Questions on: testnet

There are a number of more complex alternatives under discussion which involve more elastic limits (instead of the hard limit which currently exists), automatically adjusted limits based on some metric in the blockchain, or some combination of both.
I am trying to create a transaction on the bitcoin testnet, using bitcore: Error Message : SyntaxError: JSON. parse: unexpected character at line 1 column 1 of the JSON data Here is my code: var transaction = new bitcore. Transaction()
I run bitcoin core into testnet mode for learning/testing purpose. My client/wallet/node are fully sync, based on the "check mark" at the bottom right of the GUI-client. Via getinfo command I obtain : { "version": 120100, "protocolversion": 70012, "w
As is well known, testnet has a "20-minute rule": if no block is found within 20 minutes, the mining difficulty drops to 1 until a block is found. From some experimentation, it appears that bitcoind's getdifficulty function reports the difficulty of
I am tinkering with the bitcoin source code and trying to understand the exact working of peer discovery mechanism in the testnet mode for which I have made the following changes: Disabled the DNS seed discovery in order to force bitcoind to fallback
For some reason I keep getting error: {"code":-25,"message":"Missing inputs"} EDIT: Updating error now that the full testnet blockchain is downloaded "code":-26,"message":"16: mandatory-script-verify-flag-failed (Operation not valid with the current
Bitcoind is a utility for mining bitcoins Installation ~ # emerge -av net-p2p/bitcoind [ebuild N ] dev-util/boost-build-1. 49. 0 USE="-examples -python" 47,364 kB [ebuild N ] dev-libs/boost-1
eth (C++ client)¶ It is possible to connect to or create a new network by using the –genesis and –config. It is possible to use both –config and –genesis. In that case, the genesis block description provided by –config will be overwritten by the –gen
When I use bitcoin-cli sendrawtransaction and only get -25 errors. I have tried to push the transaction using different blockchain explorer sites, but that didn't work. I have tried: 0100000001659d0ebe45e4446113776807a0160ab487a56f8386405e07d8d15275f
I'm running a small testnet locally with this project: http://github. com/freewil/bitcoin-testnet-box but I'm having trouble pointing bitcoin-qt to the blockchain that I created locally myself, so I have some data like this: bitcoin-cli -datadir=1 ge