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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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You acquire Bitcoin one of two ways. You either buy it or earn it. If you want to earn Bitcoin you are looking for Bitcoin mining unless your boss wants to pay your salary in BTC. There are also web …
answered Apr 17 '18 by Willtech
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Welcome to Bitcoin.SE! You need to add the -datadir={dir} parameter to your command line. A full list of command line options is available if you key bitcoind --help …
answered Mar 8 '18 by Willtech
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You need a way for an onion service to be created, connected to and advertised. Usually, with Tor running on the same machine, just start bitcoind with the following option should do it depending if … your installed versions of Tor and Bitcoin Core are new enough: >bitcoind -listenonion You may also need to override -bind=, -discover=, listen= and -externalip= after that to suit your exact …
answered Feb 10 '18 by Willtech
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: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=145386.0 Bitcoin-Qt/bitcoind version 0.7.1 and later supports a special import feature: If the file "bootstrap.dat" is found in the bitcoin data …
answered Feb 23 '18 by Willtech
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If you run: >bitcoin-cli help submitblock It provides some information and says in part: See https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/BIP_0022 for full specification. Which states for submitblock: This …
answered Feb 11 '18 by Willtech
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I am curious, what is the bottle neck for the transaction rate? If I broadcast several thousand valid transactions per second onto the Bitcoin network; Those transactions will be validated when …
answered Jun 7 '18 by Willtech
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It is usually better to build a tagged version than from just off the top of master which may have additional changes. More recently there were some dependancy changes[1]. In the /bitcoin directory …
answered Mar 3 '18 by Willtech
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Jestin - As it stands, the least expensive (both time and money) and fastest way for you to obtain a usable amount of bitcoin is either to purchase some, or sell a product/service in exchange for s …
answered Apr 30 '18 by Willtech
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. Presuming everything is fine and it is not stuck, it is okay to just start with bitcoind -daemon and it will do what it needs to. …
answered Jul 3 '18 by Willtech
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Using bitcoin-cli getnetworkinfo; Or, going into Help>Debug>Console in bitcoin-qt and typing getnetworkinfo; What does localaddresses:score tell me?
asked Feb 4 '18 by Willtech
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Depending on the version of Bitcoin Core and Tor you are using, there is the possibility that your installation was actually making use of Tor control and not actually using the configuration from you …
answered Feb 10 '18 by Willtech
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of connectivity you should work through the basics: Restart your modem and router equipment. Shut down bitcoind with >bitcoin-cli stop. Reboot your Ubuntu host and reboot your Docker session … , restart bitcoind. Can you resolve DNS queries from your Docker session, can you make successful HTTP requests from your Docker session (curl down some file or wget)? Can you >nmap seed.btc.petertodd.org -p …
answered Feb 16 '18 by Willtech
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local PC wallet and my node. If you run bitcoind on server 1 and on client pc 1 run >bitcoin-qt -connect={server 1} then client pc 1 should not try to connect to any other nodes. When you say securely …
answered Feb 24 '18 by Willtech
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Your settings look correct for the versions you would have been using, I do not know about bitseed.conf however. For a more up to date guide for setting up Bitcoin Core to run over Tor, you can try t …
answered Feb 8 '18 by Willtech
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So do I require to download all blocks of bitcoin-cash node? Yes. Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash share a history, but only up to the fork. Possibly you might be able to make yourself a bootstrap.dat up to …
answered Mar 21 '18 by Willtech

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