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Is there a way to determine if a remote full-node prunes its blocks (i.e., if it doesn’t store the entire Bitcoin blockchain)?
I have a question. can someone test my bitcoin address? address: 1AfV9mv9eRjy7qFXg7LHmxa5UyqHtS215p tnx
When purchasing Bitcoins on Gemini, the following options are available: limit, maker-or-cancel, maker-or-immediate, auction-only-limit, auction-only-market. Now, I understand limit. With limit, you choose a price, and it will just keep your money in the exchange until you either cancel the order (then it returns your money) or the coins become available at that price (then your money is exchanged for the bitcoins). Could someone please explain the other options? I read Gemini’s explanation…
I am after a couple of fans for my A2 as the bearings have gone.
From what i can see and have measured, they are a uncommon size at 105/106mm. Is this correct?
Any suggestions on replacements?
The underlying technology behind bitcoin, Blockchain is a decentralized database that consists of “blocks” or containers that contain time-stamped …
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