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/btc was created to foster and support free and open Bitcoin discussion, Bitcoin news, and exclusive AMA (Ask Me Anything) interviews from top Bitcoin industry leaders! Bitcoin is the currency of the Internet. A distributed, worldwide, decentralized digital money. Unlike traditional currencies such as dollars, bitcoins are issued and managed without the need for any central authority whatsoever.
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Crypto Movement Wrong About Core Bitcoin (BTC) Use Case, Says Entrepreneur Erik Voorhees

Crypto Movement Wrong About Core Bitcoin (BTC) Use Case, Says Entrepreneur Erik Voorhees submitted by n4bb to CoinPath [link] [comments]

How do I contribute to Bitcoin Core? Bitcoin Tech Talk Issue #174

How do I contribute to Bitcoin Core? Bitcoin Tech Talk Issue #174 submitted by neonzzzzz to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Peter Wuille - Core Bitcoin Coder Says Currency Should be Fungible.

https://www.whatbitcoindid.com/podcast/pieter-wuille-on-building-bitcoin
Statement is at around 23:10 minute mark.
At 55:45 talks about Monero, anonymity, and growing blockchains.
Edit: Damn, spelled his first name wrong in title. Pieter.
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Can I send Bitcoins straight from Binance to my local Bitcoin wallet(the core Bitcoin software)?

Are they compatibile? some people say it's, some say otherwise. I'm not sure the correct answer. If they are, are there any extra fees? if they aren't, how can I workaround that?

edit: By using BEP2 network I mean. I missed that in the title.
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com.openwallet.core Bitcoin transaction issue

hello i have implemented your library in my android app and it was working great for last 3 to 4 months but from today onwards i am not able to make Bitcoin transaction and after debugging i think the there is some issue in unspent list because of which transaction is not getting completed.. so please help me to solve this issue.. have you made any changes in your libraries or any other changes i need to make.. i am getting this issue "com.openwallet.core.wallet.WalletAccount$WalletAccountException: org.bitcoinj.core.InsufficientMoneyException: Insufficient money, missing 12226 satoshis" please help me thanks
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Off Chain with Jimmy Song - How do I contribute to Bitcoin Core? Bitcoin Tech Talk Issue #174

Off Chain with Jimmy Song - How do I contribute to Bitcoin Core? Bitcoin Tech Talk Issue #174 submitted by Yanlii to cryptovideos [link] [comments]

[Video] by Jimmy Song -How do I contribute to Bitcoin Core? Bitcoin Tech Talk Issue #174

[Video] by Jimmy Song -How do I contribute to Bitcoin Core? Bitcoin Tech Talk Issue #174 submitted by a36 to AllThingsCrypto [link] [comments]

At its core, bitcoin is a smart currency, designed by very forward-thinking engineers. It eliminates the need for banks, gets rid of credit card fees, currency exchange fees, money transfer fees, and reduces the need for lawyers in transitions… all good things.

At its core, bitcoin is a smart currency, designed by very forward-thinking engineers. It eliminates the need for banks, gets rid of credit card fees, currency exchange fees, money transfer fees, and reduces the need for lawyers in transitions… all good things. submitted by Nelsontunker to u/Nelsontunker [link] [comments]

Despite massing brigading from r/bitcoin and core, @Bitcoin twitter account has gained 50k subscribers since it came out in support of BCH last week.

Despite massing brigading from bitcoin and core, @Bitcoin twitter account has gained 50k subscribers since it came out in support of BCH last week. submitted by hunk_quark to btc [link] [comments]

Core: Bitcoin isn't for the poor. Bitcoin Cash: we'll take them. Our fees are less than a cent. Core: BCash must die!

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How do I know if the Bitcoin I own is Legacy Bitcoin or Core Bitcoin. Its a more complicated question than it seems.

So My understanding is the original Bitcoin address starts with a 1 while Blockstream the so called core....which is misleading as hell starts with a B right?
So How do I know I'm holding which one? If blockstream Bitcoin is in a 1 wallet it becomes Bitcoin legacy? I'm just wondering if there really is some forks from Craig down the line how to preserve my legacy Bitcoin and know I actually own Legacy Bitcoin.
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Ryan X. Charles: Ethereum is a world computer with a single core. Bitcoin is a world computer with as many cores as necessary governed by economics.

https://twitter.com/ryanxcharles/status/1097036424434585600
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A Devastating ING Report about Bitcoin Core: "bitcoin’s high value today is based on shaky foundations" ...

A Devastating ING Report about Bitcoin Core: submitted by Egon_1 to btc [link] [comments]

Bitcoin isn't Core. Bitcoin isn't Roger Ver. Nobody owns Bitcoin. Bitcoin is what follows the protocol laid out in the whitepaper.

Everything else is an altcoin. Bitcoin Cash is currently the closest protocol implementation to what was laid out in the whitepaper. Bitcoin is going to change the world. It will take time fighting back the wealthiest people and states as they do everything in their means to cling to their stolen empires. Everyone should be able to afford to use Bitcoin as they see fit. Any transaction that pays a fee isn't spam. It is up to the miners to decide what a they will accept as a fair fee. There is no longer a need for the temporary 1mb spam blocksize limit because Bitcoin is now valuable enough to make even dust spamming expensive. The limit should be elastic enough to ensure there's never a memory pool backlog. If spammers want to pay miners to mine bigger blocks it's up to the miners to decide how much this will cost them. This was the already the case 2 years ago but Core has been brainwashing users into believing only their second layer solutions can solve scaling while delaying any actual progress towards actual scaling as long as possible.
"It's not about the money. It's about sending a message."
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Thanks Core, bitcoin market share below 50% for the first time!!!

