It is not necessary to destroy entire networks or every dollar interchange, indeed so long as there are two rogue entities running the software it will probably continue to exist but this does not matter. It suffices to simply shut off the traditional banking on-ramps and off-ramps to make it difficult to gamble on, unprofitable to mine and economics will take care of the rest of the destruction without any heavy-handed efforts by lawmakers at all.
Attribute Type Description block_height integer Height of the block that contains this transaction. hash string The hash of the transaction. total integer The total number of satoshis exchanged in this transaction. fees integer The total number of fees---in satoshis---collected by miners in this transaction. size integer The size of the transaction in bytes. vsize integer The virtual size of the transaction in bytes. addresses array[string] Array of bitcoin public addresses involved in the transaction. If this is an unconfirmed transaction, it will equal -1. relayed_by string Address of the peer that sent BlockCypher's servers this transaction. preference string The likelihood that this transaction will make it to the next block; reflects the preference level miners have to include this transaction. received time Time this transaction was received by BlockCypher's servers. Can be high, medium or low. ver integer Version number, typically 1 for Bitcoin transactions. double_spend bool true if this is an attempted double spend; false otherwise. While reasonably unique, using hashes as identifiers may be unsafe. lock_time integer Time when transaction can be valid. vin_sz integer Total number of inputs in the transaction. confirmations integer Number of subsequent blocks, including the block the transaction is in. vout_sz integer Total number of outputs in the transaction. outputs array[TXOutput] TXOutput Array, limited to 20 by default. opt_in_rbf bool Optional Returns true if this transaction has opted in to Replace-By-Fee (RBF), either true or not present. You can read more about Opt-In RBF here. Can be interpreted in two ways: if less than 500 million, refers to block height. For more information, check the section on Confidence Factor. inputs array[TXInput] TXInput Array, crypto limited to 20 by default. confirmed time Optional Time at which transaction was included in a block; only present for cryptocurrency confirmed transactions. If more, refers to Unix epoch time. confidence float Optional The percentage chance this transaction will not be double-spent against, if unconfirmed. If not set, crypto defaults to the address from which the coins were originally sent. block_index integer Optional Canonical, zero-indexed location of this transaction in a block; only present for confirmed transactions. change_address string Optional Address BlockCypher will use to send back your change, if you constructed this transaction. double_of string Optional If this transaction is a double-spend (i.e. receive_count integer Optional Number of peers that have sent this transaction to BlockCypher; only present for unconfirmed transactions. Data protocols currently detected: blockchainid ; openassets ; factom ; colu ; coinspark ; omni hex string Optional Hex-encoded bytes of the transaction, as sent over the network. data_protocol string Optional Returned if this transaction contains an OP_RETURN associated with a known data protocol. block_hash string Optional Hash of the block that contains this transaction; only present for confirmed transactions. Unconfirmed transactions have 0 confirmations. next_outputs url Optional If there are more transaction outputs that couldn't fit into the TXOutput array, this is the BlockCypher URL to query the next set of TXOutputs(within a TX object). double_spend == true ) then this is the hash of the transaction it's double-spending. next_inputs url Optional If there are more transaction inptus that couldn't fit into the TXInput array, this is the BlockCypher URL to query the next set of TXInputs (within a TX object).
If you own an asset for BNB more than 12 months, you’ll likely be entitled to receive a CGT discount . The discount percentage is 50% for individuals and trusts and 33.33% for complying super funds . However, BNB the CGT discount does not apply to companies (aside from eligible life insurance companies). To see how to apply the CGT discount, take a look at the second example in the Scenarios section in this guide.
team is doing things a bit differently, as they do not provide CNY support at this time. It is not easy to launch a new exchange, especially in China. Every time a new cryptocurrency exchange launches and starts to make a name for itself, users need to be wary of the potential dangers. Instead, all of their markets revolve around the trading of digital assets and cryptocurrencies, which should keep them out of most regulatory troubles for now.
To help facilitate automated testing in your applications, BNB a faucet endpoint is available on BlockCypher's Test Chain. Calling the faucet endpoint, along with passing a valid address, will automatically create---and propagate---a new transaction funding the address with the amount you provide.