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Why does BitcoinCash.org not list Bitcoin Cash Node on their website?

Why does BitcoinCash.org not list Bitcoin Cash Node on their website? submitted by Egon_1 to btc [link] [comments]

Are your nodes updated and configured properly? Here's a list of more than 800 misbehaving peers (Bitcoin Unlimited + BCHN mainnet & testnet)

Are your nodes updated and configured properly? Here's a list of more than 800 misbehaving peers (Bitcoin Unlimited + BCHN mainnet & testnet) submitted by georgengelmann to btc [link] [comments]

List of plug'n'play full nodes (Bitcoin + Lightning) on a dedicated hardware

Here is a reference list of all plug'n'play Bitcoin full nodes known to me, most of them include Lightning functionality as well. Please note that those are for a very specific usecase: namely, for people who want a node on a dedicated device (running 24/7, not interfering with work on their pc/laptop) AND don't want to (or cannot) build their own dedicated node, or just want to have customer support in case things go wrong in the set-up process.
If you just want to run a node on your pc/laptop, it's as easy as downloading the Bitcoin Core software here and let it sync (which takes a while). If you want to build a dedicated device on your own (it's not as hard as you might think!), you can have it much cheaper than in the list below (for $100-150) and there are a number of excellent guides available, too. Most prominent ones are Beginner’s Guide to ️⚡Lightning️⚡ on a Raspberry Pi and RaspiBlitz. If you are more interested in Lightning Network, also check out Pierre's Node Launcher (for Mac and Windows).
So if you are still interested in spending money on a node and saving you the efforts of setting up everything by yourself, here are the options available to you (I'm not affiliated with either of those):
By Lightning In A Box (homepage, Twitter):
They have three main models available:
By Bitseed (homepage, Twitter):
By Nodl (homepage, Twitter):
By Casa (homepage, Twitter):
By Samourai (homepage, Twitter):
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11-26 04:43 - '[Zokos] just open-sourced our Woocommerce script. Easily import your listings from your Woocommerce store to your OpenBazaar node and start selling for free today!' (twitter.com) by /u/bills2 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 52-62min

[Zokos] just open-sourced our Woocommerce script. Easily import your listings from your Woocommerce store to your OpenBazaar node and start selling for free today!
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New Hot-fix release 0.4.9.9.1

A new release is available for download: https://bitsquare.io/downloads/
This is a hot-fix release for fixing a problem with an UnreadableWalletException in combination with Bitcoin Core 14 transactions (See: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/bitcoinj/mhV9BvoSYMo for more background). Please update as soon as possible.
Release notes 0.4.9.9.1: * Fix protobuffer serialization issue with transaction version used in transaction hash at Bitcoin Core 14, causing UnreadableWalletException. For more details see: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/bitcoinj /mhV9BvoSYMo * Add info popups for requirements for ClearXchange * Add scroll pane support to all screens. * Fix wrong percentage calculation in spreads view for altcoins * Fix missing tx fee at emergency wallet payout. * Add address validation for ETH * Don't use peers from AddressMessage calls if we use a custom Bitcoin node list or localhost. * Ability to re-open a dispute (e.g. if no answer from arbitrator in case of network problems) * Update MIN_NONDUST_OUTPUT from 546 to 2730 satoshis * Fix missing persistence calls when internal wallet structure has changed, possibly causing bugs with internal wallet structure getting inconsistent (reserved funds for an offer might be used for another trade, so causing failed trades,...).
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09-11 08:23 - 'Lol. You dont seem to have a leg to stand on, yet you say i am trying to paint something that isnt there. / A complete list of nodes that is not centrally controlled is readily available for anyone to peruse, evidence b...' by /u/notmyrralname removed from /r/Bitcoin within 659-669min

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Lol. You dont seem to have a leg to stand on, yet you say i am trying to paint something that isnt there.
A complete list of nodes that is not centrally controlled is readily available for anyone to peruse, evidence by itself that xrp is decentralized.
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And saying “no one will” is completely different from “no one can”. Simply because people have the choice is additional evidence.
Hate the truth all you like, doesnt make it any less true. I dont need to paint anything. The facts are black and white.
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The Forbidden Truth: Nodes can loosen their consensus rulesets (e.g., increase their block size limits) without asking for permission or waiting for "consensus." [More censorship on the bitcoin-dev list]

