(which you would pass into bitcoin-cli to tell it where to connect)
if I rpcbind to a different address then localhost, when I try to use bitcoin-cli it cannot connect to the server. Before you assume, it's binded to a private IP on a VLAN that only I control.
We recently added a missing ecc_start to bitcoin-tx... but I can't see any relation
do we have any idea whats causing that? I assume no one has hit it locally? I left test bitcoin running in a loop when I first saw it on the off chance it was an ASLR mediated thing that was only hitting travis sometimes.
bitcoin/0.14 847e375 Wladimir J. van der Laan: qt: pre-rc2 translations update
But it's not something that would make sense as the general Bitcoin protocol I think. Or at least it would be too easily trolled. But people are free to try it out and I hope they do.
I wonder if it would be worthwhile to include a "legal participation" flag of some sort.. so that people who use the services provided by your bitcoin node must agree to the EULA of your node, in order to use it.
the missing bitcoin-tx ECC_Start()
I am having problem understanding following parameters in bitcoin/src/chainparams.cpp
I recently pulled down the changes for Bitcoin Core 0.14 into my Statoshi fork, but one of the metrics is no longer populating and I'm hoping someone can explain if this is by design or if I screwed up
I am new to bitcoin and eager to learn about it.