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"Just have to say that people are really sleeping on #BitcoinCash. It solves so many problems that Bitcoin has failed to solve. It's price only needs to get to like 1K, and miners will start mining it more than Bitcoin."

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"Just have to say that people are really sleeping on #BitcoinCash. It solves so many problems that Bitcoin has failed to solve. It's price only needs to get to like 1K, and miners will start mining it more than Bitcoin."

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Did you ever wonder about annoyingly long time to confirmation on BCH? Are you a miner who's suffering from having to choose between switch mining or losing money? A hardcore discussion between experts on DAA problems on Bitcoin Cash, and how to fix it

Did you ever wonder about annoyingly long time to confirmation on BCH? Are you a miner who's suffering from having to choose between switch mining or losing money? A hardcore discussion between experts on DAA problems on Bitcoin Cash, and how to fix it submitted by imaginary_username to btc [link] [comments]

Bitcoin miners if there is any, What problems that often happen while mining?

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Funny how media cares about the energy used by Bitcoin miners, but gold miners destroying the environment is not a problem.

Funny how media cares about the energy used by Bitcoin miners, but gold miners destroying the environment is not a problem. submitted by tokenizer_fsj to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Core's Peter Todd: 'The problem with mined sidechains is that the segwit "anyone-can-spend" issue is a reality, not FUD, and miners can steal sidechain funds; the reason why segwit doesn't have that problem is because full nodes prevent the theft, but sidechains have only miner-trusting SPV'

Bitcoin Core's Peter Todd: 'The problem with mined sidechains is that the segwit submitted by michelson01 to btc [link] [comments]

A Bitcoin miner died in a plane crash: How to solve the crypto will problem?

A Bitcoin miner died in a plane crash: How to solve the crypto will problem? submitted by Diggahtee to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Cash encounters problems with mining as single miner ‘controls 50% hashrate’

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Irony/Comedy Gold: bitcoin.org: "Note that Bitcoin is not ruled by miners, and miner actions cannot be used as a justification to redefine Bitcoin", Bitcoin Whitepaper: "The proof-of-work also solves the problem of determining representation in majority decision making."

You really can't make this shit up. I'm actually astonished Core has managed to get so far with any considerable following with clearly and blatantly anti-Bitcoin stances intensifying every step of the way. They've made it official - they're trying to destroy Bitcoin as defined by Satoshi Nakamoto in the whitepaper, anyone who doesn't see this by now has to have mush instead of a brain.
WOW, that's some high level trolling of a $72 Billion network. Can't believe this is happening actually.
sources: bitcoin.org Bitcoin Whitepaper [page 3]
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Jeff Garzik talked about the "Fidelity Problem" since 2015. With the BCH stress test we are giving more confidence to institutions to build on Bitcoin. Time for miners to start making 32MB blocks and show the world what we can do!

Jeff Garzik talked about the submitted by cryptorebel to btc [link] [comments]

Andreas in Jan 2016 on nodes vs miners and their contribution to bitcoin network: "Node count is a lot less important than miners. Validating on the way to the miners is important for propagation, but bitcoin network has no problem with latency or propagation. The current number of nodes is fine"

Andreas in Jan 2016 on nodes vs miners and their contribution to bitcoin network: submitted by hunk_quark to btc [link] [comments]

SV vs ABC ecosystem support, everyone using BCH to solve real life problems supports miner vote and the Bitcoin Whitepaper. ABC has 0 grassroot support except for support from corrupt devs looking for handouts

SV vs ABC ecosystem support, everyone using BCH to solve real life problems supports miner vote and the Bitcoin Whitepaper. ABC has 0 grassroot support except for support from corrupt devs looking for handouts submitted by bimbumbamdude to btc [link] [comments]

Are miners simply insane? These capacity problems are going to DESTROY Bitcoin!

