What is the address of the sender in this transaction:0x5edb69874d0900d8857468fbe53715cc1a58137709b8b70e46299bf10983dc09

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Mar 31 in Blockchain by Dinesh
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Hey, @Dinesh,

Each transaction can have multiple inputs and thus can have multiple senders. 

  1. grab the txid and the vout
  2. do bitcoin-cli getrawtransaction <txid> 1
  3. find the output of this new tx where the value n is equal to the vout of our original tx
  4. 4.go to the scriptPubKey section and check the hex or addresses field - that's the sender (in hex pubkey script or address form)

I hope if you follow this you will get the sender.

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