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cgi miner shows A: The number of Accepted shares R: The number of Rejected shares minerd reports yay or boo. see What do `minerd`s feedback messages (LONGPOLL, yay, boo) mean?


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One of the problems of Java is the verbosity of the language. However, it is also true that the life of the language it is very old in these that. I fall into the problem to talk with the bitcoin rpc interface for one of my side projects on c-lightning and I was not able to find a clean library that is able to talk also with other rpc interfaces derived from ...


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I am the one who made the video, and the video is a real wallet, but the password is lost forever, as everyone knows in Bitcoin core, passwords can be brute-force an unlimited number of times. The video is not fake, I can show any person any wallet in real time, as well as any evidence. The video contains the address of the site and you can see for yourself, ...


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I'd recommend using the Esplora API that powers blockstream.info for testnet blockchain data. For example you can use curl to get the latest testnet block hash: curl https://blockstream.info/testnet/api/blocks/tip/hash


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Bitcoin Core supports creating a custom signet and mining utility for setting up a public test network with alternative functionality. This is not meant to be used to create an altcoin with actual or perceived monetary value as I (and many others) would recommend using a sidechain rather than attempting to start a new currency. Right now, I manage to run ...


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Run RPC listwallets and check if your account is listed. If not, run loadwallet with only account name: (assuming directory on disk: /home/user/.bitcoin/wallets/accountname/wallet.dat) Command: loadwallet accountname


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I advise you just to rely on https://github.com/dgarage/NBXplorer/ This is an API more flexible and more stable than Bitcoin Core to manage HD wallets. There is a C# client, and it integrate nicely with NBitcoin. You can create PSBTs from it, ready to sign with NBitcoin. (Disclaimer: I am the main maintainer for both NBitcoin and NBXplorer)


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The docker desktop is not starting yet. No wander there's failure to the connection.


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You set the fee rate to 6 sat/vbyte. That's very low, median fee in recent blocks has been 30-70 sat/vbyte. See mempool.space. You could wait until the weekend when the mining difficulty is expected to drop by more than 25%. This will decrease fees as more blocks can be mined per hour. The difficulty drop happens around 1AM UTC on Saturday. Alternatively, ...


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I have created a bash script that is less complex than the Python script that @darosior references, but is heavily influenced by it. It keeps creating sets of 10-30 transactions until estimatesmartfee returns a fee rate. #!/usr/bin/env bash set -eo pipefail cont=true smartfee=$(bitcoin-cli estimatesmartfee 6) if [[ "$smartfee" == *"\"...


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