bitcoind is the command-line interface for Bitcoin. It stands for "Bitcoin Daemon" where a daemon is any computer process which runs in the background ("service" in Windows terminology). bitcoind connects to the Bitcoin network and passes transactions, updates the block chain, etc.

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I am not able to connect to download blockchain in logoscoin. It shows active connection, I am also attach debug logs below:

2015-01-24 06:18:15 Logos version v0.8.6.4-ga5aedeb-beta (2015-01-22 22:29:38 -0800) 2015-01-24 06:18:15 Using OpenSSL version OpenSSL 1.0.1f 6 Jan 2014 2015-01-24 06:18:15 Default data directory ...
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json_rpc_call solo mining with bitcoin running on Windows 7 for antminer

I setup BitcoinD on a Windows 7 PC. I configured for defaults except user/pw and rpcallowip=192.168.1.0/255.255.255.0. have also tried 192.168.1.* with no luck. I ultimately want to use an Antminer ...
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I want to accept bitcoin on my raspberry pi

I have a web server running on a raspberry pi and I want to accept bitcoins. I have very little disk space so I don't have room to install bitcoind. I don't trust any third party services to process ...
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pycoin command line transaction

Is there a quick way to do transactions knowing only the private key(secret exponent) and the destination address, preferably from a command line utility such as pycoin? I am using Debian/Ubuntu and ...
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What is criteria of mining priority except for transaction-fee?

I am reading "Mastering Bitcoin written by Andreas" and I found this explanation of mining. Transactions are added to the new block, prioritized by the highest-fee transactions first and a few ...
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Fatal error: Uncaught exception 'Exception' with message 'Invalid Response'

Fatal error: Uncaught exception 'Exception' with message 'Invalid Response' in C:\xampp\htdocs\jsonRPCClient.php:155 Stack trace: 0 C:\xampp\htdocs\jsonRPCClient.php(87): ...
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How to use the bitcoin client without downloading the blockchain?

I would like to be able to use the bitcoin python client to be able to do things like sign transactions offline, create transactions, create multisig transactions, etc. Is there a way to do this ...
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How to send user input data(Bitcoin address) from iPhone to server and then send Bitcoin back to user's Bitcoin address?

Background I just got started yesterday learning Python and I'm currently building my first iPhone game. What I'm trying to do is create a Bitcoin Pot Jar inside an iPhone app like ...
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walletNotify on every Bitcoin Network transaction

Is there any way by which I can receive each and every Bitcoin transaction that takes place on the Bitcoin network(not only my own wallet's transactions)? Just the way Blockchain.info provides a ...
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How to use bitcoin-python

I'm trying to create a bitcoin address with the bitcoin-python library. I tried this code: import bitcoinrpc bitcoinrpc.connect_to_local().getnewaddress() But I got this error: error: [Errno ...
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Receiving `error: {“code”:-25,“message”:“”}` on sendrawtransaction with v0.9.3

I'm running a bitcoind regtest node. When trying to relay a transaction (created using bitcoin-ruby) I receive error: {"code":-25,"message":""} When I restart the node and relay the exact same ...
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Bitcoind blocks fell behind sometimes

I ran 6 or 7 bitcoinds with version 0.93 on CentOs. I used the default configuration on all of them. Sometimes I found one or two fell behind the others. And I need restart them, then they would work. ...
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bitcoin-cli fails with auth error

I run it like the below. bitcoind -datadir=/Users/varunvb/Downloads -conf=/Users/varunvb/Downloads/bitcoin.conf -daemon When I run (Using the user name and password as in the config file) ...
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why is bitcoind is missing from /usr/local/bin?

i just followed the instructions from degreesof zero built, made and installed bitcoind, but bitcoind was missing from the location above. What's wrong with the procedures please? thanks ...
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bitcoind stops working

