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a domain name system based on the same blockchain technology as Bitcoin. It is also traded as a currency.
For questions concerned with the physical setup of mining hardware including power supply and heat dissipation.
Questions about the mechanics of redeeming a UTXO in an input script.
A property of Bitcoin transactions that allows them to be replicated with another transaction id before they are included in a block.
a distributed bitcoin mining pool. With p2pool, each miner runs a p2pool node and these nodes form a peer to peer network amongst themselves similar to how bitcoin, itself, does.
Collects questions about the rules, precision, and utility of the timestamp in block headers.
Collects questions discussing the memory limit of blocks.
an open source client that gives you full control over your money and does not rely on any central services to operate. It is available for Android and BlackBerry OS, support for Chr…
For questions about Bitcoin Core's pruning feature.
A distributed anonymization network, making not only much more difficult to eavesdrop the content, but also hiding the participants. Most TCP/IP applications - including bitcoin software - can be easi…
Concerning websites that support the Bitcoin network or community.
Collects general questions about using Bitcoin on Android devices. For questions about the popular wallet use btc-wallet-for-android.
Questions about what criteria influence the selection of unconfirmed transactions for block inclusion.
Alternative Proof-of-Work function employed by Cryptocurrencies such as e.g. Litecoin and Dogecoin.
A checksummed base32 format, "Bech32", and a standard for native segregated witness output addresses using it.
Use for questions regarding the Ardor blockchain platfrom the first multichain blockchain architecture running in production since January 2018
BitcoinJS allows you to create webpages that pull information from the blockchain.
when one party relies upon the representations made by another party such that the relying party would be harmed if the representations were inaccurate. Trust exists between users of crypto-c…
Functionality for proving a message was sent by the holder of a particular private key. The standard Bitcoin client provides this features since version 0.6.0
A place that holds your currency and keeps it safe.
collects questions discussing the plans and arguments around the Block size limit increase from 1MB.
Related to installing Bitcoin-related software and hardware in a given system or machine.
Questions about taxes due to mining, trading, and getting paid in Cryptocurrency.
An opcode that allows you to create an unspendable transaction output that stores up to 80 bytes of data.
Shares refers to a method for accounting mining pool contributions. It does not cover company shares.
Much like a vanity license plate, an address can also be chosen to include a particular word or series of characters.
an easy-to-use, open-source, multiplatform, multisignature, secure bitcoin wallet platform for both individuals and companies. Copay uses Bitcore Wallet Service (BWS) for peer synchronization…