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Questions concerned with (full) nodes, i.e. relay points in the Bitcoin network.

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Can I connect from lnd on vps to bitcoind on my home network?

I want to change my lnd on ec2 from neutrino mode to full node mode and connect to my Umbrel bitcoind at home, I do not want to use ssh tunneling as much as possible and would like to connect to ...
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How and when do nodes stop broadcasting a transaction?

Suppose a node begins broadcasting a signed transaction. Question 1. At what stage is the signature verified? In §5 of the whitepaper, verification only appears during block acceptance after mining. ...
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The nmap script bitcoin-getaddr often does not return a response

For a project I need to write a scraper that sends a GetAddr request to all Bitcoin nodes. I determine the reachable nodes using the bitnodes.io API. Then I go through all the IPs and send a request ...
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I am running Bitcoin core, how can I tell if my node is a 'full' validating node or a 'listening' node?

I understand there is a difference between the two. But how can I tell?
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Running a Node To Support the Network [duplicate]

Is there compensation in sats for individuals who invest in running nodes in support of the Network?
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It only takes 20,000 computers to alter the Bitcoin blockchain?

Google says As of now, there are roughly 12,130 public nodes running on the Bitcoin network. So in a nearby small city, there are 70,000 people. If 1 household is assumed to have 3 people on average,...
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Network Unroutable

I just started running bitcoin core on a dedicated laptop. I wanted to see if my node is connected to my Wasabi wallet so I sent some sats from Strike. In the peers list Wasabi shows up but under ...
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Connecting A Wallet To A Pruned Node

I've connected sparrow wallet to a pruned bitcoin node but all my utxos are not showing. I would imagine that since I haven't spent them and since pruned nodes still keep the entire bitcoin UTXO set, ...
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blockchain nodes that dont get the new block

i read somewhere that after 40 second of creating a new block in the blockchain there's still 5% of the nodes that does not have the block, what happens to them if they were offline or down at that ...
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Not able to create private V3 onion service

I'm trying to secure my onion service running on my VPS node. I followed the steps of the official tor guide and this guide. Everything works fine UNTIL I get to the point where I have to modify the ...
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Can a node be maliciously programmed to validate all the transactions coming from a specific entity?

In a blockchain there are miner nodes and validator nodes. The job of a validator node is to validate transactions to be included in the mempool, broadcast or propagate the transaction for the other ...
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What if there where no nodes to share a new block

I am fairly new to blockchain technology, so bear with me if i make mistakes So lets say there are 10 people trading a cryptocurrency 5 of them are online from 8 to 10 am and the other half on online ...
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Connection Reset after sending mempool message

I build a python script to talk to bitcoin test nodes. When I'm sending mempool messages, my connection is getting is reset. Also sometimes when connecting to Jimmy Song's testnet node (testnet....
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What is Jailing tx HASH?

I participate in the testnet (I am a validator), and one of the tasks is to force myself to go to jail and write a timestamp, jailing block height and jailing tx HASH, but as far as I know there are ...
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Why blockchain new node verify all transactions in blocks?

Hello I'm the student studying blockchain and bitcoin. I have a question that why all node verify all transactions in blocks. I check if new node connect bitcoin network, then the all transactions in ...
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bitcoincore with linux (tgz) or arm linux

I am running a node on a raspberry pi 4 model B 8gb with linux as os, should I update bitcoincore with linux (tgz) or arm linux.
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Will the bitcoin blockchain eventually grow too large to be able to be run 'by anyone'?

A key component of bitcoin is its decentralization (which effectively only exists with BTC and virtually nothing else). Part of this decentralization is the decentralization of the bitcoin nodes, ...
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When is a Bitcoin transaction considered as "first version" by a node?

Given what Satoshi once said: The network nodes only accept the first version of a transaction they receive to incorporate into the block they're trying to generate. My question to that: What makes ...
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What makes the bitcoin network decentralized? is it the nodes or the miners or both?

I wonder what makes the bitcoin network decentralized? Do nodes participate in making the network decentralized? or is it just the miners and all about the hash power to take over the network aka 51%&...
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Do nodes or miners have ids

Do bitcoin nodes or miners have ids that can be used to identify them. Like how do we know if it is the same miner that has added several blocks consecutively? Or how can I identify a node uniquely?
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Can Bitcoin nodes vote to increase the money supply beyond 21 million?

Is it possible for 51% of the Bitcoin nodes to pool and vote to increase the money supply limit? Is that allowed in the protocol?
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To run a full node, should I get a static IP address from my ISP?

I have a router connecting my home LAN to the ISP. After opening port 8333 on the router, and forwarding it the computer running the node, bitnodes.io confirmed the node was reachable. However, ...
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Is it possible to restrict Bitcoin's network traffic?

Bitcoin is just a software running on a computer communicating securely with peers on the internet. What will it take purely in technical terms to ban Bitcoin nodes from communicating with the network?...
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How could a decentralized network limit the amount of nodes to one per user

Proof of Elapsed Time seems like a great idea to me, but in fully decentralized and public networks (like one similar to bitcoin) this would bring problems with it as one could just put up as many ...
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Does receiving a transaction interrupt proof-of-work? [duplicate]

As I understand it, when a transaction is broadcast to a node it then gets relayed across the whole network. If you have a collection of transactions that you're trying to figure out the nonse for and ...
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If there are a significant number of pruned nodes on the network will it impact network security?

