funds to the paid parties. Even in the simplest case, a transaction usually creates two new outputs: one to pay the receiver of the payment and one to reassign the left ...


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time is the best guess for the actual time a transaction took place. timereceived is the time at which the wallet received the transaction. For the most part, both of these fields will be the same. Generally when you use a wallet, you will receive transactions when they are unconfirmed which is then both the time that the transaction is received, and the ...


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vout is the 0 based output index. It can be more than just 0 or 1, but those tend to be the most common because people don't make transactions with lots of outputs. To understand vout, you must understand how Bitcoin transactions actually work. A Bitcoin transaction consumes transaction outputs as inputs, and creates transaction outputs. It can consume ...


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It's just intended to be a human readable note intended to contain information about who the transaction was sent to. It's entirely optional and has no effect on the transaction itself.


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There's no riddle here. The to field is a string that contains the comment associated with the transaction contained within the wallet, if there is one. The output of the help command is generally meant to be one line explanations rather than an actual manual, there's various commentary around that gives some more context.


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