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Those shares did not solve the block, but they were a proof that a miner was trying to solve a block. The more shares, the more work needed to be put. Without shares, everyone would be essentially solo mining - there would be no way to prove that one
The blockchain is the new hot technology. If you haven’t heard about it, you probably know Bitcoin. Well, the blockchain is the underlying technology that powers Bitcoin
I have to write the pair of software: an website and an Android application. The thing is: client installs the application (with all the permissions it needs). It can work in background on start-up (but don't have if it's not necessary)
It is not stored as part of the block data itself. Other clients reply with their list of hashes ahead of yours when you broadcast getblocks. From that list, each block header is downloaded and kept in the local block chain leveldb with the hash as a
This post is (mostly) a theoretical curiosity, but a discussion last week at CITP during our new course on Bitcoin led us to realize that being an optimal Bitcoin miner is in fact NP-hard. NP-hardness is a complexity classification used in computer s
Generating (coinbase) transaction is a special transaction which must be contained in each block. Usually this transaction is composed by a miner. The following rules are to be kept: There is only one generating transaction in a block
Basic MultiSig Wallet API () Our Basic Multi-Signature addresses by default require two signatures for all withdrawals: yours, and Block. io's. This method provides exponentially higher security for your Wallets and applications than single-signature
A debate is going on right now about how to scale bitcoin. Most of the debate so far has focused on written proposals, conferences, signed letters, and Twitter name calling, but let us not forget that bitcoin already has a built in upgrade mechanism