What are the limits of the Bitcoin.com Dividend Calculator? I think i read you can distribute dividends to a maximum of 2500 cryptocurrency addresses. Is that correct? Are there plans to increase the limits if such limits exist?
What are the limits of the Bitcoin.com Dividend Calculator? I think i read you can distribute dividends to a maximum of 2500 cryptocurrency addresses. Is that correct? If yes, are there plans to increase the possible limits? Thanks and serenity
Participants interested in supporting the development of the ETHA ecosystem can do so by pledging Ether, Bitcoin, Litecoin or Dash to the designated crowdsale address, which will be visible on the dashboard. To calculate the number of tokens you will receive during the public pre-sale, you can follo
When it was being discussed about messages being embedded into the blockchain, I had a brainstorm. I figured it would be easy to write an application that would take a message, a defined encoding scheme (subset of chars, custom message start/end delimiter) and create a set of transactions that would send the message to a bitcoin address, calculating the minimal amount of BTC needed for the message as well as room for padding the transactions with an arbitrary amount of bitcoins so that the transaction group would add up to a certain amount (as In, I want to send "I ate your pizza", but have the group add up to 1 BTC) So, I wrote it. I don't know the implications of releasing it into the wild. Obviously the tons of microtransactions aren't good for the network. I also recognize if I don't do it, someone else eventually will. Does anyone have any thoughts?
So assume that crypto currency will have about 6 billion individuals that actually use it in 2020. Let's assume that everyone will have a high number of 100 different public addresses each year. Note that there's 2160 public addresses available that can be generated from a private key. I don't think this relevant to the problem, but a private key is randomly generated from 2256 possibilities -- this means that there are 296 possibly address that can be generated from a private key. What is the likelihood that that someone in the world will generate the same public address as someone else in a given year? Note I'm not looking for the possibility of a single individual will generate the same address as the other ~6B people, but that anyone in the 6B population could generate the same address as someone else in the population. Think of the birthday paradox if you're confused.
In this example, forget about private keys. I don't care that the bitcoins are lost forever. I know about vanity generators, but that's not what I'm trying to do. I want this address to start with 1SomeTextGoesHere. How do I fill the rest with random data and calculate the checksum to append to the end? Examples in Python or JS are hugely appreciated! Thanks for any suggestions!
Is it possible and how hard would it be to calculate a private/public bitcoin address pair on your own.
I don't think I'd ever try that, so purely theoretical question. Let's suppose you don't trust any device that uses electricity (maybe unless you made it yourself) and you want to have the most secure paper wallet in the world so you decide to... calculate your private and public bitcoin address by yourself on a piece of paper. Would it be possible and how much time would it take? Maybe you'd only have to do some of the calculations to have same level of security. Maybe you could build a device that you fully trust and that would do the calculations for you and it would still be faster? What do you think about the idea in general? Would you consider doing that if it was about storing some enormous amount (like 1 million btc for example)?
First of all,please upvote for visibility + more opinions- this concernsall of us. Also, if you're stupid enough to think you'll get away with avoiding tax's despite KYC'ing to Coinbase & Binance don't bother commenting. News flash! you're gonna end up paying that tax in the long run + huge fines eating into your gains (or even putting you into debt). Anyways... I started investing in 2017. As a noob I did what most people did, chased multiple shitcoins, bought and sold various different pumps getting wrecked along the way. Then towards the end of the year, my portfolio increased significantly... but I DIDN'T sell - so I didn't "crystalise" any gainz. (I sold a couple hundred here and there during hard financial times, but I'm guessing nothing close to the free capital gains allowance). Fast forward just over 2 years, since then I've been buying BTC/ETH/XMR on a consistent basis. It's getting to the point where if I were to sell enough of my stack, I'd owe tax as it'd be over the "allowed" CGT threshold. That leads me to my question... how the fuck are you supposed to calculate capital gains tax when it comes to crypto? For the past 3 years I've traded in and out of alt-coins on multiple exchanges (some of which don't even exist anymore). It would be easy if it was just FIAT IN vs FIAT OUT, but the fact that CRYPTO to CRYPTO is considered taxable just makes it a nightmare! On top of that I did some freelance work (paid in BTC) which adds to the complexity. Take another example of what confuses me: Say I bought 1BTC on Coinbase in 2017, then 1BTC on Kraken in 2018, then 0.5BTC on Coinbase again in 2019, and hold them all in the same wallet. Then if I were to sell 0.5BTC in 2020, what Bitcoin was actually sold? Half of the 1 BTC bought in 2017? Is it FIFO? I genuinely don't know where to start and need help. I don't want to be in a shitty situation (for example some massive 2017-esque bull run happens just before the end of the tax year and I decide to cash out and have 3 days to sort shit out). I want to be prepared. I've come across services such as https://www.cointracker.io/ /https://bitcoin.tax/ etc but feel really hesitant to give quasi-unknown companies full read access to my wallet addresses, portfolio amount, personal email address etc. Privacy is key in the crypto space and I don't want another attack vector especially after seeing much more established companies such as Ledger fucking up (idiots) and losing my personal data. What do I do? I've even thought of selling EVERYTHING to FIAT and immediately buying it all back and taking whatever fine comes my way on the chin just so I can clearly track crypto transactions and not have to stress about it. If anyone has experience with crypto tax's please share any information that may be valuable to me/all the many others that are in the same situation as me. TL;DR: Bought loads of Bitcoin and Shitcoins throughout the past 3 years, finally starting to total up to an amount that'd be taxable if I sold a chunk - dafuq do I do regarding Taxes?
