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Does Utreexo work with a pruned node?

The docs seem to imply I must have the entire blockchain first: If you want to run a server you will need the Bitcoin blockchain. Try testnet as it's smaller. (you can get Bitcoin Core from http://...
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If I have corrupt/missing blocks but good a chainstate, why do I need to re-download entire chain?

Because nobody has implemented a feature to deal with this rare situation. There is nothing fundamentally hard about it; it just doesn't exist.
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why synchronization multibit heavy

Multibit and Multibit HD became obsolete around seven years ago, because the new owners felt there were too many bugs to fix. Therefore Multibit should not be used if you care about security. It is ...
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Blockchain sync seems to be stuck in a loop?

In my case, it was the disk running out of space (running Ubuntu Server 24.04). I didn't notice, that the root partition only has 100Gb assigned. If you have the same issue and you run Ubuntu, this ...
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If multiple nodes start at different points, so do we need to sync the nodes so that they are operating at the same time

Nodes on the Bitcoin network synchronize the network state by processing the blockchain. As they validate each block and apply all transactions to their UTXO set, eventually they catch up to the best ...
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Can multiple candidate blocks be mined concurrently by the miner, even if at the end only one block gets added to the chain every 10 mins?

Miners continuously work on finding new blocks and update block templates whenever they see fit. A new block is found when a block header surpasses the current difficulty requirement. The successful ...
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If multiple nodes start at different points, so do we need to sync the nodes so that they are operating at the same time

Nodes do not need their time to be synchronised. Clocks can be up to two hours different without causing issues. It is the proof-of-work mechanism, not time synchronisation, that ensures all nodes ...
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Can multiple candidate blocks be mined concurrently by the miner, even if at the end only one block gets added to the chain every 10 mins?

...can the multiple candidate blocks be processed by the miner concurrently so it keeps fetching from the tx_pool? Yes anyone is free to construct and perform work on blocks with transactions as they ...
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Can multiple candidate blocks be mined concurrently by the miner, even if at the end only one block gets added to the chain every 10 mins?

Can multiple candidate blocks be mined concurrently by the miner, even if at the end only one block gets added to the chain every 10 mins? Yes. And the 10 minute thing is an average. The interval ...
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