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Four factors affect this: 1) The size of the transaction. Smaller transactions get a lower priority. Abnormally small transactions look like spam
Considering a bitcoin mining hardware purchase? Make a more informed decision with our Bitcoin Mining Dashboard. The bitcoin network hashrate estimate on bitcoinwatch. com passed 1 exaFLOPS (1,000 petaFLOPS) this week – over 8 times the combined spee
What has been reported for the past two weeks or so is an issue called transaction (id) malleability: A hash calculated from each bitcoin transaction, the transaction id or txid, can be changed until the transaction is confirmed in the blockchain, by
Hi, so I recently downloaded Multibit on to my new computer, and transferred my wallet stuff, named multibit. wallet, I used the normally generated one. It was there that I realized what a hassle it was to get to my multibit folder, which was stuck i
Update: Coin Dance has an excellent table of node implementations with descriptions and links at the bottom of their Bitcoin Nodes Summary page. Below are the implementations I've found. I'm not sure if all of them qualify as full nodes
Bacula Frequently Asked Questions Subsections These are questions that have been submitted over time by the Bacula users. The following FAQ is very useful, but it is not always up to date with newer information, so after reading it, if you don't find
Test with IPv4 DNS record pending - Fetches an object that has just an A record in DNS. This is expected to use IPv4. IPv6-only users might still reach this, if their provider has employed a NAT64/DNS64 or proxy solution
As long as the block reward is much higher than the transaction fees, this is totally not an issue: mining isn't an incremental process, it's a bruteforce probabilistic one. I. e