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Also take tx b43a7ac21e1b60ad748ec905d6e03cf3165e5d8c9e1c61c263d328118c42eaa6 as an example. We calculate H( H(prefix) || H(base) || H(prunable) ) for TXID. Actually, we can divide the transaction into 3 parts perfectly without removing any bit. The first part prefix should be L = "...


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Where are you getting your information about the structure of a transaction? You forgot to include the hex 0001020005, which consists of the unlock time 00, the number of real inputs in the transaction 01, the input type of the first real input 02, the input amount 00 (0 to indicate it's an encrypted amount), and 05 indicating the number of key offsets that ...


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Consult to the Varint description and transform from decimal to variant format for key offsets and transaction fee. [1.] What is the format of key offsets? 799048 -> c8e230 782511 -> afe12f 1197717-> 958d49 216704 -> 809d0d 841722 -> faaf33 So the key offsets should be c8e230afe12f958d49809d0dfaaf33 [2.] What is the format of transaction fee? Same as [...


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Firstly, the market price of Monero in EUR has little bearing on any of this. Secondly, mined or transferred? The question is not clear. Regardless... There is no cap on the value amount you can transfer (so long as you obviously own that amount) and the amount of Monero that can be mined is dictated by the emission schedule. However, when considering ...


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