Awesome idea! I'll be adding a avatar today
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I use Bitcoin Core v0.12.1 (64bit) for Windows as my desktop wallet for transactions on the regular web. I am just getting set up to use Tor. I would like to configure Bitcoin Core for use on Tor as well. When I opened Settings|Options|Network tabs I found a pre-checked marked box labeled “Allow incoming Connections” In addition to that I have checked marked the box labeled “Use Separate SOCKS5 proxy to reach peers via Tor hidden services” ProxyIP: 127.0.0.1 Port:9050.
Is this all that I really need to do? I’ve been reading up on bitcoin.conf and the command line options. It all seems horribly complex. I’m just an average schmo not some power user. I wouldn’t know which options to pick or what values to assign. I would appreciate any thoughts and suggestions on the subject.
Is there any way to find out the total no.of mining nodes in the Bitcoin network? In case of mining pools, the devices present in each pool.
Though he wasn't specific on the details, Dotcom claims that the new Megaupload will involve Bitcoin in some capacity. It's unclear if that means that …
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