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Transaction fees are calculated according to priority and transaction size. Priority is a function of age and value of a single input in the wallet. The larger the value and the older the input age the higher the priority will be
Generally speaking if you want to contribute you have two options: Become a blockchain peer The Bitcoin network requires the full chain to be available for download. If not enough peers allow the full chain to be downloaded, this is a risk to the net
I'm trying to understand the algorithm Bitcoin Core uses to sort memory pool transactions by fee. Gavin's fee rework proposal states: Next, sort all remaining memory pool transactions by fee-paid-per-kilobyte, and include as many as will fit until th
Good evening everyone. I've been out of the cryptocurrency scene for a couple of years and I've stumbled into a minor issue. I've been trying to figure out if it will be viable to move some Bitcoin from one wallet I own to another without a fee
Take a look at the Bitcoin wiki page on Transaction Fees. First of all, a transaction fee is not always required. Miners decide whether to accept transactions without a fee and most miners follow the same decision protocol for that
Currently no. Any "required fees" are enforced only by the client not the network or protocol. It is up to each individual miners which transactions to include in a block
The client calculates the priority of the transaction, which is defined as coin days destroyed (i. e. number of coins times coin age) divided by transaction size
Most of my initially received bitcoins were from faucets and therefore, these micro amounts ended up being dust transactions. Since then, I've bought some bitcoins which are not dust. Now I'm trying to send 0
If the coins it is using have a lot of confirmations, the less likely a fee is going to be needed. In the instance reported here, when the payment was sent using the Bitcoin. org client the funds had many confirmations and no fee was required