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The Bitcoin Cash Network is undergoing a network upgrade on 15 November 2020. Due to one of the seven Bitcoin Cash BCH full node software projects attempting to divert 8% of the coinbase reward into a wallet under the control of Amaury Séchet it looks like ABC will provide BCH holders a free airdrop

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How does your bitcoin wallet know which nodes to send your transaction to?

You send a friend 1 BTC, it sends the transaction to nodes. But how? Does a btc wallet just always keep a list of all the current active nodes?
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I run a bitcoin node (Bitcoin Core version v0.20.0), is it as safe as a hardware wallet?

I keep my seed on a Nano.
But was wondering if the Core software wallet is as secure as the hardware wallet.
Sorry if I am asking a dumb ass question.
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How to set up your own Bitcoin node, Electrum wallet and Server - Reclaim your sovereignity, privacy and autonomy

How to set up your own Bitcoin node, Electrum wallet and Server - Reclaim your sovereignity, privacy and autonomy submitted by FilthyPeasantt to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Can you connect electrum wallet to a bitcoin core full node?

I installed electrum and have a bitcoin core full node running in a different machine. Is there a way for my electrum wallet to connect to the full node or am I missing a step? Thanks
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Video 2: How to setup #BitcoinCore Full Node to use with other #Bitcoin Wallet like Specter & Fully Noded. Learn how to download, check signature, install, setup with tor, setup rpcauth and more!

Video 2: How to setup #BitcoinCore Full Node to use with other #Bitcoin Wallet like Specter & Fully Noded. Learn how to download, check signature, install, setup with tor, setup rpcauth and more! submitted by rnvk to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Cost Effective Bitcoin Use: hardware wallet & own node

Cost Effective Bitcoin Use: hardware wallet & own node submitted by stephanlivera to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

[Video] Learn how to setup and use Specter Wallet with your Bitcoin Core Full Node.

[Video] Learn how to setup and use Specter Wallet with your Bitcoin Core Full Node. submitted by rnvk to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Pairing Bitcoin Mobile Wallet to Full Node on Tor

Will a mobile wallet be able to connect to a full node operating solely on the tor network (bitcoin.conf file has onlynet=onion).
I'm guessing that if the mobile is networking on clear net, then no. The question then is.... Is there a way of getting a light mobile client to connect to nodes only through the tor network.
For info, I'm not referencing any particular wallet here, could it be done via Electrum, bitcoin wallet, mycelium etc
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Critque of Roger Ver vs. Tone Vays debate.

  1. With respect to the price of bitcoin transactions. Roger Ver is lying here. You can go and see what the average fee is and the average fee hasn't come close to 3 dollars. Where he might get this is from his wallet which purposefully has high fees. That's programming he put in and is not reflective of the real world use of Bitcoin. Tone's assessment of the fees is actually accurate.
  2. Bitcoin Cash is not secure. It doesn't have the proper hashrate and since it uses the same algorithm as Bitcoin a far larger network it's inherently vulnerable to 51 % attacks. It recently just went through a reorg carried out by 2 of the large mining pools on Bitcoin Cash. Bitcoin Cash proponents claim that unconfirmed transactions are safe. Satoshi never believed unconfirmed transactions were safe for a number of reasons. Despite numerous double spends being executed on the network the proponents continue to make this lie. lightning transactions are cheaper than bitcoin cash. Lightning is suitable for micro transactions (actually less than a satoshi) and they are secure. 99% as secure as bitcoin transactions since it is the Bitcoin blockchain that is behind them. The only issue would be some kind of issue where you couldn't be on the network for an extended period of time and you're connected to a node that tries to steal from you. This will be resolved in the future (also thanks to segwit).
  3. You're really only in complete control of your own money if you run a full node. SPV wallets are great, but you're trusting other nodes. The Eclair wallet is similar to an SPV wallet (uses that same technology) but it is more secure. On Chain SPV wallets you are trusting nodes every transaction. With a SPV/Lightning wallet like Eclair you're only trusting it for 2 transactions per channel and from there you can have many secure transactions. You can also run a full node lightning network as well. It's slightly more cumbersome. Setting up a full node lightning wallet takes 2 times as long as setting up a full node bitcoin wallet because of the extra indexing that is required. It takes roughly the same amount of time to setup a full node bitcoin wallet as it does to do a full node bitcoin cash wallet. Roger isn't comparing apples to apples here. You're not in full control of your money with an SPV wallet using Bitcoin or Bitcoin Cash, but it's a fine solution for most people doing day to day transactions.
Roger always tries to setup his debates in order to win. He typically has easy opponents. The Bitcoin vs Bitcoin Cash debate comes down to the technicals. If you believe in money owned by the people then look at the technicals you will see that Bitcoin Cash does not provide this as an option. The one time Roger had a debate with a technical person he was dominated it was on the Tom Woods show with Jameson Lopp I believe. Roger's political level debates (where logical fallacies are quite effective) works well because he keeps it about economics "bribing" the people with promises of fast/cheap transactions when in reality he uses half truths to make these claims.
There is a lot of money behind the disinformation marketing campaign behind Bitcoin Cash. As evidence I reference the Bitcoin.com wallet which purposefully uses insane fees for Bitcoin to slander Bitcoin.
Don't trust me. Look at the fundamentals of Bitcoin and Blockchains in general and you'll see Bitcoin has a great path and excellent development behind it.
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Do I need to enable wallet mode on my bitcoin full node running on a server?

