Questions on: mining-theory - страница 2

I think a mining process that made use of stochastic sampling of a large data set would meet the requirements you have laid out. The blockchain even provides a great data set for this. For example, let's say each nonce requires you to randomly sample
You can find a list of services and merchants that accept Litecoin on the Litecoin-Wiki. That said, Litecoin has only minimal differences to Bitcoin: It uses Scrypt as its Mining algorithm, and reduced the block interval to 2. 5 minutes, while keepin
One of the annoyances of the blockchain as a decentralized platform is the sheer length of delay before a transaction gets finalized. One confirmation in the Bitcoin network takes ten minutes on average, but in reality due to statistical effects when
I will restrict my answer to the use of random IV. I assume that you are using Cipher Block Chaining (CBC) mode that requires an IV. Note that that the IV is not encrypted (as the receiving party needs that for decrypting the first block of data) and
Some API calls are available with CORS headers if you add a &cors=true paramter to the GET request Please limit your queries to a maximum of 1 every 10 seconds. All bitcoin values are in Satoshi i. e
Mining is not won by the miner with the "strongest ability to solve the block". Mining is a random process, not a linear stack of work that needs to be powered through. This is because each miner works on different inputs to their block: As everyone
If transactions in a block are valid, in order to add that block in the block chain, a proof of work needs to be found. I have read the bitcoin paper by Satoshi. If the difficulty of the proof of work requires say 2^52 computations (13 hex zeros) on