Bitcoin conf

M9 1a8 8 0 1 0 0 16A8 bitcoin conf 0 0 0 9 1zm. Where is the configuration file of Bitcoin-Qt kept? Bitcoin Core will check for the existence of the file on startup, so yes, simply creating it is sufficient.

I would guess that that refers to your bitcoin. I installed the bitcoin core program, I chose to put my data directory in a different place than default. Not the answer you’re looking for? How can I run bitcoind in pruning mode? How can I prune my Bitcoin Core correctly? The other way did not work for me.

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M9 1a8 8 0 1 0 0 16A8 8 0 0 0 9 1zm. What does it mean in the bitcoin. 1 tells Bitcoin-Qt to accept JSON-RPC commands? If all one needs to do to solo mine is type setgenerate true in the console, then what is at stake with accepting JSON-RPC commands? Does this allow other software to interact with Bitcoin-Qt, or something akin to that? George This post is only designed to confirm solo mining protocol with bitcoin-qt. No doubt that it will serve its purpose just fine for mastering the basics, especially if you give it a go in testnet.

The JSON-RPC API can be used by other programs to communicate with the Bitcoin client. That could include external mining programs, “e-commerce” software to automatically make and receive payments, or any other software that wants to interact with the Bitcoin network. It is true that you do not need this feature simply to solo mine using setgenerate true. However, you should be aware that setgenerate true enables an inefficient CPU miner which is obsolete technology and should be used for testing only. It will cost you far more in electricity than you can ever expect to earn in mining revenue, and with very high probability you will never successfully mine a single block. Thanks, I am aware that ASIC is the current technology and that CPU mining is obsolete.

Just wanted to confirm this part of the bitcoin. You mention that the hardware, an ASIC miner, would be controlled by software, e. You could also use the headless client, bitcoind, if you didn’t want the extra window on your desktop. Can you direct me to the site to download bitcoind? Thanks, and I will consider that for my set up. 1905: You get it from the same place you got bitcoin-qt. Depending on what you downloaded, you may have already installed it together with bitcoin-qt.