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March 14, 2012, 01:42:52 AM
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The Bitcoin network protocol was designed to be extremely flexible. It can be used to create timed transactions, escrow transactions, multi-signature transactions, etc. The current features of the client only hint at what will be possible in the future.
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Those ports are for bitcoind or bitcoin-qt (the graphical wallet)  The one you would open is 8333. 8332 is for your miners to connect to locally.  But this usually only applies if you are solo-mining, which I doubt you are.  If all you want to do is set up a miner and point it at a mining pool you usually don't have to open any ports, unless your firewall is unusually restrictive.
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