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Short answer: No. Long answer: It depends. The addresses themselves are independent (unless blockchain
It is late October and on my to-do list is wading through Open Enrollment options. That inevitably brings up the question of how much money to put into our Flexible Spending Account (FSA). Given that a lot of people face that question at this time of
What Is A Full Node? A full node is a program that fully validates transactions and blocks. Almost all full nodes also help the network by accepting transactions and blocks from other full nodes, validating those transactions and blocks, and then rel
A proof-of-work (POW) system (or protocol, or function) is an economic measure to deter denial of service attacks and other service abuses such as spam on a network by requiring some work from the service requester, usually meaning processing time by
I did a ton of Googling and noticed a lot of others were complaining about the long synchronization process, but none of them seemed to be as long as mine (and no one made mention of their speeds). Is it supposed to be this slow, or have I set someth
Bitcoin-Qt is the original Bitcoin client. Leaving it open has no real consequences considering yourself individually, but there are some minor effects. Effects regarding you: When you leave your client open, your client will always be in sync with t
Under the hood, Bitcoin has something called json-rpc. That is used within the software and with other software that you wish to integrate into bitcoin to send and receive payments, to generate wallet addresses, and to get network data. Bitcoin Core
TL;DR: As @Alex Waters has stated, it's a centralised alert system to allow people to shutdown their clients in response to a threat to the overall Bitcoin network, pending a client patch to resolve the issue. This was intended as a short term measur
Desktop Notifications Receive desktop notifications using the Mountain Lion notifications center. Local Wallet Backups Your bitcoin wallet will be saved to on your local machine in addition to being stored on blockchain. info's servers
It is recommended that outside of self-generated vanity addresses, users should never import (or export) private keys. [1][2] As of August 2012, possibly the easiest way to import a private key is using Blockchain. info's My Wallet service