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July 20, 2020, 02:57:30 AM
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We used to know crypto is very much convenient mean to transfer money one place to another. We can do the tx within seconds. I would like to see who is using this convenient method to transfer money and how much are they transferring at once. If you know any of biggest transaction, list of biggest transactions, please share here. Institutional txs should not be counted I think, like exchange internal tx or other services tx.




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July 20, 2020, 03:31:54 AM
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Institutional txs should not be counted I think, like exchange internal tx or other services tx.

well there isn't that many ways to know "who" is sending the transactions and "who" is receiving them unless either party discloses their identity like exchanges publicly announcing their wallet addresses. other than that you simply hop over to a block explorer that lets you sort transactions based on their output amount value and you'll get what the biggest one was:
based on bitcoin: https://blockchair.com/bitcoin/transactions?s=output_total(desc)#
based on USD: https://blockchair.com/bitcoin/transactions?s=output_total_usd(desc)#

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July 20, 2020, 03:40:18 AM
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If you know any of biggest transaction, list of biggest transactions, please share here.

This is the biggest transaction ever made in bitcoin network (in USD)

https://blockchair.com/bitcoin/transaction/4410c8d14ff9f87ceeed1d65cb58e7c7b2422b2d7529afc675208ce2ce09ed7d
1,000,220,000.00 USD transacted and 691 in fees (more than 90 inputs)



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July 20, 2020, 03:44:34 AM
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well there isn't that many ways to know "who" is sending the transactions and "who" is receiving them unless either party discloses their identity like exchanges publicly announcing their wallet addresses. other than that you simply hop over to a block explorer that lets you sort transactions based on their output amount value and you'll get what the biggest one was:
based on bitcoin: https://blockchair.com/bitcoin/transactions?s=output_total(desc)#
based on USD: https://blockchair.com/bitcoin/transactions?s=output_total_usd(desc)#
I thought most of the exchanges disclose their addresses public. Although due to the nature of bitcoin, it is not possible to identify a personal tx and institutional tx, thank you for sharing these links.




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July 20, 2020, 03:56:51 AM
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If you know any of biggest transaction, list of biggest transactions, please share here.

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Damn, this is really a massive transaction I have ever seen. I wonder what they were doing with this transaction. Is this an exchange transaction ? or was it a big move from the whales and big investors ? Any clue about this ?

My biggest transaction was about 8 bitcoin. I sold them all in order to buy some stuffs in my real life. It was 2017 and 8 bitcoin was about $140000 by that time. I really miss those old days. 
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July 20, 2020, 03:59:12 AM
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well there isn't that many ways to know "who" is sending the transactions and "who" is receiving them unless either party discloses their identity like exchanges publicly announcing their wallet addresses. other than that you simply hop over to a block explorer that lets you sort transactions based on their output amount value and you'll get what the biggest one was:
based on bitcoin: https://blockchair.com/bitcoin/transactions?s=output_total(desc)#
based on USD: https://blockchair.com/bitcoin/transactions?s=output_total_usd(desc)#
I thought most of the exchanges disclose their addresses public. Although due to the nature of bitcoin, it is not possible to identify a personal tx and institutional tx, thank you for sharing these links.

they do, but not all the exchanges some are more secretive and i don't think they disclose all their wallet addresses even though it may be possible to figure them out with some blockchain analysis.

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July 20, 2020, 04:29:22 AM
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If you know any of biggest transaction, list of biggest transactions, please share here.

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Damn, this is really a massive transaction I have ever seen. I wonder what they were doing with this transaction. Is this an exchange transaction ? or was it a big move from the whales and big investors ? Any clue about this ?

My biggest transaction was about 8 bitcoin. I sold them all in order to buy some stuffs in my real life. It was 2017 and 8 bitcoin was about $140000 by that time. I really miss those old days. 

That's a good thing for you.

I remember the days when I made my first huge transaction with bitcoin, it was also in 2017 when the price of a bitcoin is $19000. I'm so confident that time that's why I never hesitated to make a transaction and I miss the feeling of satisfaction when that happened. I almost sold half of my asset just to build and invest on my business right now.

