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I'm not sure this is the right forum for this sort of discussion, but I'm not a mod. Anyways, decreasing the transactions in a chain does nothing to make block creation faster. That is a hard-coded target in the code
Over the last year the concept of “private blockchains” has become very popular in the broader blockchain technology discussion. Essentially, instead of having a fully public and uncontrolled network and state machine secured by cryptoeconomics (eg.
Yes and no. When a new block is created, everyone on the network must discard old work and use the new information provided (assuming they don't want to create forks). It does lead to some small performance loss
It is normal. Each Bitcoin client makes its own choices on how it stores its private keys and balance information. The main (Satoshi) client uses a BerkeleyDB database, BitcoinJ serializes its wallet object directly to file, and other clients do othe
I don't fully understand your question, first a reaction on your assumption. It is indeed so that your wallet does not hold actual coins. However, consider the distinction between the terms wallet and client
I think this is best answered by an example. Let's find the coinbase from a block on the Bitcoin testnet. First we'll get the hash for a block we want to look at
There will have to be a public record of a transfer into address B before any transfers can come from address B. Internally the provider may move the funds from one address to the other "off-chain" for purposes of display but until some BTC moves int
The arrow-of-time in bitcoin is achieved through the blockchain. The whole point of proof-of-work is to arrange transactions in chronological order, to prevent double-spending. Under this light, transactions in the same block cannot be put in strict
You may have noticed the Import/Export feature in your Blockchain Wallet before, but didn’t quite know what it is used for. Maybe you clicked it, but didn’t go any further because of the Advanced Security warning message. Don’t worry, the message jus
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