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1. Issue: The miner works without hash rate. One of the hash board’s temperature exceeds 80 degrees
I'm a newbie to bitcoins, and need some help! I downloaded the Bitcoin client and installed it on my laptop. It is 'Synchronizing with the network' and has been doing this for over a day. Is this normal? I have broadband internet and sometimes downlo
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
At the moment, it's about 2. 6GB, but it will be growing with time. You can try looking into using an eWallet or some lightweight clients if you are tight on the disc space
You're pretty close, with the deviations being I think primarily in terminology. Client A listens for connections on port 8333. Listening is a server activity
This page aggregates the changelogs that have been posted on the forum for the Bitcoin releases. Note that some download links are not longer valid as highly insecure versions may have been deleted, or links may have changed. This page hasn't been up
Getting a BitCoin wallet: The first step to getting started with BitCoins is to get yourself a BitCoin wallet. Just like a real wallet, this is where your BitCoins are stored. It is far more tangible than money stored in a bank account – the wallet f
It's most likely you're using the client from bitcoin. org. Synchronizing with the network refers to the download and verification of the blocks in the block chain, which is the transaction history of Bitcoin
Is it possible to use namecoind to determine the block number from a block hash? Going from height to hash is easy: namecoind getblockhash But going from hash to height appears to be impossible. .
The problem comes down to trusting a third party. The current client only trusts the designation of the genesis block - you can independently verify all the other blocks derive from that, and have been secured by the highest difficulty. In theory, yo