To be easier, we can regard OP_RETURN as a memo function, which can permanently write data into the Bitcoin network; Currently OP_RETURN supports up to 80 bytes of data; punctuation marks, numbers, letters occupy 1 byte, and Chinese characters occupy 3 byte。
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- FAQs on Bitcoin Wallet
- Guía de ususario para BTC — billetera TokenPocket [Traducción]
- Where is the price of BTC in TokenPocket wallet displayed according to?
- Will it give me interest if I deposit BTC in the TokenPocket wallet?
- Can I mine BTC bitcoin with the TokenPocket wallet?
- What coins are on the BTC network?
- Will I lose my bitcoin stored in my TokenPocket wallet? Will my wallet steal my BTC?
- When my TokenPocket wallet APP was disconnected, someone transferred BTC bitcoin to me. Can I receive it?
- Is there a bitcoin browser in the TokenPocket wallet? How to use it?
- How to change the name of bitcoin (BTC) wallet in TokenPocket wallet?