Questions on: thin-clients

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Hey everyone, Haven’t posted in a while. Here’s something new that I came across and thought might be useful. This post is for anyone who has wanted to create an application that could communicate with another phone running your same application
Why on earth would I want to spend my bitcoins now, when they’re worth so little compared to when they peaked? Shouldn’t I wait and hope that the price rises again? The short answer is “No, because I feel like spending my coin. ” I want some new stuf
An Aleutia E3 thin client, with flash memory A thin client is a lightweight computer that is purpose-built for remote access to a server (typically cloud or desktop virtualization environments). It depends heavily on another computer (its server) to
Andreas Schildbach (Android Bitcoin Wallet) has done some work on creating offline transactions using bitcoinj. He posted about it here:http://groups. google
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No wallet currently supports creating replaceable transactions conveniently. To work around this, you can manually create raw transactions from scratch. The following are suggested instructions for use with bitcoin-cli
How does Electrum work?¶ Electrum’s focus is speed, with low resource usage and simplifying Bitcoin. Startup times are instant because it operates in conjunction with high-performance servers that handle the most complicated parts of the Bitcoin syst
SPV nodes usually only look at block headers, and then will download some of the actual block data of blocks which other peers have told them contain transactions relevant to them. SPV nodes are relying on at least one of their peers to be honest and