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I created a wallet in blockchain. info android app. I bought 0
Due to how much the USD/BTC conversion rate can fluctuate, even within a small window of time, I don't think this is a good idea. The problem is that you are now listing two separate prices in one QR code. Yes, they were the same at the time of gener
Hi, The webpage https://blockchain. info/wallet/wallet-format details how the "My Wallet" information is stored as a JSON object, and then encrypted using AES-256. The webpage also explains how the private key is encrypted with a "secondary password"
In Settings -> Addresses, you can organize the funds in your wallet. This section of your wallet is also where you can view and manage individual addresses. Organizing your funds You can organize funds in your wallet however you like
My Wallet's warning for watch-only addresses ("You will not be able to send bitcoins from this address without later providing the private key") can be a bit confusing. It's possible to specify an address and watch it. And it's possible to import a p
I'm not completely sure how the implementation for Blockchain. info works as I have not tried it myself, but from my understanding what you want is to use a single private key with a corresponding public key that allows you to generate new addresses
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According to the docs, Blockchain. info provides a websocket API that streams a few things: All unconfirmed transactions using "op: unconfirmed_sub" New blocks & the data they contain using "op: blocks_sub" All new tx that are detected at a subsc
If a transaction returned from the http://blockchain. info/rawtx/$tx_hash endpoint has a confirmation, it will have a block_height member. You can then calculate roughly its number of confirmations by subtracting that value from the latest height ret