I can't get my head around this, it must be clear to anybody at least half-intelligent that not increasing the block size limit ASAP is going to destroy Bitcoin.
The current unacceptable delays to confirm legitimate transactions is so bad experience for new users that they'll probably never try Bitcoin again, what's worse, they're going to tell their friends about the experience - it's creating a negative network effect where many people get discouraged to use it for a long long time if not forever.
Do the miners not see that this destroys the future price of Bitcoin and therefore their earnings? Are they this blind?
Do they not see that SegWit is NOT a scaling solution at all and is bloatware [1] that will redirect their earnings to a 2nd layer "solutions" which are years away from being even potentially in widespread use (if Bitcoin would exist by then). Why do they let this trojan horse into their gates?
The Core team was warned about this long time ago and knew about the issue, they've pushed away the devs who were warning us this would happen (Gavin Andersen [2], Mike Hearn [3] ...) A year ago, you could say they were just incompetent, I do not think one can reasonably believe so now - they're simply malicious. We knew state actors would try to disrupt and destroy Bitcoin, is this it? I don't know but it surely looks like it [4].
The only sane option is to completely amputate this cancerous "dev team" and replace it with Bitcoin Unlimited [5] team/implementation which has the original vision of Bitcoin as its goal.
And for those who believe Core brought many improvements to Bitcoin - it does not need any improvements, it needs to work! It is years before any exotic new uses need to be implemented, it needs to follow its original vision and work well first and foremost. Do not fall for this smokescreen, ordinary Joe and Bitcoin businesses do not care about SegWit or Lighting Network, they need reliable, consistent experience!
Don't let me even get started on the decentralization issue, if they valued decentralization so much, they'd welcome another implementations, instead they fight them tooth and nail - so another smokescreen. Is this so hard to see?
So the question considering all the above - are the miners actually insane and suicidal? Why are they not switching to Bitcoin Unlimited ASAP as a matter of survival?
[1] http://www.deadalnix.me/2016/10/17/segwit-is-not-great/
[2] http://gavinandresen.ninja/why-increasing-the-max-block-size-is-urgent
[3] https://medium.com/@octskyward/the-resolution-of-the-bitcoin-experiment-dabb30201f7#.yfsh5zt3s
[4] https://www.reddit.com/btc/comments/57vwvp/a_page_taken_out_of_the_national_security_report/
[5] https://www.bitcoinunlimited.info/
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Event Collector Command Line problem - probably a bitcoin miner virus?

So, every time I start my PC, there's an app running on the background called "Even Collector Command Line" and I always thought that it's just a thing in windows and that I can stop it from happening again. But I looked deeply and I found out that Event collector isn't on (the windows tool), but the even collector command line - the virus - is. If I stop it, it won't restart only when I will reboot the PC. I looked up a little on it and some people told me it might be a bitcoin miner virus and that they found it in some folders (one found it in a Microsoft edge folder, another one in a steam folder). Can you guys help me get rid of it? Please? I will be grateful for it!
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I think that Bitcoins biggest problem (and maybe reason to fail) is that alot of it's miners are cowards

I just thought about how much I profit from bitcoins crisis by ether going through the roof. I'm here for about 3 years now and I think like most I diversified a bit. What should I say.. it paid out. I think that there are a lot of people like me who really profit from this crisis Bitcoin has. Ask yourself who does not profit from this crisis?
So consider this huge conflict of interest that a lot of the people have who are here for some time now and thereby have some influence. I guess there's a massive hidden motivation to keep the situation as it is and hold Bitcoin back.
Miners should be aware of this. They have the purest motivation to make Bitcoin successful as they're committed to it's PoW algorithm due to the value of their ASICs.
So this is to all the miners that are still trying to "make things right" and are desperately searching for someone telling them which path to follow..: Get your shit together. Think for yourself what's best for Bitcoin and act.
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Can someone explain me in simple terms what exactly is "solving a hard mathematical problem" in relation to bitcoin miners?

