Questions on: transactions - страница 5

I'm trying to port TX generation logic to a different (and unpopular) language. I've been beating my head against this way too long and should have walked away but, well, you know, closure, and stubbornness. Here's my code so far
Multisignature (multisig) refers to requiring more than one key to authorize a Bitcoin transaction. Consider the following scenario: Suppose I am working with a company that wants to accept Bitcoin for international trades. The company, for security
One idea that comes to mind is to use them as a transaction ID to bind the sender to the recipient instead of generating a unique Bitcoin address per sender. If done carefully, this may allow more versatile use of vanity addresses. Since the address
I'm working on writing a wrapper for the standard bitcoin client. I'll be communicating with it via the JSON-RPC API and I'm just wondering if anyone has any experience with this; this app is mostly geared to receive BTC, not send. How does the clien
As 2017 begins it seems easier than ever to buy Bitcoins with your credit card. The only issue is knowing from who to buy. In this post I’ll cover all known (legit) methods to buy Bitcoin with a credit card
I don't fully understand your question, first a reaction on your assumption. It is indeed so that your wallet does not hold actual coins. However, consider the distinction between the terms wallet and client
After reading this What is the format of coinbase transaction? I was wondering about a few things. decoderawtransaction of a random Litecoin coinbase transaction: "coinbase" : "038abd07062f503253482f048725ee5208083865a409000000092f7374726174756d2f",
Transactions are the most important part of the bitcoin system. Everything else in bitcoin is designed to ensure that transactions can be created, propagated on the network, validated, and finally added to the global ledger of transactions (the block