# Can you send bitcoin to the same address twice?

## What happens if you send bitcoin to same address twice?

Addresses can be used more than once to receive money. If you created two transactions that spend the same transaction outputs, there is no problem, because only one of them can confirm. If your transaction simply didn't get confirmed yet, there is little to no problem: Transactions either have confirmed or have not.

## Can you send bitcoin to the same address?

You can send bitcoins to the same address you are sending from, if you create a raw transaction manually, or if you use a wallet that does not create a new change address each time a transaction is made. One reason why this new address process exists is to protect privacy.

## Is it safe to reuse bitcoin address?

Although you don't have to generate a new receiving address for each transaction and can continue to use the same address, it is not recommended and not how bitcoin was designed to be used.. Reusing addresses is bad for anonymity, and some argue less secure than using a new address for each transaction.

## How many times can I use a Bitcoin wallet address?

You can create as many Bitcoin addresses as you want and use them any number of times. When other people send Bitcoin to this address, it goes straight into your wallet. It's not always instant.

## How many bitcoin addresses can I have?

To be accurate and theoretically correct the number of all possible addresses are 2^160 = 1461501637330902918203684832716283019655932542976 = 1.4615e+48. As bitcoin address basically is a 160-bit number (encoded in Base58).

## How many bitcoin addresses are possible?

To be accurate and theoretically correct the number of all possible addresses are 2^160 = 1461501637330902918203684832716283019655932542976 = 1.4615e+48. As bitcoin address basically is a 160-bit number (encoded in Base58).

## What happens if you send bitcoin to the wrong address?

If you mistakenly send Bitcoin or another cryptocurrency to a wrong address, whatever the reason, the cryptocurrency will remain in the receiving wallet until someone with control over the private keys or log in information of that wallet send the money out.

## Why do I have 2 bitcoin addresses?

We automatically generate a new address for you after every transaction you make or when funds are moved between your wallet and our storage system. This is done to protect your privacy, so that a third-party cannot view all other transactions associated with your account simply by using a blockchain explorer.

## Why do I have 2 Bitcoin addresses?

We automatically generate a new address for you after every transaction you make or when funds are moved between your wallet and our storage system. This is done to protect your privacy, so that a third-party cannot view all other transactions associated with your account simply by using a blockchain explorer.

## Is Bitcoin address and Bitcoin wallet the same?

An address is a Bitcoin public key to which transactions can be sent. A wallet is a collection of private keys that correspond to addresses.

## What happens if you send Bitcoin to a litecoin address?

No, do not send Litecoin to a Bitcoin address or Bitcoin to a Litecoin address you will loose your coin. You send Bitcoin to a Bitcoin address and Litecoin to a Litecoin address.

## How many addresses can you have with more than one Bitcoin?

Only About 2% of Addresses Hold 1 Bitcoin or More As you can see, there are 633,008 addresses that have at least 1 BTC (1.68 million coins in total), which is 2.18% of all addresses out there.

## How many addresses can a BTC wallet have?

Introduction. As long as Bitcoin uses the RIPEMD160 hash function, there are 2^160 Bitcoin addresses. It's such a ridiculous number that calling it 'astronomical' is an insult to its enormity.

## How many addresses can a Bitcoin wallet have?

To be accurate and theoretically correct the number of all possible addresses are 2^160 = 1461501637330902918203684832716283019655932542976 = 1.4615e+48. As bitcoin address basically is a 160-bit number (encoded in Base58).