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How do you send to multiple addresses by paying a one time fee? Which wallet supports this?

TL;DR: Just read the second paragraph of "Concrete Numbers". Wallet Recommendation: Electrum Doing this in Electrum is very simple. Just switch to the Send tab and then (in the menu) choose Tools → ...
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How do you send to multiple addresses by paying a one time fee? Which wallet supports this?

With the Bitcoin Core client, you can create a transaction sending coins to several addresses. On the "Send" tab, there is an "Add Recipient" button at the bottom of the screen; click it as many ...
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How do you send to multiple addresses by paying a one time fee? Which wallet supports this?

Transactions have a list of inputs and a list of outputs. Many transactions just have two outputs, one that pays to the receiver of the funds, and one that sends the leftovers ("change") back to the ...
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How do I join a NXT mining forging pool? And how do I register for payouts from the pool?

I was confused by this as well, but I figured it out through trial and error. AM means arbitrary message (they should have explained this), which is a regular message you send to the forging pool ...
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Who pays me when pool mining?

Broadly speaking, there are two ways of paying pool miners. The first way is to have a wallet and send payments to miners through that when they ask for them. The second way, which both eligius.st ...
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PPLNS implementation

Well, that post is quite old. Variable-difficulty shares weren't a thing then. That said, I'm pretty sure the fix is as follows: When a share is submitted, the post says you should assign to it a ...
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What is Multi-PPS (Pay Per Share)?

If I understand multi-PPS correctly, it's really simple. How does multi-PPS work: Miner Alice registers with Bob's pool: she gives Bob one of her addresses (to use for payouts) and Bob gives her one ...
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How do Bitcoin mining pools send their miner's their share of the block reward

They do so just like anyone else sending Bitcoin to someone; they create a Bitcoin transaction and broadcasts it to the network. It works in exactly the same way as you sending Bitcoin to someone else....
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PPLNS implementation

When a share of difficulty d > 1 is submitted, treat it as though d shares, each of difficulty 1, were submitted simultaneously.
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BTC/hashes/second rates for various pools

This is an interesting question, but also a very difficult one to answer. No, all pools don't pay exactly the same. But looking at how much a pool paid out over a few days is pointless due to ...
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How do you send to multiple addresses by paying a one time fee? Which wallet supports this?

Armory can do this in a couple of clicks as far as I remember, you'll be able to do it with one fee if I'm not mistaken but you are going to need to download the whole blockchain.
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Is multi-PPS the correct solution to the mining centralization problem?

First it should be understood that Multi-PPS aspires to solve only one aspect of mining centralization - the centralization of many small miners in a few large pools. It doesn't solve the problem of ...
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