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- 0.01088549 2.66038352 Bitcoin has been provided to any address for sending BTC.
- It was probably accidental.
- Blockstream suggests this could be a self-transfer, as no change was made
Someone apparently paid 2.66038352 bitcoins (over $ 47,000) to send a fun 0.01088549 BTC (or সময় 194.66 at the time of the transaction) to Fiji.
The transaction is hashed 3ba0c9eaf3185898164518cda7e3433d1d2049188d737f2b2a7e188aae88b4de, And identity transfers are unknown, because they throw away all this money with a fee.
In all likelihood, this was a common mistake, the result of a user setting the fee for a bitcoin transaction himself. This kind of thing has happened beforeThis past June someone made a more costly mistake, Dropping 6 6 2.6 million in fees to send 130 130 to ETH. It was the highest transaction fee of all time to transfer Ethereum.
Etherium was the previous candidate on the record This transaction, From February 2019, so that someone spends 4 450,000 on fees (those anonymous transfers) Later the mistake works with Sparkpool, Mining pool where they sent fees).
Since there has been no change from the Bitcoin transaction, Blockchain Explorer Blockstream has suggested that it could be self-transfer.
According to Bitinfocharts The average bitcoin transaction fee Only 0.00025 BTC, or 45 4.45. It is falling from ড 13 (the highest for the year) in October. In fact, by the end of October, a crypto whale was able to move more than that Billion 1 billion The price of BTC and an unknown address from Bitcoin wallet provider Xapo You only have to pay a fee of 3 For transfer.