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September 18, 2014, 09:29:40 AM
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Hi,

I'm a bit lost. Is this possible to have many output addresses in generation transaction (coin base)? I mean, addresses which will receive the 25BTC award? Divided, so everybody will receive his/her part.

Edit: On reflection, I think it should be, after all it's almost "normal" transaction, isn't it? So it can have one input and many outputs, right?
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September 18, 2014, 10:39:22 AM
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Yes.
Some miners (mining pools) already do this.
E.g. block 000000000000000004d8ef64faef05c00036b016b55fcd735e771454547a7a08
coinbase tx https://blockchain.info/tx/183fc1072552753fdb405f9875b63677ceb6551488fbd6b2f8b8d82649991393
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September 18, 2014, 10:53:18 AM
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Yes.
Some miners (mining pools) already do this.
E.g. block 000000000000000004d8ef64faef05c00036b016b55fcd735e771454547a7a08
coinbase tx https://blockchain.info/tx/183fc1072552753fdb405f9875b63677ceb6551488fbd6b2f8b8d82649991393

Thanks!
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