An address is a string of alphanumeric characters which identifies a bitcoin wallet. Users can use addresses to send and receive cryptocurrency. Addresses are usually identifiers...
Tested with Python 2.6, pbkdf2_rmd v0.1 (Python module), pywallet V1.1
Longer addresses will definitely inhibit the adoption of bitcoin by the public and should be high on the list of things to avoid.
The strange thing is that when I look up information on the transaction on blockchain.info I see that additional BTC are send to a third address.
To use Bitcoin, user generally needs two things: Private Key and Bitcoin Address.
Earlier Bitcoin Wallet used to be a bunch of private keys. In order to use new address, user had to generate new private key which made...
I am trying to parse all transactions. I found that some transactions do not have addresses in their vout.
I've always had this small doubt that those seed words I wrote down and encrypted might have a typo.
It seems that electrumx stores scripthash, but I want to get all the wallet addresses.