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221  Other / Meta / Re: Ministry of Bitcoin Propaganda (MBTCP) on: April 24, 2018, 07:09:31 PM
so I would like to know if I have the world record yet.

Nah, there's people who have had more posts deleted than you.

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That list is just a list of those people who are listed in the modlog more than 10 times. IIRC the modlog retains 30 days of actions. Scraped using a script I just wrote.
222  Other / Meta / Re: Nazi moderator has deleted 4 of my posts here today. on: April 24, 2018, 04:43:53 PM
The majority of the posts of yours I removed were reported by other users for being off topic or spam. It's not like I'm actively following every single post you make and deleting each one. You may notice that many of your posts which do not take threads in completely different directions have not been removed even though they certainly could have been as they are within my jurisdiction. Furthermore, you are not the only person whose posts have been removed by me. I remove many posts from many different users each day. This is called moderation, not censorship.

My job is not to censor you nor is it to "maintain some narrative" (if it were, then a lot of posts from users like franky1 would have been removed). My job is to keep threads on topic and to remove useless posts that add nothing to the discussion.

Also moderators cannot ban anyone. Only admins and global mods can do that, and they only ban if they agree with a moderators suggestion that someone should be banned.



What makes you think I'm a fascist or a nazi? Do you realize that there are more to those terms than just censorship?



Side note: complaining about my moderation in every post you make is off topic for all of the places you are posting and thus your posts will likely be removed if you do that.



Regarding your newest spam about needing to index the site to see what posts are deleted, there's a public modlog although it does not contains the contents of the posts that were removed, just what action was taken.
223  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Electrum doesn't restore right wallet address on: April 23, 2018, 08:20:28 PM
Your address for Bitcoin Core is a segwit address. However there is currently no standard way for exported private keys to indicate that the address to create is a segwit address. When you import that into any wallet, it will assume that the private key is for the non-segwit address, and thus you get the non-segwit address in Electrum.

AFAIK there is currently no way to import private keys for segwit addresses from Bitcoin Core to Electrum.
224  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: Can coinbase transaction contains multiple destinations? on: April 23, 2018, 01:35:40 AM
Thanks, another question, can the coinbase output be P2SH address? And can it be segwit?
Yes. The outputs for a coinbase transaction are just like outputs for any other transaction.
225  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: Can coinbase transaction contains multiple destinations? on: April 23, 2018, 12:50:01 AM
Can coinbase transaction contains multiple destinations, or does it have to be one output? For example, for the current reward 12.5, if set the coinbase tx to send 10 to one address and 2.5 to another, is it a valid coinbase tx and will it get confirmed by the network?
Yes, you can have a coinbase transaction with multiple outputs. The sum of the outputs just needs to be less than the block reward (block subsidy plus transaction fees).
226  Bitcoin / Armory / Re: Armory 0.96.4 release on: April 23, 2018, 12:48:37 AM
quick question.  if i want to build from source in Ubuntu, which one of these do i download:

Source code (tar.gz)
armory_0.96.4_src.tar
Source code (zip)
Downlaod armory_0.96.4_src.tar. The other ones are automatically generated by Github and do not have all of the necessary components.
227  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: script.bin on: April 22, 2018, 10:13:25 PM
A script is a sequence of bytes that gives instructions to the script interpreter. It is not human readable data and attempting to interpret the raw bytes as text as you have done will result in garbage (which is what you are seeing). Typically people examine scripts encoded in hexadecimal or they decode the script into text that represent the opcodes and data provided in the script. The data is usually in hex.

What are you trying to do with the script?
228  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / MOVED: atomic coin forked on: April 22, 2018, 04:20:33 PM
This topic has been moved to Trashcan.

Duplicate
229  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Core 0.16.0 Released on: April 21, 2018, 07:55:57 PM
can i addnode= from local LAN that's running a full node to my spv wallet to sync from alot faster then say using the internet? Reason i run 2 copies is i hate copying that 150 gb of data over my network ~ 30 mins to backup the entire blockchain
No, you cannot sync from an SPV wallet, that's not how Bitcoin works.

How long does it normally take for the PPA repository to catch up with the latest version?
Sometimes it can take a few weeks.
230  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: send bitcoin from BTC network to BCH network on: April 20, 2018, 03:30:30 AM
It is not possible to send BTC to BCH and vice versa. They are two completely separate coins with their own networks and blockchains. BTC and BCH are completely incompatible.
231  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Core 0.16.0 Released on: April 18, 2018, 02:49:35 PM
hello

i mine now with 6 gtx 1060 3gb card bitcoin core on simpel miner but i find not a good setting
can some one hulp me thx

You cannot mine Bitcoin with GPUs. You won't have enough hash power to mine anything.
232  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Core 0.16.0 Released on: April 18, 2018, 03:48:33 AM
SO Bitcoincore there is nothing innovative
Not at all. Bitcoin Core is simply not implementing the Lightning Network because that is a completely separate thing which other people are already experts in and doing. There's no point for Bitcoin Core to do anything with layers on top of Bitcoin, it has to handle the base layer.
233  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Core 0.16.0 Released on: April 17, 2018, 11:43:03 PM
Bitcoin Core is not a Lightning Network?
No. Bitcoin Core is a node and wallet software for Bitcoin. It is unrelated to the Lightning Network. Bitcoin Core does not have the functionality for the Lightning Network.
234  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: Why isn't Satoshi's one-time address-key pair proposal implemented? on: April 17, 2018, 11:36:24 PM
In electrum wallet the default is to use 1 receiving address. Although multiple addresses are generated when I initially create a wallet, they are never used (not even for change) unless I specifically transfer funds to them. I don't know why.  
I have never seen this behavior before when I use Electrum. It always gives a new address when I click on "Receive".

