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  2. Bitcoin’s existence largely depends on how many people are using the peer-to-peer cryptocurrency. A bitcoin node can be an individual miner minting Bitcoins from his laptop or a chain of companies with complex mining rigs mining Bitcoin on a commercial scale. All these nodes keep the Bitcoin network running. A full node is a program that fully validates transactions and blocks. Almost all full nodes also help the network by accepting transactions and blocks from other full nodes, validating those transactions and blocks, and then relaying them to further full nodes. Bitcoin nodes also have inbuilt bitcoin wallets for management and usage of funds deposited in the wallet. What is a Bitcoin Full Node?You can read the full article and take part in the discussion here: https://coinidol.com/true-cost-of-running-full-bitcoin-node/
  3. The UNO network is strong, but if you would like to help make it stronger, consider sponsoring a node. My actual cost of adding a UNO node through AWS is approximately us$60/year ($5/month). I have experience doing this, and now have an image that lets me stamp them out pretty fast. Let me know if you would like to sponsor a UNO node, and I will add your node to the OP with a "Sponsored by <Your Name>". Yes, I accept UNO. I will set it up and manage everything on your behalf. You can select the region (East US, West US, Europe, India, Australia, South America, Japan, Korea, Singapore, etc). I will tie these node together to create a tight network BONUS: These stable little Windows server virtual machines can support 2 different coins (as long as the blockchain is < 1GB and not too torrid. I couldn't operate a BTC node, for example). So if you sponsor a UNO node, I can also add a second favorite altcoin in the same region for no additional cost (as long as it has a stable Windows wallet). This is a way to improve UNO's network and help other altcoins in the process. I make ZERO on this, and please don't be asking me to do updates every week. Lets strengthen the network, provide a list of known and trusted UNO community sponsored nodes, and help some other altcoins in the process. GOAL: To add 20 new UNO nodes to the network, directly connected, in all regions of the world.
  4. For now, the Bitcoin Unlimited incentive plans are still being fleshed out. The team is exploring different options, including node protocol payment channels. This would allow SPV Bitcoin nodes to open a payment channel with full nodes to retrieve accurate data. An interesting concept, but more details are required to cast a better judgement. http://themerkle.com/bitcoin-unlimited-roadmap-includes-incentivized-network-nodes/
  5. Among the new features, Bitseed owners can enjoy is the option to set a minimum bitcoin fee before transactions are even relayed. Users who deal with bandwidth constraints can set a limit on how much data is being uploaded to the Bitcoin network every day. Connectivity-wise, the Bitseed 2.1 UI now supports Tor as well. http://themerkle.com/bitseed-bitcoin-web-ui-lets-node-owners-set-minimum-transaction-relay-fees/
  6. Hi All, I've installed two new full nodes. One in Canada near Montreal Eh! quebec.gridcoin.co.il and one in Israel ils.gridcoin.co.il Enjoy, Daniel
  7. For Ethereum enthusiasts, all it takes is a Raspberry Pi 2 and a half an hour of time to get things up and running. Once the user has completed all of the steps of this particular guide, they will have Ethereum Geth v1.3x up and running without any issues. Most of these steps should be applicable to more recent versions of Geth as well, though. http://themerkle.com/how-can-i-run-an-ethereum-node-on-my-raspberry-pi/
  8. Do you your Bitcoin - or altcoin - node and wallet on the same device? Although many people are looking to run a Bitcoin Node on their computer or another device, very few people are aware of what types of security risks are associated with this process. One Reddit user pointed out how running a Bitcoin node puts users at risk of undergoing scans to determine whether or not there is a wallet address file stored somewhere. The Bitcoin client software will automatically reject most of these scan requests, but it is something to be aware of at all times. http://themerkle.com/never-run-a-bitcoin-node-and-wallet-on-the-same-device/
  9. How would you tackle the centralized nature of Bitcoin Classic nodes? The topic of Bitcoin Nodes is still a cause for many debates on Bitcoin platforms and Reddit these days, as the recent jump in Bitcoin Classic support has people asking a lot of [valid] questions. Although it is positive to see an outspoken support for either Core or Classic, trying to artificially grow the numbers will not do anyone any favors in the long run. A recent report shows how most of the Bitcoin Classic nodes are not hosted on dedicated servers, which is of particular concern. http://bitcoinist.net/centralization-of-bitcoin-classic-nodes-needs-to-be-addressed/