I have an Ubuntu 14.04 512Mb RAM/100Gb HDD server which I use to host a remote bitcoin node. bitcoind currently catches up and for some reason it just stops working after 10-20 minutes or so every ...
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Can you make a profit mining with CPU/GPU? [duplicate]

A Radeon HD 7950 has the fallowing hash rates: Around 600 MH/s for Bitcoin Around 600 KH/s for Litecoin I used this calculator https://bitcoinwisdom.com/bitcoin/difficulty ... so I would get : ...
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Bitcoind suspend when Synchronizing blocks

My bitcoind started synchronising blocks. The bitcoind version is 0.93. When the bitcoind found an orphan blocks in the synchronising process, it seems stop and did not work. the message from the log ...
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“value” field in raw transaction: Rounded Bitcoins (float) or Satoshis?

I am getting confused about the Bitcoin amount presentation in a raw transaction's "value" field. If i want to spend 0.05 BTC, for instance, which of these is the correct value? "value" : 0.05 ...
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Bitcoind running in vagrant can't import bootstrap.dat from external directory

I am working on a bitcoin development environment in a box, and I've got the bitcoin reference implementation compiling and running so far in this vagrant environment: ...
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How to get a wallet address and set label via RPC?

I'm familiar with the basic RPC commands, but I'm having trouble retrieving/adding an address to a wallet, using purely RPC calls (i.e. bitcoind only, not bitcoin-qt). My understanding is that ...
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accept bitcoin payments for orders without 3rd party software

I've been searching for an open-source alternative to blockchain.info's Receive Payments API (https://blockchain.info/api/api_receive). I want to run bitcoind on my own server and have payments ...
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How much memory (RAM) does a Bitcoin node use?

How much memory (RAM) does a Bitcoin node use? I am planning on running a Bitcoin full-node on a RasPi Model A+. It only has 256MB of RAM, so I'm not sure if this will work. Most of the threads on ...
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Error -25 when bitcoind sendrawtransaction

I am trying to send a bitcoin raw transaction, but always got such an error. what's the possible explaination? bitcoind --testnet sendrawtransaction ...
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bitcoind getnewaddress: Why I can see the generated address on Blockchain.info without broadcast?

I have a question about bitcoind's getnewaddress command. After I generated by using the command, I can search the address on Blockchain.info. As far as I checked bitcoind's log, bitcoind did not ...
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bitcoind: How to generate new address and broadcast?

I have my own server running bitcoind. Could you tell me how to generate new bitcoin address, sign and broadcast? My goal is that I can see the generated address's balance on Blockchain.info. As for ...
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When does the “reject” string have an empty reject reason upon submitting a new block?

I submitted a new block using the rpc command submit. And I just got a "reject" string without a reject reason. I checked the bitcoind source code, and found that it usually sends a reject reason; ...
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Bitcoin, detecting deposits to the node.js server (code review)

I'm trying to detect deposits that user will made. I explained it with comment lines in below. Can you are there any flaw in it? var _ = require('underscore') var check = function(client, site) { ...
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bitcoind JSON-RPC interface timeouts under unit tests

I am running unit tests against bitcoind which do JSON-RPC requests in high rate. Random failures are an issue. E.g. if you have something like this in printconsole logs: ThreadRPCServer ...
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Safely interrupt -reindex?

My database became corrupted and I had to reindex: bitcoind --daemon -reindex It takes my computer quite some time and CPU power. It's been running for an hour but it will take at least 4 more ...
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Proving the address belongs to a shared wallet where one can control some deposits and withdrawals

A bitcoin exchange is using a shared web wallet where its users deposits and withdraw bitcoins. The withdrawal transactions are merged, so that the pending transactions of several users are grouped ...
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NoClassDefFoundError when using Java Coinbase API

I've simply downloaded an API .jar file of a Coinbase. I've created a project dynamic web project. I added successfully into a reference library that API. Here is my simple program: import ...
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What exactly are the rev00000.dat files?

