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describes a mechanism to mark transactions as replaceable until they are confirmed.
Bitcoin's configuration file.
General purpose programming language.
Copay is 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…
BFGMiner is an open source ASIC/FPGA miner for Windows
Bitcoin Improvement Proposal - a design document providing information to the Bitcoin community, or describing a new feature for Bitcoin or its processes or environment.
should be used for anything related to the secp256k1 algorithm used for Bitcoin's public key cryptography.
Specifically, the economy which has sprung up around the Bitcoin project including goods and services purchasable with bitcoins. Do not use for questions about Bitcoin deflation, etc. as such question…
Requests for historical data about the price or volume of trades between cryptocurrencies and fiat currencies.
Regarding testing of new features, algorithms, or concepts.
Collects questions about using the same address on more than one occasion to receive payments, and the resulting issues such as multiple inputs in the blockchain referencing utxos associated with one …
Smart Contracts are small computer programs stored inside the Blockchain that can update themselves, store their own state, and own digital assets.
Questions about investing in crypto-currencies or the effect of investing on the value or usefulness of crypo-currencies.
Pronounced "C-Sharp". A computer language developed by Microsoft.
Defines the block number or timestamp until this transaction is locked, or 0 if the transaction is always locked.
[Website-Integration] collects questions about integrating Bitcoin payment processing into websites.
A process running in the background. Pronounced "DAY-mon".
for questions about the creator of Bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto, and their work on Bitcoin.
refers specifically to the construct used for separately grouping addresses in one wallet in client software such as Bitcoin Core and its derivatives. Please DO NOT USE it on questions asking about ac…
A block whose parent is not available to the client. Often falsely used for [stale-block].
should be used for questions relating to recovery of funds sent from one blockchain to a different blockchain by mistake, such as Bitcoin sent to a Bitcoin Cash address.
Should be used for questions regarding softforks of the bitcoin blockchain
The unique identifier of a transaction corresponding to the sha256d hash of the transaction.