Considering the Bitcoin client for Windows 0.8.1: So the best way (if I have already used up 100 keys) is to send bitcoins to different wallet and then to newly generated one? When I want new keys, ...
I'm a little confused by this, which i found in the technical documention: When wallet passphrase enrcyption becomes enabled, any unused keys from the keypool are flushed (marked as used) and ...
How does an encrypted wallet persist used keys from “getnewaddress” and the keypool after a restart?
I'm reading this wiki on wallet encryption and am confused on how I can call getnewaddress as described here and where that is being tracked after a restart of bitcoind. When a wallet is ...
Once a wallet file is initially created, does the reference client generate additional private keys?
I'm just assuming that the wallet.dat file created by the reference client contains just one private key. (Correct me if I'm wrong here) I want to know if the client generates additional private keys ...
The initial question asked was as follows, but it turned out to be nothing to do with keypools: I had keypool=1000 before. Now I started bitcoind (the daemon version) with keypool=10000 option, ...
Say someone wanted to be evil to the main client and set its wallet to contain one key, lock it, and then start mining. After the first block was generated, the client would traditionally create a new ...