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I can't parse the UTXO from the chainstate

I got it :_) I used binary.ReadUvarint which not the same as ReadVarint in the Bitcoin Core (https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/blob/0d509bab45d292caeaf34600e57b5928757c6005/src/serialize.h#L465) So ...
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How do miners manually add transaction to a block template?

Does it work something like this? No, not really. generateblock is a testing only RPC that actually mines a block using the internal CPU miner, itt does not make a block template. So it's completely ...
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Using Bitcoin Core Regtest in classroom

You could consider using a custom signet instead. Other than regtest, it’s not a sandbox environment, but an actual network. I think you should for example not need to change ports for signet. You’d ...
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Using Bitcoin Core Regtest in classroom

It works with following configuration files (on different machines): Main PC: regtest=1 server=1 [regtest] port=18332 rpcport = 18333 rpcuser=bitcoinrpc rpcpassword=password rpcallowip=0.0.0....
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Bitcoin Core Wallet - Google Authenticator?

Bitcoin Core does not have a 2FA functionality.
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Where is the data directory from the initial Bitcoin Core Welcome prompt saved on a Mac?

The configuration is saved as key 'strDataDir' of /Users/xxx/Library/Preferences/org.bitcoin.Bitcoin-Qt.plist in Mac.
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