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40% for big blocks! (Mar. 9) - Coin Dance | Bitcoin Block Details

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Bitcoin Block Details

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LNB power injector for Blockstream/Bitcoin Satellite (EU)

So I'm trying to setup a receiving end for Blockstream's Satellite that broadcasts Bitcoin's blocks (details found at https://github.com/Blockstream/satellite). I am located in Europe so the satellite is Telstar 11N (EU) with freq: 11504.02 MHz (Pol: Vertical).
From the instructions it seems I will need a LNB and then connect to RTL SDR via a LNB power supply/injector. I found from a shop an LNB that I believe it's compatible: Sharpe BS1K2EL100A https://www.sharpsde.com/products/rf-components/products/BS1K2EL100A but I'm having trouble with the LNB power injector.
Anyone knows if this: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Axing-TZU-15-02-terrestrial-F-connectors-Silvedp/B002KDU19A will do (assuming cable adapters etc.)? Also, it seems for the US satellite which has Horizontal polarization one person used a DIRECTV 21v Power Inserter SWM ODU and it worked, but it won't do for my case (I assume).
Thank you
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Poolin Launches Bitcoin Block Explorer With Detailed Fee Guidance & Halving Data

Poolin Launches Bitcoin Block Explorer With Detailed Fee Guidance & Halving Data submitted by bitentrepreneur to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin will be fighting against centralization until the end of time. One reason: block propagation time will never reach zero. Details in this 3-minute video.

Bitcoin will be fighting against centralization until the end of time. One reason: block propagation time will never reach zero. Details in this 3-minute video. submitted by ChronosCrypto to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

I was able to contact the operator of the pool which mined most of the Bitcoin Cash blocks so far, and got unfortunate news: They're switching back to the main chain immediately. Details in comments.

I was able to contact the operator of the pool which mined most of the Bitcoin Cash blocks so far, and got unfortunate news: They're switching back to the main chain immediately. Details in comments. submitted by markasoftware to btc [link] [comments]

I'm personally funding a TX propagation system for BCH. The technology exists Taking proposals for operators. Details this weekend. We use stegonagraphic embedded data in images to forward bitcoin cash in places that may block bitcoin. Basically, censor proof. #Unstoppable

I'm personally funding a TX propagation system for BCH. The technology exists Taking proposals for operators. Details this weekend. We use stegonagraphic embedded data in images to forward bitcoin cash in places that may block bitcoin. Basically, censor proof. #Unstoppable submitted by Windowly to btc [link] [comments]

What did the mining of the first few bitcoins look like on the block? What is the purpose? (more details in post)

I understand that each block contains information on: * 1. Hash of previous block (except for genesis block) * 2. Transaction data + reward for mining block * 3. 'To-be-solved encryption'
However, I am having trouble finding the answer to the question: If no bitcoins existed, what kind of data did the first few blocks contain? If the process of 'mining' is typically tied to the validation of transactions...What was being transacted if no bitcoins existed?
In other words, what is the intent of mining the first few blocks? I'm not trying to get at "The intent being to yield the 50 bitcoin/block", but "What is the ultimate purpose of the blockchain at the infancy stage?" Currently, all I can think of is to generate bitcoins in the network.
Please forgive my elementary understanding.
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I wish someone would 51% attack Bitcoin with the goal to make a 6-block-reorg. Then publish every small detail, success or no. Rogue-science.

I wish someone would 51% attack Bitcoin with the goal to make a 6-block-reorg. Then publish every small detail, success or no. Rogue-science. submitted by Bitcoin1776 to BitcoinMining [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Core: Transaction Details. What does "Status: Open for 202692 more blocks" mean?

First transaction since mining in 2013 and sent all my bitcoin (0.14) to an exchange from the Bitcoin Core wallet but mistakenly set the fee as 1.003 sat / byte and transaction stuck since 28 nov.
Have tried multiple accelerators but no joy. Was hoping it would be dropped by now but no luck, have not been broadcasting with the wallet.
Tried deleting the mempool.dat to abandon but now I have to download 6 years of blockchain to confirm the transaction so the balance shows up in the wallet.
Does the open status relate to dropping (abandoning) the transaction?
https://blockchain.info/tx/e3d6f95abbe2af52d7907a4a034cb8ee8a1231404ce8e07e45c8b09c29e9ca76
Edit: Still no clue about the question in the title.
After some research here is the solution to my problem for any other noobs with a stuck transaction made up of many small inputs.
ELI5 on inputs is think of each input as a denomination of currency like coins and notes For my mining as was paid in the equivalent of loose change with many small inputs.
Each input has a number of bytes so a transaction with many inputs is like paying for something worth $100 with loose change, bulky and slow. I need to create a transaction to another address to convert my change to a note but it will cost a fee to do so.
In Bitcoin-qt i set the walletbroadcast=0 option and deleted mempool.dat.
Downloaded the blockchain again to confirm each input and marked the stuck transaction as abandoned, otherwise I would have ran zapwallettxs option to remove it.
Reason for doing it this way is I still had a couple of unconfirmed inputs from mining i didnt want to lose.
Next i downloaded Electrum and did not import the private key, instead set up the sweep private keys option to consolidate the inputs to a new addreas and set the tx as an rbf with the fee at 50 sats/byte.
Just waiting for confirmation, if no joy in 72hrs will either increase fee or wait for fees to drop.
Can now use original address to claim any btc forks safely.
Hope this helps someone.
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"I have done a detailed byte for byte accounting of segwit savings for 7 million recent transactions (blocks 410000 - 414660). The segwit discount for these transactions is a factor of 1.86, so segwit gives us effectively 1.86 MB blocks." -Johoe "Bitcoin Hero"

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Bitcoin Core on Twitter - As previously announced Bitcoin Core is hard forking in November on Block 494,784. More details here for now segwit2x.github.io/segwit2x-annou… #Bcore

Bitcoin Core on Twitter - As previously announced Bitcoin Core is hard forking in November on Block 494,784. More details here for now segwit2x.github.io/segwit2x-annou… #Bcore submitted by increaseblocks to btc [link] [comments]

32 Bitcoin Cash blocks in the last hour: Coin Dance | Bitcoin Cash Block Details

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I wish someone would 51% attack Bitcoin with the goal to make a 6-block-reorg. Then publish every small detail, success or no. Rogue-science.

