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[ANN] Earn with your Bitcoin node and donate to others! https://bitcoin-nodes.online

Many people would be tempted to run a node if they can earn by doing it, do you have a spare server? that vps you dont use? That just turned useful.
For all the people already running a node this is a perfect way to receive donations, you could add your node in 24 hours.
Imagine if hundreds, maybe thousands of new Bitcoin nodes pop up thanks to the donations incentive, the network and all the users in the world would have a great benefit in terms of speed and security.
I'm very pleased to announce:
https://bitcoin-nodes.online
a new revolutionary way to earn with your Bitcoin node and donate to the people running one to help the worldwide Bitcoin network grow!
How bitcoin-nodes.online works:
We crawl the network to build a updated list of every single Bitcoin node online in the world and put it in a searchable table for you, currently you can filter the results by country, ip address, hostname, city, client and more. You can inspect every single node with the simplicity of a click, its personal page will show some additional information (where available) and a donation button containing a wallet that will forward any amount received to the node bitcoin address.
To get listed on the worldwide list (if you are not yet) all you have to do is follow a simple tutorial and in 24 hours you will be ready to accept donations. Some nodes sometimes are unreachable, we are working on a better crawler but its not entirely something we can control. To protect each node privacy a new bitcoin address is generated everytime as a payment forwarder to the node bitcoin address. To keep the server running and ensure a high quality service we randomly take a very small fee on donations. We also accept donations on this address: 16UxUzxhBc2itSLDhCkDsNpLFkXJyJjm7f
The project is very young and there are many updates for the future, stay tuned!
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[ANN] Earn with your Bitcoin node and donate to others! https://bitcoin-nodes.online /r/bitcoin_uncensored

[ANN] Earn with your Bitcoin node and donate to others! https://bitcoin-nodes.online /bitcoin_uncensored submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Always Online In Venezuela: Launched The First Satellite Node In Collaboration With Blockstream (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

Bitcoin Always Online In Venezuela: Launched The First Satellite Node In Collaboration With Blockstream (x-post from /Bitcoin) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

Online API documentation for Bitcoin Cash Node

Online API documentation for Bitcoin Cash Node submitted by BigBlockIfTrue to btc [link] [comments]

Online API documentation for Bitcoin Cash Node

Online API documentation for Bitcoin Cash Node submitted by BigBlockIfTrue to Bitcoincash [link] [comments]

Online API documentation for Bitcoin Cash Node

Online API documentation for Bitcoin Cash Node submitted by amalnathsathyan to u/amalnathsathyan [link] [comments]

Bitcoin on Twitter: "BTC's block size has been constrained to a mere 1MB so anyone can afford to run a node, but users are expected to transact on #LightningNetwork which requires multiple hard drives and an always-online full node that causes users to lose all their money if it goes offline. Hmmm"

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12-02 03:42 - 'But Lightning is not here yet and in the mean time Bitcoin Core is slow and expensive compared to other crypto currency, so why would people choose a payment system that does not exist yet over one that already exist? Like I s...' by /u/Kain_niaK removed from /r/Bitcoin within 1-11min

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But Lightning is not here yet and in the mean time Bitcoin Core is slow and expensive compared to other crypto currency, so why would people choose a payment system that does not exist yet over one that already exist? Like I said, the debate is not about offchain transactions. The debate is about what the first stable layer looks like before you start building on top of it. Right now that base layer is already pushing people away because of long confirmation times and high fees. This will lead to an ecosystem where directly building on top of the base layer is not for everybody, only the bitcoin rich. Then if new comers want to build a business on top of Bitcoin they are forced to go through a offchain solution because otherwise it would be to expensive for them. While if you keep that base layer open for everybody in the beginning, when use adoption is still low, you get the opportunity for many many different systems to be build on top of Bitcoin. That will keep offchain system decentralised so nobody can get a monopoly on a offchain system. As long as there is not the Bitcoin usage that NEEDS scaling, offchain is a pipedream and a blocksize increase as simple as changing some code and finding the consensus for it. And by the time Lighting is there, Bitcoin will have pushed people that want a payment system to other crypto and then Bitcoin will be a settlement system and a store of value ..if it can retain that value which is going to be hard without the use for it (it's not a soft shinny metal that does not rust) . But maybe when all the banks and governments see it's pointless to fight crypto they will embrace it and make Bitcoin core at the center of that. Then Bitcoin will again be something for the elite. Technically for everybody but realistically only for those that can afford it. But by that time the people will use a crypto that does for them what they want. For example: I like to be able to directly pay online and tip people on social media. And send funds to my family directly,, that they can use to buy stuff with. Bitcoin core is no longer on it's way to become this tool I am looking for. But that's okay, there are alternative. Right now I even prefer Ethereum over Bitcoin Cash bcause confirmations are faster. As for it being centralized, that's only a problem when it will actually be attacked. And right now crypto is still way to small to pose a significant threat to any government or bank. And Ethereum is still decentralized enough, before it becomes a threat it needs to grow and when it grows it will become more decentralized just like with Bitcoin. So that's a problem that fixes itself. Something decentralized in software and something decentralized in human beings is completely different. There can be 5 million Bitcoin nodes online but if 4 million of those are operated by a group that listens to a single guy then it's decentralized on a technical level but not on a political level. Anyway, crypto is survival of the fittest so time will tell what the right way of going forward was. It's all unexplored territory so nobody has a goddamn clue, we have not been here before.
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There are currently 1121 Lightning nodes. Because LN requires each user to run a node that is always online, it's safe to say the node count represents the total number of users. Can LN scale Bitcoin to billions of users?