In this example, forget about private keys. I don't care that the bitcoins are lost forever. I know about vanity generators, but that's not what I'm trying to do. I want this address to start with 1ThisIsATest. How do I fill the rest with random data and calculate the checksum to append to the end? Examples in Python or JS are hugely appreciated! Thanks for any suggestions!
/r/Monero Weekly Discussion – October 17, 2020 - Use this thread for general chatter, basic questions, and if you're new to Monero
Wallet: CLI & GUI
1. General questions
Where can I download the Monero wallet?
There are multiple Monero wallets for a wide range of devices at your disposal. Check the table below for details and download links. Attention: for extra security make sure to calculate and compare the checksum of your downloaded files when possible. Please note the following usage of the labels: ⚠️ - Relatively new and/or beta. Use wallet with caution. ☢️ - Closed source.
"Official" GUI / CLI
Windows, macOS, Linux
Default implementation maintained by the core team. Use this wallet to run a full node and obtain maximum privacy. Integrates with hardware wallets. Current version: 0.16.0.3 / 0.16.0.3.
Your balance is unlocked after 10 confirmations (which means 10 mined blocks). A block is mined approximately every two minutes on the Monero network, so that would be around 20 minutes.
How can I prove that I sent a payment?
The fastest and most direct way is by using the ExploreMonero blockchain explorer. You will need to recover the transaction key from your wallet (complete guide for GUI / CLI).
How do I buy Monero (XMR) with Bitcoin (BTC)?
There are dozens of exchanges that trade Monero against Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Check out the list on CoinMarketCap and choose the option that suits you best.
How do I buy Monero (XMR) with fiat?
Kraken (USD and EUR): old-school, decent exchange. They might require your documents for verification and approval of your account.
LocalMonero: peer-to-peer exchange. They have pretty much everything as a payment method and they support hundreds of fiat options.
How can I quickly exchange my Monero (XMR) for Bitcoin (BTC)?
There are multiple ways to exchange your Monero for Bitcoin, but first of all, I'd like to remind you that if you really want to do your part for Monero, one of the simplest ways is to get in touch with your merchant/service provider and request for it to accept Monero directly as payment. Ask the service provider to visit the official website and our communication channels if he or she needs help with system integration. That being said, the community has been recommending two services in particular, XMR.TO and MorphToken. These services are only recommendations and are operated by entities outside the control of the Monero Project. Be diligent.
How do I mine Monero? And other mining questions.
The correct place to ask questions and discuss the Monero mining scene is in the dedicated subreddit MoneroMining. That being said, you can find a list of pools and available mining software in the GetMonero.org website.
2. Wallet: CLI & GUI
Why I can't see my balance? Where is my XMR?
Before any action there are two things to check:
Are you using the latest available version of the wallet? A new version is released roughly every 6 months, so make sure you're using the current release (compare the release on GetMonero.org with your wallet's version on Settings, under Debug info).
Is your wallet fully synchronized? If it isn't, wait the sync to complete.
Because Monero is different from Bitcoin, wallet synchronization is not instant. The software needs to synchronize the blockchain and use your private keys to identify your transactions. Check in the lower left corner (GUI) if the wallet is synchronized. You can't send transactions and your balance might be wrong or unavailable if the wallet is not synced with the network. So please wait. If this is not a sufficient answer for your case and you're looking for more information, please see this answer on StackExchange.
Why does it take so long to sync the wallet [for the first time]?
You have decided to use Monero's wallet and run a local node. Congratulations! You have chosen the safest and most secure option for your privacy, but unfortunately this has an initial cost. The first reason for the slowness is that you will need to download the entire blockchain, which is considerably heavy (+70 GB) and constantly growing. There are technologies being implemented in Monero to slow this growth, however it is inevitable to make this initial download to run a full node. Consider syncing to a device that has an SSD instead of an HDD, as this greatly impacts the speed of synchronization. Now that the blockchain is on your computer, the next time you run the wallet you only need to download new blocks, which should take seconds or minutes (depending on how often you use the wallet).
I don't want to download the blockchain, how can I skip that?
The way to skip downloading the blockchain is connecting your wallet to a public remote node. You can follow this guide on how to set it up. You can find a list of public remote nodes on MoneroWorld. Be advised that when using a public remote node you lose some of your privacy. A public remote node is able to identify your IP and opens up a range for certain attacks that further diminish your privacy.A remote node can't see your balance and it can't spend your XMR.
How do I restore my wallet from the mnemonic seed or from the keys?
To restore your wallet with the 25 word mnemonic seed, please see this guide. To restore your wallet with your keys, please see this guide.
3. Wallet: Ledger
How do I generate a Ledger Monero Wallet with the GUI or CLI?
This question is beautifully answered on StackExchange. Check this page for the GUI instructions, and this page for the CLI instructions.
How can my local node become a public remote node?
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