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Questions concerned with the expected or actual time between the discovery of two blocks.
refers to observing the balance of addresses only by address not by public key.
Any question relating to theft of bitcoins from a wallet (excluding scams - which has a separate tag)
Bitcoin clients that perform a reduced amount of processing or need a reduced amount of data compared with the Bitcoin Core client.
vanitygen allows you to specify part of your bitcoin address.
Collects questions concerned with the stability and volatility of the exchange rate of Bitcoin.
Questions about extracting a private key from a wallet, e.g. for the purpose of creating a backup or importing them to another wallet.
Refers to questions about price charts.
LevelDB is an embedded key-value storage developed by Google that is used in Bitcoin Core for block index storage and quick access to the UTXO set (unspent transaction outputs).
Questions about the client-local phenomenon when a Bitcoin client discovers a new chain longer in terms of difficulty than its current chain.
One of the bigger Bitcoin exchanges, the administration of which is Russian.
Pay-to-PubKey-Hash is the standard format for making payments on the Bitcoin network.
Collects questions regarding the validity of blocks according to consensus rules.
Related to fees charged by Bitcoin exchanges.
Collects questions about deterministic wallets i.e. wallets that derive all private keys in a predictable way from a seed. Deterministic wallets have better backup properties than unrelated random pri…
Questions related to how Bitcoin finds other peers to communicate with.
A kind of two-dimensional barcode that can be scanned by many smartphones. They can be used to encode URLs or Bitcoin addresses.
Discusses the rules by which one chain-tip gets chosen over another, including questions about heaviest/longest chains. Closely related to [chainwork], [chain-reorganization] and [blockchain-fork].
Used for questions dealing with the adoption of cryptocurrencies.
Questions about Ripple are off-topic. Gateways are entities in the Ripple network that provide an entry point to the network by accepting deposits and issuing IOUs for them.
Collects questions concerned with the practice of accepting transactions before they reach their first confirmation, i.e. "zero-confirmation".
Dust refers to transaction outputs whose value isn't much more than the cost of spending them.
Questions about Bitcoin Gold are off topic. This tag should be used for questions regarding Bitcoin Gold. Bitcoin Gold is an altcoin which forked from Bitcoin in order to decentralize the network b…
Questions about the amount of data that is stored on the hard drive.