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There is a free bitcoin-cli sandbox at bitcoindev.network: Here is a simple sandbox environment for trying out the bitcoin command line interface! Select Start Scenario to bootstrap your own private instance! You can check out the on-line sandbox here: https://bitcoindev.network/bitcoin-cli-sandbox/ Simultaneously they provide a docker container for ...


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Just got help from someone at BitcoinTalk forum, who directed me to bitcoind 0.11.0 changelog (Which pruning was introduced/implemented for the first time in bitcoind) As indicated there, Block pruning deletes raw block & undo data: ... there are four types of data related to the blockchain in the bitcoin system: the raw blocks as received over the ...


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This is not currently possible, as Bitcoin Core uses hardened BIP32 derivation to compute keys and addresses. This derivation scheme does not have a usable xpub that lets you derive the same keys publicly. For more background, an xpub (or extended public key) is a string defined by BIP32. Every xpub has a corresponding xprv (extended private key). From the ...


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I don't think is possible to work with the wallet bitcoin-core without blk file. I think is a good example, if you go inside the car and her car does not have the fuel. The mobile wallet has the remote full node with the full bitcoin blockchain. But I don't know a mode for work with bitcoin core without the file blk, I think it is impossible, but id my ...


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When you encrypt the wallet, only the private keys are actually being encrypted. You will be prompted to enter your encryption passphrase when the private keys are needed. Public keys in the keypool, transaction information, and other metadata remain unencrypted because they are either public information or have no effect on the security of your Bitcoin. ...


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