  10. Do you see the need for Bitcoin Node owners to be paid from the block reward, or is there a different solution? Throughout the years, there has been a lot of discussion on whether or not people should receive an incentive for supporting the Bitcoin network by running a full node. Even though there is no need to reward people for these steps, new ideas to change that situation keep popping up now and then. One particular Reddit user would take a page out of DASH’s book and pay up to 45% of the block reward to node operators. Such an idea would never be viable, though, as it would ultimately lead to centralization. http://themerkle.com/proposal-to-give-45-of-block-reward-to-bitcoin-node-operators-is-silly/
  11. Masternode Webpage ; ) http://dashmasternode.org
  12. What would you use the 21 Inc Bitcoin Computer for? Would you run a Bitcoin node on it? The ongoing debate between Bitcoin Core and Bitcoin Classic supporters is creating an attractive prospect for enthusiasts looking to set up full Bitcoin nodes. Most people are aware of how more network nodes will further strengthen the network, and help broadcast transactions to the Bitcoin miners. A recent post has surfaced mentioning how people can set up Bitcoin Classic nodes on the 21 Inc. Bitcoin Computer. As it turns out, this requires a lot less effort than most people might think. https://news.bitcoin.com/21-inc-bitcoin-computer-run-classic-node/
  13. During these days of uncertainty regarding the future of Bitcoin development, it is kind of interesting to keep an eye on the amount of Bitcoin nodes. While there is still overwhelming support for the Bitcoin Core software development, Bitcoin Classic remains a firm contender on the node count. The number of Bitcoin Classic nodes simply keeps going up, and there is no end to the trend in sight. http://themerkle.com/news/number-of-bitcoin-classic-nodes-gets-close-to-1500/
  14. The bitcoin network is made up of nodes that relay information across the network. Anyone can run a node, which creates the decentralised architecture that Bitcoin is known for. Bitcoin Core, previously known as QT, currently runs on the majority of nodes and has a blocksize cap of 1MB. Bitcoin Classic is an alternative client, with one key difference, a 2MB block size cap.. A week after it’s launch, Bitcoin Classic is running on more than 1000 nodes, while Core currently runs on around 5000. Support for the alternative client comes from leading bitcoin startups including Coinbase, OKCoin, Bitstamp, Xapo and Blockchain.info. Global bitcoin wallet platform and exchange Coinbase, and its CEO Brian Armstrong, have been running the companies nodes on Bitcoin Classic since February 10. Read more
  15. There are plenty of opportunities for users looking to run a full Bitcoin Node. Technological advancements make even the tiniest of hardware powerful enough to read the entire blockchain and process Bitcoin transactions. A recent post on the Bitcoin.com forums shows how one can even run a Bitcoin Node on Synology Disk Station. Needless to say, more Bitcoin nodes are always welcome. http://bitcoinist.net/running-a-bitcoin-node-on-synology-disk-station-manager/
  16. Extending my mining pool services by adding few more collaterals to it; below are the services which i can offer for your cryptocurrency brand (coin) all of the services can be hosted on my servers for the term of 3/6/12 months or on your servers with quick start guide; obviously there will be different rates so to open negotiations door just ring my bells at bottom of page you guys can find live examples for most of them on my website www.tekyboycrypto.xyz in form of some work which i recently did for few clients. Some characteristics of offered services in a nutshell for your upcoming launch or existing running chain a simple and slick interface pool can be arranged on my servers or your own server customized yet strong block explorers with the capabilities of: Detailed Blockchain analysis at Home Page with the real time statuses . Rich List where you can CLAIM your addresses. Custom Burn Address, should you need one. Multiple Exchange Markets overview with the current order book Detailed Network status with the all connected peers info. Full API support which can be accessed easily by sites similar to coinmarketcap etc. Dedicated node hosting service with the detailed information of connected peers and node status. can be hosted on your server or mine (3/6/12 months term) branding services for your forum ANN thread layouts to logo design. from your colletrals icons to your web designing layouts. fully customized faucets which drips 24/7 on your commanded time frame from your or mine servers neat and slick website designs static one page layouts to dynamic multiple pages layout; ready to warmly greet your customers. PR and media promotional campaigns i can help you to create awareness of your brand (coin) through press releases,creating promotional campaigns promoting it in various platforms chat boxes and mediums You guys can reach me on NB: i ll tweak this post in near future just wanted to register my presence here and yes thread is locked to keep zero maintenance but you'll find me anywhere just ASK for TEKYBOY in Google cheers.
