Bitcoin guide - all questions - страница 2

I don't know of any third parties that provide this service. I do know of a few (Example) that provide the opposite, where a customer has bitcoin, but the merchant will not accept it, however. The problem here is that these customers (in your scenari
If they're in the same order book (same currency/issuer pairs), it's the one that was placed first. If they're in different order books (say because the source holds balances from more than one issuer) it's a bit more complex. Even if the offer rates
This is the $6000 question though. .
A year ago I was hired by Eth Dev Ltd through Coinspect to perform a security audit on the Ethereum design. One of our findings was that the uncle reward strategy in Ethereum was weird, and could lead to miners abusing the uncle rewards to almost tri
Great explanation Augusto! Need to clarify one thing regarding target. 1. Network takes some random number and it generates its hash No, the target is not exactly a random number
First step is to download this website from Github and open the index. html file directly from your computer. It's just too easy to sneak some evil code in the 6000+ lines of javascript to leak your private key, and you don't want to see your fund st
Initial distribution of the coins and the forging schedule are more serious problems than they appear at first glance. A 100% proof-of-stake currency needs at least a small part of the coins to be distributed in the beginning because these coins is t
Everyone who has ever used email is very well versed on the annoyance of spam emails. Over the years many solutions have been theorized and implemented, but even to this day, spam constitutes a large portion of the daily global email volume. Composed
All miners run a full node, indexing all the unspent transaction outputs (UTXO). Thus, from the computational difficulty perspective, there's no difference between verifying old and new coins that are being spent. However, there's a reasonable assump