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Litecoin

For discussion about Litecoin, the leading cryptocurrency derived from Bitcoin. Litecoin is developed with a focus on speed, efficiency, and wider initial coin distribution through the use of scrypt-based mining.
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Electron Cash: Open Source Bitcoin Cash Wallet

Electron Cash gives you what you love about the popular Electrum Bitcoin wallet, but for Bitcoin Cash. Control your own private keys. Back up your wallet easily with a mnemonic seed phrase. SPV technology provides high security without having to download the blockchain or run a full node. We have forked the Electrum code repository and added the necessary components for operation with Bitcoin Cash. Not all hardware add-ons are supported at this time.
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The All-in-One, Cheap, Energy-efficient Package to Store and Mint Peercoin

Dedicated OS for low-grade and energy efficient HW like RaspberryPi or Beaglebone Black to run Peercoin minter so that decentralization is guaranteed
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We the founders of Bitseed, developers of bitcoin full node hardware. Our Assembly community uses colored coins to reward people who contribute to our open source projects. AMA!

Howdy bitcoiners :)
We are:
Jay Feldis jfeldis
Konn Danley kdanley42
Mike Doty bitseedmike
John Light lightcoin
We started Bitseed to give people an easy way to host the blockchain infrastructure that makes bitcoin possible. To this end, we've developed dedicated “plug-and-play” bitcoin full node hardware that makes it as easy as possible for anyone with a decent Internet connection to run a full node from their home or office – just plug the device into power and a router, and it'll start working (minor configuration necessary if your router doesn't support UPnP). We have some exciting plans for our platform – as they say, “money is just the first app” of the blockchain – and we're working hard to make this not just a great product for bitcoiners, but for everyone on the Internet.
To help us achieve our mission of supporting decentralization and open source, we've begun to open up our company and products to outside collaboration. We started a community on the Assembly platform so that people can contribute designs, code, marketing assets, product testing, and any other kind of valuable input that will help Bitseed grow into something much bigger than it is today. These contributions are tracked through Assembly using colored coins on the bitcoin blockchain, and when Bitseed earns revenues, we pay out a portion of the profits to our Assembly community – currently $1 per unit sold – which is then proportionally distributed as royalties to all of the people who have contributed and earned coins. This is our first step in what is sure to be a rewarding journey to help make open source development of p2p software sustainable.
We'd love to hear your feedback about Bitseed and answer any questions you might have about our product, our company, and our Assembly community. AMA!
Proof: https://twitter.com/BitseedOrg/status/601100705122881536
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I want to link a full node to my hardware wallet. Can anyone recommend a product? I'm assuming from the research I've done is that the more nodes the stronger and more robust the network is. Just want to do my part. (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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HTC to release a blockchain router to let users run a full bitcoin node at home. The new device, called EXODUS 5G Hub, is set to launch in Q2. It aims to improve data privacy in the home space by letting users hold on to their own keys through a hardware wallet.

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bitcoin core wallet (full node) X (Hardware wallet integration) and other miscellaneous

I believe it's important to run a full node. but.... other than core bitcoin wallet is there a way to do this, easily?
Also... is there a way to intermagrate a hardware wallet with bitcoin core full node wallet or other forms of full nodes on a computer.
I'm sure this feature has been discussed but i think it would boost the use of full node adoption if it had hardware integration . i know you can point electrum personal server to a full node which has hardware wallet capabilities. but it's not easy for the average faketoshi
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Choosing a Crypto Wallet... Looking at the Bitcoin building blocks of a wallet (Keys, Wallet Interface, Nodes and Consensus network) Understanding the differences, strengths, weaknesses and trade-offs. (Comparing Exchange, Software, Hardware, Full Node)

Choosing a Crypto Wallet... Looking at the Bitcoin building blocks of a wallet (Keys, Wallet Interface, Nodes and Consensus network) Understanding the differences, strengths, weaknesses and trade-offs. (Comparing Exchange, Software, Hardware, Full Node) submitted by Crypto-Guide to BitcoinCA [link] [comments]

