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As mentioned above, btcbalance. net does what you're looking for. Also, I have not tested it, but according to this forum post, a Chrome extension called Collate allows you to view your balance without making your bitcoins available for spending: htt
Probably one of the most “uncomfortable” issues about Bitcoin is the fact that your Bitcoin address looks like you just made up a bunch of random numbers and characters. Luckily there are a few ways you can customize your Bitcoin address so it will l
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By default, what is maintained by the 0. 8 blockchain engine is: All blocks A database with all block headers, and the positions on disk for each block A database that represents all unspent transaction outputs (UTXOs), indexed by txid, at the curren
A Bitcoin transaction, by design, will get one confirmation after an average of 10 minutes. Even before a confirmation has been received, a transaction is generally irreversible. If you were to send a second (double-spend) transaction, using the same
I understand there are a couple things that need to be checked for a transaction to be valid - the previous transaction had to be correct, no OP can invalidate the transaction, etc, but is there a complete list on what one needs to check in order to
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I'd suggest you to start from making an offline blockchain-parser. Use the block stored on disk and start parsing them in order to build (and update) the UTXO database. This is the most crucial and performance critical part - if you have it working,
Back to Table of ContentsSend payment To send bitcoin to someone select Send/Request and then select "Send". General procedure Enter the destination address (e. g 1AhN6rPdrMuKBGFDKR1k9A8SCLYaNgXhty for MultiBit donations) Enter a value (e
Technically it is possible: the sender creates transaction to payee's wallet, signs it, payee verifies it, then broadcasts it to the network when able. But in terms of security it is even worse than accepting zero-confirmation transacrions: the payer