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February 25, 2016, 05:43:23 AM
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In Bitcoin Core, how do I turn off the competition between the nodes?

The idea here is to set up a customized blockchain where nodes don't compete for proof of work. The nodes simply store the ledger data to achieve decentralization and transparency. In other words, there are no "mining" incentives for nodes.

If the above can be achieved, how do I set the packet time for the nodes? For example, Bitcoin Core is every 10 minutes. Where can I adjust this parameter?

Thank you.

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February 25, 2016, 06:06:23 AM
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In Bitcoin Core, how do I turn off the competition between the nodes?

The idea here is to set up a customized blockchain where nodes don't compete for proof of work. The nodes simply store the ledger data to achieve decentralization and transparency. In other words, there are no "mining" incentives for nodes.

If the above can be achieved, how do I set the packet time for the nodes? For example, Bitcoin Core is every 10 minutes. Where can I adjust this parameter?

Thank you.


such changes make it an altcoin.
you need to change the network magic, default port, genesisblock/genesishash, blockhash algo, probably a good idea to change the address type for pubkey addresses and p2sh addresses

If you dont want mining, a PoS fork would be closest to achieve what you want. There are even websites that automatically generate such a coin for you.

But it is not bitcoin anymore and you would need to maintain whatever codebase you fork.

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