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February 13, 2011, 04:26:25 AM
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Can I guarantee that txids will only ever occur once or twice in listtransactions? IIRC I cannot, right? (because you can split payments or something- not too clear on this).
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Every time a block is mined, a certain amount of BTC (called the subsidy) is created out of thin air and given to the miner. The subsidy halves every four years and will reach 0 in about 130 years.
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February 13, 2011, 04:40:22 AM
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It is possible to generate transactions that "fan out" to an arbitrary number of recipients.

They're non-standard transactions right now, so they won't be relayed or included in blocks.  But you should probably assume that they will be possible in the future (and a miner could, of course, include them in their own blocks now).

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February 13, 2011, 07:21:39 AM
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ok thanks.
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