Questions on: transaction-fees - страница 4

The reason I'm asking is because I want to know if 2-of-3 can be used by two parties as a way for one party to pre-commit to purchasing something before they actually do. For example, suppose Alice is selling her old car for 2 BTC, and Bob has said o
There certainly is a rationale explanation- if you are manually constructing your own transactions i. e. you are writing your own code to create bitcoin transactions its pretty easy to do this by accident
Introduction David Chaum introduced digital cash as a research topic in 1983, in a setting with a central server that is trusted to prevent double-spending[Cha83]. To mitigate the privacy risk to individuals from this central trusted party, and to en
Transaction fees have been a part of the Bitcoin protocol from the beginning. They are a core part of the protocol and are designed to be the long term incentive for miners. And, Yes, miners will often exclude transactions without fees (or give them
About Mastercoin or OMNI Mastercoin is a digital currency and communications protocol built on the Bitcoin block chain. It is one of several efforts to enable complex financial functions in a cryptocurrency. Planned features include the development o
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
You can check this link that explains everything clearly. So, I will summerize the content. First of all, to spend d bitcoins, you need to have d bitcoins in your wallet
The original design assumes a common behavior of processing the incoming transaction on FIFO basis. That means the first transaction received by a miner wins and all conflicting transactions received after it will be ignored (no matter if the first o
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
Transaction fees are charged by the miners who process the transaction. In your scenario there is no such thing. – nmatOct 4 '11 at 4:01 My understanding is that they aren't so much "charged" by the miners as volunteered by the party initiating the t