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July 07, 2011, 07:56:25 PM
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Creating a Bitcoin client that fully implements the network protocol is extremely difficult. Bitcoin-Qt is the only known safe implementation of a full node. Some other projects attempt to compete, but it is not recommended to use such software for anything serious. (Lightweight clients like Electrum and MultiBit are OK.)
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July 08, 2011, 12:16:41 AM
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or http://ozco.in - established mid-sized pool Smiley

and we have got to 80Ghash/s without needing to start multiple threads in forums.

how many new pools a day? how many will actually be viable? difficulty increasing, network hasrate dropping are these ppl doing thier research?

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