How to send Bitcoin from one addresss to another using nodejs

which api i can use to tranfer BTC from one address to another. I have knowledge about bitcoin-transaction api but it does not allow to setup fees. We have try this api but it cost too much high for micro transactions.

If there is any option to setup fees i would prefer it because it not complex compared to others.

Bitcoin Transaction using API with Custom Fees

I want to transfer Bitcoin from one individual address to another using API. But I want to set Transaction fees as per my requirement. So How can I do it ?

Right now I am using blockchain-transaction – npm api for transfer bitcoin from one address to another. So please shade some lights on this.

var bitcoinTransaction = require('bitcoin-transaction');
//Send all my money from wallet1 to wallet2 on the bitcoin testnet
var from = "mm3gdVh8n6YtcNyaTKYkveB6yTME7aDWNJ";
var to = "mgPUfqJk4X6gE4P5Do5RfpkTFsYmsSjCya";
var privKeyWIF = "cNZi8iySqBToXMpcsQaHKD5uv7HExBQJBSi4dTg3ZPaEzeNAzvbj";    //Private key in WIF form (Can generate this from bitcoinlib-js)
bitcoinTransaction.getBalance(from, { network: "testnet" }).then((balanceInBTC) => {
    return bitcoinTransaction.sendTransaction({
from: from,
to: to,
privKeyWIF: privKeyWIF,
btc: balanceInBTC,
network: "testnet"

Why is the probability of finding a winning nonce exactly the same for a new header and a header where you’ve already tried 1 billion nonces?

I’m referring to this question: When do miners stop waiting for new transactions?

More specifically, this statement from the top answer:

“suppose you have a block header h1 on which you have already tried a billion nonce values, and a header h2 which has just been generated and on which no nonces have been tried yet. If you have the choice as to which one to hash next, which should you choose, for the greatest chance of finding a winning nonce? The answer is, it makes no difference – they both have exactly the same probability. So there is no harm in switching to h2”

I would have thought that the probability would be slightly higher for the first block (h1) as there are 1 billion nonces that you know do not succeed, i.e. fewer winning possibilities.

Complete newbie here and to the bitcoin world so apologies if I’m missing something obvious.

Debugging Bitcoin Unit Tests

I am running the unit tests from bitcoin source using make check, and would like to debug the tests using LogPrint in the bitcoin source files. I read in the Test Docs that logs are only output to test_framework.log, but I’m unable to locate this file. Where should I be able to find it? Or perhaps there is a better approach?

How single usage of bitcoin address is resistant to quantum computing _and_ replace-by-fee?

It is often said that if a bitcoin user uses addresses only once, then quantum computer cannot compromise their security since the public key is revealed only when the money are actually spent.

But how come an attacker could not detect a transaction, reverse the public key and forge a transaction from the same address with a higher fee before the first transaction is mined?

encode/decode Base-58 C++

I have built a base-58 encoder using this formula:

Is there a smarter way to encode/decode with base-58?

I read somewhere that you need a bignum library which I use Boost for.

My goal is to convert between these two:


Which so easily this website do:

I know bitcoin source code have a base-58 encoder/decoder, but I do not know how to implement it successfully.