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Multiple transactions to one address

Multiple transactions to one address

Can you send multiple transactions to same Bitcoin address? Address reuse refers to the use of the same address for multiple transactions. It is an unintended practice, abusing the privacy and security of the participants of the transactions as well as future holders of their value. It also only functions by accident, not by design, […]

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Finding the lost Cryptocurrency

Here are some practical tips to help you recover your lost Bitcoin wallet. Retrace your steps. You might need to make some quick visits to the past to recall the information you need. … Check available recovery tools. … Ask for help. … Access your old wallet once it’s found. Can you retrieve lost crypto? […]

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Bitcoin Wallet Unsynched and Lost BTC?

What happens to Bitcoin in lost wallets? Bitcoin is infinitely divisible, so lost bitcoin does not harm the network as a whole. Furthermore, because Bitcoin derives value from its absolutely finite supply, every lost bitcoin will slightly increase the value of remaining bitcoin in the network. How many BTC are lost in wallets? One major […]

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Do these new ASIC miners really pay for themselves in 5 days?

How much does mining bitcoin pay per day? Bitcoin miners are currently mining around $20 million worth of Bitcoin per day. That’s $600 million per month. A mining machine costs $2,000-$20,000, making it difficult for anyone but professional miners to mine. How long are ASIC miners profitable? The average lifespan of a well-kept, maintained machine […]

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How to send BCH programmatically using existing wallet

How can I transfer from BCH to BCH? Sending bitcoin cash Start by tapping the SEND button from the home screen. Enter the address of the recipient. Enter the amount to send (in either local currency or bitcoin cash – BCH). Review the transaction and slide the arrow to confirm. How do I transfer money […]

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Bitcoin-cli not found on OSX

How do I use Bitcoin on Mac? Quote from video: And then click about this mac. Then you'll see under the chip or processor. Section it'll either say intel chip or in this case it'll say apple m1 or apple silicon. What is Bitcoin CLI? Bitcoin Core has a built in wallet with graphical and […]

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Can I have multiple working public keys per wallet?

Your Bitcoin wallet address is the hashed version of its public key. Each public key is 256 bits long, while the wallet address is 160 bits long. Bitcoin users can generate as many public keys as they need to transact. It is advisable to have multiple public keys for different transactions to ensure enhanced privacy. […]

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How to transfer only the blockchain to a friend’s computer?

How do I transfer bitcoins from blockchain to another wallet? How do I send Bitcoin? Click on Send and select Bitcoin from the Currency drop-down menu. If you have multiple sub-wallets, you can choose the sub-wallet you want to send from in the From drop-down menu. In the To field, paste the recipient’s address OR […]

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ELI5: is it true that Base58 doesn’t prevent typo, but Base58check does, really because there is a checksum?

What is Base58Check encoding? Bitcoin addresses are encoded using the Base58Check encoding. This encoding is used to limit the confusion between various characters, such as 0OIl as they can look the same in different fonts. The encoding basically takes the binary byte arrays and converts them into human-readable strings. What is Base 58 in Bitcoin? […]

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Why am i picking up 2 blockchains for my BTC address

Why do I have two BTC addresses? Your Exodus wallet manages multiple Bitcoin (BTC) addresses, not just one. Each time you make a BTC transaction, your wallet also uses change addresses to receive leftover transaction-output change. For increased privacy, your Exodus wallet can generate a new address each time you receive bitcoin. Can BTC enter […]

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