Choosing a Crypto Wallet... Looking at the Bitcoin building blocks of a wallet (Keys, Wallet Interface, Nodes and Consensus network) Understanding the differences, strengths, weaknesses and trade-offs. (Comparing Exchange, Software, Hardware, Full Node)

Choosing a Crypto Wallet... Looking at the Bitcoin building blocks of a wallet (Keys, Wallet Interface, Nodes and Consensus network) Understanding the differences, strengths, weaknesses and trade-offs. (Comparing Exchange, Software, Hardware, Full Node) submitted by Crypto-Guide to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Choosing a Crypto Wallet... Looking at the Bitcoin building blocks of a wallet (Keys, Wallet Interface, Nodes and Consensus network) Understanding the differences, strengths, weaknesses and trade-offs. (Comparing Exchange, Software, Hardware, Full Node)

Choosing a Crypto Wallet... Looking at the Bitcoin building blocks of a wallet (Keys, Wallet Interface, Nodes and Consensus network) Understanding the differences, strengths, weaknesses and trade-offs. (Comparing Exchange, Software, Hardware, Full Node) submitted by Crypto-Guide to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Choosing a Crypto Wallet... Looking at the Bitcoin building blocks of a wallet (Keys, Wallet Interface, Nodes and Consensus network) Understanding the differences, strengths, weaknesses and trade-offs. (Comparing Exchange, Software, Hardware, Full Node)

Choosing a Crypto Wallet... Looking at the Bitcoin building blocks of a wallet (Keys, Wallet Interface, Nodes and Consensus network) Understanding the differences, strengths, weaknesses and trade-offs. (Comparing Exchange, Software, Hardware, Full Node) submitted by Crypto-Guide to BitcoinWallet [link] [comments]

Next Bitcoin Core Release to Finally Let Hardware Wallets Connect to Full Nodes

Next Bitcoin Core Release to Finally Let Hardware Wallets Connect to Full Nodes submitted by castorfromtheva to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Before #Bitcoin can be resistant to US-government-level attackers, the majority of the Bitcoin economy needs to have their own full node on hardware the NSA can't access through backdoors. (We're probably nowhere near that point yet.)

Before #Bitcoin can be resistant to US-government-level attackers, the majority of the Bitcoin economy needs to have their own full node on hardware the NSA can't access through backdoors. (We're probably nowhere near that point yet.) submitted by Bitcoin_21 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

List of plug'n'play full nodes (Bitcoin + Lightning) on a dedicated hardware

Here is a reference list of all plug'n'play Bitcoin full nodes known to me, most of them include Lightning functionality as well. Please note that those are for a very specific usecase: namely, for people who want a node on a dedicated device (running 24/7, not interfering with work on their pc/laptop) AND don't want to (or cannot) build their own dedicated node, or just want to have customer support in case things go wrong in the set-up process.
If you just want to run a node on your pc/laptop, it's as easy as downloading the Bitcoin Core software here and let it sync (which takes a while). If you want to build a dedicated device on your own (it's not as hard as you might think!), you can have it much cheaper than in the list below (for $100-150) and there are a number of excellent guides available, too. Most prominent ones are Beginner’s Guide to ️⚡Lightning️⚡ on a Raspberry Pi and RaspiBlitz. If you are more interested in Lightning Network, also check out Pierre's Node Launcher (for Mac and Windows).
So if you are still interested in spending money on a node and saving you the efforts of setting up everything by yourself, here are the options available to you (I'm not affiliated with either of those):
By Lightning In A Box (homepage, Twitter):
They have three main models available:
By Bitseed (homepage, Twitter):
By Nodl (homepage, Twitter):
By Casa (homepage, Twitter):
By Samourai (homepage, Twitter):
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The Bitcoin Munich community is organizing a Bitcoin Tech conference including a DIY hardware wallet and cypher full node workshop.

