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I am using BitCoinJ for my java application which fetches the test network's genesis block. I referred to the basics mentioned at JavaWorld and BitCoins Google Code wiki. I am able to get it running but there seems to be an error while waiting for th
Once you've sent a bitcoin payment from CoinJar to an external bitcoin address, that transfer's details (amount sent, sending/receiving bitcoin address, as well as the date of transfer) can be found on the blockchain. This information is then publicl
Honestly, I'm not sure why that would be the case. Could you perhaps share (either here, or you can message me directly if you prefer) the transaction hash, or id that is returned to you? I'm going to answer the specific question in the title while I
Andreas Schildbach (Android Bitcoin Wallet) has done some work on creating offline transactions using bitcoinj. He posted about it here:http://groups. google
I had a horrendus time doing this because of the fact that the jar is not available in a public site. Their docs to install it in a local repo and point maven at it seemed promising, but in the end I can tell you the best way: Start by forking a Java
If you are not yet confortable with the notion of ownership and parent/child in React, take a look at my previous post. How to communicate between React components ? That’s a good question, and there are multiple answers. That depends of the relation
Applies To: SQL Server 2016 Preview The Integration Services SendMail task only supports mail messages in plain text format. However you can easily send HTML mail messages by using the Script task and the mail capabilities of the . NET Framework
I am trying to connect to a bitcoin node using the ZMQ library for Java. the problem is that when I try to receive a response the code remains frozen. Returns nothing