Have you ever wondered how bitcoin transactions can go anonymous?
Bitcoin is a currency, literally, in its infancy. The concept is, as far as I know, the first of its...
The larger the hash160 is, the more base58 characters required to represent its address.
What else do you use to determine who is (approximately) one person?
With a global p2p network, it is necessary to have all nodes receive the transaction, do some calculations and send...
The utility of the exchanges made possible by Bitcoin will far exceed the cost of electricity used.
If knight's "trust everyone collectively" meant, "trust in the process" I find that insightful and a good motto.
If people believe that bitcoin is simply a way for botnet herders to convert spare cpu cycles into cash, they...
But I do think that is is really important to point out that all that CPU power and electricity usage...
I believe that the amount of energy input required to the bitcoin economy represents a serious obstacle to its growth.
Tested with Python 2.6, pbkdf2_rmd v0.1 (Python module), pywallet V1.1
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...
This Texas Congressman Steve Stockman Is Now Accepting Bitcoins For His Senate Run
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.
Most of what I have seen is that there might be a minor difference, but nothing this extreme.
I'd love to hear how various miners track their ROI, what systems you have developed, how you keep track, etc...
I'm deploying my antminers at a data center which provides me with internet via their router.