You want to walk up to the machine. Send it a bitcoin. Walk away eating your nice sugary snack. (Profit!)
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've spent the past 15 days writing a very detailed tutorial on how to create an e-commerce store and accept Bitcoin, from scratch, with no coding...
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.