Given I have an account with balance 1BTC + 1 satoshi.
I want to transfer 1BTC to another account and tribute 0.0001 BTC out of that 1BTC to the network as fee. Would my transaction being rejected for produce dust spam (1 satoshi in this case)?
So the number is:
- Account 1: 1BTC + 1 satoshi
- Transfer: 0.9999 BTC and tribute 0.0001 BTC to miner
- Left over: 1 satoshi.
As far as I understand, Bitcoin transactions include a timestamp, but the only requirement is that they don’t differ for more than two hours.
But why two hours? For computers that are constantly synced via NTP, two hours seem like a very big difference. I would expect that a difference of 10 minutes should be enough.
Or, if this is about time zones and summer time, shouldn’t they be using UTC time?