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  • == Controlling Bitcoin Core == ...coind'' or ''bitcoin-qt -server''. You can control it via the command-line bitcoin-cli utility or by [http://json-rpc.org/wiki/specification HTTP JSON-RPC] co
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  • ...andscape, focusing on topics like phishing, online fraud, malware, and Web 2.0 security. He has co-authored over 50+ technical articles, 25+ patent applic
    712 bytes (91 words) - 02:12, 8 March 2015
  • ...ee) was a form of exchange that provided services to users to sell assets, bitcoin bonds listed with the exchange. A version 2.0 with a vastly revamped architecture was launched on March 24, 2012<ref>[htt
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  • ...of some pools and their payout methods: [http://organofcorti.blogspot.com/ Bitcoin network and pool analysis] ...ge || [[NMC]] || PPS || {{PoolFees}} || 2.0% || 0% || {{Yes}} || {{Yes}}
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  • This pages gathers resources for the implementation of a Bitcoin wallet on a smart card. * the reading device is connected to a full bitcoin node; it can be trusted for getting and sending blockchain information.
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  • [https://electrum.org Electrum] is a lightweight Bitcoin client, based on a client-server protocol. * Encrypted wallet: the file that contains bitcoin [[private keys]] is protected with a password, and never leaves the user's
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  • ...to an unworkable consensus mechanism.<ref>https://download.wpsoftware.net/bitcoin/pos.pdf</ref> ...ompared is the amount of Bitcoin a miner holds - someone holding 1% of the Bitcoin can mine 1% of the "Proof of Stake blocks".
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  • A bitcoin client is the end-user software that facilitates [[private key]] generation ; Network Security : Clients which more fully implement the Bitcoin network protocol are safer -- they can't be as easily tricked by powerful a
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  • [[Bech32]] is a bitcoin [[address]] format specified by [[BIP 0173]]. It is used for the native seg | bcoin || {{Yes}} || {{Yes}} || {{Yes|Since 2.2.0}} || {{Evaluating|??}} ||
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  • ...monitoring. All its products can be bought [[Anonymity|anonymously]] for [[Bitcoin|bitcoins]] ...irate Roberts." On 6 November 2013 Forbes and Vice reported that Silk Road 2.0 was online and being run by former administrators of Silk Road and that a d
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  • ...gle coin, then the ownership of the house can be transferred with a simple Bitcoin transaction. * Issue bitcoin and colored coin dividends
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  • AntMiner is a brand name for bitcoin mining ASIC hardware. ANTMINER S1 is a Bitcoin mining rig with a speed of 180 GH/s.
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  • ...le anonymity (like [[Zerocoin]]), the increase in privacy in comparison to Bitcoin is considerable. ...gen, which is also likely to be a pseudonym. The white paper "CryptoNote v 2.0" is dated back to October 2013.<ref>https://cryptonote.org/whitepaper.pdf</
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  • ...d managing '''real world assets''' on top of the [[Bitcoin#The_block_chain|Bitcoin Blockchain]]. ...given [[Address|bitcoin address]]. A ''colored coins wallet'' can create a Bitcoin transaction that encodes sending 50 units of an asset from one address to a
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  • Due to the rising hashrate of the bitcoin network caused by the introduction of ASICs to the market, GPU mining Bitco | 4350 || 6.93 || 0.346 ||0.16 || 20 || 575 || 80 || - || PCI-E 2.0 x16 || poclbm || -w 32, don't use vectors
    131 KB (14,247 words) - 01:43, 10 June 2019
  • ...itcoin] is a set of cross platform, open source C++ libraries for building bitcoin applications. The toolkit consists of libraries, examples, tests and applic * Privacy: Bitcoin should always remain as private as possible for its users.
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  • ...ress), the client is compatible with both [[Obelisk]] and [[Bitcoin_Server|Bitcoin Server]]. #include <bitcoin/client.hpp>
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  • |notes=Introduction date is "21 Bitcoin Computer" availability date.<ref>http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B014RD021 ...hip to be used in embedded applications.<ref>https://medium.com/@21dotco/a-bitcoin-miner-in-every-device-and-in-every-hand-e315b40f2821</ref>
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  • Comments-URI: https://github.com/bitcoin/bips/wiki/Comments:BIP-0103 ...proved as well as their availability on the market, there is no reason why Bitcoin's fundamental transaction rate cannot improve proportionally.
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  • ...h [http://cuber.ee/news LHV bank in Estonia] and [http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/bitcoin-innovators-launch-syndicated-startup-investment-market-using-coloured-coins ...gle coin, then the ownership of the house can be transferred with a simple Bitcoin transaction.
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