I wish someone would 51% attack Bitcoin with the goal to make a 6-block-reorg. Then publish every small detail, success or no. Rogue-science. submitted by cryptoallbot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

I wish someone would 51% attack Bitcoin with the goal to make a 6-block-reorg. Then publish every small detail, success or no. Rogue-science.

I wish someone would 51% attack Bitcoin with the goal to make a 6-block-reorg. Then publish every small detail, success or no. Rogue-science. submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin will be fighting against centralization until the end of time. One reason: block propagation time will never reach zero. Details in this 3-minute video.

Bitcoin will be fighting against centralization until the end of time. One reason: block propagation time will never reach zero. Details in this 3-minute video. submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin will be fighting against centralization until the end of time. One reason: block propagation time will never reach zero. Details in this 3-minute video.

Bitcoin will be fighting against centralization until the end of time. One reason: block propagation time will never reach zero. Details in this 3-minute video. submitted by ChronosCrypto to btc [link] [comments]

Tim Draper on Twitter: "I recently purchased some BCH. So easy to buy/use. Go to http://Bitcoin.com. Thank you @rogerver_cash for this innovation. #bitcoin #BitcoinCash"

Tim Draper on Twitter: submitted by sandakersmann to btc [link] [comments]

I'm personally funding a TX propagation system for BCH. The technology exists Taking proposals for operators. Details this weekend. We use stegonagraphic embedded data in images to forward bitcoin cash in places that may block bitcoin. Basically, censor proof. #Unstoppable

I'm personally funding a TX propagation system for BCH. The technology exists Taking proposals for operators. Details this weekend. We use stegonagraphic embedded data in images to forward bitcoin cash in places that may block bitcoin. Basically, censor proof. #Unstoppable submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Core on Twitter - As previously announced Bitcoin Core is hard forking in November on Block 494,784. More details here for now segwit2x.github.io/segwit2x-annou… #Bcore

Bitcoin Core on Twitter - As previously announced Bitcoin Core is hard forking in November on Block 494,784. More details here for now segwit2x.github.io/segwit2x-annou… #Bcore submitted by increaseblocks to BCore [link] [comments]

Ethereum's Fork & Bitcoin's Block Size: Different Dramas, Same Cause | DASH: Detailed

Ethereum's Fork & Bitcoin's Block Size: Different Dramas, Same Cause | DASH: Detailed submitted by Amanda_B_Johnson to dashpay [link] [comments]

What did the mining of the first few bitcoins look like on the block? What is the purpose? (more details in post) /r/BitcoinBeginners

What did the mining of the first few bitcoins look like on the block? What is the purpose? (more details in post) /BitcoinBeginners submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

How Bitcoin Works in 5 Minutes (Technical) - YouTube How does a blockchain work - Simply Explained - YouTube What is Bitcoin ?  How Bitcoin Work in Details (HINDI ... How Bitcoin Works Under the Hood - YouTube How to get a Bitcoin Wallet Address - FREE & in under a ...

See the merkle tree section for details. The first transaction in a block must be a coinbase transaction which should collect and spend any transaction fees paid by transactions included in this block. All blocks with a block height less than 6,930,000 are entitled to receive a block subsidy of newly created bitcoin value, which also should be spent in the coinbase transaction. (The block ... Es gibt mehrere richtige Lösungen für jeden beliebigen Block - es muss nur eine Lösung gefunden werden, damit der Block als gelöst gilt. Da es bei jeder korrekten Lösung eines Blocks eine Belohnung in Form von neuen Bitcoins gibt, enthält jeder Block auch eine Aufzeichnung darüber, welche Bitcoin- Adresse das Recht hat, die Belohnung zu kassieren. A Bitcoin blockchain explorer lets you view transactions, wallet details, and the very blocks that make up the ledger. In that, a Bitcoin blockchain explorer is similar to an internet search engine, allowing you to trawl through masses of data to pinpoint the information you need. Here are the seven best Bitcoin blockchain explorers. 1. Blockchain.com Block Explorer. Blockchain’s Block ... Bitcoin transactions are broadcast to the network by the sender, and all peers trying to solve blocks collect the transaction records and add them to the block they are working to solve. Miners get incentive to include transactions in their blocks because of attached transaction fees. The difficulty of the mathematical problem is automatically adjusted by the network, such that it targets a ... The Bitcoin.com Explorer provides block, transaction, and address data for the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Bitcoin (BTC) chains. The data is displayed within an awesome interface and is available in several different languages.

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How Bitcoin Works in 5 Minutes (Technical) - YouTube

The Crypto Dad shows you how to trace a Bitcoin transaction. Important software used is: Electrum bitcoin wallet: https://electrum.org/#home The Blockchain e... If you want to find out more about the tools we have for cryptocurrency investors in our Masters area, see video here: https://moocharoo.ninja/bmm Also try: ... A somewhat technical explanation of how Bitcoin works. Want more? Check out my new in-depth course on the latest in Bitcoin, Blockchain, and a survey of the ... This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue. Watch Queue Queue This is part 26 of the Blockchain tutorial explaining how to make a bitcoin transaction. A real demonstration is given how to make a bitcoin transaction on t...

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