  17. Supporting the Bitcoin network in an active manner is of the utmost importance for all of the digital currency’s community members. Creating and deploying full Bitcoin Nodes will help in securing the network itself, and broadcast new transactions to miners and other nodes all over the world. Popular Bitcoin exchange and mining company BTCC has deployed 100 Bitcoin nodes across five continents to keep things trucking along. http://bitcoinist.net/btcc-deploys-full-bitcoin-nodes-to-keep-network-secure/
  18. Running a Bitcoin node just got cheaper with the $5 Raspberry Pi Zero by BTC FEED on November 26, 2015 If you always wanted to run a Bitcoin node but did not want to spend $40 plus shipping on a Raspberry Pi, fear not because an even cheaper alternative is here. Today, the UK based company released the Raspberry Pi Zero, a brand new model priced at only $5. It includes a 1Ghz processor along with a Micro SD slot, USB outputs, HDMI output, and a few other components which are included in the other Raspberry Pi models. Surprisingly, the tiny board is 40% faster than the original Raspberry Pi 1. At such a low price, you can setup a bitcoin node for about $15, factoring in shipping and the micro SD card costs. The Raspberry Pi Zero comes preinstalled with full Raspbian, along with an installation of Minecraft. The Pi Zero shows just how cheap computers are becoming, which is leading us into the next revolution – IOT. Read More: http://themerkle.com/news/running-a-bitcoin-node-just-got-cheaper-with-the-5-raspberry-pi/
  19. Mine directly to your wallet. Hashmuch.com Hashmuch has its own NODE! ADDNODE=hashmuch.com Mine Bitmark BTM No Donations 1% Flat fee Hashmuch runs on its own dedicated server! Twitter: @HashMuch What is special about add node? Addnode is a way to give crypto coin wallet a hint, where it can connect to in order to download / update the block chain. With few exceptions, all wallet software has the address of one or more nodes coded permanently into them, so they have a way to do the initial synchronization with the network. It usually happens at some point, that the nodes permanently coded into the wallet software become unavailable, resulting in the "no block source available" situation. This is when the addnode trick comes to rescue. Nodes can be added either through the .conf configuration file, or via command line parameters. For example, to make a newly installed Bitmark wallet aware that it can connect to hashmuch.com to download the block chain, one could either: 1) Start the wallet from command line with the -addnode option: bitmark-qt.exe -addnode=hashmuch.com or 2) Create and/or edit bitmark.conf, adding the line "addnode=hashmuch.com" (without the quotes) to the file (and restarting the wallet if it was running while the file was edited). The lack of functional nodes is a quite common problem for users who hop aboard any specific currency, since if it's been a while since the coin was released, the addresses hard coded into the software may have become unavailable. This is a pretty serious weak point of all crypto currencies. If the existing users/wallets have no way to find each other, the whole coin can become unstable or unusable. Some wallets have backup procedures such as using the IRC network to get in touch with each other. Many do not have any backup like this, which is why the "please give me a functional addnode" is such a common plea on the forums.
  20. Mine directly to your wallet. Hashmuch.com Hashmuch has its own NODE! ADDNODE=hashmuch.com Mine LitecoinDark LTCD No Donations 1% Flat fee Hashmuch runs on its own dedicated server! Twitter: @HashMuch What is special about add node? Addnode is a way to give crypto coin wallet a hint, where it can connect to in order to download / update the block chain. With few exceptions, all wallet software has the address of one or more nodes coded permanently into them, so they have a way to do the initial synchronization with the network. It usually happens at some point, that the nodes permanently coded into the wallet software become unavailable, resulting in the "no block source available" situation. This is when the addnode trick comes to rescue. Nodes can be added either through the .conf configuration file, or via command line parameters. For example, to make a newly installed Litecoindark wallet aware that it can connect to hashmuch.com to download the block chain, one could either: 1) Start the wallet from command line with the -addnode option: litecoindark-qt.exe -addnode=hashmuch.com or 2) Create and/or edit litecoindark.conf, adding the line "addnode=hashmuch.com" (without the quotes) to the file (and restarting the wallet if it was running while the file was edited). The lack of functional nodes is a quite common problem for users who hop aboard any specific currency, since if it's been a while since the coin was released, the addresses hard coded into the software may have become unavailable. This is a pretty serious weak point of all crypto currencies. If the existing users/wallets have no way to find each other, the whole coin can become unstable or unusable. Some wallets have backup procedures such as using the IRC network to get in touch with each other. Many do not have any backup like this, which is why the "please give me a functional addnode" is such a common plea on the forums.
