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The hacking has nothing to do with Bitcoin, numbers of nodes are up the last 24 hrs (linked, global distribution of bitcoin nodes last 24 hours)

The hacking has nothing to do with Bitcoin, numbers of nodes are up the last 24 hrs (linked, global distribution of bitcoin nodes last 24 hours) submitted by kerstn to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Monero is 1/100 of Bitcoin’s marketcap, but has over 1/3 the number of devs, and nearly 1/5 the number of findable nodes.

Monero is 1/100 of Bitcoin’s marketcap, but has over 1/3 the number of devs, and nearly 1/5 the number of findable nodes. submitted by MoneroOutreach to moonero [link] [comments]

Monero is 1/100 of Bitcoin’s marketcap, but has over 1/3 the number of devs, and nearly 1/5 the number of findable nodes.

Monero is 1/100 of Bitcoin’s marketcap, but has over 1/3 the number of devs, and nearly 1/5 the number of findable nodes. submitted by Thunderosa to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Is it possible to specify the number of Tor connections on a listening Bitcoin Core full node?

A standard listening node gets a maximum of 125 connections, clearnet and Tor. Is it possible to reserve say 25 connections for Tor only?
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Monero is 1/100 of Bitcoin’s marketcap, but has over 1/3 the number of devs, and nearly 1/5 the number of findable nodes. (x-post from /r/cryptocurrency)

Monero is 1/100 of Bitcoin’s marketcap, but has over 1/3 the number of devs, and nearly 1/5 the number of findable nodes. (x-post from /cryptocurrency) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

Monero is 1/100 of Bitcoin’s marketcap, but has over 1/3 the number of devs, and nearly 1/5 the number of findable nodes.

Monero is 1/100 of Bitcoin’s marketcap, but has over 1/3 the number of devs, and nearly 1/5 the number of findable nodes. submitted by MoneroOutreach to privacycoins [link] [comments]

While hashrate gets most of the attention from a security standpoint for cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, would security also benefit if full nodes because more pervasive from a geographic density standpoint?? i.e. number of full nodes per square kilometer or a similar measure??

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What are those increasing number of TOR connected Bitcoin Nodes

https://bitnodes.earn.com/nodes/?q=unknown-country
The amount is increasing in the last 4 hr?
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Here are the top 10 countries with the highest number of Bitcoin nodes. Surprised?

Here are the top 10 countries with the highest number of Bitcoin nodes. Surprised? submitted by _DataLight_ to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Anonymity Remains Key for Bitcoin Users as Tor Network Tops in Number of Public BTC Nodes

Anonymity Remains Key for Bitcoin Users as Tor Network Tops in Number of Public BTC Nodes submitted by cryptolobe to cryptolobe [link] [comments]

Anonymity Remains Key for Bitcoin Users as Tor Network Tops in Number of Public BTC Nodes

Anonymity Remains Key for Bitcoin Users as Tor Network Tops in Number of Public BTC Nodes submitted by ThrillerPodcast to thrillerpodcast [link] [comments]

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]

The number of Lightning nodes in the Bitcoin network has exceeded 10,000

The number of Lightning nodes in the Bitcoin network has exceeded 10,000
The number of active Lightning nodes in the bitcoin network has exceeded 10,000. 828.7 BTC is transmitted through payment channels.
https://preview.redd.it/2hwk0a7j65p31.jpg?width=785&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=1ea3194a4826560b0248afbc9210a53878ac3ec2
An anonymous programmer who provides the operation of these nodes stated in his interview that micropayments are the future, and the Lightning Network is the same breakthrough as Bitcoin.
He also said that he reduced the fees for using his channels to almost zero because he previously earned only $20 per month.
Earlier, the Lightning Network successfully passed the first formal review of the network specification for security.
Risk Warning: CFDs are high-risk products.
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Andreas in Jan 2016 on nodes vs miners and their contribution to bitcoin network: "Node count is a lot less important than miners. Validating on the way to the miners is important for propagation, but bitcoin network has no problem with latency or propagation. The current number of nodes is fine"

Andreas in Jan 2016 on nodes vs miners and their contribution to bitcoin network: submitted by hunk_quark to btc [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Lightning network surpasses 10k public nodes. The total number of channels stood at 36,217. Additionally, the number of nodes rose by 3.16% over a period of 30 days. Unique channels stood at 28,380 and the duplicates ones accounted for 3,560 nodes,

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Bitcoin holders will always have roughly 100x more staked on the value of Bitcoin than miners. This proves it is financially infeasible for miners to afford a node, that a significant number of Bitcoin stakeholders cannot also afford. For that reason, the "Runaway node" cost is a myth.

