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There is no need to resolve anything - some miners create arbitrary versions to attempt to speed up the mining process, as it gives them an additional field in the block block header to alter without having to recalculate the merkle root and other fields. This is harmless, provided they aren't producing invalid blocks for version 2, in which case the block ...


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The provided approach is correct. A binary itself does not handle any requests. When you run bitcoind with separate instances of the config and data directories, the system will create multiple instances of the bitcoind program to execute. Each of these instances is a fully independent bitcoin node, and has no relation to any other instance running on that ...


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On Windows (when using Ardor mainnet) the blockchain will be downloaded to your "C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\Ardor\nxt_db" folder. Make sure that you can see hidden folders. You can find your AppData folder very quickly by entering "%appdata%" in the address bar of the file explorer. On MacOS (when using Ardor mainnet) your default user directory is ~...


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I know this thread is outdated, but in case anyone is still interested in this question, there are some that can be found here(Linux ones are at the bottom). To sum it up for you, there are two GUI alternatives for Nicehash on Linux- Cudo Miner and MinerGate.


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If anyone got problem with reaching bitcoin-rpc server located on vps, the best way in my opinion would be port redirecting over shh. By this command: ssh [user]@[host] -p [port] -L 18332:127.0.0.1:18332 You will be able to send comands to testnet rpc-server via your computer terminal as localhost.


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After extraction files from the tar ball you have to install the contents of its bin subdirectory into the /usr/local/bin directory using the the install command. The install command is part of the GNU coreutils available on nearly every Linux distribution, and the /usr/local/bin directory is a standard location for self-installed executables (you may edit ...


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