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Is the precise date and time of when a payment was sent attached to a transcaction and can it be retrieved? No And it is useless information anyway. The transaction fee chosen by the sender can influence whether the transaction gets included in a block in 10 minutes, 10 hours or 10 days. If all you care about is that the sender broadcast their transaction ...


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While Murch answers the technical side of it already, what you're trying to do is simply not possible. There is no provision in Bitcoin to know the exact time a transaction was broadcast (short of running several nodes that connect to enough of the network to attempt to deduce the first broadcast time). If you're trying to protect yourself against price ...


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The first-seen time is not usually tracked by Bitcoin wallets. You could log when a transaction was first seen by your wallet, but that would not necessarily be a reliable approach. I would suggest something else though: generate a new unique address every time someone gets to the checkout of your sales portal. You would want to do that anyway since that ...


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