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how to keep private data on private blockchain?

I have a data like this {'user_id' : 'abc', 'game_id' : '123', 'team' : ['a','b','c'], 'pool_id': '1001'} I want to store the above data in a private blockchain so that people can see. ...
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How does a Merkle tree differ to a binary tree [duplicate]

how does a Merkle tree differ to a binary/redblack tree with strings of hashes ? Is there anything I am missing ?
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What can you do in case the number of blocks becomes greater than the maximal number of files that can be stored in a file system (ext4, FAT, etc.)?

In this case (which has actually happened to me), if I sync all blocks, they fill up the whole file system table of the volume. What is the best way to solve it? Using one directory that is split ...
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Can I sync my node in SSD drive, then move it to HDD and repeat?

I lose so much time just syncing the last state. And it gets my HDD so busy. I think I should buy a SSD for that. But if I could manage to just use to sync the last state and then move it to HDD, from ...
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Bcoin - chain database location

'use strict'; const Chain = require('bcoin/lib/blockchain/chain'); const chain = new Chain({ network: 'main' }); (async () => { await chain.open(); console.log(chain.tip); })(); The ...
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Where do wallets such as Exodus store the blockchain?

I recently installed Exodus and as soon as I configured my wallet it was ready to go. It did not appear to need to download gigabytes-large blockchain for any of the currencies I transferred into it. ...
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Is it feasible to store information in the Bitcoin system?

I see that some new services are based on the possibility of storing information in the bitcoin system. For example, you can use it to store an encrypted file with a blueprint of an invention. Is ...
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lookup in distributed ledgers

We know that the bitcoin distributed ledgers is stored in a serialized blockchain based on the transactions' chronicle order. The current size of this database is about 100 GB. How can they search ...