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How can i look into the Blockchain

How can i look into the Blockchain

How do I view the blockchain? Now, if you are on the main Bitcoin wallet, then all you have to do is to access the “view on Blockchain” section. From that point on, you’ll be directed to the corresponding page within the Blockchain Explorer. The transaction ID should be applied automatically. Can you access the […]

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Why number of zeroes in bitcoin hash is increasing?

Why are there so many zeros in a Bitcoin block hash? Quote from video: That they actually created a valid block what they do is that they create hashes that is cryptographic hashes to be exact sha-256 cryptographic hashes of the contents of the block header. Why is Bitcoin Hashrate so high? In exchange for […]

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Bitfinex API -> retrieve funding earnings for custom period

Does Bitfinex have an API? The Bitfinex API is designed to allow access to all the features of the Bitfinex platform on the condition that it is used in compliance with our API Terms of Service. Users can use the API to create highly customised and advanced trading strategies on our platform. What is API […]

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How to tell if Lightning nodes are lnd, c-lightning, eclair

What is LND Lightning? The Lightning Network Daemon ( lnd ) – is a complete implementation of a Lightning Network node. lnd has several pluggable back-end chain services including btcd (a full-node), bitcoind , and neutrino (a new experimental light client). Are Lightning nodes profitable? Let us circle back to the original question, “Are Lightning […]

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Using a dedicated phone as “hardware wallet”

Can a phone be a hardware wallet? MetaMask now supports @AirGap_it Wallet, a free app on Android and iOS that turns a phone into a hardware wallet. Can you use a phone as a cold wallet? When using a cell phone as a cold wallet, you would only turn it on when you want to […]

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Are Schnorr signatures quantum-computer resistant?

No, ECDSA and EC-Schnorr, as well as related schemes like EdDSA, all belong to the class of elliptic curve cryptography. Their security is based on the assumption that the EC discrete logarithm is unfeasibly hard to compute. Which Cryptocurrency is quantum resistant? Quantum Resistant Ledger. QRL has quantum in its name, so obviously quantum resistance […]

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How can I get transction destination address from raw transaction data?

Who validates transactions in bitcoin? the miners The transaction must be validated and mined by the miners (usually within 10 minutes but sometimes longer) to be completed, and then your wallet will indicate the ten-bitcoin deposit. What are the five standard transaction scripts? The five standard types of transaction scripts are pay-to-public-key-hash (P2PKH), public-key, multi-signature […]

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How to generate a bitcoin address from a hexadecimal private key using openssl in swift

How do I get a private key for my Bitcoin address? The bitcoin private key is just a number. You can pick your private keys randomly using just a coin, pencil, and paper: toss a coin 256 times and you have the binary digits of a random private key you can use in a bitcoin […]

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Bitcoin BTC wallet receive addresses

You can find your Bitcoin Cash (BCH) or Bitcoin (BTC) address for receiving payments into your Bitcoin.com wallet by tapping “Receive” on the bottom toolbar of your wallet. Your address will be the long string of numbers and letters directly below the QR code for that address. Can I give out my Bitcoin wallet address? […]

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Is a proof of work consensus mechanism that discourages mining in pools possible?

What is proof work mining? Proof of work (PoW) is a decentralized consensus mechanism that requires members of a network to expend effort solving an arbitrary mathematical puzzle to prevent anybody from gaming the system. Proof of work is used widely in cryptocurrency mining, for validating transactions and mining new tokens. How do you Disincentivize […]

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