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If you mean downloading The Bitcoin blockchain, as shared by all Bitcoin users: then yes, that's what Bitcoin Core does automatically when you start it: download all the necessary data and reconstruct the blockchain. If you mean create an altcoin, th
This fluctuation of inflation can be a boon to business, unless the market is valuing the coins insanely high, sometimes reaching 1000$! So really who accepts bitcoins? MUST WATCH: What is Bitcoin (Bitcoin Whiteboard Tuesday series) List of Companies
For security, say I am normally storing my wallet. dat in an encrypted folder on external USB sticks, and don't keep it on the hard drive, having created addresses in this wallet previously. So I let bitcoin-qt client start up, and sync with network
An orphan transaction is a transaction that consumes a coin whose creating transaction is not known to your client. This has nothing to do with orphan blocks (which are blocks whose parent block is not known, or according to another definition, block
For certain transactions, particularly transactions that have a large number of inputs, or relatively new inputs, the Satoshi client will not let you initiate a transaction without a 0. 5mBTC fee. Essentially it tries to prevent you from initiating t
Transaction malleability has a very small effect on a regular user, at most it can mess up some of your bookkeeping if you store the Transaction Id of a transaction before it is confirmed. Transaction malleability only affects unconfirmed transaction
The default setup on Linux/Ubuntu has Bitcoin storing the data in the ~/. bitcoin folder, which is usually not encrypted with TrueCrypt. Suppose I do now want to rely on the internal Bitcoin encryption system, but instead want to save the wallet to d
If I run the following command from my bitcoin console client: bitcoind -reindex -txindex -debug=net -printtoconsole it take extremely long to run, does this reindex all the previous bitcoin transactions ? bitcoind