Questions on: full-node

In general, there are policies and there are rules in Bitcoin. Every full node works independently to enforce rules by checking each received block, transaction and etc.
It is technically possible that all copies of the blockchain are lost. .
First of all, this isn't a problem I am having, I'm just curious how this works. If you run your node with port 8333 open, you'll receive a large amount of connections after being online for a while. If you run your node without port 8333, you still
Will 21. co be successful in its efforts to install mining equipment in mobile phones and other consumer devices across the world? This is just so bad in so many ways. Mining on a phone makes the least sense of all senseless ideas ever
I don't think any such study exists, because it is very difficult to gain any concrete information about full nodes on the network. Because nodes can (and often are) run over proxies or TOR, their true IP addresses are often obscured. Furthermore, IP
When discussing consensus mechanisms for different cryptocurrencies, one issue that often causes arguments is a lack of understanding (and definition) of the security model that they provide for the historical data in the ledger. While each consensus
The instructions for installing the non-ubuntu linux bitcoind read as follows: Before using the Bitcoin Core daemon, bitcoind, you need to create its configuration file with a user name and password. First create the . bitcoin directory, create (touc