Bitcoin holders will always have roughly 100x more staked on the value of Bitcoin than miners. This proves it is financially infeasible for miners to afford a node, that a significant number of Bitcoin stakeholders cannot also afford. For that reason, the submitted by guyfawkesfp to btc [link] [comments]

The Number of Public Nodes in Bitcoin Lightning Network Has Reached 10,000

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Number of Bitcoin Lightning Network Nodes Hits Record 10,000

Number of Bitcoin Lightning Network Nodes Hits Record 10,000 submitted by ThrillerPodcast to thrillerpodcast [link] [comments]

Number of Bitcoin Lightning Network Nodes Hits Record 10,000

Number of Bitcoin Lightning Network Nodes Hits Record 10,000 submitted by n4bb to CoinPath [link] [comments]

Hey hey r/bitcoin! I'm trying to figure out how this Bitcoin Node Software is determining accurate count inaccurate counts from nodes. It's being used to count the number of nodes on bitcoin and I think is a very important argument when discussing the strength of the Bitcoin help. Any thoughts? 📚

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We all know where the most of Bitcoin is mined, but what countries have the highest number of Bitcoin nodes? Let's find out!

We all know where the most of Bitcoin is mined, but what countries have the highest number of Bitcoin nodes? Let's find out! submitted by YuKammer to CryptoNewsandTalk [link] [comments]

Lightning Network is no panacea: here is an image that explains why node costs scale with the number of bitcoin users with or without LN.

Lightning Network is no panacea: here is an image that explains why node costs scale with the number of bitcoin users with or without LN. submitted by Peter__R to btc [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Q&A: Can You Run a Lightning Node on a Mobile Phone? Do you REALLY understand the Bitcoin Mempool? Programmer explains. Introduction to bitcoin in 5 minutes Blockchain/Bitcoin for beginners 6: blocks and mining, content and creation of bitcoin blocks

Most Bitcoin nodes also act as a Bitcoin client, which allows transactions to be sent to the network. This means a node acts as your personal interface with the Bitcoin network as a whole. Running a node ensures that your Bitcoin transactions are verified and sent to whoever you’re transacting with. This puts the power to send uncensorable money across the world or across the street in your ... Top 10 countries with their respective number of reachable nodes are as follow. RANK COUNTRY NODES; 1: n/a: 2880 (26.12%) 2: Germany: 1884 (17.09%) 3: United States: 1825 (16.55%) 4: France: 556 (5.04%) 5: Netherlands: 418 (3.79%) 6: Singapore : 304 (2.76%) 7: Canada: 301 (2.73%) 8: United Kingdom: 283 (2.57%) 9: Russian Federation: 219 (1.99%) 10: Japan: 200 (1.81%) More (97) Map shows ... Blocks may only create a certain number of bitcoins. (Currently 6.25 BTC per block.) ... It is only reasonably secure to use a lightweight node because most of the Bitcoin economy uses full nodes. Therefore, it is critical for Bitcoin's survival that the great majority of the Bitcoin economy be backed by full nodes, not lightweight nodes. This is especially important for Bitcoin businesses ... Looking at a 60-day chart of bitcoin nodes shows that the number has gone down significantly. It went from 10,000 reachable nodes in early March to below 8,000 at the beginning of May. To enable block pruning set prune=N on the command line or in bitcoin.conf, where N is the number of MiB to allot for raw block and undo data. A value of 0 disables pruning. The minimal value above 0 is 550. Your wallet is as secure with high values as it is with low ones. Higher values merely ensure that your node will not shut down upon blockchain reorganizations of more than 2 days - which ...

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Bitcoin Q&A: Can You Run a Lightning Node on a Mobile Phone?

Get our free Bitcoin course here - https://chrisdunn.com/free-bitcoin-course This Bitcoin basics video series will explain Bitcoin for beginners. You'll lear... Every time a certain number of Block rewards are created, the block reward is cut in half, creating a Bitcoin Halving event. The first halving was at the end of 2013, the second in mid-2016, and ... This video was originally uploaded two years ago but I accidentally deleted it. Therefore the number of nodes quoted will be out of date. However the basic principles of Bitcoin will never change. A major approach to overcoming the performance and scalability limitations of current blockchain protocols is to use sharding, which is to split the overheads of processing transactions among ... Bitcoin Q&A: What is the role of nodes? - Duration: 8:17. aantonop 43,112 views. 8:17. Bitcoin mass adoption, Blockchain killing jobs, Crypto Community - Programmer explains - Duration: 13:13 ...

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