Questions on: mining-software

Today I was reading bitcoind src, and trying to find out where scriptPubKey is executed when a node received new block with transaction, for example transaction from new block may not be exist in mempool. Find function that execute script: https://gi
An enterprise network administrator concerned with the operation on its systems of software that contradicts policy should already employ some kind of security scanner software. Adding the known miners to that list of flagged software is the best rec
Alright, I finally managed to fix my bugs and get a full roundtrip. Here is an example for a full communication with a Pool. I don't explain everything in detail as the API description can be found elsewhere
Bitcoin is a decentralized digital currency. It is meant to be resistant to corruption and external control. That is the reason it was created
One fundamental, expected way to make a valid template invalid: someone else finds a block, and it's time to switch. You can technically keep incrementing "curtime" until it's 2 hours in the future, though my gut tells me I should try to avoid pushin
The most obvious open-source mining application is the official Bitcoin client itself, available at: https://github. com/bitcoin/bitcoin The source code is well written and shows quite clearly the way that hashing is performed in order to mine new bl
I'm having trouble getting my Zeusminer Blizzard running; neither cgminer nor BFGminer detect it. Here are the results of lsusb: Bus 001 Device 025: ID 10c4:ea60 Cygnal Integrated Products, Inc. CP210x UART Bridge / myAVR mySmartUSB light [
No there is not. The ATI Catalyst driver implements OpenCL, which is what GPU miners use to accelerate the SHA256 hashing used in mining. The open source driver does not implement OpenCL
The JSON-RPC protocol is very simple. You POST to the mining pool (or the bitcoind client): {"method": "getwork", "params": [], "id": "anything"} and get back: {"result": {"data": "hex bytes.