Tom Zander began an interesting discussion on the Bitcoin-Dev mailing list when he announced the release of Bitcoin Classic 1.2.0. There was debate that such an announcement was inappropriate, arguing that because new Classic nodes would immediately begin accepting blocks larger than 1 MB, that Classic was incompatible with Bitcoin [which is untrue].
Although discussion is still taking place on that email thread, as usual my email was rejected. Here is what I wrote:
What many people forget is that common nodes can enforce a (strictly) looser rule set than mining nodes, and still be guaranteed to track consensus. We use this often-overlooked fact to our advantage when rolling out soft forks: after the miners begin enforcing a new rule, non-upgraded common nodes will be enforcing a looser rule set until they upgrade. We know from experience that this situation—where some nodes enforce less rules than the mining majority—is both safe and a practical way to reduce the coordination required to implement protocol upgrades.
Classic (and Unlimited) are using this fact that common nodes can enforce a looser rule set to reduce the coordination required for a future increase in MAX_BLOCK_SIZE. It is a commitment strategy that allows node operators to signal their preferences to the network. As more and more node operators stop enforcing the 1 MB limit, it will gradually become much less risky for miners to try mining a block larger than 1 MB to see if it is accepted into the Blockchain.
For the market for consensus to function properly and allow Bitcoin to grow, node operators are encouraged to stop enforcing any rule they believe is hindering Bitcoin. They don’t need to ask for permission or wait for “consensus." If enough node operators feel the same way, then that rule will no longer be a rule.
Best regards, Peter
Incidentally, I've tried to post on this topic twice before and both emails were also rejected. See here and here.
Blockstream/Core knows that their control over the network relies on perpetuating the false notion that it is "unsafe" for node operators to take matters into their own hands when it comes to consensus parameters. The fact that node operators can independently elect to stop enforcing any rule is kryptonite to the small-block narrative, and so they need to fool us into believing that Bitcoin is fragile and that nodes cannot deviate from their "consensus." They ostracize community members who express their individual preferences (unless of course they happen to align with those of Blockstream/Core) even though it is critical for members of a decentralized network like Bitcoin to communicate their genuine preferences in order to evolve.
What is so frightening to Blockstream/Core is their knowledge that Coinbase/BitPay/BitStamp/Xapo/etc could announce tomorrow that "EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY: OUR NODES NOW ACCEPT UP TO 8MB BLOCKS" without any significant risk. In fact, this would be a great act of leadership, precipitating other nodes to fall inline and increase their block size limits as well. Eventually, it would be clear as day that the 1 MB restriction on the size of blocks is no longer important. Miners would be free to produce bigger blocks, allowing Bitcoin to break free from its three-transactions-per-second shackles.
Here is a great article on this topic that deserved more attention: https://medium.com/@Mengerian/the-market-for-consensus-203de92ed844#.u3nq04k5e
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List of things needed to start a Bitcoin node?

I am wondering if these are ok:
-Raspberry Pi 3 -1tb of HDD -16 gb of micro sd
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Bitcoin Surpasses 10 500 Nodes and Growing. The Top 10 List by Country

Bitcoin Surpasses 10 500 Nodes and Growing. The Top 10 List by Country submitted by EffigyBoy to btc [link] [comments]

Jameson Lopp: PayPal unreachable; Bitcoin unaffected. Bitcoin nodes only use DNS once on their first startup to get peer IP list.

Jameson Lopp: PayPal unreachable; Bitcoin unaffected. Bitcoin nodes only use DNS once on their first startup to get peer IP list. submitted by a56fg4bjgm345 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Surpasses 10 500 Nodes and Growing. The Top 10 List by Country #bitcoin #ethereum #ico Canada… https://t.co/XqmFr0IyAE - Crypto Dynamic Info - Whales's

Posted at: February 17, 2019 at 03:48PM
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A list for Bitcoin nodes that support segwit2x hijack malicious fork

Here is the list of the current nodes that support segwit2x hijack malicious fork
https://pastebin.com/iEyasvay
I will update it every Monday and Thursday with a new message in this topic. I advice everyone that run a bitcoin node to ban this nodes asap. And here is the script for everyone that run a node and want to ban this malicious nodes.
https://github.com/mariodian/ban-segshit8x-nodes
Bitcoin FTW!
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World Crypto Network - Sending to Bech32, Esplora, Spy Node Banlist, Mailing List ~ Bitcoin OpTech #38

World Crypto Network - Sending to Bech32, Esplora, Spy Node Banlist, Mailing List ~ Bitcoin OpTech #38 submitted by Yanlii to cryptovideos [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Surpasses 10 500 Nodes and Growing. The Top 10 List by Country

Bitcoin Surpasses 10 500 Nodes and Growing. The Top 10 List by Country submitted by leftok to atbitcoin [link] [comments]

Top 20 countries ranked by active Bitcoin nodes per capita: Singapore and Iceland top the list

Top 20 countries ranked by active Bitcoin nodes per capita: Singapore and Iceland top the list submitted by theswapman to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Surpasses 10 500 Nodes and Growing. The Top 10 List by Country - CryptoVibes

Bitcoin Surpasses 10 500 Nodes and Growing. The Top 10 List by Country - CryptoVibes submitted by ulros to fbitcoin [link] [comments]

IP lists of shame - public IP bitcoin nodes that still hasn't patched since the inflation vulnerability identified… https://t.co/WNIVILV5Tt - Crypto Insider Info - Whales's

Posted at: January 2, 2019 at 10:17PM
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IP lists of shame - public IP bitcoin nodes that still hasn't patched since the inflation vulnerability identified… https://t.co/WNIVILV5Tt
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IP lists of shame - public IP bitcoin nodes that still hasn't patched since the inflation vulnerability identified on Sep 17, 2018 /r/Bitcoin

IP lists of shame - public IP bitcoin nodes that still hasn't patched since the inflation vulnerability identified on Sep 17, 2018 /Bitcoin submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Cash has NO official website

Bitcoin Cash has NO official website submitted by georgedonnelly to btc [link] [comments]

US Tops the List Again by Number of Bitcoin Nodes

US Tops the List Again by Number of Bitcoin Nodes submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin ABC node can't synchronize passed the fork block. Would adding other Cash nodes explicitly on my peer list help?

