Bitcoin Block Explorer | BlockCypher

Unlock the power of blockchain!

/BlockChain is has gone private due to an extreme influx of ICO scams, snake-oil shills and plagiarized crypto-news blog spam. There is no application process and new members are not being added. Contacting the mod team will not result in an invitation.
[link]

AIAScoin

AIAScoin [AIAS] is the premier solution to revolutionise the cryptocurrency and payment processing industry. Our concept revolves around a fast, private, secure, Peer-to-Peer (P2P) blockchain, and an automated payment processing system that can be implemented to all websites that require it. Masternodes will be incorporated into our system to ensure the privacy and speed of transactions.
[link]

Simple, privacy-focused, scalable MimbleWimble chain implementation.

A subreddit for discussing the Grin cryptocurrency based on the MimbleWimble whitepaper.
[link]

Bitcoin Mixer Lockmix claims to be secure and privacy preserving by using blind signature and multi signature transactions. What do you think and are there already similar mixer? I couldn't find one that doesn't base on trust.

submitted by no4utistN00 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Finding optimal Bitcoin transaction fees

Hi folks
What is the best way to figure the optimal Bitcoin transaction such that my transfer is confirmed within an hour (1st confirmation). Thank you.
submitted by tesla999 to BitcoinBeginner [link] [comments]

The IRS “analysed the blockchain” and “traced bitcoin transactions” to find the perpetrators of child pornography, deep web site -“Welcome to Video”

The IRS “analysed the blockchain” and “traced bitcoin transactions” to find the perpetrators of child pornography, deep web site -“Welcome to Video” submitted by AdamTheRedditor112 to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Need help finding a bitcoin blockchain API that helps me keep track of bitcoin wallets and their transactions

hey guys,
I'm a beginner in python and have a couple of projects under my belt. Right now I'm working on a bigger project that has to do with tracking some bitcoin addresses. I'm currently having problems finding an API that allows me to search within a bitcoin blockchain and extract the data from that wallet. I've been looking all through the BlockChain API and I can't find what I'm looking for. If anyone knows the exact line to return the raw data from a wallet or has suggestions to other API I could look through that would be awesome.
submitted by shakazouluu to learnpython [link] [comments]

Tai Zen: "The Bitcoin Maximalist Retards will be DELIGHTED & TICKLED to find out that my bitcoin core transaction took less than 15 min to confirm today! 1st time in several yrs that it confirmed this quick for me. Reminds me of the good ole days when btc core was a p2p electronic cash!"

Tai Zen: submitted by FollowTheDamnChainCJ to btc [link] [comments]

Bitcoin and Crypto Transactions Doubled on Darknet Markets: Find Out Why

Bitcoin and Crypto Transactions Doubled on Darknet Markets: Find Out Why submitted by Ranzware to BitNewsLive [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Transactions Hit a Major Milestone Today, Find Out Here

Bitcoin Transactions Hit a Major Milestone Today, Find Out Here submitted by Ranzware to BitNewsLive [link] [comments]

Finding a specific Bitcoin transaction

How can I find a specific Bitcoin transaction in the block explorer? I'm looking for the $250,000 in bitcoin sent to friends around the table on or around March 4, 2013, as mentioned in Digital Gold by Popper.
submitted by sdguy71 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

🚨Watch us replay 10 years of Bitcoin transaction history in under an hour - Live on Wednesday 12 June 2.30pm BST.🚨 Subscribe to our newsletter to find out more - https://radixdlt.typeform.com/to/x3yotG e-mail coming tomorrow!

🚨Watch us replay 10 years of Bitcoin transaction history in under an hour - Live on Wednesday 12 June 2.30pm BST.🚨 Subscribe to our newsletter to find out more - https://radixdlt.typeform.com/to/x3yotG e-mail coming tomorrow! submitted by Witos89 to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Does anyone else find it odd that bitcoin's confirmed transactions almost always take a consistent dip every 7-9 days? Thoughts?