Thanks Core, bitcoin market share below 50% for the first time!!! submitted by baowj to btc [link] [comments]

Decentralization and CORE Bitcoin

Bitcoin Core MISUNDERSTANDS decentralization.
The number of nodes does not increase or decrease the 'amount' of decentralization that Bitcoin has. 'Decentralization' is not a quantifiable analogue descriptive word. It is Boolean! A system is either decentralized or it is not! True or false.
The white paper describes a decentralized network, yes. However this CORE argument that decreasing the number of nonmining nodes some how decreases the 'decentralization' of an inherintly decentralized (by design) network is warped. It is innaccurate, manipulative, warped and just wrong.
Decentralization is not something you can increase or decrease with nonmining nodes. The system was designed with elements of decentralization in mind, yes; however core has tried to make this wierd connection to nonmining nodes... Probably not in good faith but rather as another gas lighting/move the goal posts/illogical argument all for 'one em be 4 Eva dude' crusade. Core is insane.
They use the word 'decentralization' to pull on the heart strings of hard core (pun not intended) long term bitcoiners. Make no mistake about it, Bitcoin was designed with decentralization baked in, and core is actually trying to CENTRALIZE a decentralized system with Hong Kong secret meetings, censorship forums, propoganda and chaos. Core is an enemy that will ultimately make us stronger. They can be so embarrassing though...
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Latest CSW-shill narrative: Bitcoin Core, Bitcoin ABC, Bitcoin Unlimited, Bitcoin XT, and Bitcoin Classic are all part of one giant conspiracy against big blocks

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Our dear mod jratcliff63367: "There are actually people on these forums seriously promoting something called 'bitcoin unlimited' which fundamentally changes the core bitcoin game theory!!" - Oh the irony!

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Bitcoin Core (Bitcoin-qt) issue I need help troubleshooting.

Issue: How to change the directory for storing the blockchain when bitcoin-qt won't open because it can't access where it currently thinks the blockchain is being stored. Any help with the error message at the bottom of this post.
Background: I have been downloading the blockchain so I could try playing around with a raspi. I have been having less than <0.2% progress trending towards 0.02% and I have determined that bandwidth access is not the issue (no spike in progress speed when I hook up a LAN line.) So I thought that maybe the issue was read/write speeds on my external hard drive so I copied the files onto my internal hard drive. Unfortunately Bitcoin-QT still wants to aim at my external hard drive even if I move it. I thought I had fixed it because it gave me the option to change the address after removing the external but now it says unable to access the address and that bitcoin core is already running. Since I cannot even open the client right now I'm at a loss for changing the directory for storing the blockchain.
OS: Windows 10
Bitcoin-QT vs 0.16.0.0
Edit: I was able to recreate the problem by copying the files again and deleting the old copy. The error message is, "Cannot obtain a lock on . Bitcoin core is probably already running." I sifted through my Task Manager and made sure no other bitcoin programs were running at this time.
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Thanks to Core, Bitcoin is becoming more decentralized....... into alt-coins.

Thanks to Core, Bitcoin is becoming more decentralized....... into alt-coins. submitted by MemoryDealers to btc [link] [comments]

Peter Todd in 2013: "If I were the US Government and had co-opted the "core" Bitcoin dev team, you know what I'd do?..."

If I were the US Government and had co-opted the "core" Bitcoin dev team, you know what I'd do? I'd encourage ground-up alternate implementations knowing damn well that the kind of people dumb enough to work on them expecting to create a viable competitor anytime soon aren't going to succeed. Every time anyone tried mining with one, I'd use my knowledge of all the ways they are incompatible to fork them, making it clear they can't be trusted for mining. Then I'd go a step further and "for the good of Bitcoin" create a process by which regular soft-forks and hard-forks happened so that Bitcoin can be "improved" in various ways, maybe every six months. Of course, I'd involve those alternate implementations in some IETF-like standards process for show, but all I would have to do to keep them marginalized and the majority of hashing power using the approved official implementation is slip the odd consensus bug into their code; remember how it was recently leaked that the NSA spends $250 million a year on efforts to insert flaws into encryption standards and commercial products. With changes every six months the alts will never keep up. Having accomplished political control, the next step is pushing the development of the Bitcoin core protocol in ways that further my goals, such as scalability solutions that at best allow for auditing, rather waiting until protocols are developed, tested, and accepted by the community that support fully decentralized mining.
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Bitcoin is not Bitcoin Core; Bitcoin Cash is not Bitcoin

Bitcoin is not Bitcoin Core; Bitcoin Cash is not Bitcoin submitted by btc_being_good_to_me to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

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Bitcoin Core Bitcoin Core is a full Bitcoin client and builds the backbone of the network. It offers high levels of security, privacy, and stability. However, it has fewer features and it takes a lot of space and memory. The daughter of Indian immigrants from western Maharashtra state, Amiti is the first confirmed woman developer of Bitcoin Core, the protocol underlying a $170 billion market cap asset changing the Thus, the Bitcoin Core project does not have the information necessary to help you verify the Bitcoin Core Snap packages. Additional verification with reproducible builds Experienced users who don't mind performing additional steps can take advantage of Bitcoin Core's reproducible builds and the signed checksums generated by contributors who About Bitcoin Core. When Bitcoin was first created in 2009, Bitcoin Core appeared as the fundamental software for sending, receiving and storing BTC. Satoshi Nakamoto created the core wallet with the idea of a dashboard. In the crypto world, Bitcoin Core wallet is often referred to as the “Satoshi Client”. Bitcoin Core is programmed to decide which block chain contains valid transactions. The users of Bitcoin Core only accept transactions for that block chain, making it the Bitcoin block chain that everyone else wants to use. For the latest developments related to Bitcoin Core, be sure to visit the project’s official website.

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