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bchnode

/bchnode is a non-official fan-community of the Bitcoin Cash Node project! What is the Bitcoin Cash Node initiative? The primary goal of the Bitcoin Cash Node initiative is to provide a safe and professional Bitcoin Cash node implementation that will neutrally follow the longest Bitcoin Cash chain without contributing to the risk of a chain split.
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Bitcoin - The Currency of the Internet

A community dedicated to Bitcoin, the currency of the Internet. Bitcoin is a distributed, worldwide, decentralized digital money. Bitcoins are issued and managed without any central authority whatsoever: there is no government, company, or bank in charge of Bitcoin. You might be interested in Bitcoin if you like cryptography, distributed peer-to-peer systems, or economics. A large percentage of Bitcoin enthusiasts are libertarians, though people of all political philosophies are welcome.
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Bitmessage

Bitmessage is a P2P communications protocol used to send encrypted messages to another person or to many subscribers. It is decentralized and trustless, meaning that you need-not inherently trust any entities like root certificate authorities. It also aims to hide "non-content" data, like the sender and receiver of messages, from eavesdroppers. If Bitmessage is completely new to you, you may wish to start by reading the [whitepaper](http://bitmessage.org/bitmessage.pdf).
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Bitcoin Unlimited proves again to be unreliable as a Bitcoin client. We recommend running @bitcoincoreorg as your full node Bitcoin client.

Bitcoin Unlimited proves again to be unreliable as a Bitcoin client. We recommend running @bitcoincoreorg as your full node Bitcoin client. submitted by slacker-77 to btc [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Unlimited proves again to be unreliable as a Bitcoin client. We recommend running @bitcoincoreorg as your full node Bitcoin client.

Bitcoin Unlimited proves again to be unreliable as a Bitcoin client. We recommend running @bitcoincoreorg as your full node Bitcoin client. submitted by slacker-77 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Unlimited proves again to be unreliable as a Bitcoin client. We recommend running @bitcoincoreorg as your full node Bitcoin client.

Bitcoin Unlimited proves again to be unreliable as a Bitcoin client. We recommend running @bitcoincoreorg as your full node Bitcoin client. submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Don't forget we have Bitcoin Unlimited and other full node clients for BCH

The fork chain split ABC is trying and their venom has been mostly aimed at BCHN. Although BCHN is competent, and ABC is the one forking off, let's not forget we already have other competent and time tested BCH full node clients like Bitcoin Unlimited.
Don't forget the BU devs have been around a long time and have even been the devs who have found the most serious bugs in the history of Bitcoin: https://medium.com/@awemany/600-microseconds-b70f87b0b2a6
Not like Amaury from ABC who covers up bugs and pretends he fixed them when in reality he didn't and exposed all of us for months to a serious bug.
Don't want to run BU? Fine, run BCHD, Flowee, Knuth or Verde. The choice is yours. All of these nodes except ABC will be compatible with the November upgrade.
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I finally finished an altcoin with working mining, wallet etc. However when I tried to run a main node on AWS I could not for the life of me get my local client to connect. (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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08-21 10:34 - 'I finally finished an altcoin with working mining, wallet etc. However when I tried to run a main node on AWS I could not for the life of me get my local client to connect.' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/AthP2121 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 67-77min

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I opened all ports on AWS, put in the DNS and public address under “addnode” yet still nothing. Is this a common issue with AWS?
(Please let me know if you want any more details on the project)
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I finally finished an altcoin with working mining, wallet etc. However when I tried to run a main node on AWS I could not for the life of me get my local client to connect.
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Bitcoin Cash Developers Fork ABC Reference Implementation Client, Create "BCH Node"

Bitcoin Cash Developers Fork ABC Reference Implementation Client, Create submitted by afriendofsatoshi to btc [link] [comments]

💡| Knuth is a high performance implementation of the Bitcoin Cash protocol focused on users requiring extra capacity and resilience. It is a full node software client, but also a development platform. It is designed for: miners, exchanges, app devolopers, block explorers and other businesses.

💡| Knuth is a high performance implementation of the Bitcoin Cash protocol focused on users requiring extra capacity and resilience. It is a full node software client, but also a development platform. It is designed for: miners, exchanges, app devolopers, block explorers and other businesses. submitted by ojjordan78 to Bitcoincash [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Cash Node v0.21.0 Formally Released as Drop-In Replacement for Running ABC Client

Bitcoin Cash Node v0.21.0 Formally Released as Drop-In Replacement for Running ABC Client submitted by afriendofsatoshi to btc [link] [comments]

Cardano at World Economic Forum; Ethereum 'Stateless Clients'; Tesla Bitcoin Nodes

Cardano at World Economic Forum; Ethereum 'Stateless Clients'; Tesla Bitcoin Nodes submitted by cryptoviser to cardano [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Cash Node v0.21.0 Formally Released as Drop-In Replacement for Running ABC Client

Bitcoin Cash Node v0.21.0 Formally Released as Drop-In Replacement for Running ABC Client submitted by wisequote to bchnode [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Cash Developers Fork ABC Reference Implementation Client, Create "BCH Node"

Bitcoin Cash Developers Fork ABC Reference Implementation Client, Create submitted by afriendofsatoshi to Bitcoincash [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Cash Node v0.21.0 Formally Released as Drop-In Replacement for Running ABC Client

Bitcoin Cash Node v0.21.0 Formally Released as Drop-In Replacement for Running ABC Client submitted by afriendofsatoshi to Bitcoincash [link] [comments]

Bitcoin BCH has 8 full node software clients, 5 unique protocol implementations written in 4 different programming languages.