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"With some modifications to the software, full Bitcoin nodes could easily keep up with both VISA and MasterCard combined, using only fairly modest hardware" -Bitcoin Wiki in 2011

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Bitcoin Dev Reveals Multisig UI Teaser for Hardware Wallets, Full Nodes

Bitcoin Dev Reveals Multisig UI Teaser for Hardware Wallets, Full Nodes submitted by cryptolobe to cryptolobe [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Block Scaling Based on Full Node Hardware Costs

Even though it's known that Bitcoin started out with 32 MB blocks, for the sake of argument, lets say that this was an oversight, and the 1MB blocks was the correct starting point in 2009.
I don't think anyone (besides the most misguided followers) can argue that blocks should be 1MB forever. Even the LN whitepaper states that blocks must be 100MB++ to have an effective LN (otherwise, block-filling attacks would be feasible with small blocks, large number of LN channels).
Shouldn't we start to have a scientific discussion of block size given the minimum hardware costs of running a full node? I propose that we increase blocksize every year, given some sort of hardware improvement equation. Moore's law states: "the number of transistors in a dense integrated circuit doubles about every two years". While also taking into account other factors, like decreasing bandwidth costs, and etc. we should derive a formula for blocksize increase over time.
If we state that 1MB blocks was the "correct" size in 2009, and that a blocksize doubling should happen every 4 years due to a decrease in hardware & networking costs, we should be getting close to 8MB blocks at this point.
Not doing this means that the hardware costs of running a full node will tend towards zero, which seems negligent. We should take advantage of decreasing hardware costs to make a more performant Bitcoin network, not stagnating the performance of the network, in pursuit of an ever cheaper cost of running a full node.
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Audio: Bitcoin Core Developer and Crypto Entrepreneur Jonas Schnelli explains full nodes and hardware wallets.

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DIY, cheap, repurposed, refurbished devices as affordable plug-and-play mesh nodes for censorship resistant communications and Bitcoin txs. Bitcoin Venezuela's Locha mesh will make it easy to join an open hardware open source network with: Bitcoin full, Lightning Network, and Blockstream satellite!

DIY, cheap, repurposed, refurbished devices as affordable plug-and-play mesh nodes for censorship resistant communications and Bitcoin txs. Bitcoin Venezuela's Locha mesh will make it easy to join an open hardware open source network with: Bitcoin full, Lightning Network, and Blockstream satellite! submitted by rdymac to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Verbind je bitcoin hardware wallet met een full node (vanaf Core 0.18.0)

Verbind je bitcoin hardware wallet met een full node (vanaf Core 0.18.0) submitted by pierenjan to BitcoinNL [link] [comments]

Satoshi lays out vision for Bitcoin at odds with claims that we need a 1 MB limit so everyone can run a full node: "At first, most users would run network nodes, but as the network grows beyond a certain point, it would be left more and more to specialists with server farms of specialized hardware."

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Next Bitcoin Core Release to Finally Let Hardware Wallets Connect to Full Nodes

Next Bitcoin Core Release to Finally Let Hardware Wallets Connect to Full Nodes submitted by leftok to atbitcoin [link] [comments]

New Bitcoin Core upgrade will allow hardware wallets and full nodes to connect

New Bitcoin Core upgrade will allow hardware wallets and full nodes to connect submitted by Zoranth to GetCryptocurrency [link] [comments]

Next Bitcoin Core Release to Finally Let Hardware Wallets Connect to Full Nodes

Next Bitcoin Core Release to Finally Let Hardware Wallets Connect to Full Nodes submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Q&A: Full node and home network security Bitcoin Q&A: Lightning, full nodes, and miners Bitcoins Smallest Full Node Miner by 21 Bitcoin Brian Lockhart on Running a Bitcoin Full Node The Most Useful Bitcoin Only Hardware!

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