The size of the Bitcoin blockchain is reaching 350 MB and adding more than 60GB per year. I feel verification node centralization a risk if the cost of storage does not drop. My question 1: Is using ...
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Bitcoind information about the input and output

Im trying to get the wallets/accounts the money got sent to. But getrawtransaction does not give any information about the reciever or sender
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How do Blockchain Explorers lookup wallets? [Balance]

How do Blockchain Explorers lookup wallet balances? Im trying to make my own explorer. For example Bitcoin-cli does not have a method (function) to lookup a wallets balance. listtransactions does not ...
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no output on gettxout method [All Blocks Are Counted]

litecoin-cli gettxout "9d56b3bf179a988873fc2162d70bba44849ef822764c9049a0f722b5fdc9acc1" 1 This is the command im using to get information about a transaction. litecoind -txindex=1 -daemon -...
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Are there any downsides to banning node crawlers?

There are multiple entities and open-source software that crawl the Bitcoin P2P network to discover and monitor nodes for various purposes (statistics, surveys, academic papers etc.) Some of those I ...
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Public Bitcoin Nodes? [No API]

i've been searching for hours now. Also on StackExchange here. Are there any public nodes that i can connect to using jsonrpc? I want to lookup stuff (im not into generating priv keys or anything) but ...
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How much info share bitcoin nodes between other nodes?

1.If we assume bitcoin nodes share the other nodes addresses in the end every node know other nodes adresses right? 2.If we share data through network every node share the same information other ...
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How do nodes contribute to security when the power comes from mining and what is the chain of transaction validation?

Blockchain security comes from the decentralisation of hashing power by miners. They append transactions to a block, perform PoW and add them to the blockchain when that validate blocks. How do nodes ...
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BTC Node for Dummies [duplicate]

Just downloaded, and I am now running a BTC pruned node. Is there a good primer or beginner's guide to running it? I have more questions than I think I can ask in one post.
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What happens if nodes have different P2P versions during discovery?

My understanding is that nodes connecting to each other to exchange messages starts with a version handshake such that each node sends its P2P protocol version and gets an acknowledgement and vice ...
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Relocating Physical Node Location

Are you able to relocate your node's physical location (i.e., move from Oregon to New York) and keep all the channels you've established intact?
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Where can I find a high performance search capabilities in a Bitcoin node implementation?

Where can I find a Bitcoin node implementation, which is capable of thousands of searches per minute, without degrading performance of the node? I am aware of two Bitcoin node implementations. ...
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If I buy an ASIC miner and run it at home, do I become a Bitcoin node?

I tried to find the Bitlist visualization as mentioned in the documentary The Rise and Rise of Bitcoin, but could not but instead found https://bitnodes.io/ It says there are 9741 nodes. Does that ...
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Can a customized or non-bitcoin node be made to talk to a bitcoin node?

Is it possible to create a node with some different code from the bitcoin nodes but still able to talk to the bitcoin nodes? Is it possible for someone to customize their own node to add some ...
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How many computers are connected to the "Ledger" or the Blockchain of Bitcoin?

Somebody asked me about Bitcoin and I explained to him many many computers are connected to the Blockchain to keep records of all the accounts (or to keep addresses of the bitcoin and owner?). But how ...
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Can I be the transaction processor and take in transaction fees as income without mining a Bitcoin?

Can I be the transaction processor and take in transaction fees as income without mining a Bitcoin? Would the fees be so low that it is not practical? Or is it true that I have to be a miner in order ...
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What stops an attacker from crippling the Bitcoin network?

An individual (or government) who wants to bring down the Bitcoin network could conceivably broadcast a ton of junk/illegitimate transactions to the network thereby consuming the bandwidth and ...
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How to reliably check if your bitcoin onion node is reachable as advertised?

If getpeerinfo returns a good number of outbound onion peers but none show up as inbound:true, how do you check if your node is properly reachable as advertised? Several guides and forum answers ...
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What bitcoin core options can be changed without a restart?

I often experiment with new bitcoin core options (like zmq, debug and fee options) and I would like to avoid restarting my node for them to take effect. If I am not mistaken, changing the RPC password,...
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how does bitcoin's 6 confirmation really help?

I've read the following: transaction is “confirmed” once it is buried 6 blocks into the blockchain. This is taken to be a sufficient proof of work such that reversing 6 blocks to double spend coins ...
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How exactly does "CoinDance" determine the current number of public Bitcoin nodes?

On this URL: https://coin.dance/nodes It says how many public Bitcoin nodes are currently active in the world, and how many Bitcoin Core ones. While it's good that I can grab these numbers from that ...
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Lightning Node hardware

Will I, or anybody have more capabilities with a Lightning Node, that is CPU or GPU Powered? For instances a more powerful computer vs Raspberry Pi’s
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Can you run a full Bitcoin node on Node.js?

Are there bitcoin full node implementations running on Node.js? Node.js is the server side language that I'm most familiar with so I was wondering if I can run a full bitcoin node on Node.js? I just ...
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Why was the BIP33 ("Stratized Nodes") never implemented?

What are the technical reasons that BIP33 was never implemented ?
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bitcoin node take transactions fee and validate them [closed]

a bitcoin node check transactions and validate them . does it take transaction s fee. when validate transactions how much bitcoin transaction fees for a node.and possible reduce fees in a bitcoin node
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