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Just released these large size prints of The Times 3/jan/2009 and 2019, with a surpise only visible with blacklight (Bitcoin related hash and blocks numbers)

Just released these large size prints of The Times 3/jan/2009 and 2019, with a surpise only visible with blacklight (Bitcoin related hash and blocks numbers) submitted by Pascalboyart to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

On Bitcoin Core developer mailing list: Hardfork to fix difficulty drop algorithm suggested to take care of potential drop in number of miners after the halvening this July. However, if a hardfork is considered anyway, then why not increase block size in that same hardfork while we're at it?

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Bitcoin vs BitcoinCash number of Transactions (Tx) per block and block size.

Bitcoin vs BitcoinCash number of Transactions (Tx) per block and block size. submitted by ImagesOfNetwork to ImagesOfTexas [link] [comments]

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Bitcoin vs BitcoinCash number of Transactions (Tx) per block and block size.
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Bitcoin vs BitcoinCash number of Transactions (Tx) per block and block size.

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Bitcoin vs BitcoinCash number of Transactions (Tx) per block and block size. /r/Bitcoin

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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Bcash block size is at 1mb on average but has 1/5 the number of avg transactions compared to btc

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Bcash block size is at 1mb on average but has 1/5 the number of avg transactions compared to btc /r/Bitcoin

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according the fork.lol when you look at the avg block size bcash is currently on the same level as BTC but if you look at the avg transaction number per block they are only at 500 tickets per blocks... how is that possible?
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Bcash block size is at 1mb on average but has 1/5 the number of avg transactions compared to btc
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Debate over the block size makes me worry that one day perhaps there will be a debate over the total number of bitcoins.

What is preventing the bitcoin community that one day, there will be a debate over the total number of bitcoins ? This is very scary to think that perhaps a coalition of miners could corrupt some core devs to do this. I hope that the majority of miners won't accept it. Moreover, I think it would be good if there were more than one team of core developers. There would be multiple reference implementations and that would mitigate the risk of power concentration.
EDIT: Sorry for the bad english (not a native speaker).
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Why don't we upgrade the block size to the number needed to support BTC indefinitely? /r/Bitcoin

Why don't we upgrade the block size to the number needed to support BTC indefinitely? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Who remembers the altcoin generator? Feels like it might be time for the hard fork generator. Fill in block number, block size, difficulty algorithm, reward schedule. Go! /r/Bitcoin

Who remembers the altcoin generator? Feels like it might be time for the hard fork generator. Fill in block number, block size, difficulty algorithm, reward schedule. Go! /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Velocity vs block size seems a very interesting point, with throughput and bandwidth being more important than the number of transactions in a block. Discuss? /r/Bitcoin

Velocity vs block size seems a very interesting point, with throughput and bandwidth being more important than the number of transactions in a block. Discuss? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Why not increase the number of blocks per unit time, rather than the size of blocks? /r/Bitcoin

Why not increase the number of blocks per unit time, rather than the size of blocks? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Why can't the size of blocks be adjusted the way the difficulty of mining is every x number of blocks so as to achieve an optimal filled block percentage? /r/Bitcoin

Why can't the size of blocks be adjusted the way the difficulty of mining is every x number of blocks so as to achieve an optimal filled block percentage? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

On Bitcoin Core developer mailing list: Hardfork to fix difficulty drop algorithm suggested to take care of potential drop in number of miners after the halvening this July. However, if a hardfork is considered anyway, then why not increase block size in that same hardfork while we're at it?

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How much does larger block size contribute to centralization? Do we have numbers on X additional MB in block size translates to Y advantage to Z hashrate miners? How do the ever-increasing internet speeds play into possible ever-increasing block size formulas? /r/Bitcoin

How much does larger block size contribute to centralization? Do we have numbers on X additional MB in block size translates to Y advantage to Z hashrate miners? How do the ever-increasing internet speeds play into possible ever-increasing block size formulas? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAll to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Have an opinion about increasing the block size or replace-by-fee? Bet your beliefs (for play money) to help the devs predict the effects of these proposals on bitcoin price, hash rate, number of full nodes, etc.

