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December 03, 2017, 02:43:52 AM
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This is the mean  scrip:  76a9144026d45ea5e8a33e17ee79b862c2e8c1d065ec8d88ak

I find it on mytransaction but I don't understand it , Is there a way to find it? Please help me.
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December 03, 2017, 03:40:45 AM
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This is the mean  scrip:  76a9144026d45ea5e8a33e17ee79b862c2e8c1d065ec8d88ak

I find it on mytransaction but I don't understand it , Is there a way to find it? Please help me.
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December 03, 2017, 03:57:59 AM
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In transaction have : scrip : 76a9144026d45ea5e8a33e17ee79b862c2e8c1d065ec8d88ac  I do not understand what it is?
Who can check me out nos is base 64 or private or something else !!!!!!!!!!!
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December 03, 2017, 07:56:42 AM
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this ?

Code:
   76: OP_DUP
    A9: OP_HASH160
    14: OP_Data14 (= decimal 20)
        4026D45EA5E8A33E:17EE79B862C2E8C1
        D065EC8D
    88: OP_EQUALVERIFY
    AC: OP_CHECKSIG
  This is a P2PKH script:
   4026D45EA5E8A33E17EE79B862C2E8C1D065EC8D

which is base58 encoded: 16rCmCmbuWDhPjWTrpQGaU3EPdZF7MTdUk

which points to an address with 100.000s of bitcoins, which probably belong to an exchange...
btw: you may want to remove the "!", this looks offending.
Also it would be better to provide the transaction ID, then people can better help out.
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December 03, 2017, 04:14:50 PM
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id     : 0f00a4718228d0e7338695a96dba43dcf371cbe37d315395c8d60e516f5e5235
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December 03, 2017, 09:35:36 PM
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not sure if this is going to be a comedy (or a hoax?) Grin

@honadu:
you are a new member in the forum, and your question is way too short, and also lacks a "common sense" of information.
Your last link with the tx ID is invaluable information, cause this tx happened 8 years ago as a coinbase tx. It's output is a public key, which transforms to this address: 12bAezJkUhUxUDVZUypN9HP7obfWm58hSw - definitely something else than your first post.

You might want to step back, rethink what you want to ask, and if english is not your native language (neither it is mine), take someone to give you a helping hand and try to rephrase precisely, what you need.
This would start with what you have (equipment/software), what you have done (sent tx and dates), and what you are looking for (probably some funds).
This would make it easy for us to help.
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