Tag: node

Bitseed Bitcoin Web UI Lets Node Owners Set Minimum Transaction Relay Fees

Running a Bitcoin node on the network is not overly difficult, assuming one has the hardware to do so. Although there is no monetary incentive to do so, supporting the network in a decentralized way is very important. Bitseed has released a new Bitcoin web UI for their plug-and-play node solutions. This app will give users more control over their Bitcoin node moving forward. The Bitseed Bitcoin Node Web UI …
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How Can I Run An Ethereum Node On My Raspberry Pi?

There has been a lot of focus on building cheap and efficient Bitcoin nodes over the past few months. A Similar concept is applicable to the Ethereum ecosystem, as a Raspberry Pi 2 can easily become an Ethereum Full Node. The Raspberry Pi Ethereum Full Node Project Tiny computers have become a very hot trend in recent years, thanks to the Raspberry Pi in particular. Although the first model is …
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Never Run A Bitcoin Node and Wallet On The Same Device

Although many people are looking to run a  Bitcoin Node on their computer or another device, very few people are aware of what types of security risks are associated with this process. One Reddit user pointed out how running a Bitcoin node puts users at risk of undergoing scans to determine whether or not there is a wallet address file stored somewhere. The Bitcoin client software will automatically reject most …
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NodeCounter Adds “Rented Bitcoin Classic Nodes” Page

There has been a lot of talk about the number of Bitcoin nodes in recent times, especially when considering how the amount of Bitcoin Classic nodes had seen a spectacular increase. As it turns out, most of these nodes are hosted on centralized servers, such as Amazon AWS and concerts. NodeCounter has added a new feature to distinguish between the real and “fake” Bitcoin Classic nodes, thanks to their Rented …
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