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SegWit address to Non-SegWit addresses
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It's not about the type of address but wallet. Some will show unconfirmed balances/transactions, others won't.

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Forgotten Log-in detials
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You can't. Bitcoin didn't exist in 2004.

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Security risk(s) in running bitcoin core full node
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1) None. Don't open the port (default). 2) None required. Obviously you don't want to download Bitcoin Core binary from random sites, you want validate it, etc. as per bitcoincore.org's instructions....

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Is it true that colored coins or digital assets (counterparty / ethereum / nxt assets / etc.) have an issue of paying fees?
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I noticed that even if I created an account for my customers, they have no way of sending that token back to me when they wish to redeem it as these platforms require their transaction fees be paid in ...

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How would debt work in a bitcoin only economy, and why would anyone ever spend?
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Question: how is this planned to function in a bitcoin only future??? They can use their assets as collateral for the loan. The price of Bitcoin (measured in chicken eggs, for example) doesn't ...

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Fine tunning a Rapsberri Pi 2 B+ full 0.12 node
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You do need to store data on an external SSD disk (USB). If your data and swap are on SSD media, you can use all those options (they won't matter much). I don't recommend to use Pi 2 (any version), ...

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Verifying a legitimate version of bitaddress.org on Windows
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1) Google how to verify a PGP signature 2) Import author's PGP sig (from the main Web site), use procedure from 1) to verify contents of https://www.bitaddress.org/CHANGELOG.txt.asc (and obtain ...

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Am I legally allowed to accept fiat currency online and return a counterparty asset/token?
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It depends on where you live, where you sell and who the buyer is. If your jurisdiction regulates this stuff or your buyer is say, a US citizen, regulations may apply. You may be able to work around ...

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addrindex patch bitcoin core. it does not show unconfirmed tx
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I am not a dev, so I can't tell for sure, but it appears addresses are indexed as they enter the blockchain. I'm sure that unconfirmed txes are showed normally before. How do you know? I mean, ...

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Are there counterparty nodes that one can run to support the counterparty network?
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Yes it does, the project runs a reference node. The PoW comes from Bitcoin, but anyone can run a Counterparty node. I don't know if there's a name for it, but maybe it could be described as a ...

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How can counterparty tokens be distributed?
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1) Yes, as of now (v9.55.1) it's all at once. BUT, you can increase the issuance by issuing more later unless you "lock" the issuance. 2) So yes, there can be a custom distribution schedule. Example: ...

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bitcoind not using correct directory inspite of datadir argument
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That tutorial sucks. Better seek generic instructions on how to mount external HDD to user's home directory. Say you're Joe, you'd use sudo to add a user called bitcoin. Then mount /dev/hda1 (or ...

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Synchronize mempool between 3 nodes
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You could set 2 nodes to connect to 1 node and nothing else.

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Sync with bitcoin-qt very slow (0,01%)
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I guess your computer is too slow. Use the latest release (0.15.1 for example) and don't change cache values unless your RAM is less than 8 GB (800 MB is less than the default setting so by setting ...

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What will happen when nLockTime is used along with Counterparty transactions
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The first "answer" didn't explain why nLockTime can't work (too superficial), and it also claims without substantiating it that Payment Channels can't work although Storj is working on a payment ...

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Is there a Counterparty Whitepaper?
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Go to https://github.com/CounterpartyXCP/Documentation/ and search the repo for "protocol specification" (or API or whatever). The current link for the protocol specification is https://github.com/...

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