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March 07, 2011, 06:36:48 PM
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I've been looking through block explorer but im still a little fuzzy on some of the terms and structure

Is there anyway /anywhere i can get a simple list of transactions with just the data of sender/receiver/amount?




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March 07, 2011, 06:42:41 PM
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Is there anyway /anywhere i can get a simple list of transactions with just the data of sender/receiver/amount?

In bitcoin, one only knows (a) input addresses, (b) output addresses, and (c) amount.  That tells you send, receiver and amount.

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March 07, 2011, 11:15:11 PM
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In bitcoin, one only knows (a) input addresses, (b) output addresses, and (c) amount.  That tells you send, receiver and amount.

I think you misunderstood his question.

I've been looking through block explorer but im still a little fuzzy on some of the terms and structure

Is there anyway /anywhere i can get a simple list of transactions with just the data of sender/receiver/amount?

Unfortunately I don't know the answer either, try the wiki pages.

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March 08, 2011, 01:34:05 AM
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I've been looking through block explorer but im still a little fuzzy on some of the terms and structure

Is there anyway /anywhere i can get a simple list of transactions with just the data of sender/receiver/amount?

The blockchain?
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March 08, 2011, 06:15:05 PM
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in blockexploere (lets use block 112748 for an example)

Transaction?   Fee?   Size (kB)?   From (amount)?   To (amount)?
e264fe6786...   0   0.134   
Generation: 50 + 0 total fees
1EAx4BCcLoamaA6arzSRWc3owxUgd8pgSe: 50
13c904a391...   0   0.439   
14TPa8VJNJRz7WAwEb4J1Z8hGW4yg6SgBf: 178.52
15ZzgR8tcYQFQRN6YN2yFZ54WsxFm6fhW7: 110.48
129pQkBMEJQE8y8yYKEPHYMWDmYAX8H24H: 136.7
1398JQgvdZrpzLBMUg7wopQgGNGRy9eLqj: 152.3
2438dc6c4c...   0   0.258   
1LEWSLH77MGjt8bHdT2r93cR311AVK14JZ: 0.12
15E7pJwiJnNAZDPeGnw6i2jB2SMCKcUiar: 0.09
1CtNGMTrzraQuQhvcR33haTw2Erg2tWF5M: 0.03


1) i dont understand how there can be more than one transaction per line
2) i dont understand why each sender and reciever have seperate amounts ( I know they equal the same amount )

but in one of these transaction on guy sends 12 cents that shows up as two transactions of 9 and 3 cents
in another two guys send to two diffrent guys


im not sure why its not

trans number , from address, to address, amount

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March 08, 2011, 06:29:49 PM
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Whenever any coins at an address are used they must all be used. Since you want to be able to send any amount this is handled by sending some of the coins to your intended recipient and some back to a new address of your own. This would mean 1 input and two outputs. But sometimes you don't have enough to make the payment with just one of your addresses so you have to combine 2 or more inputs to make the payment. So really any transaction can have any number of inputs and outputs, but usually only 2 outputs. I think making >2 outputs easier is the goal of the recently implemented sendmany function.

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March 11, 2011, 07:44:31 PM
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Im not sure i follow


say i have 5 cents and i want to give you 1 cent

i would pay you 1 cent and then pay myself 4 cents


is that accurate?

I still don't get the multiple inputs. wouldnt that just be two transactions?

how can you pay someone with two accounts at the same time anyway?
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March 11, 2011, 08:23:03 PM
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Im not sure i follow


say i have 5 cents and i want to give you 1 cent

i would pay you 1 cent and then pay myself 4 cents


is that accurate?

That's right. If you received 5 cents in transaction previously then you have 5 cents in one address and it will get split. If you previously received a 1 cents transaction as part of your 5 cents then you will just send that and not any change.



I still don't get the multiple inputs. wouldnt that just be two transactions?

how can you pay someone with two accounts at the same time anyway?

You could make payment in two separate transactions, but why? The software handles it all. You just tell where to pay and how much and it's all taken care of.

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June 15, 2011, 06:02:13 AM
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im trying to make a map of whos paying who

Optionaly i would like to weight it with how much for each transaction (by color or something)


for example if i give you .05 bitcoin


it should be (at least i would think)

transaction # , from, to, amount

12141213412 , crash893(23423432t3413), freemoney(@!#$@%!@EHGEGSW),.05


(i know that username dont show up)


So on and so forth


but it seems like


12343152,crash893, freemoney,.13
14252123,freemoney,crash893,.8


is that wrong?
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