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When using bitcoin, you don't have to trust anyone to tell you if you received a transaction, you can verify it for yourself. To do so, you can run a bitcoin 'full node' (such as the bitcoin core software), and then query the node to find the transaction in question. Failing that, you can check to see if your wallet software has received a new transaction.† ...


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Using Bitcoin Core (bitcoin-cli), the standard sequence of commands to create and broadcast a transaction would be: createrawtransaction signrawtransactionwithkey sendrawtransaction You can find information on the commands by executing bitcoin-cli help You might also want to see this question: https://stackoverflow.com/q/38493893


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It can be done offline and with no synced data. Start: .\bitcoind.exe -datadir=c:\bitcoin -prune=550 -noconnect Create transaction: .\bitcoin-cli.exe -datadir=c:\bitcoin createrawtransaction '[{\"txid\":\"some taxid\",\"vout\":0}]' '{\"some target address\":a_number}' To not spend all the sum, of course, add a ...


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