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I'm trying to port TX generation logic to a different (and unpopular) language. I've been beating my head against this way too long and should have walked away but, well, you know, closure, and stubbornness. Here's my code so far
The description for the headers command says "77x?" as the size for the block_headers[] returned. However, the description of the block_header structure is 81 bytes (4+32+32+4+4+4+1). What exactly is returned by the headers command? -- AndyParkins Ap
Pubkey transactions use a little less space in the block chain overall (if no pruning is used), so you might as well use them when you can. I think that Satoshi's main reasoning was as follows, though: Satoshi originally expected that most transactio
Miners and all full nodes do check the entire blockchain to validate a new transaction, but they are able to do it efficiently. As they scan the blockchain starting at genesis, they update a memory structure consisting only of unspent outputs, and in
I read through How is difficulty calculated? and want to understand where the "off-by-one" bug is in calculating difficulty. Here is a Matlab snipet I wrote to calculate difficulty. What are the correct block step intervals that I should use? Note: m
The target section of the block header is called nBits in the code. nBits is a 32-bit compact encoding of a 256-bit target threshold. It works like scientific notation, except that it uses base-256 instead of base-10
Transactions don't have a timestamp. Blocks have a timestamp. The difference is important, because the block timestamp on some of the blocks changes the difficulty
Find examples of how to build programs using Bitcoin. The following guide aims to provide examples to help you start building Bitcoin-based applications. To make the best use of this document, you may want to install the current version of Bitcoin Co
A key part of any serious Penetration Test is to provide a comprehensive documentation ofall phases - reconnaissance, enumeration, exploitation and finale documentation. Now you have a fully loaded BT4 Pentest-Weapon, having a well-defined documentat
getmemorypool() print bitcoin. getwork() using Python JSON for a testnet BitcoinQT server, I got the following responces: {'previousblockhash': '00000000032e361b246e96c4e594523b6ff42bc0527e560f203fb20a08a86185', 'transactions': .