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November 10, 2017, 11:06:05 AM
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Hi,

Has anyone ever try to send BTC using Bitcoin Core Client using multiple entry (add recipient in the send tab)
but sending it to the same address ?

will it go through as separate payment?
or
will it combine the amount and send it as one entry?
or
one of them will gone with the wind and lost in space?

Thanks.

UPDATE:
sorry, I just realised that you cannot send using same address.
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November 10, 2017, 11:40:56 AM
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sorry, I just realised that you cannot send using same address.

Yeah there's a client-side check that prevents this.
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November 12, 2017, 12:10:44 AM
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sorry, I just realised that you cannot send using same address.

Yeah there's a client-side check that prevents this.

not always the case and can be done, check this tx address 1FMmEBoj7
https://blockchain.info/tx/85aa6103f6314cd81c1596299ddfc5cfd768e8aff93b310dba35df400ae7ff7c?show_adv=true
https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/tx/85aa6103f6314cd81c1596299ddfc5cfd768e8aff93b310dba35df400ae7ff7c
I took this from another thread, he encountered a problem the exchange receiver only recognize one of them
eventhough possible why you want wasting txfee/bytes and possible problem (as stated above)

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November 12, 2017, 08:28:30 AM
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sorry, I just realised that you cannot send using same address.

Yeah there's a client-side check that prevents this.

not always the case and can be done, check this tx address 1FMmEBoj7
https://blockchain.info/tx/85aa6103f6314cd81c1596299ddfc5cfd768e8aff93b310dba35df400ae7ff7c?show_adv=true
https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/tx/85aa6103f6314cd81c1596299ddfc5cfd768e8aff93b310dba35df400ae7ff7c
I took this from another thread, he encountered a problem the exchange receiver only recognize one of them
eventhough possible why you want wasting txfee/bytes and possible problem (as stated above)
We're talking about Bitcoin Core here. The client side check means that the GUI of Bitcoin Core does not allow users to send multiple outputs to a certain address. It is totally possible for anyone to send thousands of outputs to the same address in the same transaction but it doesn't make sense.

You can do this by creating a raw transaction.

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