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EnglishSay I have 1 Bitcoin Core that was formed through 10,50 and 100 txs. How much is the fee to send that 1 BTC in each case?

Give me a formula. Also how much does it affect if one tx came before from 2 previous txs. For example 0.01 that was sent to make 1 BTC was formed previously from 0.005 and 0.005 or it doesn't matter? Reply only, if you are familiar with UTXO.

bcoreiswhat 2 weeks ago
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  • Core
  • Txs
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Jamie 1 week ago
When the transaction is created, it spends the two UTXO referenced in the inputs. As the transaction is confirmed, every participant removes them from their UTXO database. However, the reference still exists in the blockchain as the outputs of the transactions that created those UTXOs. The transaction also creates two new UTXOs, the Recipient Output and the Change Output. Every participant in the network adds these two UTXO to their database. Let's say that the sender spends the money in the change output quickly thereafter, removing the change output from the UTXO database, but the recipient TXO remains unspent. In that case, (or any other where at least one of the two outputs remains unspent) the transaction would be counted in the "Total Transactions With Unspent Outpu
Jashim 6 days ago
As per as my knowledge goes, The transaction also creates two new UTXOs, the Recipient Output and the Change Output. Every participant in the network adds these two UTXO to their database. Let's say that the sender spends the money in the change output quickly thereafter, removing the change output from the UTXO database, but the recipient TXO remains unspent.
Prince 2 days ago
The fee would be 0.01
gaone 6 hours ago
Balance fees it won't change there, it's still the same quality for BTC 0.0001
Maan Ali 4 hours ago
To my knowledge, this event produces two new UTXOs, a receiver version and a different output. Each network participant adds these two UTXOs to its database. The sender must report that it will continue to consume the modified version and delete the modified version from the UTXO database, but the recipients will not have to act on the TXO.
Sujithra j 4 hours ago
Fees are unrelated to the amount transferred, so it's possible to send 100,000 bitcoins for the same fee it costs to send 1 bitcoin.
Sujithra j 4 hours ago
Fees are unrelated to the amount transferred, so it's possible to send 100,000 bitcoins for the same fee it costs to send 1 bitcoin.