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February 08, 2018, 03:16:00 PM
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After I realized that Bitcoin Core does not supports multi-user/wallets I'm sadly trying to switch to other clients.  Cry
Bitcoin core is great but is intended for a single user as I see it, even if multi-wallets will be dynamically supported in the unknown future .

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https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Clients

Seems only suitable as full node multi-user are Armory and Gocoin.
Any recommendations?

I would really love RPC and Testnet support.

For that matter how does blockchain.info or Coppay/Bitpay connect to the blockchain? do they have their own full node(s) clients?
Or do they use a well known bitcoin client?

Thanks in advance.

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February 08, 2018, 03:22:46 PM
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After I realized that Bitcoin Core does not supports multi-user/wallets I'm sadly trying to switch to other clients.  Cry
Bitcoin core is great but is intended for a single user as I see it, even if multi-wallets will be dynamically supported in the unknown future .
What would you define as a multi-wallet? It is definitely possible for you to switch the wallet.dat around and use another wallet on the same Bitcoin Core. You can even specify the wallet file as long as it is in your data directory.

For that matter how does blockchain.info or Coppay/Bitpay connect to the blockchain? do they have their own full node(s) clients?
Or do they use a well known bitcoin client?

Thanks in advance.
Blockchain.info likely doesn't use Bitcoin Core or at least its modified heavily, as far as I can tell. For Bitpay, they use Bitcore on their block explorer (not to be confused with Bitcoin Core).


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February 08, 2018, 03:44:35 PM
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@ranochigo Thanks for your response.
I need to manage thousands of wallets and have the ability to create new wallets dynamically for different unrelated users while the bitcoind server is running.

I know about bitcoin.conf and the wallet entries, but any change to the conf file requires a Bitcoin Core/bitcoind  restart.
I'm not sure that the future multi-wallet plans can handle such big volume of user wallets.

My model is similar to Coppay/Bitpay but I don't want to depend on external services.
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