I'm trying to get my Bitcoin ABC node, which is running behind Tor in case that makes any difference, to synchronize. But it can't get passed the fork point. What makes sense since all my peers seem to be BSCore nodes...
Is there a list of trustworthy Bitcoin Cash nodes I could manually add in order to get the good chain?
Also, for some reason, even though I added the -listen option, my node isn't going above 8 connections. Shouldn't it automatically configure a hidden service, or do I still need to do it manually?
This is the list of command line parameters I run my node with:
./bitcoin-qt -bind=127.0.0.1 -proxy=127.0.0.1:9050 -listen -datadir=PATH_TO_BITCOINCASH_DATADIR -checkblocks=1 
Finally, another question: I saw Bitcoin ABC has a PPA, but it uses the same package names of Bitcoin Unlimited, which I'm using to connect to the Bitcoin Settlement network. Names which come from BSCore packages, actually. Would you guys mind having a different package name like BitcoinXT has? (I'm not using them either because they haven't updated their PPA with the Cash release, and because I wanted to check on this ABC implementation)
Thanks!
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List of Lightning Network wallets, node guides for different OS, payments processors • r/Bitcoin

List of Lightning Network wallets, node guides for different OS, payments processors • Bitcoin submitted by 5tu to BitcoinTechnology [link] [comments]

Wie installiere ich einen Bitcoin Full Node? - Tutorial Bitcoin NodeJS Part 1 - Hello World Bitcoin node - YouTube Rick Reacts: The Nonsense about Bitcoin Nodes

Gefälschte Nachrichtenartikel zu Bitcoin Code und BitUp werden über das Internet verbreitet. Die Aufmachung der Artikel erinnert stark an jenes auf bekannten Nachrichtenportalen, sodass die betrügerische Absicht auf den ersten Blick nicht erkennbar ist. Die News mit Titeln wie „Der größte Deal in der Geschichte von "2 Minuten 2 Millionen", in nur 7 Tagen reich werden! (Ganz im Ernst ... <dns> [node] version 0.8 Returns information about the given added node, or all added nodes (note that onetry addnodes are not listed here) If dns is false, only a list of added nodes will be provided, otherwise connected information will also be available. getaddressesbyaccount <account> Returns the list of addresses for the given account. N To use Bitcoin with one specific Tor node, run bitcoin-qt -proxy=127.0.0.1:9050 -connect=abcde.onion , where abcde.onion needs to be substituted with one of the Tor nodes below. These parameters can be added to bitcoin.conf to make them permanent. You can find detailed information on running clients and hidden services within Tor in the documentation. Nodes list IPv4 Nodes. This entire list ... Einen Bitcoin Full Node zu betreiben galt lange Zeit als altruistischer Akt, der einem größeren Zweck dienen soll – nämlich der Unterstützung des Netzwerks. Was genau es heißt, mit einem Full Node das Bitcoin-Netzwerk zu unterstützen und wieso es überdies handfeste egoistische Motive gibt, einen Knotenpunkt aufzusetzen. 1. Nur Full-Node-Besitzer können sicher sein, dass sie BTC ... Diese Wallet ist ein "Full Node", die Transaktionen im Bitcoin-Netzwerk validiert und weiterleitet. Das bedeutet, dass keinem Dritten vertraut werden muss, wenn Zahlungen verifiziert werden. "Full Nodes" bieten das höchste Maß an Sicherheit und sind zum Schutz des Netzwerks unentbehrlich. Allerdings wird viel Speicher (über 350GB), Bandbreite und eine längere anfängliche Synchronisierung ...

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Wie installiere ich einen Bitcoin Full Node? - Tutorial

Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. Bitcoin NodeJS Tutorial. Intro to NodeJS including installation, creating a basic http server, and fetching the current bitcoin price. Before tackling the Blocksize debate, it's important to understand the false narrative surrounding nodes in the BTC fork of Bitcoin. Rick looks at - and dispels - the three most common node myths. ===== For More Information Click The Link To My Website http://www.fuzzthepiguy.tech/ =====... Wie installiere ich einen Bitcoin Full Node auf Windows 10? Jeder zusätzliche Node unterstützt das Bitcoin Netzwerk. Vielleicht möchtest Du auch einen Node i...

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