Bitcoin Mining: What Is It And What Are Bitcoin Miners Doing

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What is a full-node worth, if only miners can do a 51% attack. Where is the security? (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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What do you think of this? Is this a disguised bitcoin miner, totally useless or does it actually work?

What do you think of this? Is this a disguised bitcoin miner, totally useless or does it actually work? submitted by Martuss to pcgaming [link] [comments]

The Bitcoin hash rate for the past year, and the squeeze that crypto miners find themselves in. In a bubble, Bitcoin miners can do *very* well! But what bubbles do is … pop.

The Bitcoin hash rate for the past year, and the squeeze that crypto miners find themselves in. In a bubble, Bitcoin miners can do *very* well! But what bubbles do is … pop. submitted by dgerard to Buttcoin [link] [comments]

What is a bitcoin miner and how do they work?

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The Grin Developer Fund received support from a 2010 bitcoin miner, but donation-based fundraising is always an uphill battle. What do you think of today's blockchain ICO culture?

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Q: What do I do if my Bitcoin Core transaction is stuck in the backlog? A: Use RBF to bribe the miners to speed it up. Q: But what if the RBF itself gets stuck? A: Use Bitcoin Cash to bribe this miner to speed it up.

Q: What do I do if my Bitcoin Core transaction is stuck in the backlog? A: Use RBF to bribe the miners to speed it up. Q: But what if the RBF itself gets stuck? A: Use Bitcoin Cash to bribe this miner to speed it up. submitted by jstolfi to btc [link] [comments]

The Grin Developer Fund received support from a 2010 bitcoin miner, but donation-funded crypto is an uphill battle. What do you think of today's ICO culture?

The Grin Developer Fund received support from a 2010 bitcoin miner, but donation-funded crypto is an uphill battle. What do you think of today's ICO culture? submitted by ChronosCrypto to Mimblewimble [link] [comments]

The Grin Developer Fund received support from a 2010 bitcoin miner, but donation-funded crypto is an uphill battle. What do you think of today's ICO culture?

The Grin Developer Fund received support from a 2010 bitcoin miner, but donation-funded crypto is an uphill battle. What do you think of today's ICO culture? submitted by ChronosCrypto to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Q: What do I do if my Bitcoin Core transaction is stuck in the backlog? A: Use RBF to bribe the miners to speed it up. Q: But what if the RBF itself gets stuck? A: Use Bitcoin Cash to bribe this miner to speed it up.

Q: What do I do if my Bitcoin Core transaction is stuck in the backlog? A: Use RBF to bribe the miners to speed it up. Q: But what if the RBF itself gets stuck? A: Use Bitcoin Cash to bribe this miner to speed it up. submitted by jstolfi to Buttcoin [link] [comments]

What do you think is going to happen when a bunch of bitcoin miners from 2012 (who have potentially thousands) are going to sell their coin? /r/Bitcoin

What do you think is going to happen when a bunch of bitcoin miners from 2012 (who have potentially thousands) are going to sell their coin? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

12-01 02:32 - 'What do you think is going to happen when a bunch of bitcoin miners from 2012 (who have potentially thousands) are going to sell their coin?' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/ill_enjoyment removed from /r/Bitcoin within 1357-1367min

What do you think is going to happen when a bunch of bitcoin miners from 2012 (who have potentially thousands) are going to sell their coin?
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What do you think about Silent Miners? Is it okay to release the secret to earn a ton? /r/Bitcoin

What do you think about Silent Miners? Is it okay to release the secret to earn a ton? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Q: What do I do if my Bitcoin Core transaction is stuck in the backlog? A: Use RBF to bribe the miners to speed it up. Q: But what if the RBF itself gets stuck? A: Use Bitcoin Cash to bribe this miner to speed it up.

Q: What do I do if my Bitcoin Core transaction is stuck in the backlog? A: Use RBF to bribe the miners to speed it up. Q: But what if the RBF itself gets stuck? A: Use Bitcoin Cash to bribe this miner to speed it up. submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

10-13 20:12 - 'What do you think about Silent Miners? Is it okay to release the secret to earn a ton?' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/vrushhq removed from /r/Bitcoin within 4-14min

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Hey, I have built a silent miner and it performs really well. It is giving me good money till now, and is simply great. I was hoping to release a video on creating/building the miner.
Before that, I wanted to know the overall opinion of people on these silent miners. For the ones who don't know, people mine using their own hardware, whereas silent miners are programs which when you run on any pc, uses their hardware to mine for you. So if you infect a lot pcs, you earn a lot and dont pay for anything. It is bad overall to use such cheap tricks and programs, but lets face it, you have to be cruel to go ahead.
I can build silent miner for any coin and for any hardware (Cpu, Gpu) Is it okay if I release the video, on building the miner?
I have seen too many scams for these silent miners, so I developed it on my own, and now that it working nice, I think it will be okay for the world to use it. What do you guys think of silent miners?
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What do you think about Silent Miners? Is it okay to release the secret to earn a ton?
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] What do you think about Silent Miners? Is it okay to release the secret to earn a ton?

