asu: that question is for #bitcoin, not for here
buy i found if my customer send 0.01bitcoin to another, the fee is 0.00027 bitcoin
i want to build a bitcoin p2p trade web
[bitcoin] laanwj closed pull request #11654: tests: Initialize recently introduced non-static class member lastCycles to zero in constructor (master...uninitialized-members) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/11654
bitcoin/master 084f52f Wladimir J. van der Laan: Merge #11654: tests: Initialize recently introduced non-static class member lastCycles to zero in constructor...
bitcoin/master 069215e practicalswift: Initialize recently introduced non-static class member lastCycles to zero in constructor...
But there is just an utterly stupendous amount of work required, ... the software is highly optimized (and sure, there are also still many things that could be done to make it faster). .. but e.g. compared to ethereum the amount of blockchain bitcoin core processes per second is something like two orders of magnitude greater. ( https://anduck.net/bitcoincore_vs_geth_full_node_stats.png )
LMDB seemed promising but I never got spectacular results, maybe I was just using it wrong, and maybe the approach of not caching at the bitcoin level would work better with it
alright, at a high level i want to know why bitcoin has a caching layer at all: there is already some caching in the kernel page cache, leveldb has some caching og it its own, and then bitcoin itself will cache data for up to 24h
[bitcoin] laanwj closed pull request #11651: refactor: Make all #includes relative to project root (laanwj, MeshCollider, ryanofsky) (master...201711_absolute_includes) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/11651
bitcoin/master 5b56ec9 Wladimir J. van der Laan: qt: refactor: Use absolute include paths in .ui files
bitcoin/master 0c71521 Wladimir J. van der Laan: build: Remove -I for everything but project root...
oopsie, using bitcoin-core latest version on linux (rpc, with php)
i have one app where users are given 1 bitcoin address A, they deposit btc on A and later on they withdraw on their address B. I'd like to use segwit addresses to cut down expenses on network fees (if im getting this right). now i use getnewaddress, sendmany and rawtransactions functions. would it be possible to use $addr = getnewaddress(); $segwit
no, they are conecting to the seconf one, managed by bitcoin-qt
I run 2 different ptor proxies as allowed by Bitcoin Core 0.15.0.1
I think I found an outdated version User Agent on Bitcoin Core 64 bit for Windows v0.15.0.1. I enabled 2 tor proxies, both making bidirectional connections. It happened one of the proxies contacted the other, and that's when I saw a wrong version: User Agent /Satoshi:0.14.0/
There is some layout tension on that; abstracting consensus rules can make them more opaque and harder to review; and bitcoin core is not an altcoin construction set. :) OTOH, sometimes moving things around makes things more clear, enables better testing harnesses, etc.
hm, doing refactoring like that seems like an easy way to get some cheap commits in bitcoin core code :D
Question about bitcoin-core - why is validation.h/.cpp so "overloaded"? It seems to me half of the things in there don't have to do much with validation
Everything ECDSA Public Key (Bitcoin Compatible): 1N2EWy7LroJVFYXtmYZryh7W9eV3k6qajd exists since Mon Oct 02 2017 23:48:19 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time)
Nobody_: You should raise your concerns in the #bitcoin channel rather than in this channel.
also a Faucet in the core is needed for Nobody to send Bitcoin to the requested wallet of your choice, for reasons if it is not avaliable from anyone else the system will continue to function appropriately.
If anybody could get a message to the Bitcoin Core Developers to add the Mining back into the Core that would be perfect, ASIC is not needed to mine and is outdated plus not as power efficient
i just wanted to state that i am requesting as a System that nobody owns and if you abuse the system you abuse yourself some upgrades that need to happen for the Bitcoin Core
just thinking out loud here, but you could train a simple convolutional filter (for example) to learn the best parameters to estimate a fee rate given the fee histogram from the last N time periods; but you'd have to update the convolution parameters for each bitcoin release, and it would be trivial to find pathological values after the fact to trick the trained algorithm
bitcoin/master cbb54e7 Wladimir J. van der Laan: Merge #11533: Docs: Update WSL installation notes for Fall Creators update...
bitcoin/master 73a7e6d Thoragh: Update WSL installation for Fall Creators update
trying to build bitcoin core on WSL, when building the depends it tells me automake is not installed, however it is and both the automake and autoconf commands work when writing them on the terminal
roconnor The signatures used to create the final release are available from https://github.com/bitcoin-core/gitian.sigs . There is no way to get the various build.logs from each of the individual builders.
How popular is the idea of moving from hashcash to another one (not requiring ASICs) in Bitcoin core (not a fork but the real one)?
I'll switch to #bitcoin
oerauakk: I answered that already in #Bitcoin fyi
Can I make bitcoin use segwit addresses for change now, on master, or is that still a subject for discussion on how to do it properly?
also, this discussion probably belongs on #bitcoin
"But in reality that's bullshit, full nodes are useless in the Bitcoin beyond providing connection points, what matter is the ring of inter connected mining nodes that guarantee your new transactions to reach 99% of hash power within 3 seconds."
I was told that there's a proposal from someone (I forget who!) to do multi-process bitcoin core, where some of the processes could be sandboxed (similar to firefox/chrome); does anyone know where I could learn more about this?
So actually I have saved one wallet.dat with all my bitcoins stored some years ago. Then when I want to use some bitcoin I just load one privat key into my new wallet.dat. I am somehow concerned loading my whole wallet with all my bitcoins stored evertime I want to move some bitcoins
it's not what bitcoin core was designed for
blockchain: bitcoin core now supports multiple wallets
[bitcoin] MarcoFalke closed pull request #11055: [wallet] [rpc] getreceivedbyaddress should return error if called with address not owned by the wallet (master...getreceivedbyaddress_error) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/11055
bitcoin/master 95e14dc MarcoFalke: Merge #11055: [wallet] [rpc] getreceivedbyaddress should return error if called with address not owned by the wallet...
bitcoin/master 5e0ba8f John Newbery: [wallet] getreceivedbyaddress should return error if address is not mine