Bitcoin guide - all questions - страница 8

Bitcoin is the currency of the Internet: a distributed, worldwide, decentralized digital money. Unlike traditional currencies such as dollars, bitcoins are issued and managed without any central authority whatsoever: there is no government, company,
The latest versions of our wallet now use a dynamic fee structure (which you can read about here) to determine appropriate fees for your transactions, so some of the information in this post no longer applies. If you have a pending transaction that i
Originally Posted by TheIronWolfFrom my observations, GPUs usually throttle when they overheat (at least for HD6990). What really helps overheating is fpscaps, which I see you are using. I cannot comment on triple monitor scenario - I am single monit
Building the exchange software in-house: Gather a dedicated team of developers (friends, freelancers) to build (and maintain) your exchange software. Make sure that they understand how an exchange operates in general, how cryptocurrency and blockchai
Transaction fees pay for two completely different things which should not be confused. One is the marginal cost of verifying, propagating and storing the transaction; the other is the amortized cost of hashing to secure the network. Addressing the fi
Let's say the year is 2034 (optimistic?) and the New New World has adopted Bitcoin as its currency, and now there's a civil war, and naturally the two sides want to have their own version of Bitcoin . .
This is sort of a general question, so to simplify I'll pick a specific example: SatoshiDice. com does not list their location. A whois lookup shows that they host their DNS with a company called Public Domain Registry
For a transaction to be processed it must use the very next available sequence number (as returned by account_info). If an otherwise valid signed transaction has a sequence number too small (matching a previously used sequence number), then the trans
I am yet to understand what the "trust" do. CAn someone explain please? "Trusting" an entity in Ripple is saying that you treat their word as a substitute for money. If you want to send me $1000 USD, Ripple has no way to do that, because Ripple canno
I think this is a great question and contrary to many of these responses it is entirely feasible that you may need to explain these funds to either a regulatory body or law enforcement. Unfortunately, gov'ts tend to fear what they don't understand an