I've been looking at the on disk structured generated by the standard bitcoin-qt client. It looks to me that the rev?????.dat files are reverse application for blocks? So I imagine every single spent ...
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Querying insight-api to dump all addresses with a positive balance

It's been some time I've been using 'insight-api' (https://github.com/bitpay/insight-api) and I couldn't find any documentation / anything helpful to query leveldb in a way that all addresses with a ...
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Bitcoind fails to start on Centos 5.8

When I try to start bitcoind on Centos 5.8 I immediately receive the following error: bitcoind: /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6: version `GLIBCXX_3.4.11' not found (required by bitcoind) bitcoind: ...
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Bitcoind confirmations during fork

I'm using bitcoind's JSONRPC interface to get transaction information for my wallet, specifically, I'm running a little script every time a block gets broadcast (using -blocknotify) which calls the ...
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Why am I not getting payments on my bitcoind on an amazon ec2 instance?

I have an amazon ec2 instance running a web server, MySQL server, and bitcoin daemon on ubuntu 14.04, and I ran ./bitcoind getnewaddress and the output was an address. I sent a few cents worth of ...
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where is the code about sending command getblocks in bitcoin source code

I am reading the protocol part. One silly question. I found the part processing getblocks part, but i did not find when and where to send the getblocks command.Or it is deleted in the new bitcoin ...
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Security: Blockchain.info vs bitcoind

I want to set up a website that needs an online bitcoin wallet (able to deposit and withdraw at any time). Would it be better to use the blockchain.info's infrastructure through API commands or should ...
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rpcallowip=192.168.0.* ?? invalid configuration

I recently downloaded bitcoin from github and changed the settings to allow for rpc. This is how I have it: rpcallowip=192.168.0.* This does not work anymore. However when running bitcoind, it ...
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OP_RETURN transaction doesn't go to the blockchain

I created transaction with OP_RETURN adding some information. Even though transaction hash created successfully, the transaction doesn't go to blockchain properly. Could you please help me to do this ...
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C++ code for traverse though all the blocks in blockchain?

In my project for one particular functionality, I want to traverse through all the Transactions. For that purpose I want to traverse through all the blocks in blockchain.
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Bitcoind transaction data verification

I find myself a victim of either my poor googling skills, or the lack of detail in the bitcoind docs. I have a walletNotify script running on a full node that whenever a transaction to / from my ...
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Decode blocks received and Store in another file for analyzing

I am working on a bitcoin research project. I want to decode receiving blocks from the block chain and store decoded data in a separate file for analyzing purposes. For this purpose I digs the ...
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JSON RPC calls for Armory wallet

I'm trying to access an armory wallet via RPCs. For instance using the procedure listreceivedbyaddress should ideally return all of the addresses in my Armory wallet. However, when I run this from my ...
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What is the easiest way to associate an utxo to a specific account?

I'm building a web application that uses bitcoind's accounts to track user balances. My dev env is currently in regtest mode. I am working on calculating the network transaction fee prior to creating ...
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Difference between bitcoin-tx, bitcoin-cli, and bitcoind?

I just pulled from the bitcoin github and compiled, and noticed that there were three executable generated: bitcoin-cli bitcoin-tx bitcoind I have not heard of bitcoin-tx before, what is it? ...
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Which part of code (function) handles received transactions?

I was trying to understand the flow of control between functions (operations performed and their order) when a transaction is received.
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Insert data to transaction with OP_RETURN

This might be a possible duplicate with this. I want to know a proper way to insert additional string with OP_RETURN and retrieve the transaction from block chain and decode it accordingly. Thank ...
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How does serializing in coins.h work?

I'm talking specifically about this: /** pruned version of CTransaction: only retains metadata and unspent transaction outputs * * Serialized format: * - VARINT(nVersion) * - VARINT(nCode) * - ...
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How to add additional information to transaction?

I want to add some additional information to my specific transaction, so that I can send the additional information to blockchain.