The mother of all cryptocurrencies.
I've seen in some topics people mentioning super nodes. Just curious... how do you get a super node?
I was starting to wonder when my systems seemed to quit generating coins if there was something going on.
This is a concrete proposal (and reference implementation) for a Merkle-tree of unspent-outputs (UTXOs).
I only get the os to recognize 4 gpus, not sure if I need to jump some pci-e pins or not, or maybe I'm missing something...
I have an MSI Mb and x2 280x cards and it's only using a 550w max. I am not concerned about the efficiency as I have...
It seems it defaults to the nested format, then to the "bech32" format if the box is clicked within the "Receive" tab.
How can I create a bitcoin transaction puzzle? Do I have to use a special address or can I use a regular p2pkh and its utxos?
The strange thing is that when I look up information on the transaction on blockchain.info I see that additional BTC are send to a third address.
I am confident in securing my network, but I'd like to hear what network appliances people are using to protect their mining operations.
Is it possible to put everyone in a single large mining pool, and share mining reward equally among miners based on hash power and shares.