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Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency developed by Satoshi Nakamoto in 2009. Bitcoin is used as a digital payment system. Rather than use traditional currency (USD, YEN, EURO, etc.) individuals may trade in, or even mine Bitcoin. It is a peer-to-peer system, and transactions may take place between users directly.

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canewsin
canewsin commented Mar 4, 2020

I was not able to open port, may be that's because of my ISP, I see on HelloZeroNet page that,

Your port xxxxx is closed, but your Tor gateway is running well.

I see the above message, so if I had a site on ZeroNet, am I considered as a seeder to my site, if I was the only seeder to my site, assuming it is a new site. is it enough that tor gateway is running but without open port ?

ccxt
xmatthias
xmatthias commented Feb 14, 2020

While ccxt does a great job unifying most functions / settings, not everything is or can be unified.
I think it would be good to provide a separate wiki/documentation page which documents exchange-specific properties.

The behavior is there now and all is working well - but to find it users need to search through issues (which are not easy to navigate) to find certain exchange-specifics - and o

mrmading
mrmading commented Jul 4, 2019

When I change Demomode=true and run docker-compose up it does exit with code 1.

When looking at the logs it shows this

blackbird_1 | Blackbird is running... (pid 7) blackbird_1 | compose.cli.verbose_proxy.proxy_callable: docker wait <- ('7166aee47fa032ac92beca8ecd15d8a624b3526c5ce5eb4bcb70ffb4dbf81206') compose.cli.verbose_proxy.proxy_callable: docker inspect_container <- ('7166aee47fa032ac9

lbry-sdk
sako0938
sako0938 commented Oct 14, 2019

Background

The binaries are built with most of the build flags already set, but when building from source you must specify which tags are desired. This is an important step to building a usable binary from source.

These flags should be listed in the docs, with what their use is for the entire system, and whether or not excluding it would break the normal function of the system.

A sect

Lightning076
Lightning076 commented Apr 13, 2020

I've just spend two hours searching the web to find out that 'python3 -m pip install --user Electrum-3.3.8.tar.gz' installs the executable in ~/.local/bin

I think it should be mentioned on https://electrum.org/#download (or at the end of the installation script) ?

And why electrum.org does not have a link to "requested features" so I should not have to find a place (here) on the web to compl

dscotese
dscotese commented Dec 16, 2018

The change I propose to make is to the line saying to npm install bitcoinjs-lib which generated errors for me. I resolved these errors by npm install -g node-gyp and reading through GYP docs, which explained that I needed to npm install --global --production windows-build-tools as well.

I would simply add a line after the instruction to npm install bitcoinjs-lib that says "This may req

webivation
webivation commented Oct 24, 2017

I would love to add some new exchanges in there for you (and me) and would be happy to do so with just a little guidance as to which objects you're using for it without me doing a full code dig.

Assuming this is easily extensible. If not, I guess that would be my feature request... lol. Extensible exchange objects with documentation.

pinheadmz
pinheadmz commented Feb 5, 2019

A user asked me on slack if estimatefee returns BTC per Byte or BTC per Kilobyte... honestly I don't know and it's a bit hard to tell. I compared mainnet full nodes bcoin vs Bitcoin Core and observed a wild divergence (outputs below).

From Bitcoin Core help:

Estimates the approximate fee per kilobyte needed for a transaction to begin
confirmation within conf_target blocks if possible

Created by Satoshi Nakamoto

Released January 3, 2009

Latest release about 1 month ago

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