Bitcoin BCH has 8 full node software clients, 5 unique protocol implementations written in 4 different programming languages. submitted by Egon_1 to btc [link] [comments]

Cardano at World Economic Forum; Ethereum 'Stateless Clients'; Tesla Bitcoin Nodes

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Cardano at World Economic Forum; Ethereum 'Stateless Clients'; Tesla Bitcoin Nodes

Cardano at World Economic Forum; Ethereum 'Stateless Clients'; Tesla Bitcoin Nodes submitted by cryptoviser to Crypto_Currency_News [link] [comments]

First users have to learn how bitcoin works... then move to segwit once it's implemented in client, then become full time admins running a LN node, and finally become KYC compliant with the hub they'll subscribe to for linkability...

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PSA: For many of us, running a BU node doesn't mean we love Roger Ver, want to destroy Bitcoin, or even hate Core. For many of us, it means that we support an ecosystem of competing Bitcoin clients.

Disclosure: I do not run a BU node at this time. The closed source patch fix, etc., was unacceptable to me, as the whole bug debacle showed that BU's communications and QA strategy has still further evolution to go.
That said, however, where I am in this ecosystem, I don't know who BU's programmers are, and I'm not interested in knowing their names, though, I'd buy any Bitcoin dev on either side a coffee and maybe even a picture—agree or disagree, you're building the future. And that's just it. When I brought up my Bitcoin Unlimited node, for me, I'm signalling my support of an ecosystem that offers constituents legitimate alternative clients and other opportunities for the community as a whole to consider and choose between legitimate alternatives. Period.When my BU came up, I'm saying, "Here's a node, miners. If you choose BU, great, the nodes are there for you." Clients don't develop in a vacuum. There is NO legitimate "choice" in Bitcoin if there isn't a legitimate node infrastructure that could realistically support a switch over.
I frequent /BTC not just because I support reasonable, on-chain scaling, and not because I hate L2 solutions (and activate SegWit already, damnit!), but because I cannot support the censorship in the other sub. Who cares where we are? It doesn't mean I'm against /Bitcoin folks.
We're here for the freedom. The privacy. The disintermediation. Hopefully, that's why we're all here.
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In early 2013, it became a common belief that new Bitcoin users should not be recommended Bitcoin-QT, the full node client. Bitcoin.org was changed to no longer exclusively recommend it. Two years later, the block size conservatives are saying the drop in full node count was due to block size

I distinctly remember that the recommending of Bitcoin-QT to new Bitcoin users became a faux pas in early 2013. It was claimed that regular people should download and install an SPV client like Multibit.
Predictably, there was a large drop in the full node count, as the wallet market became dominated by a large number of new, light clients, and the most trafficked Bitcoin website, bitcoin.org, stopped exclusively recommending people to install Bitcoin-QT.
Now, we have important developers like Luke-Jr claiming that this 95% drop in full node count can be mainly attributed to the growing size of the block chain, despite the fact that the drop began right when light clients began being recommended..
EDIT to add some data:
This is the image that GMaxwell and Peter Todd, two individuals who are conservative about the block size (in particular Peter Todd, who's been warning about increasing the 1 MB size limit since 2013), have linked to to make their point about the full node count:
http://i.imgur.com/EL0zHRe.jpg
Up until at least March 18, 2013, the only client recommended to visitors of bitcoin.org was Bitcoin-QT, and an installation link for it was provided right on the landing page:
https://web.archive.org/web/20130318211940/http://bitcoin.org/
The WayBack Machine shows that by March 25th, 2013, this had changed, and a 'Choose Your Wallet' button appeared on Bitcoin.org/:
https://web.archive.org/web/20130513214959/http://bitcoin.org/en/
From March 25th 2013 onward, the number of non-full-node wallets recommended by bitcoin.org increased, in response to a general increase in the number of high quality and/or well marketed light and mobile wallets on the market.
Now a days, Bitcoin-QT is one of twelve clients displayed on bitcoin.org's Choose Your Wallet page:
https://bitcoin.org/en/choose-your-wallet
Other than Bitcoin-QT and Bitcoin Armory, all of them are non-full-node clients.
This shift, from a wallet market where only Bitcoin-QT was available and recommended to one that is increasingly diverse and dominated by light clients, coincides with the point (Spring 2013) where we start seeing a rapid decline in the full node count.
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Developers Unveil Two New Bitcoin Cash Full Node Clients Written in Go

Developers Unveil Two New Bitcoin Cash Full Node Clients Written in Go submitted by JonyRotten to btc [link] [comments]

Bitcoin.org Owner Announces the 'Cobra Client' BCH Node Software - Bitcoin News

Bitcoin.org Owner Announces the 'Cobra Client' BCH Node Software - Bitcoin News submitted by wired8888 to btc [link] [comments]

New Full Node Client 'Bitcoin Verde' Joins the BCH Ecosystem

New Full Node Client 'Bitcoin Verde' Joins the BCH Ecosystem submitted by Bitcoinmathers to btc [link] [comments]

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