Questions on: nonce

It could have been done that way, at the cost of increasing the amount of space it takes to store and send block headers. It seems like block header storage was a big concern for Satoshi, (there's even a section in the whitepaper about it) but it's t
I am working in a computational research lab, and we're taking a look at Bitcoin. I'm trying to develop a simulation of Bitcoin mining for a nonexistent computer architecture. I want to simulate the mining of a single block (say
The hashing function used in Bitcoin is deterministic, that is hashing the same input, i. e. , block header, will always result in the same output
One focused on validation latency, one on bandwidth and latency. Bitcoin Core has a validation cache of transactions it sees unconfirmed on the network, this allows the most expensive operations (executing the script, and validating signatures) to ha
In a work, there are only two elements in the block header change between hash attempts. That is, NTime and Nonce. The miner starts the nonce search to get a valid share, and there are several possibilities: 1) In a single nonce range (0~2^32-1), the
Summary Transactions with too low a nonce get immediately rejected. Transactions with too high a nonce get placed in the transaction pool queue. If transactions with nonces that fill the gap between the last valid nonce and the too high nonce are sen
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
Question: I’ve been told that it’s possible to run out of values when using the bigint data type and that I should use GUIDs instead, regardless of the problems they can cause. Is this true? Answer: This is similar to the question I answered last yea