Loki is a decentralized currency with a core objective of privacy. It offers a way to incentivise full nodes, creating a secondary private routing network for privacy-focused services. Loki services can be built on this network, such as the ability to reliably store and send private messages. Loki is based off a modified version of the Monero source code, assuring that all transactions achieve a high degree of privacy.
Wich is the best bitcoin GUI wallet right now, Bitcoin Knots, Bitcoin Core or Electrum. I want to put bitcoin wallet on my laptop, and what about blockchain size, I still have 100gb free size on my ssd will it be enough?
A couple years ago in discussion of bitcoin issues, it would not have been feasible to proceed with implementation of systems involving many small transactions. With Segwit (and Lightning) on the horizon, this changes. Thanks to those who've gotten us this far.
Bitcoin ATMs are a good start. Improved wallet GUI and ease-of-use is even better. We need to continue to focus on usability and adoption.
Bitcoin is reaching a point in its development where I think it is time we focus on ease-of-use features of Bitcoin for the average Jane and Joe. It's not like it was back when we had to manually handle addresses and run our own nodes. People don't want to have to invest time or effort in order to benefit from something. Most folks don't even care about how it works or why. They only care about what Bitcoin can do for them. Bitcoin is safe. Bitcoin is easy. Bitcoin is for everyone. Just recently I saw a conversation on Facebook where a lot of people were having issues with Square, Etsy, Paypal, etc for banning them because they were selling mature items, or items related to "witchcraft" or w/e. These are exactly the people we need to target for adoption. People operating legal, but marginalized, operations in need of financial services. We have to reach for the low-hanging fruit first, and the easiest sell is going to be to people who can't buy anything else worth having. Go for people who have trouble participating in the legitimate money system and we'll find our next adoptive group. Point out that accepting and sending payments is as easy as 3 steps.
Download a wallet app like Coinomi, or w/e you like to recommend.
Set up a wallet by writing down a 12 word seed phrase in a safe location.
Start accepting & sending payments!
Offer to accept Bitcoin as payment for small favors, even if you know they don't have any. Somebody needs to pay you back for lunch? Gas money? Say you accept cash & Bitcoin. Keep it on people's minds.
Wallet has disappeared from my Bitcoin Core QT GUI
Howdy - noob question: I'm running a Bitcoin core QT node and my wallet has disappeared. Instead I just see this. https://imgur.com/a/gqsbefE The only suggestions I've found online are running the .exe from the CMD prompt with --resetguisettings (also tried --upgradewallet) and expanding to full screen, neither worked. I have a backup if restoring it would help. Thanks in advance for your help.
Light weight bitcoin wallet for Linux server (no GUI)
Hi all, I need to set up a btc wallet on an Ubuntu 18.04 server without GUI. I was thinking I could just install the full btc daemon client but it requires 200GB of storage it seems. Any recommendations on what to run instead that's lightweight but still works with CLI? Thanks!!
pre release bitcoin private wallet on github here: https://github.com/BTCPrivate/bitcoin-private-full-node-wallet/releases mine is synchronizing fine right now use at your own risk.... Bitcoin Private Full-Node Desktop GUI Wallet - 1.0.0
11-30 08:23 - 'Move your Ƀ to a reputable exchange like Kraken, sell the BTC for XMR (Monero), withdraw your XMR to a Monero wallet (Monero GUI). / * Option 1: keep the XMR since it's a privacy coin / * Option 2: move the XMR to an exchange...' by /u/xof711 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 167-177min
''' Move your Ƀ to a reputable exchange like Kraken, sell the BTC for XMR (Monero), withdraw your XMR to a Monero wallet (Monero GUI).
Option 1: keep the XMR since it's a privacy coin
Option 2: move the XMR to an exchange that doesn't have your ID on file (Binance), sell your XMR for BTC
So I installed bitcoin core running on an ububtu server and got it caught up, and would like to connect to it and send/receive coin from its wallet. I understand that I could manage it with bitcoin-cli, but I am lazy and like to point and click. Ideally: its a multi-os program that accepts RPC connection info and then manages features of the bitcoin core (bitcoind). Bonus points: its a php scripts I can setup since I love web admin interfaces. Side question: can I set up bitcoin-qt to manage a bitcoind instance over the network by RPC? This would also solve my original question. Thanks
We don't need a GUI just yet, therefore it will be a CLI wallet. There are roughly three way to communicate with the Bitcoin network: as a full node, as an SPV node or through an HTTP API. This tutorial will use QBitNinja's HTTP API, from Nicolas Dorier, the creator of NBitcoin, but I am planning to expand it with a full-node communication. GUI Wallet The GUI wallet provides a nice user interface, adaptable to all kinds of users, but it is especially recommended for less technical people who want to quickly send and receive XMR. Simple mode. Created for less technical users who only want to use Monero in the easiest and quickest way possible. Creating a GUI Wallet. Preparation. 1. Clone wallet sources. 2. Modify cmake File. 3. Set symbolic link. 4. Build. Preparation. This instruction will help you create an Open-Source GUI wallet for your coin. Please note that the wallet won’t compile if you don’t have a separate repository for your coin. Bitcoinote, the new Cryptonote coin - GUI Wallet. Contribute to Bitcoinote/Bitcoinote-GUI-Wallet development by creating an account on GitHub. This wallet is a full node that validates and relays transactions on the Bitcoin network. This means no trust in a third party is required when verifying payments. Full nodes provide the highest level of security and are essential to protecting the network.
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