Have an opinion about increasing the block size or replace-by-fee? Bet your beliefs (for play money) to help the devs predict the effects of these proposals on bitcoin price, hash rate, number of full nodes, etc. submitted by sflicht to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Super high fee when sending $4 in btc

So im trying to send 0.0003589 which is about 4.07 usd, and the fee is 4.09 usd which is more than im sending! Is this a bug or a late april fools day joke? Any help? Ive never had a fee higher than what im sending in my life!
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I don't like a cryptocurrency telling me what I should do with my money. Don't give me high fees to "encourage" a "store it for value" or an inflation rate to "encourage" spending over saving - I support a platform that lets me store when I want, and spend when I want - both without hurdles.

That's why I support Bitcoin Cash.
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Are Monero daily fees so low because transactions are so cheap or because usage is so small compared?

Are Monero daily fees so low because transactions are so cheap or because usage is so small compared? submitted by dror88 to Monero [link] [comments]

Yet another >2MB block just mined. Segwit is awesome.

Yet another >2MB block just mined. Segwit is awesome. submitted by bcoosh to btc [link] [comments]

The Origin of the Maximum Block Size MtGox Bitcoins to BTC Bitcoins in 50 seconds How To Mine 1 Bitcoin in 10 Minutes - Blockchain BTC Miner ... Blockchain tutorial 1: Binary, decimal and hexadecimal numbers Bitcoin: How to Get your Bitcoin Core Wallet Up and Running

Block Size: 873.666 KBytes: Blocks last 24h: 122: Blocks avg. per hour (last 24h) 5: Reward Per Block: 6.25+0.5332 BTC ($88,929.66 USD) next halving @ block 840000 (in 185688 blocks ~ 1276 days) Reward (last 24h) 762.50+65.05 BTC ($10,849,418.32 USD) Fee in Reward (Average Fee Percentage in Total Block Reward) 8.2%: Difficulty: 19.997 T next retarget @ block 657216 (in 2904 blocks ~ 21 days 14 ... Weight units are a measurement used to compare the size of different Bitcoin transactions to each other in proportion to the consensus-enforced maximum block size limit.Weight units are also used to measure the size of other block chain data, such as block headers.As of Bitcoin Core 0.13.0 (released August 2016), each weight unit represents 1/4,000,000th of the maximum size of a block. Average Block Size (MB) Average Transactions Per Block. Total Number of Transactions. Median Confirmation Time. Average Confirmation Time. Mining Information. Network Activity . Wallet Activity. Market Signals. Sponsored Content. Blockchain Size (MB) The total size of the blockchain minus database indexes in megabytes. 30 Days 60 Days 180 Days 1 Year 3 Years All Time. Raw Values 7 Day Average ... Bitcoin Block Size Magic no. Value is always 0xD9B4BEF9 : 4 bytes Blocksize : The bytes number should be added to the end of the block : 4 bytes Blockheader : Consists of 6 components : 80 bytes Transaction counter : Positive integer VI = VarInt : 1-9 bytes Transactions : Transaction list : Multiple transactions Complexity . The complexity of the task is regulated by Bitcoin so 6 blocks could ... Size Magic no value always 0xD9B4BEF9 4 bytes Blocksize number of bytes following up to end of block 4 bytes Blockheader consists of 6 items: 80 bytes Transaction counter positive integer VI = VarInt: 1 - 9 bytes transactions: the (non empty) list of transactions <Transaction counter>-many transactions Description. Each block contains, among other things, the current time, a record of some or ...

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The Origin of the Maximum Block Size

The highly-charged debates around both Ethereum's potential hardfork and Bitcoin's block size appear different on the surface, but are caused by the same des... MtGox Bitcoins to BTC Bitcoins in 50 seconds BITCOIN PRICE , BITCOIN FUTURE in doubt http://youtu.be/eO-yrpQpIT8 What is NAMECOIN BITCOIN'S First Fork http:/... Satoshi Nakamoto's reasons for sneaking a maximum block size into the bitcoin source code are not well known by many cryptocurrency enthusiasts. In this video, we dig into a bit of blockchain history. What it really takes to mine a Bitcoin in 10 Minutes. Firstly I'll show you a special free method to mine Bitcoin and send funds directly to your wallet in 1... Stephanie, Andreas and Adam speak first with Bitcoin Foundation Chief Scientist Gavin Andresen about the Bitcoin Block Size debate, where it came from, why it matters and what he thinks we should ...

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