I created Bitcoin Node Stats, a simple web app to log and view node statistics and status. Would like feedback on first demo version.
Demo: http://bitcoinnodestats.romgens.com I created a proof of concept of a simple Bitcoin Node Stats web app. It stores raw node status every n minutes. Time plots are generated from this data. See demo in link on top. This is just a small hobby project using Django, python-bitcoinlib, and D3js. You can find it on GitHub: https://github.com/bartromgens/bitcoinnodestats Any and all feedback is welcome! There are other node stats projects, such as http://statoshi.info, that have more features, and are much mature. bitcoinnodestats does not try to compete :) However, these are not always easy to install, or lose all data after a node restart. So there may be room for a simple Python/Django version.
10 years ago today, someone tried to create 184 Million Bitcoin with an inflation bug. They failed. Today I am using >gettxoutsetinfo on my Bitcoin full node to verify the supply. Results at height 643714 - "total_amount": 18460535.87865277
10 years ago today, someone tried to create 184 Million Bitcoin with an inflation bug. They failed. Today I am using >gettxoutsetinfo on my Bitcoin full node to verify the supply. Results at height 643714 - "total_amount": 18460535.87865277 (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)
Why does nobody create an "out of the box" Bitcoin-Node to buy?
The biggest obstacle to running my own bitcoin node would be setting the whole thing up, since im not a very tech savy person. I know, this could be treated as a hobby and is nice way to get your first programming trys. But why does nobody just sell them out of the box? What are the downsides or the risks? Edit: Thanks to u/TheGreatMuffin i pulled the trigger on a https://store.casa/lightning-node/ :) Thanks to everyone in here, im looking forward running a fullnode and try out the LN.
Bitcoin is an adversarial network; by my count there were 68 attempts in the past week to feed an invalid block to my node. There was also an attempt to create 234,512 BTC out of thin air. This is why we don't trust, we verify.
Unwriter: "So what is Bitbus? Instead of having to run a full Bitcoin node (hundreds of GB and soon TB), you can instantly create your own filtered replication using Bitquery in seconds. Only store what you need for your app."
10-08 00:23 - 'My point is, nodes who don't mine have no say in whether transactions get included. The miners are the ones who actually matter because they include the transactions in the blocks and create the blocks. If 51% of the nodes...' by /u/juliushenkin removed from /r/Bitcoin within 23-33min
''' My point is, nodes who don't mine have no say in whether transactions get included. The miners are the ones who actually matter because they include the transactions in the blocks and create the blocks. If 51% of the nodes try to do an attack, it doesn't matter. It only works when 51% of miners do the attack. ''' Context Link Go1dfish undelete link unreddit undelete link Author: juliushenkin
"Negotiations have failed. BS/Core will *never* HF - except to fire the miners and create an altcoin. Malleability & quadratic verification time *should* be fixed - but not via SWSF political/economic trojan horse. CHANGES TO BITCOIN ECONOMICS MUST BE THRU FULL NODE REFERENDUM OF A HF." ~ u/TunaMelt
BS/Core has no intention of ever HF’ing (unless it’s to throw a tantrum while “firing” the miners and creating their very own altcoin). Their mouthpieces parrot the siren song, “Segwit, Schnorr, MAST, EXT blocks”, all by soft fork. Each intentionally benefiting signature heavy multi-sig and LN tx more than regular P2P BTC tx. Each intentionally subverting the explicit (via upgrade) consent of dissenting nodes and users. At this point, with the moves they’ve made in the game, one can’t help but see them trying to neuter PoW miners (responsible only for transaction ordering, lol), with cleverly crafted code, intense professional PR, and warm’n’fuzzy platitudes about “centralization” (cough, LN providers). This is not to say that malleability and quadratic verification time shouldn’t be corrected, just that they are not acceptable in political/economic trojan horse form that is embodied in the current SFSW code. Any changes to the root economics of Bitcoin should be accompanied by the full node referendum that a proper HF would provide. It’s unfortunate, and maybe they will recalculate after the failure of SWSF, but the time for assuming good faith among the Core decision makers has passed. The game is now measured in petahashes ... and sheer force of will, under the intense gaze of Ms. Market.
#crypto #bitcoincash @nocroom #To further promote decentralized innovation, Bitcoin.com has joined the Coinex Chain network by planning to run a validator node on the blockchain. Coinex created DLT for DEX functions, onchain privacy protection, and the ability to make programmable cash a reality.
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