There are currently 1121 Lightning nodes. Because LN requires each user to run a node that is always online, it's safe to say the node count represents the total number of users. Can LN scale Bitcoin to billions of users? submitted by Windowly to btc [link] [comments]

Bitcoin SV nodes online

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You can run a Bitcoin full node without lagging your online games or having it affect your VoIP calls by installing DD-wrt software

You can run a Bitcoin full node without lagging your online games or having it affect your VoIP calls by installing DD-wrt software` on your modem/routegateway and using the QoS (Quality of Service) feature to throttle your node and give priority to more important applications.
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Want to *really* help decentralization by getting more full nodes online? Code a simple bandwidth limit option (like in any decent torrent client) in Bitcoin Core so that people can actually run nodes without ruining their connection

This is a big reason why people stop running full nodes, at least home users. I've seen multiple complaints from folks saying that it eats all their bandwidth, making their internet connection nearly unusable. The result? They stop running a full node. And who can blame them?
There's been plenty of discussion on this issue for four years (!) on the Bitcoin GitHub: https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/issues/273 - I think with all this recent talk about worries of decreasing full node count, this would be a relatively non-controversial means to make running a full node much more accessible, and therefore greatly increase the number of full nodes on the network.
As it is, the user can apply supplemental bandwidth shapers and QoS rules to deal with this, e.g. https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/blob/mastecontrib/qos/tc.sh, but how many people are really going to do that - or even find out that they can?
Concerns on the GitHub issue that this will slow down the network are absurd, in my opinion - for one thing, there's no real incentive to "leech" by capping upload speed well under capacity, and for another, these people who want to regulate the speeds are just going to get frustrated and shut their nodes down completely, as many folks already have. Even if they're throttled, having a great many more nodes than we do now is going to increase the network's speed, not decrease it.
I wish that I had the coding skills to write a patch for this myself, but I do not, and so I just want to try to encourage those who can to make it a higher priority. I think that the impact of this issue has been drastically underestimated by a large number of people.
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Bitcoin Private claim ymgve script not working, no nodes online

I cannot claim my bitcoin private through the script, anyone else having this problem?
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More than 600 'Bitcoin Core' Nodes Come Online This Week As Bitcoin Scaling War Ramps Up

More than 600 'Bitcoin Core' Nodes Come Online This Week As Bitcoin Scaling War Ramps Up submitted by mikegreen121 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Why is it safe to use for bitcoin donation I'm new with crypto and I am asking if there’s another way to store a video or image on my phone to tor relay nodes for bitcoin transaction ?? Hashing a book or online resource is best to keep all the records of transactions?

Easy to use, secure, etc. Thanks We want to run my own Lightning Node so I can understand what I'm doing. Those in which there is a large amount of bitcoin with credit or debit card? However, when importing the private key in order to buy a guitar from eBay.
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More than 600 'Bitcoin Core' Nodes Come Online This Week As Bitcoin Scaling War Ramps Up (totally organic (not!!))

More than 600 'Bitcoin Core' Nodes Come Online This Week As Bitcoin Scaling War Ramps Up (totally organic (not!!)) submitted by increaseblocks to btc [link] [comments]

Total Power Usage of all online bitcoin nodes?

Is it possible to estimate the total power usage or energy consumption of all online bitcoin nodes? If so, how would you go about it? Can we estimate the number of hash attempts made for a given block over all the nodes in the network?
Is there a way to tell: -How many bitcoin nodes are running? -How quickly each node is performing hashes to demonstrate proof of work?
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There are currently 1121 Lightning nodes. Because LN requires each user to run a node that is always online, it's safe to say the node count represents the total number of users. Can LN scale Bitcoin to billions of users?

There are currently 1121 Lightning nodes. Because LN requires each user to run a node that is always online, it's safe to say the node count represents the total number of users. Can LN scale Bitcoin to billions of users? submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

With all the LN nodes coming online, what are the tax implications for off main net transactions? Do we need to keep personal journals of each transaction, and the price of BTC at the time of transaction? Seems very tedious. /r/Bitcoin

With all the LN nodes coming online, what are the tax implications for off main net transactions? Do we need to keep personal journals of each transaction, and the price of BTC at the time of transaction? Seems very tedious. /Bitcoin submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

04-09 04:02 - 'With all the LN nodes coming online, what are the tax implications for off main net transactions? Do we need to keep personal journals of each transaction, and the price of BTC at the time of transaction?...' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/weilinweilin123 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 40-50min

With all the LN nodes coming online, what are the tax implications for off main net transactions? Do we need to keep personal journals of each transaction, and the price of BTC at the time of transaction? Seems very tedious.
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'Always' online personal LN nodes? /r/Bitcoin

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I'm proud to say that my online store is now accepting bitcoin directly to our Ledger through our own node. Thanks to superhuman Nicolas Dorier and his open-source BTCPay project. By cutting off the intermediary, we decreased the cost and more importantly enhanced the privacy of our customers

I'm proud to say that my online store is now accepting bitcoin directly to our Ledger through our own node. Thanks to superhuman Nicolas Dorier and his open-source BTCPay project. By cutting off the intermediary, we decreased the cost and more importantly enhanced the privacy of our customers submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Armory Troubleshooting Offline Node - YouTube Brian Lockhart on Running a Bitcoin Full Node Bitcoin Blockchain, Miners, and Nodes (Explained Simply) YouTube 002 - Blockchain, Mining, Nodes & Halving?

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Bitcoin Armory Troubleshooting Offline Node - YouTube

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