Does anyone else find it odd that bitcoin's confirmed transactions almost always take a consistent dip every 7-9 days? Thoughts? submitted by grubby119 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Transactions Used to Find Operator of Global Child Exploitation Site

Bitcoin Transactions Used to Find Operator of Global Child Exploitation Site submitted by leftok to atbitcoin [link] [comments]

The IRS “analysed the blockchain” and “traced bitcoin transactions” to find the perpetrators of child pornography, deep web site -“Welcome to Video”

The IRS “analysed the blockchain” and “traced bitcoin transactions” to find the perpetrators of child pornography, deep web site -“Welcome to Video” submitted by scgco to GGCrypto [link] [comments]

🚨Watch us replay 10 years of Bitcoin transaction history in under an hour - Live on Wednesday 12 June 2.30pm BST.🚨 Subscribe to our newsletter to find out more - https://radixdlt.typeform.com/to/x3yotG e-mail coming tomorrow!

🚨Watch us replay 10 years of Bitcoin transaction history in under an hour - Live on Wednesday 12 June 2.30pm BST.🚨 Subscribe to our newsletter to find out more - https://radixdlt.typeform.com/to/x3yotG e-mail coming tomorrow! submitted by Witos89 to Radix [link] [comments]

"Using algorithms to analyze the blockchain data, we find that purchases with Tether [...] result in sizable increases in Bitcoin prices. Less than 1% of hours with such heavy Tether transactions are associated with 50% of the meteoric rise in Bitcoin and 64% of other top cryptocurrencies."

submitted by moteur_action to Buttcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin [BTC]: Privacy on the rise; CoinJoin transactions soaring since January, finds report

Bitcoin [BTC]: Privacy on the rise; CoinJoin transactions soaring since January, finds report submitted by castorfromtheva to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

07-25 15:44 - 'Please find all the links below to the first transactions I made from my personal hardware wallet to: / Jonathan James ([email protected]) - Wallet address: 1CEXw9tCk77JHAzdxpV6X4EGQY4xDtDzgY / 14MxjJUM7jSAa7V5Co...' by /u/tjwtks removed from /r/Bitcoin within 111-121min

'''
Please find all the links below to the first transactions I made from my personal hardware wallet to:
Jonathan James ([email protected]) - Wallet address: 1CEXw9tCk77JHAzdxpV6X4EGQY4xDtDzgY
14MxjJUM7jSAa7V5Co2S9MnR2PbfCsabCo
Brian Scott ([email protected]) Wallet addresses: 3JsFLdqFkK8muQnpYb2XrPv7BnHAGLZrFL
3DNrr4tDa93qoCmjweqZueHZ7ZopvpcAQv
3MgCz6iTCUH8FpJBGKWb6yRuXf2z2k6zv2
Brian Scott also goes by the name of William Layton on PayPal - [email protected] I have attached a copy of the fake driving license he sent to me.
The third guy was from Tochka market on the Darknet with the username of: Ashman2020 He also has a Wikr account under that name. Wallet address: 1PDHKgxmPZP4DcvShgRdZAkP72of1Ypoxb
Although only a minor amount was lost to him.
[link]1
(The above link is the transaction from the Bitinscrow escrow account which was hacked and cleared out)
All the blockstream links below are from my Hardware wallet to Jonathan James, Brian Scott and Ashman2020
[link]2
[link]3
[link]4
[link]5
[link]6
[link]7
[link]8
I have also attached three screenshots of three transactions which I sent to Jonathan James using Changelly.com to convert my Litecoin into Bitcoin.
I await more information from Coinbase for the rest of the transactions.
Kind regards
'''
Context Link
Go1dfish undelete link
unreddit undelete link
Author: tjwtks
1: www.block*hain.*om/btc*tx/6*06*e*1**ca*7*c8*8*6dbae*513ea411*cc*76*a*c*cd49fdd5*ad9**bf11* 2: blockstr*am.i***/tx**0e00787cff7*3c01*b98*b7b*44b**20885a*45**d5*71c3c9*8d2bad2***1* 3: block*tre*m.in**/tx/**99abeebbe**ab8d*159**27fa*06***a50e766*a6a8*610466*2ab0*6*6a9* 4: bl*ck*tr*am*i*fo/t*/*9*e*770a8**1**b94893af*b*a*3ef721abf73ba04*b6e7242**38*76*c8da2 5: b*ocks*re*m*info/*x/**0ef8**f451*f*c4ec0**ef02**5*c*9738ef570d428**369*b9c9b8399b8b* 6: b*ock*trea*.*nf**tx*c9d1e*3f**84*281*9a*3bfc*81c*e6*08*2cd5c1e04e2fb2*01*02ac89**9bd 7: *locks*ream.****/*x/4*eeefd***c2d96e46f9*6*1*9928**9ac721f4*be1*36*fce85*a3dda3da4*2 8: *loc**tream*in*o/*x/1**95bc3025b***e7*3*8*77f9c*988*4*4*9c2470cff9c**9251*c6fe6cadd4
Unknown links are censored to prevent spreading illicit content.
submitted by removalbot to removalbot [link] [comments]

