Questions on: bitcoin-core

I just downloaded the Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Dogecoin Qt clients and opened each of these apps. Consistent with their coin's valuation, the Dogecoin client syncing was fastest, taking 3 hours, Litecoin took 20hrs, and Bitcoin is still trying to sync
After the heartbleed vulnerability, I'm concerned that my private keys could have been compromised. I want to send all my coins to a new address with a freshly generated key. However, if I just ask the Bitcoin Core client to generate a new address, i
According to bitcoin core version 0. 12. 0 release notes: It is now possible to replace transactions in the transaction memory pool of Bitcoin Core 0
It's not Bitcoin Core that's taking up all the space, but the Bitcoin blockchain that Core needs to download, validate, and reference. This is because Bitcoin Core is what's called a full node. There is another type of wallet, called an SPV client, t
Enter a script to debug in the following textarea. The script is automatically parsed and executed. The step-by-step execution status (incl
No, this isn't a likely problem for Bitcoin. Or, to be more specific, it is a problem that there known ways to solve. First of all, there is a concept called a selfish client
The best way to write a parser of your own for the blockchain is to find the source code of one that already exists and from that deduce the precise underlying data structure and how to parse and interpret it. e. g
Duckx, I think you have a good idea. Well for one thing -- using a linux VM is much better for security. You are essentially using your windows machine for browsing the internet / email and your linux machine for only bitcoin banking
Here are the instructions I have created so far: Install the necessary dependencies pacman -S boost boost-libs openssl db base-devel qrencode qt4 automoc4 Clone the GitHub repository: git clone https://github. com/bitcoin/bitcoin. git cd bitcoin Chec