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  • {{seealso|Non-specialized hardware comparison}} Below are statistics about the Bitcoin [[Mining]] performance of [[ASIC]] hardware and '''only includes specialized equipme
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  • {{seealso|Non-specialized hardware comparison}} ...CPUs, and other hardware not specifically designed for bitcoin mining [[Non-specialized_hardware_comparison|see here]]. '''Only specialized equipment th
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  • ...split the block reward according the contributed processing power. Pooled mining effectively reduces the granularity of the block generation reward, spreadi ...a very long time before block generation, on average. For example, with a mining speed of 1000 Khps, at a difficulty of 14484 (which was in effect at the en
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  • #REDIRECT [[Pooled mining]]
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  • ..., such as performing as a gaming system, and is used to mine only on a part-time basis. '''Warning:''' GPU mining is not very profitable (if at all) anymore, and even if you have free elect
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  • ...coin Mining Operations Management Service''' — you buy and install the [[mining rig]] hardware and this service will take care of everything else, remotely * [http://www.bitcoin.org/smf/index.php?topic=2826.0 Bitcoin Mining Operations Management Service]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Mining hardware comparison]]
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  • This page is an analysis of the costs/benefits of pooled mining. ...fee-less pooled mining the distribution of rewards is very different: Solo mining has higher odds of small or no payout at all, but also higher odds of large
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  • #REDIRECT [[Pooled mining]]
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  • A multi-pool, multi-worker proxy for Bitcoin miners, supporting long polling and pool failover. ...allows multiple miners to be run against multiple pools with fail-over to other pools if something happens to a miner's preferred pool. It requires a web
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  • ...eddit''', shortened to '''MtRed''' or '''Mt. Red''', was a [[Pooled mining|mining pool]] for [[/r/Bitcoin]] users. This pool paid out using a proportional sh ...on PushPool]</ref> and was later reorganized into a [[BTC Guild]] team as mining became more competitive.
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  • Although most miners prefer to mine in pools, there are still merits to solo mining. ...asking in: [http://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=bitcoin-mining #bitcoin-mining].
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  • == How does mining in a pool improve my payouts? == Pooled mining will not have a significant effect on the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exp
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  • ...n earlier shares, thus the miner's score quickly diminishes when they stop mining on the pool. Rewards are calculated proportionally to scores (and not to sh The following mining pools are still running and paying out their users:
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  • '''Eclipse Mining Consortium''' is a [[Pooled mining|mining pool]] with server locations in the US and EU. It is run by Josh Zerlan. ...hare reward system. It also offers simultaneous [[Alternative chain|merged mining]] of BTC and [[NMC]]].
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  • .../addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/bitcoin-pool-statistics/ Bitcoin - mining statistics] [[Category:License/MPL-1.1]]
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  • Bitcoin Mining Monitor is a browser extension for Chrome, Watch your mining progress in the Chrome. * mining.bitcoin.cz
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  • ...propose a new BIP to supercede it with something based on p2pool's merged mining. ...exist; it is the relationship between two blockchains for one to trust the other's work as their own and accept AuxPOW blocks.
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  • [http://www.ztex.de/usb-fpga-1/usb-fpga-1.15y.e.html USB-FPGA Modules 1.15y] with four Spartan 6 LX150 and [http://www.ztex.de/usb-fpga-1/usb-fpga-1.15x.e.html USB-FPGA Modules 1.15x] with a single Spartan 6 LX150
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  • ...or group of people under the name [[Satoshi Nakamoto]] and released as open-source software in 2009. It does not rely on a central server to process tra Bitcoin has no central issuer; instead, the peer-to-peer network regulates bitcoins, transactions and issuance according to cons
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  • ...he New Yorker''|url=http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2011/10/10/the-crypto-currency}}</ref> ...treated as a special case in the reference code</ref> It is believed that other outputs sent to this address are spendable, but it is unknown if Satoshi Na
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  • ...I reference can be [https://bitcoin.org/en/developer-reference#bitcoin-core-apis found here]. ...multisignature address to the wallet. Each key is a bitcoin address or hex-encoded public key. If [account] is specified, assign address to [account].
