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There is no way to explicitly know that your node is on a minority-hashrate fork because to do so would mean awareness of all the new rules that makes the majority-hashrate fork valid, and then determining that more proof-of-work is accumulated on that chain. For that to be possible, you must be running an upgraded node already. There are a few warning ...


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I'm a web developer looking to integrate a Bitcoin node into a PHP application and I am unsure how I would go about interacting with the Bitcoin core in a developer environment for my machine. The most straightforward way of doing it would be to just use JSONRPC to hit bitcoind's API. My goal is to pull transaction history on a particular address without ...


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