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This sounds like the age old proverb of "Good, Cheap or Fast - Pick Two" I like your original suggestion, but you do have options: Close all channels, wait an hour, then restore the new lnd node w/ your mnemonic seed and password. Close all channels, wait an hour, send an on-chain transaction from your original lnd node to the new lnd node. Dont close ...


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The node does not need to sync fully in order for RPC to start responding to queries. What happens is Bitcoin Core starts up in "warm up" mode. During warm up RPC is unavailable because the system is being setup. This is when wallets, the network your local UTXO information, setting the block index and verifying your local blocks take place. (I suspect you ...


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Copay is written in Electron which means that it is entirely cross platform by design, Windows Store is just a cute wrapping in this case. You can git clone it and use it with node and npm but this is boring work and nodejs tend to throw errors at you because the compilation process of Copay is designed more for a Linux kind of system with things like rms ...


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In the past, the standard method of building for Windows has been to use MinGW. Either have MinGW on Windows and compile from within it (may be more difficult) or cross compile it from a Linux environment. However, fairly recently, support for using MSVC has been added. Although the official binaries do not use MSVC, you can self compile using it. We even ...


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With windows 10 you can now run linux directly on windows with the Windows Subsystem for Linux or is it one of those cross-compilers like MingGW that compiles code originally written for Linux so it can be executed in Windows? There is some option to build bitcoin core without MingGW by using cygwin, msys2 or Visual Studio Here is a complete guide: ...


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