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Questions tagged [fallback-nodes]

Fallback nodes are trusted hard-coded IP addresses that are providing reliable peer addresses for Clients.

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cloning bitcoin how bitcoin find new nodes

I am studying blockchain, cpp and crypto so I cloned bitcoin and created a new altcoin. everything it is working fine as I expected, but i have some questions which i could not find a answer. the ...
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Who maintains list of bitcoin nodes and aren't they a weak link in the security of the system?

I understand that between the people who run Bitcoin nodes, and therefore the Bitcoin protocol, the system is trust-less and secure. However, there seems to be a weak link - the official list of ...
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Does bitcoin-core software/client connects with only same version number nodes?

i am trying to connect to maximum number of nodes. i noticed there are many receive version message in debug.log file so i have question, does the bitcoin-core connects to only those having either ...
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What is [::]:0 address in bitcoin debug.log?

I am trying to run and connect multiple nodes on a single machine, i.e different nodes using different ports. I am having trouble in connecting the nodes and making them talk to each other. While ...
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Where can I find a list of reliable nodes?

I know about https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Fallback_Nodes but this list does not look very reliable or even up-to-date. There is any other place that I can find a better list?
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How to setup a DNS Seeds node and a Seed Node (for Litecoin clone)

I'm doing this for study purposes (creating a Litecoin clone). I read somewhere that for SCRYPT clones, the DNS Seeds nodes aren't necessary? If I do need them, how to I setup these nodes. I know a ...
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What are seednodes?

A follow up from a comment on this answer. What are seednodes, and how do they differ from fallback nodes?
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How often does Bitcoin connect to the fallback nodes?

Does the standard client have a preference for connecting to fallback nodes (for example, by trying to have at least 1 connection to such node at all times), or are they treated like any other nodes?
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Testnet fallback nodes

Is there a list of nodes on Testnet that work like the fallback nodes on the Mainnet? I am trying to test my Bitcoin communication code and I'd like to start with just one IP I can rely to be on and ...