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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
Bitcoin is the currency of the Internet: a distributed, worldwide, decentralized digital money. Unlike traditional currencies such as dollars, bitcoins are issued and managed without any central authority whatsoever: there is no government, company,
Survey order: You ought to have a system that uniquely identifies the survey and assigned it some string of characters. This can be just a simple number, or something more complex. You need to use that unique id to request a Bitcoin address form bitc
Hi All, does anyone have good documentation or information on best practices on webapps and app pools I read in some sites that now MS recommends a single webapp with multiple host headed site collections. I feel a little bit uneasy about having a si
One entity can be embedded in another entity. The attributes of an entity can be common attributes of more than one entity. In this case there can be one embeddable entity
I am new to bitcoin programming, and want to build some apps to get more familiar with it. What I am curious is, how could I implement a basic auction site. I want to make it as automated as possible
Author: Deron Eriksson Description: This tutorial describes how to use a request dispatcher in a servlet. Tutorial created using: Windows XP || JDK 1. 5
I have a website which enables users to trade information for a price. The price is calculated based on an algorithm within the website. The website charges a percentage per transaction for the service
Transactions are not necessary to mine blocks. In simple terms: mining a block = finding a hash that matches with the previous block's hash + optionally a bunch of unconfirmed transactions. A block doesn't need to include any transactions