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This tag should be used for questions related to bitcoind, the command-line software for Bitcoin Core. It stands for "Bitcoin Daemon" where a daemon is any computer process which runs in the background ("service" in Windows terminology).

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tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:8333 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN 16899/bitcoind tcp 0 0 w.x.y.z:46840 212.59.241.216:8333 ESTABLISHED 16899/bitcoind … /bitcoind When I type in netstat -anp | grep LISTEN I see the following. …
asked Mar 22 '17 by Jane Wayne
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I'd imagine I would be running in a continuous thread and periodically query bitcoind (the daemon) for the latest batch of transactions. Is this possible? …
asked Feb 10 '17 by Jane Wayne
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I used the command line bitcoin-cli decoderawtransaction <hex-value> and got back a JSON output (see below). However, I noticed there are hex and asm fields that are themselves hex values (at times). …
asked Feb 12 '17 by Jane Wayne
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The reference here for running the bitcoin daemon does not really clarify what maxconnections mean. maxconnections= Maintain at most connections to peers (default: 125) Is this the max connectio …
asked Apr 10 '17 by Jane Wayne
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Is this a sign of bad peers to my bitcoind? When I check on blockchain.info, I see that the number of Bitcoin transactions added to the mempool per second fluctuates between 2 and 11. …
asked Apr 25 '17 by Jane Wayne
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I noticed that the bitcoin-cli getrawtransaction does not show the addresses of input transactions. For example, I execute the following command. bitcoin-cli getrawtransaction eb9f2d61771d923d5d2945c …
asked Feb 18 '17 by Jane Wayne
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Is there any way to configure the bitcoin daemon (bitcoind) to just broadcast unconfirmed transactions? …
asked Apr 19 '17 by Jane Wayne
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I have been calling the HTTP method getrawtransaction for a while now to retrieve raw transactions. It used to be, until recently, that I would get the time field with every transaction. However, in t …
asked Mar 28 '17 by Jane Wayne