Is electrum a bad implementation?
No.
235  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: to what degree could lightning network improve speed? on: April 17, 2018, 08:13:54 PM
The Lightning Network can theoretically allow for infinite number of transactions per second.

however, the main issue are transaction fees which should be almost zero. I am not sure LN will solve that.
The fees for transactions made over the Lightning Network will be near 0.
236  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: Why isn't Satoshi's one-time address-key pair proposal implemented? on: April 17, 2018, 08:06:29 PM
Why isn't this implemented in Bitcoin Core wallet
It is, and many wallets do use a new keypair for every single transaction. New keys and their addresses are generated every time you get an address to receive Bitcoin. New keys and addresses are generate for every time a change output is needed.

In fact, the only wallets that don't are poorly written wallets that people should not use. Every major wallet software available uses new addresses for change and for receiving.

or enforced as a verification rule?
It can't without being a hard fork because keys have been reused in the past already. Furthermore it reduces the usability of addresses because you can't just post a donation address and receive at it multiple times. It also reduces the usability of paper wallets. This cannot be a consensus rule without disrupting a lot of things.
237  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / MOVED: Error while compiling the daemon (Cryptonote) on: April 17, 2018, 06:18:59 PM
This topic has been moved to Trashcan.

Duplicate
238  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Old wallet.dat file, synched up, can't send BTC out. on: April 17, 2018, 02:32:23 AM
I believe this was pretty much abandoned since the performance updates to Bitcon Core actually made it sync from scratch faster than you could download and use a bootstrap.dat. I believe this occurred around version 0.14
No the change happened with version 0.10.

Well, I'm hozed and so is about 36.27BTC with it. Ugh..

The wallet/dat file keep saying it's corrupt and crashing the bitcoin wallet, I tried it on 3 different pc's and installs.
Changing the install and computer is not going to fix the fact that the wallet file itself is corrupted. That has nothing to do with the software.

First make a backup of your wallet.dat file. Then try starting Bitcoin Core with the -salvagewallet option. Please also post the contents of your db.log and debug.log files so that we can see what kind of corruption is occurring (sometimes this information is logged).
239  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Core 0.16.0 Released on: April 16, 2018, 06:22:27 PM
Can I work macOS Sierra?
Yes.

Loosing the wallet after changing the location does not seems good though. Is there any way that we can use to save wallet, even after the location is lost?
What do you mean by "location is lost"? The wallet is a file, and if Bitcoin Core does not know where the wallet is, it cannot load it.
240  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: Lightning Network / Bitcoin scaling question on: April 15, 2018, 10:59:56 PM
"No one ever claimed that". You did! You said increasing the blocksize would have a worse effect than I can imagine!
I was responding to
Third bolded part:
takes the assumption that Satoshi had some divine knowledge that 1MB was the perfect blocksize and anything larger would lead to the network unraveling.
No one is assuming that Satoshi had divine knowledge or that 1 MB is the perfect block size. Nor did I say that 1 MB is the perfect block size. That is not what the argument is about. It is about the status quo and how changing the block size changes the status quo to something that is worse than now. And such changes have effects that many people do not consider.

I'm saying Bitcoin Core should be doing lots of research on exactly how larger blocks will affect the network,
Do you think that people aren't doing that?

Nothing more clearly shows that the whole argument against increasing blocksize is purely just for the sake of arguing!
Did you not read anything else I said? It is not for the sake of arguing. Do you think that the Bitcoin Core developers are just saying "NO" and then sitting on their asses doing nothing? It isn't because "we don't feel like it" or "we just want to argue". There are reasons for not increasing the block size, it is not just for the sake of arguing.

Instead, for years they have opposed any talk of increasing the block size.
That is simply untrue. Again, segwit increases the maximum size the block message can be. That is, by definition, a block size increase. Furthermore there has been extensive discussion about this topic in the development IRC channels, on the Bitcoin-dev mailing list. There is no opposition to any talk of increasing the block size, Not only that, but several Core developers have proposed their own block size increase BIPs, none of which have gotten consensus. The opposition is to the constant rehashing of the topic. This has been discussed so many times and the same things are said by both sides that it is, at this point, pointless to continue discussing the same things. If you are going to say that the Bitcoin Core developers are censoring the topic, that is also simply untrue. The Bitcoin Core developers are not involved in the moderation of any forums where the topic is discussed.
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