I've began to run a bitcoin full node on a server recently. I'll use it for this purpose:
when a customer at my e-shop chooses "payment in BTC" and sends bitcoins to a newly generated bitcoin address, I'll need to verify within 10-20 minutes, automatically, that a payment have arrived. Namely, that there's been at least 1 confirmation. And show an appropriate status to a user - "payment received successfully". I know how to interract with a full node via RCP interface.

On a server I don't need to spend any bitcoins, only receive them and check confirmations. On my local computer - yes, I'll need to receive and spend bitcoins, and connect to my full node too, do other things.
Do I need to enable "wallet mode" for the bitcoin full node on the server?
disablewallet = 0 | 1 flag, that is.
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[Video] Learn how to setup and use Specter Wallet with your Bitcoin Core Full Node.

[Video] Learn how to setup and use Specter Wallet with your Bitcoin Core Full Node. submitted by rnvk to coldcard [link] [comments]

I made a lightning tutorial for Breez Wallet. TLDW; seamless swaps between main chain and LN, auto channel management, ability to connect to core node, all non-custodial, zero setup. Thumbs up IMO. (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

I made a lightning tutorial for Breez Wallet. TLDW; seamless swaps between main chain and LN, auto channel management, ability to connect to core node, all non-custodial, zero setup. Thumbs up IMO. (x-post from /Bitcoin) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

I run a bitcoin node (Bitcoin Core version v0.20.0), is it as safe as a hardware wallet? (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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The Bitcoin Cash Network is undergoing a network upgrade on 15 November 2020. Due to one of the seven Bitcoin Cash BCH full node software projects attempting to divert 8% of the coinbase reward into a wallet under the control of Amaury Séchet it looks like ABC will provide BCH holders a free airdrop

The Bitcoin Cash Network is undergoing a network upgrade on 15 November 2020. Due to one of the seven Bitcoin Cash BCH full node software projects attempting to divert 8% of the coinbase reward into a wallet under the control of Amaury Séchet it looks like ABC will provide BCH holders a free airdrop submitted by Antibuddah to CryptoGambler [link] [comments]

[Video] Learn how to setup and use Specter Wallet with your Bitcoin Core Full Node. (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

[Video] Learn how to setup and use Specter Wallet with your Bitcoin Core Full Node. (x-post from /Bitcoin) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

What's the best node raspberry pi node these days? And which wallet to connect to it? (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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How does your bitcoin wallet know which nodes to send your transaction to? (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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Video 2: How to setup #BitcoinCore Full Node to use with other #Bitcoin Wallet like Specter & Fully Noded. Learn how to download, check signature, install, setup with tor, setup rpcauth and more! (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

Video 2: How to setup #BitcoinCore Full Node to use with other #Bitcoin Wallet like Specter & Fully Noded. Learn how to download, check signature, install, setup with tor, setup rpcauth and more! (x-post from /Bitcoin) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

Making a wallet on a Bitcoin node

How would you make a wallet on a Bitcoin node?
If any programming is needed, I would preferably have it be Python code.
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Cost Effective Bitcoin Use: hardware wallet & own node (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

Cost Effective Bitcoin Use: hardware wallet & own node (x-post from /Bitcoin) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

You can now connect your Electrum wallet directly to your Bitcoin full node, with a simple one-click setup!

You can now connect your Electrum wallet directly to your Bitcoin full node, with a simple one-click setup! submitted by shesek1 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

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Running a Bitcoin full node comes with certain costs and can expose you to certain risks. This section will explain those costs and risks so you can decide whether you’re able to help the network. Special Cases. Miners, businesses, and privacy-conscious users rely on particular behavior from the full nodes they use, so they will often run their own full nodes and take special safety ... Diese Wallet gibt Ihnen volle Kontrolle über Ihre Bitcoins. Das bedeutet, dass kein Dritter Ihr Vermögen verlieren oder einfrieren kann. Sie sind aber selbst dafür verantwortlich, Ihre Wallet zu sichern und Backups zu erstellen. Vollständige Validierung Diese Wallet ist ein "Full Node", die Transaktionen im Bitcoin-Netzwerk validiert und weiterleitet. Das bedeutet, dass keinem Dritten ... Usually your wallet comes will all the necessary nodes that is needed to connect to the network. However there are scenarios in which devs fail to add nodes to wallet or they release a new list of nodes after a update. In such cases you’ll have to add nodes manually. There are two different ways in which you can add nodes to your wallet. 1 ... It helps keep the Bitcoin network secure and reduces the trust you are giving others when using 3rd party Bitcoin Explorers or Bitcoin Light Wallet servers. They can track you or give you false information, reducing your security. A “full node”, like the Bitcoin node running on your myNode device, personally validates all blocks in the Bitcoin blockchain making sure your Bitcoin ... Why should you use a full node wallet Summary. Running a full node is the only way you can use Bitcoin in a trustless way. You will know for sure that all the rules of Bitcoin are being followed, for example that no bitcoins are spent not belonging to the owner, that no coins were spent twice, that no inflation happens outside of the schedule and that all the rules needed to make the system ...

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