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Find examples of how to build programs using Bitcoin. The following guide aims to provide examples to help you start building Bitcoin-based applications. To make the best use of this document, you may want to install the current version of Bitcoin Co
I think I understand the basic operation of the Bitcoin protocol. Blocks are the "long-term memory" of the network used to prevent double spending (and the way the network agrees in first place). Proof of work is sort of brute-forcing the nonce so th
The latest versions of our wallet now use a dynamic fee structure (which you can read about here) to determine appropriate fees for your transactions, so some of the information in this post no longer applies. If you have a pending transaction that i
The economical way in your case would be to pay off (create as much outputs) as you can to decrease the fee cost. Some standard transaction with one proven input and one output is about 161 - 250 bytes. see reference some est
What you are seeing is not an inherent property of a transaction but how the transaction looks to you at the current time and how your Bitcoin client wants to display it. A transaction contains inputs and outputs; if the transaction is considered a "
Actually you can spend these if you REALLY need it creating a raw transaction: Collect unspent outputs. RPC listunspent does this, but IIRC it's empty until you download the whole blockchain. You can also check Blockchain
In order to get the size of the hexadecimal dump in bytes you need to convert it into an array of bytes and then get the array's length. Sample code in C#: public static Byte[] StringToByteArray(String hex) { return Enumerable. Range(0, hex
I'm just getting started looking at bitcoin and it's protocol, so this might be an incredibly stupid question. Why does bitcoin have a separate concept of transactions? Wouldn't it be better for each block to have a bunch of inputs and a bunch of out
I am building my Bitcoin expertise, and want to verify my understanding on a specific point: at what point(s) do all full nodes verifies a new transaction? Here is my understanding in a nutshell, please confirm or correct: [1] Upon receiving each new