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Why is this limit present? 1. To Maintain Consensus There has to be clearly defined rules about which blocks are valid and which are not for the network to agree. Obviously no node will accept a block that is 10 million terabytes, it would be near im
Transacions don't have input and output addresses, they have input and output scripts. Addresses are just short-hand notation for particular scripts. When making a transaction, you don't just say what the input and output scripts are
It is possible, but it is also quite easy to hide your activity from such inquiries. For example, lets check Address 15VjRaDX9zpbA8LVnbrCAFzrVzN7ixHNsC: http://blockchain. info/address-relayed-ips/15VjRaDX9zpbA8LVnbrCAFzrVzN7ixHNsC We can see that mo
5 Steps to Install and Set Up Bitcoin-Qt (Bitcoin Core) Fasterapplicable to v 0. 9. 3 and before As of Bitcoin Core version 0
I have found a lot of answers for this exception, but coudln't find one that helps my case. I have a string: "x":{ "ver":1, "size":258, "inputs":[ { "sequence":4294967295, "prev_out":{ "spent":true, "tx_index":72163587, "type":0, "addr":"16XEHjFH8bKz
The reason I'm asking is because I want to know if 2-of-3 can be used by two parties as a way for one party to pre-commit to purchasing something before they actually do. For example, suppose Alice is selling her old car for 2 BTC, and Bob has said o
I created a duplicate issue about this (#578) I understand that it may be a good idea to remove extra whitespace in many use cases, but I really would prefer there be an option to load the extra whitespace accurately, especially when there's nothing
For the best possible explanation, it's important to understand how a Bitcoin transaction is formatted. Here is an example of the format used for a Bitcoin transaction from the wiki: 000000 F9 BE B4 D9 74 78 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 .
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With the recent (early 2014) GHash. io concerns about that particular mining pool getting too big, many people have talk about what a powerful miner could do if it wanted to "harm" bitcoin or double-spend, etc. At one point someone pointed on that if