Questions on: traceability

When a miner in a pool finds a valid block, the pool receives a reward (currently ~50 BTC) in a special generation transaction in the block. The address receiving the generation reward in a given block is known, and pools publish statistics on which
Nope, don't worry. The nodes you have connected only know that your IP address has downloaded the blockchain, but the transactions you'll make in the future won't contain information specific about it. The main threat to your privacy are contact poin
This is my recommendation and it uses a database to manage the work load. I'm gonna use SQL Server as an example here because that's what I've been using my self. What you do is that you create a stored procedure and/or designate a table as the table
The Holidays are here, and the typical sentiment usually involves a whole lot of giving throughout the month. In fact, in 2014, the United States alone gave $385 billion to charitable donations; but what’s pretty remarkable is 31% of that money was g
A calculation is a deliberate process that transforms one or more inputs into one or more results, with variable change. The term is used in a variety of senses, from the very definite arithmetical calculation of using an algorithm, to the vague heur
I am trying to recover a few coins from a wallet on a hard drive with a corrupt filesystem. (Yeah I know backups and all, this is from a while ago and I had planned to spend the balance on this wallet) The standard bitcointools such as dbdump. py wil