I have read several blogs and several small books but none of the book could explain easily how does exactly a bitcoin generated. I know the following things:
  1. After every 10 minutes, a block is generated which contains all the transactions that happened since the last block got verified.
  2. All the miners try to verify the newly generated block. It's a hard mathematical problem which requires extensive computation. The miner which solves that problem gets 12.5 Btc in reward.
I am confused about that mathematical problem. What is that? Is it finding a key by brute force method for the newly generated hash of the newly generated block? Why is it so hard? Is it because the hash generated becomes longer and longer as the number of transactions have increased? Or is the hash generated contains all knowledge of the transaction since the first bitcoin generated?
Can some one explain me in simple terms? I want to make other people understand the value of bitcoin but get confused myself while explaining them.
P.S. I am a technical person and have no difficulty in understanding the mathematics.
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Are Bitcoin miners processing Bitcoin transactions or solving complex math problems?

So I am a bit confused on what Bitcoin mining actually is. I've heard that mining Bitcoin is essentially solving complex math problems which reward the "miner" with Bitcoins. I've also heard Bitcoin mining is the act of processing Bitcoin transactions which make up the blocks in the blockchain.
So if you're mining Bitcoin are you actually processing the transactions? How does mining work on crypto coins that have little to no transactions? How can the miners still receive regular block rewards for mining if there's not enough transactions to fill a block?
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Let's leave GHash in the past. Miners and Bitcoiners can use P2Pools to secure the network! Learn how to help! Our community has come together in the past to solve much larger problems.

I apologize for adding another "Ghash, nooooooo!" post, yet network centralization demands priority attention to prevent it from affecting the positive contributions of others.
Summary
As a community, let's make this the last time we all hear about the 51% attack.
How?
The community can encourage the use of P2Pools (pools of bitcoin miners that cannot be controlled by the pool operator).
Attention all Miners
You guys are literally the backbone of our system. Without your hashing power the community couldn't send transactions!
Nonetheless, we need your help once again, yet this requires effort on your part unfortunately. (The community can still do it's part to help!)
Miners! Become a fighting soldier in the war against centralization by joining P2Pools and leaving GHash
Here is a list of P2Pools, yet below are the pools most often recommended by the community.
Attention all Developers & everyday Bitcoiners
Currently tools are being developed to allow bitcoiners to contribute to the P2Pool cause without buying machines. By using tools like BlisterPool's donate button it makes it easy for bitcoiners to tip miners actively contributing towards securing the network in a decentralized way.
Let's build and use more tools to tip P2Pools, and give these pools a little financial push to get the ball rolling
Here are some resources to help understand the situation a bit better, please still look around ask ask questions
tl;dr?
Update: I've just learned that regular people can help ensure the security of the network by running nodes. I don't want to lead the discussion on this though as I'm not well informed enough to lead that, yet please look around and ask questions.
Lesser Update: whoah, cool to be mentioned on coindesk
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I got a malware bitcoin miner fucking everything up.. I accidentally went into recovery mode attempting for safe mode... tried to restart it after it won’t boot it gets 3/4 of the way on boot up window. Then shuts down and says there was a problem press a key or wait to continue. Repeats..

So yeah idk I’m in disk utility. Can someone help me out I’m stressed af.. what’s this parturition business? Can I back up my programs and pluginsin that? Along with a boot drive? Help man i legit Have a ram upgraDe coming today ),:
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"I thought Bitcoin Miners will have a problem storing the whole blockchain if we keep increasing the blocksize?? #BitcoinSV will radically increase the blocksize to cater for the Electronic Cash use as well as all IoT devices."

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"I thought Bitcoin Miners will have a problem storing the whole blockchain if we keep increasing the blocksize?? #BitcoinSV will radically increase the blocksize to cater for the Electronic Cash use as well as all IoT devices."

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Yours on Twitter - We will support Bitcoin Cash if it achieves majority miner support. Best chain for mainstream adoption. Chicken and egg problem.

Yours on Twitter - We will support Bitcoin Cash if it achieves majority miner support. Best chain for mainstream adoption. Chicken and egg problem. submitted by increaseblocks to btc [link] [comments]

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