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  • ...the [[block chain]]). New transactions are constantly being processed by [[Mining|miners]] into new blocks which are added to the end of the chain. As blocks ...be submitted to the network without the correct answer - the process of "[[mining]]" is essentially the process of competing to be the next to find the answe
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  • A '''proof of work''' is a piece of data which is difficult (costly, time-consuming) to produce but easy for others to verify and which satisfies cert ...generation. In order for a block to be accepted by network participants, [[Mining|miners]] must complete a proof of work which covers all of the data in the
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  • For protocol used in mining, see [[getblocktemplate]]. ...A-256] hashes are used, however [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RIPEMD RIPEMD-160] is also used when a shorter hash is desirable (for example when creatin
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  • ...veillance company|transaction surveillance companies]] exist which do large-scale surveillance of the bitcoin ecosystem. * Use a wallet backed by your own [[full node]] or [[client-side block filtering]], definitely not a web wallet.
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  • ...ng the guessed nonce value is sent back to the server. If used in [[Pooled Mining]] mode, this block is called a "share" because the server is supposed to cr ...address) and HTTP username:password authentication is required. For solo mining, the username/password is set in bitcoin.conf.
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  • Subsequently the java [[DiabloMiner]] based on m0mchil's was created by Diablo-D3<ref>[http://www.bitcoin.org/smf/index.php?topic=1721.0 Diablo's announcem See the [[Mining Hardware Comparison]] page for detailed statistics on the hash rates that c
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  • The name of a decentralized p2p crypto-currency network. Each block includes the difficult-to-produce verification hash of the previous block. This allows each subsequent
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  • ...cial first transaction in the block). The counter parameter is small at 32-bits so each time it wraps the extraNonce field must be incremented (or othe When mining bitcoin, the hashcash algorithm repeatedly hashes the block header while in
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  • Mining pools also have a pool-specific share difficulty setting a lower limit for shares. ...example, if the packed target in the block is 0x1b0404cb (stored in little-endian order: <code>cb 04 04 1b</code>), the hexadecimal target is
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  • ...://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=81378.0 supported] with Bitcoind/Bitcoin-Qt v0.7. Using bitcoin over [[tor]] is also supported. * ''headers'' - Send up to 2,000 block headers. Non-generators can download the headers of blocks instead of entire blocks.
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  • ...a 256-bit number (extremely large) that all Bitcoin clients share. The SHA-256 [[hash]] of a [[block]]'s header must be lower than or equal to the curr ...asically gives you a random number between 0 and the maximum value of a 256-bit number (which is huge). If your hash is below the target, then you win.
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  • '''Miner fees''' are a fee that spenders may include in any Bitcoin on-chain [[transaction]]. The fee may be collected by the miner who includes t ...med."], Arvind Narayanan, Twitter.com, posted 2018-01-03, retrieved 2018-01-03</ref> with decreasing frequency over time.
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  • ...ow supports encryption to protect the wallet data, though the user must opt-in. ...he current wallet with the current password -- this is contrary to most non-technical users expectation of what 'change the password on your wallet' sho
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  • An open source Bitcoin [[Pooled Mining|pooled mining]] server created by puddinpop. ...lients connect through a JSON-based protocol with the [[RPC Miner]] pooled mining clients created by puddinpop.
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  • | 1 || OS-specific setup tasks || These tasks are not particularly interesting.<br>For | 2 || Parameter Interactions || Certain command-line options require other options to be set in a certain way.<br>For example, -zapwallettxes implies
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  • gribble is a modified Supybot IRC bot, carrying some useful bitcoin-related commands and factoids. The bot's command sequence is ';;', to issue ...er trading, with the OTC order book and OTC web of trust), and a number of other channels. You can also PM commands to gribble and it will PM back.
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  • {{seealso|Non-specialized hardware comparison}} Below are statistics about the Bitcoin [[Mining]] performance of [[ASIC]] hardware and '''only includes specialized equipme
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