That transaction really made me grow more, if that didn't happen, I will not have my businesses right now.

That's the reason why I trust bitcoin so much.
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Damn, this is really a massive transaction I have ever seen. I wonder what they were doing with this transaction. Is this an exchange transaction ? or was it a big move from the whales and big investors ? Any clue about this ?

This is a Bitfinex transaction. You can read more about this transaction here:
https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitfinex-made-a-11-billion-btc-transaction-for-only-068

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Beating the record for highest BTC transaction
This officially makes Bitfinex’s transaction the largest one in BTC in history in terms of the dollar amount. The last time over a billion dollars in BTC was moved was on September 6, 2019 when transaction records show 94,504 BTC — $1.018 billion at the time — was transferred for a $700 fee.



The largest Bitcoin transaction in BTC was this one
It was 500,000 BTC, worth 1.32 million at that time (2011).


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My biggest transaction was about X bitcoin. I sold them all in order to buy some stuffs in my real life. It was 2017 and 8 bitcoin was about $140000 by that time. I really miss those old days.  

Personally, I think you should avoid to explicit mentioning such high cryptocurrency amount. For privacy and security reasons, as someone with bad intention may target you.

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July 20, 2020, 03:42:57 PM
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...snip..
Do you mean in Bitcoin or all cryptocurrencies? Well, so far I never checked it because I don't know what's for I need to do But, after reading this thread and reading some replies here, I'm such curious, too.

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With this big amount of the transaction, I directly see the transaction fees. OMG, it is so high, till more than 691 USD.
This is a very wow amount for me. However, we do not need to know deeper for what they transfer the BTC or USD in that high amount, for what transaction.

IS all transaction able to detect? Or is there any ways to hide the tx or make it secret?

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With this big amount of the transaction, I directly see the transaction fees. OMG, it is so high, till more than 691 USD.
This is a very wow amount for me. However, we do not need to know deeper for what they transfer the BTC or USD in that high amount, for what transaction.

IS all transaction able to detect? Or is there any ways to hide the tx or make it secret?
Bitcoin blockchain is open, transparent, immutable and infungible. There are no exceptions and no privileges. There is no way to hide  your transaction. You can try to mix it, but it is really hard to mix 1billion usd.

700 USD was the fee because he used 90+ inputs. He could have used a lower fee per byte, but if you are holding 1 billion usd, 700 usd is literally nothing.

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Beating the record for highest BTC transaction
This officially makes Bitfinex’s transaction the largest one in BTC in history in terms of the dollar amount. The last time over a billion dollars in BTC was moved was on September 6, 2019 when transaction records show 94,504 BTC — $1.018 billion at the time — was transferred for a $700 fee.
This could be the biggest move last year. I'm thinking if the $700 fee was the highest option they've got or they did just stick to a lowest fee, I imagine bitfinex in rush spending $2000 for the fee.
 


The largest Bitcoin transaction in BTC was this one
It was 500,000 BTC, worth 1.32 million at that time (2011).
This was the biggest at that time, and would still be the biggest by now, if this is going to be transferred now the fee could reach to $5000, biggest transaction comes the biggest fee not mentioning the careless guy who transferred $134 for @2.5 million fee, the most epic lol.

My biggest transaction was about X bitcoin. I sold them all in order to buy some stuffs in my real life. It was 2017 and 8 bitcoin was about $140000 by that time. I really miss those old days.  (quoted)


Personally, I think you should avoid to explicit mentioning such high cryptocurrency amount. For privacy and security reasons, as someone with bad intention may target you.
I agree, some people in here are watching you should be careful what you are saying, if someone gets to read it and has a bad intention he'll probably looking for your email, telegram and phone number now.

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I don't really understand what you're trying to ask here.  I would make the OP a little more clear.  It's going to take a little more time for LN and other things to work themselves out, but as for being annoyed about bitcoin, just keep in my altcoins might have faster /cheaper transaction but they don't have the scale on the chain bitcoin does.

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