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Hey, I have built a silent miner and it performs really well. It is giving me good money till now, and is simply great. I was hoping to release a video on creating/building the miner.
Before that, I wanted to know the overall opinion of people on these silent miners. For the ones who don't know, people mine using their own hardware, whereas silent miners are programs which when you run on any pc, uses their hardware to mine for you. So if you infect a lot pcs, you earn a lot and dont pay for anything. It is bad overall to use such cheap tricks and programs, but lets face it, you have to be cruel to go ahead.
I can build silent miner for any coin and for any hardware (Cpu, Gpu) Is it okay if I release the video, on building the miner?
I have seen too many scams for these silent miners, so I developed it on my own, and now that it working nice, I think it will be okay for the world to use it. What do you guys think of silent miners?
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08-07 22:12 - 'I think its a great example of how it is impossible to have complete consensus. / I do not want a 2mb fork yet. / But that is what we are getting from the miners, and since I recognize we will eventually need a 2mb fork and I f...' by /u/joyrider5 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-8min

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I think its a great example of how it is impossible to have complete consensus.
I do not want a 2mb fork yet.
But that is what we are getting from the miners, and since I recognize we will eventually need a 2mb fork and I find it to be reasonable, I will accept the 2mb fork as bitcoin as long as nothing major changes.
I think there will be people who push a PoW change, such as lukejr. Much like the bcash fork, I think the PoW change fork may be harmful to the community, but an inevitable result of decentralization. If I am happy with the new PoW strategy taken and the naming of the new coin I will not sell it.
My biggest fear is not these forks, my biggest fear is that community division is being driven by the enemies of bitcoin, ie divide and conquer. Right now I see the most toxicity coming from people like Roger Ver. I think we should all lean towards staying together even if it means you aren't getting 100% what you want. I don't want big blocks, but I find 2mb to be acceptable block size, and I appreciate how difficult it was to get jihan and other miners to give up their use of asicboost and transaction malleability exploits and support segwit and compromise had to be made. The real problem here is not the compromise: the real problem is the glitches in original bitcoin protocol (asicboost and transaction malleability) and the compromise is the solution to these glitches that has the greatest chance of keeping the community intact against its enemies. Thus I hope the community supports the compromise segwit2x.
Another driving factor to my support of segwit2x is I do not think miners should go back on their word. If they promised something they should go through with it, period. This is professionalism and ethics.
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07-13 08:52 - 'So, I started mining recently using NiceHash Miner, & After a few weeks of not using it, I came back to find my balance $0 in BTC, When it was $9 last time... What did i do wrong? Is there anyway i can get...' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/Namoor3 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 959-969min

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So, I started mining recently using NiceHash Miner, & After a few weeks of not using it, I came back to find my balance $0 in BTC, When it was $9 last time... What did i do wrong? Is there anyway i can get that money back?
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06-16 21:02 - 'Oh no, a shitty exchange in a communist country is being snarky about Segwit2x, what will all those poor major miners and companies that support it do now?. Surely segwit2x is dead now! You guys have shown them!' by /u/srstriggerer removed from /r/Bitcoin within 33-43min

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Oh no, a shitty exchange in a communist country is being snarky about Segwit2x, what will all those poor major miners and companies that support it do now?. Surely segwit2x is dead now! You guys have shown them!
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So, I started mining recently using NiceHash Miner, & After a few weeks of not using it, I came back to find my balance $0 in BTC, When it was $9 last time... What did i do wrong? Is there anyway i can get that money back? /r/Bitcoin

So, I started mining recently using NiceHash Miner, & After a few weeks of not using it, I came back to find my balance $0 in BTC, When it was $9 last time... What did i do wrong? Is there anyway i can get that money back? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

What is a bitcoin miner and what does it do?

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Apparantly miners like status quo, but users do not. So why dont we gives miners status quo which is what they want, while we fork to a new PoW? /r/Bitcoin

Apparantly miners like status quo, but users do not. So why dont we gives miners status quo which is what they want, while we fork to a new PoW? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Let's do a POW change every year for the foreseeable future until miners realize what their job is /r/Bitcoin

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