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The address received 0.07014343 BTC in 3d727e3f4565e011c0348f813c2d5480210b6bae2003a0f7abaa949d1a7c599a. These coins have already been spent, so at the very least the recipient's wallet provider is aware of the transaction. Depending on the type of wallet, the recipient's account may not have been credited due to internal system issues. Alternatively, the ...


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This is mainly adding to @Raghav Sood's answer: A quick google search brought me here from which I found this: https://blockexplorer.com/ Searching your bitcoin address in this website gives some data related to bitcoin transaction concerning this particular address (including the one mentioned on the other answer), plus some more statistics. For ...


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Blockchain Explorer says received but it's not received yet! That's not how Bitcoin works. All computer-based wallets, including your friend's, have a copy of the blockchain (or have indirect access to a copy). If the blockchain includes your transaction, then the money has been received. All copies of the blockchain are eventually identical, only the last ...


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The wallet itself is still downloading the block and is 3 years and 29 months behind. Does this mean I must wait until this finishes before it shows up? Yes, in order to understand the current state of the network (which includes the transaction that you received funds in), your node will need to work through the blockchain history. Otherwise, your node ...


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All you need to receive funds is a valid bitcoin address. To create a bitcoin address, users will generally use some software that is capable of creating the cryptographic keys that the bitcoin address is derived from. So, in the most simple terms, all you need to do is download some Bitcoin wallet software, which will then provide you with a bitcoin ...


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The transaction is confirmed. Make sure that you have sent to the correct address (your friend's address 37ZyDkjmMEkTVjeuLcjH3p5AQEZF5tpr1E). If you are sure then your friend is trying to scam you because in transaction https://blockstream.info/tx/cb2b8b9fe545ba2705f9831e33417cdf3c4c749eb738cb359d3c3af4834b2768 the UTXO you sent to your friend has been ...


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There is no concept of 'which address is paying the fee' in a Bitcoin transaction. Instead, transactions are constructed as follows: One or more UTXOs are specified as inputs. These UTXOs are spent in their entirety New UTXOs are created as outputs. Each one is of a certain value, and pays to a certain address. The difference (value of inputs - value of ...


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