b1-66ereverything i find looks outdated (I maybe wrong)
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nonce is nothing but the transaction count
Can anyone help explain this seemingly bizarre transaction?
(1) Account A initiates a transfer of 0.01 ETH to Account B.The transaction fee is set at 0.000105 ETH:https://etherscan.io/tx/0x496abba8deee9a2e0b9986d25135a44c1ad98029aa9d1e326d4e50718ef5bc1c
(2) When the block is mined, the transaction fee that goes to the miner is 0.09220999999995 ETH (!) and the value of the transaction, amounting to 0.00779000000005 goes to a new account, Account C(!):
The result is that transaction that Account A sent never makes it to account B. WTF?
Can anyone explain what is going on?
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