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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 0.001 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 months ago
    Tags:
  • Bitcoin
  • Core
  • Txs
  • Inputs
  • Outputs
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austin 1 month ago
the fee will still depend on how much sat/byte you will pay it doesn't matter how many tx was done to get one btc.
Linn30 1 month ago
The fees will always depend on amount sent
tasty 1 month ago
The fees will always depend on amount sent
Pikachu 1 month ago
The fees will always depend on amount sent
suresh 1 month ago
The term UTXO refers to the amount of digital currency someone has left remaining after executing a cryptocurrency transaction such as bitcoin. The letters stand for unspent transaction output. Each bitcoin transaction begins with coins used to balance the ledger. UTXOs are processed continuously and are responsible for beginning and ending each transaction. Although confirmation of transaction results in the removal of spent coins from the UTXO database, a record of the spent coins still exists on the ledger.
A UTXO is the amount of digital currency remaining after a cryptocurrency transaction is executed.
UTXOs are processed continuously and are responsible for beginning and ending each transaction.
When a transaction is completed, any unspent outputs are deposited back into a database as inputs which can be used at a later date for a new transaction.
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Roland yankoty 1 month ago
The fees will always depend on amount sent
Laya Thomas 1 month ago
UTXOs are processed continuously and are responsible for beginning and ending each transaction.
When a transaction is completed, any unspent outputs are deposited back into a database as inputs which can be used at a later date for a new transaction. Hence, the amount will vary according to the amount send and as per the Bitcoin value
Saba 3 weeks ago
The fees will always depend on amount sent
Sanifer 1 week ago
The fees will always depend on amount sent
D 6 days ago
always depends on transaction amount
paolo 5 days ago
le commissioni dipendono dalla importo che vuoi inviare, ma ti consiglio di non ritirarlo in ogni caso