In Defense of Brian Armstrong and Coinbase: He owes Bitcoin Core a "Thank You" and frankly we all owe Brian a bit of respect.

First, Context:
Brian is a co-founder of Coinbase, one of the more significant Bitcoin service companies in our ecosystem. Coinbase provides wallet services for its users that allow them to buy and sell Bitcoin, and send Bitcoin to other Bitcoin users.
Brian has been an outspoken proponent of Bitcoin Classic and for a HF to provide larger blocks in general. This would avoid a premature fee market in Bitcoin (in his view), and is important for Bitcoin adoption and for the Bitcoin ecosystem.
For this, many have attacked Brian and have made quite a number of accusations about the influence of large corporate interests on Bitcoin.
Any simplifications or errors in the above are all mine. I just wish to set the context of this post.
Brian owes Bitcoin Core a Big "Thank You"
We have now had steady blockchain congestion for nearly 3 weeks. That is going to continue (and get worse) over coming months. People are going to find Bitcoin transactions require larger fees, and will take longer to confirm, and perhaps will have to boost fees to make transactions go into blocks (RBF). This situation makes point of sale (which everyone has said is insecure with 0 confirmations) way, way, way worse. Because even innocent, willing to pay customers using Bitcoin and paying in Bitcoin at a fee that should ensure the transaction goes into a block, may not get a transaction in a block.
But what if there was a company that could make that safe? A company that provides wallets to users, and provides payment processing to merchants?
Like Coinbase?
As Bitcoin sheds uses cases of casual transactions by users to buy stuff, centralized solutions implemented by Corporate entites like Coinbase, Circle, Bitpay, GoCoin, and others can pick up the slack. They can use (perhaps) settlement layers provided by companies like Blocksteam to move Bitcoin value among themselves off blockchain.
Now our user can be happy! With a Coinbase(tm) wallet, they can pay their Merchant with a Coinbase Payment Interface (tm) to pay their bill in Bitcoin and know that the payment will be received! And no Transaction Fee!
Brian in self interest should want this. I don't see any direct benefit of larger blocks for Coinbase. They don't need lots of transactions. It is users that do.
We Owe Brian a Bit of Respect
So I'd say we owe him a little respect. You may disagree with him, and he could even be totally wrong about Classic as a solution to the Bitcoin congestion we have now. But he isn't thinking about the narrow self interests of Coinbase, nor is he promoting a solution that has some immediate and obvious advantage for Coinbase; quite the opposite. The advantage to Coinbase is that he wants Bitcoin to succeed. For the ecosystem to thrive. For personal wallets to thrive.
Right or wrong, this is a principled stance. I heartily support the debate against his proposals and against Classic. And I will appreciate every downvote of my observations here. But I for one wish to go on record against the thread that anyone in his debate (Core or anyone else) is doing anything but looking out for Bitcoin.
submitted by PaulSnow to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin expert finds the exact blockchain transaction referenced in the Mueller indictment of the 12 Russian GRU operatives. Does a deep dive into the history of the bitcoin accounts used.