  21. Mine directly to your wallet. Hashmuch.com Hashmuch.com has its own NODE! ADDNODE=hashmuch.com Mine BitLitS [bTLS] No Donations 1% Flat fee Hashmuch runs on its own dedicated server! Twitter: @HashMuch What is special about add node? Addnode is a way to give crypto coin wallet a hint, where it can connect to in order to download / update the block chain. With few exceptions, all wallet software has the address of one or more nodes coded permanently into them, so they have a way to do the initial synchronization with the network. It usually happens at some point, that the nodes permanently coded into the wallet software become unavailable, resulting in the "no block source available" situation. This is when the addnode trick comes to rescue. Nodes can be added either through the .conf configuration file, or via command line parameters. For example, to make a newly installed BitLitS wallet aware that it can connect to hashmuch.com to download the block chain, one could either: 1) Start the wallet from command line with the -addnode option: bitlits-qt.exe -addnode=hashmuch.com or 2) Create and/or edit bitlits.conf, adding the line "addnode=hashmuch.com" (without the quotes) to the file (and restarting the wallet if it was running while the file was edited). The lack of functional nodes is a quite common problem for users who hop aboard any specific currency, since if it's been a while since the coin was released, the addresses hard coded into the software may have become unavailable. This is a pretty serious weak point of all crypto currencies. If the existing users/wallets have no way to find each other, the whole coin can become unstable or unusable. Some wallets have backup procedures such as using the IRC network to get in touch with each other. Many do not have any backup like this, which is why the "please give me a functional addnode" is such a common plea on the forums.
  22. Mine directly to your wallet. Hashmuch.com Hashmuch has its own NODE! ADDNODE=hashmuch.com Mine LitecoinDark LTCD, Bitmark BTM, BitLitS BTLS, Sleakcoin SLK. No Donations 1% Flat fee Hashmuch runs on its own dedicated server! Twitter: @HashMuch What is special about add node? Addnode is a way to give crypto coin wallet a hint, where it can connect to in order to download / update the block chain. With few exceptions, all wallet software has the address of one or more nodes coded permanently into them, so they have a way to do the initial synchronization with the network. It usually happens at some point, that the nodes permanently coded into the wallet software become unavailable, resulting in the "no block source available" situation. This is when the addnode trick comes to rescue. Nodes can be added either through the .conf configuration file, or via command line parameters. For example, to make a newly installed Bitmark wallet aware that it can connect to hashmuch.com to download the block chain, one could either: 1) Start the wallet from command line with the -addnode option: bitmark-qt.exe -addnode=hashmuch.com or 2) Create and/or edit bitmark.conf, adding the line "addnode=hashmuch.com" (without the quotes) to the file (and restarting the wallet if it was running while the file was edited). The lack of functional nodes is a quite common problem for users who hop aboard any specific currency, since if it's been a while since the coin was released, the addresses hard coded into the software may have become unavailable. This is a pretty serious weak point of all crypto currencies. If the existing users/wallets have no way to find each other, the whole coin can become unstable or unusable. Some wallets have backup procedures such as using the IRC network to get in touch with each other. Many do not have any backup like this, which is why the "please give me a functional addnode" is such a common plea on the forums.
  23. Hi There Permanent nodes and configuration file for BusinessCoin! - Permanent and Community Nodes Copy/Paste this in your configuratoin file (businesscoin.conf) ----------------------------------------------------------------------- # - BIZ - businesscoin Nodes # - CCP Official Permanent Nodes addnode=5.249.152.30:65555 addnode=162.243.100.170:65555 addnode=128.199.252.46:65555 addnode=95.85.57.153:65555 # Community provided Nodes # None - Standard configuration file: businesscoin.conf ----------------------------------------- rpcuser=username rpcpassword=password rpcallowip=localhost rpcport=65556 port=65555 gen=0 server=1 # Add nodes here - In case of syncing problems try this: businesscoin.conf ----------------------------------------- rpcuser=username rpcpassword=password rpcallowip=localhost rpcport=65556 port=65555 gen=0 server=1 irc=1 connect=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:xxxxx and so on, more nodes better an faster download The connect command will connect DIRECTLY to the source IP/Address The irc=1 will sign on IRC network and find others peers of the same network. - Standard businesscoin configuration file paths: Where do I find the configuration file for businesscoin? WPASows 2000\XP: c:\document and settings\***YOUR_USER***\application data\businesscoin\businesscoin.conf WPASows (Vista\7\8) c:\users\***YOUR_USER***\AppData\Roaming\businesscoin\businesscoin.conf Linux: /home/***YOUR_USER***/businesscoin/businesscoin.conf Apple: SOON I MUST SEE AROUND VGold ###