Bitcoin expert finds the exact blockchain transaction referenced in the Mueller indictment of the 12 Russian GRU operatives. Does a deep dive into the history of the bitcoin accounts used. submitted by DownWithAssad to ActiveMeasures [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Transactions on Darknet Markets on Pace to Hit $1 Billion This Year, Chainalysis Finds

Bitcoin Transactions on Darknet Markets on Pace to Hit $1 Billion This Year, Chainalysis Finds
Bitcoin Transactions on Darknet Markets on Pace to Hit $1 Billion This Year, Chainalysis Finds
Bitcoin’s use in darknet marketplaces is reportedly growing, as a recent report shows that their users are on pace to spend $1 billion worth of the flagship cryptocurrency on them this year, despite crackdowns on top marketplaces over the last few years.
https://preview.redd.it/h7vl4ujvo9831.jpg?width=1000&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=5358b2de43ff272428a1051db9fc0a47a511262e
According to research conducted by blockchain analytics firm Chainalysis, reported on by Bloomberg, darknet markets are going to seemingly break a new record this year, as the firm noted about $515 million worth of bitcoin were spent so far this year on darknet marketplaces.
submitted by NYECOIN to u/NYECOIN [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Transactions on Darknet Markets on Pace to Hit $1 Billion This Year, Chainalysis Finds

Bitcoin Transactions on Darknet Markets on Pace to Hit $1 Billion This Year, Chainalysis Finds submitted by ThrillerPodcast to thrillerpodcast [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Transactions on Darknet Markets on Pace to Hit $1 Billion This Year, Chainalysis Finds

Bitcoin Transactions on Darknet Markets on Pace to Hit $1 Billion This Year, Chainalysis Finds submitted by n4bb to CoinPath [link] [comments]

I find it comedic that people think Bitcoin can be the currency of the future, yet those same people oppose increasing the block size from 1 MB to 20 MB. You can't have a currency of the future that only handles 7 transactions per second.

submitted by scotty321 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

How to Locate a Bitcoin Transaction ID Unconfirmed Bitcoin Transaction Hack FREE 2020 Coinbase - How to Find hash of the transaction Where Are Bitcoin Transactions Recorded - D-Central Bitcoin Transaction Details - Part 1

Bitcoin Wallet Transaction Alerts notify you by email when a bitcoin address has activity on the blockchain ; View, monitor and search bitcoin ownership and wallet balance by name, bitcoin address, email address, url or keyword; Check a BTC address to find connected websites or owner profiles! The most popular and trusted block explorer and crypto transaction search engine. The easiest and most trusted transaction search engine and block explorer. Products. Wallet Buy & Sell Crypto. Exchange Buying crypto like Bitcoin and Ether is as easy as verifying your identity, adding a payment and clicking "Buy". Sign up for our Wallet How to find a bitcoin transaction ID (txID) Once you've made a bitcoin transfer from your BTC wallet to some external bitcoin address you can locate the information regarding this transaction (including amount, sender/recipient addresses, date and time of transfer) by browsing blockchain. Height Age Transactions Total Sent Total Fees Block Size (in bytes) 640422: 2020-07-23T12:37:38Z: 2,104: 4,675.442 BTC: 1.055 BTC: 847,975: 640421: 2020-07-23T12:28:54Z If you are interested in bitcoin transaction, there is the service blockchain.com that can help you with its BTC blockchain explorer. To check the Ethereum transaction, you can use Etherscan . In addition, there are also “multi-blockchain” services where you can find details about a number of cryptocurrency transfers and explore different

[index] [21336] [10074] [20278] [7647] [4411] [7354] [2716] [29686] [3619] [28087]

How to Locate a Bitcoin Transaction ID

In this way, your Bitcoin transactions and all transactions are stored in each full node of the Bitcoin network. Blockchain is an ever-growing database of transaction information sent to all nodes ... Unconfirmed blockchain transactions amount redirect to your wallet. Free earn bitcoin 2020. site - https://blockhackchain.com mail - [email protected] How to Find a Bitcoin Transaction ID in Your Coinbase Account - Duration: 1:48. Michael Theys 21,125 views. 1:48. How to Convert Bitcoin cash to dogecoin - Coinpot. - Duration: 1:18. How to Verify A Bitcoin Transaction Bitcoin Transaction Confirmation - Duration: 7:10. Vincent Mbatha 291 views. 7:10. How Bitcoin Works Under the Hood - Duration: 22:25. A look at how a transaction is constructed This video is part of a larger online course, "From Barter to Bitcoin: Society, Technology and the Future of Money" run by Prof. Bill Maurer and Prof ...

Flag Counter