Bitcoin(BTC) - POW - SHA256
Bitcoin is a revolutionary cryptocurrency that was developed in 2008. Its mysterious creator went by the pseudonym “Satoshi Nakamoto.” The digital money that has no central bank or controller, Bitcoin’s circulation is provided for through computer code and cryptography. It is open source, meaning anyone can look at the code to verify it.
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International - The Bitcoin Foundation
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Australia - Bitcoin Australia
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Germany – Bundesverband Bitcoin e.V.
India – Bitcoin Alliance of India
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Mexico – [Fundación Satoshi Nakamoto] (http://www.btcmexico.org/)
Philippines - Bitcoin Organization of the Philippines
Poland - Polish Bitcoin Association
Romania – Fundatia Bitcoin Romania
Ukraine – Bitcoin Foundation Ukraine
Slovenia – Bitcoin Društvo Slovenije
Sweden -Svenska Bitcoinföreningen
Switzerland – Bitcoin Association Switzerland
Bitcoin Release - v0.13.2rc1
Bitcoin Games Paid 80 BTC in Jackpots Since October
Just a few months ago Bitcoin.com revamped its Bitcoin Games
portal bringing fantastic casino classics to our website. In the last
three months our games have paid out over 80 BTC in wins and the high
stakes action continues to pay out more players daily.
Bitcoin Games Pays Out Over $77 Thousand in Bitcoin In Three Months
Bitcoin Games is a fun bitcoin-based casino portal with seven exclusive games, including video-poker, blackjack, roulette, craps, keno, slots and dice. There’s no registration needed to play, and there’s a 99% expected return playing our games, trumping competitor gaming sites. Furthermore, payouts are instant for those looking to cash out their game winnings.
The past few months Bitcoin Games has seen growth in popularity. Moreover, our games portal has paid 80 BTC with one jackpot winner taking 16.5 BTC and another winning a large 6.23 BTC just a few days ago. Player “57225dd9d6” won a progressive roulette prize of over six thousand dollars in bitcoin. People are winning because we offer a provably fair game playing environment and the best payouts in the industry.
Mate Tokay Bitcoin.com’s COO is thrilled to see Bitcoin Games gain so much attention stating:
We are really happy to see our Bitcoin Games getting more and more popular and excited to see these big wins.
Promotions, Customer Support, Security, and a Provably Fair Gaming Environment
During the first two weeks of the new year, Bitcoin Games will be offering a special promotion for our casino game players. Currently, we are offering a daily 10 percent cash back bonus on all losses until 2017 up to 100mBTC. All that is asked to participate is an email address (but please no duplicates). Our house edge in all our games is only 0.50%. This player advantage is by far superior to any casino you’ll find in Vegas.
Bitcoin Games also offers excellent customer support and security for accounts kept on our system. Users can access credentials by using a unique URL and also enable two-factor authentication to their account. Furthermore, our players can be confident of our provably fair system which ensures dealer moves are never manipulated, and all roulette spins, dice throws, and shuffles are accurate during every play.
Bitcoin.com’s gaming section also has a referral program where you can earn 25 percent of the house edge. Just refer a new user to our casino and future games played by your friend will earn you bitcoin rewards. Bitcoin Games patrons can click the “Referral Program” section to acquire a unique referral link for their friends and family members.
Check out our casino today! We offer the best playing experience on the web, the best jackpots, and a great atmosphere for playing fun games.
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Bitcoin (BTC) Release Core v0.14.1
Bitcoin Core version 0.14.1 has been released and is now available for download. This is a new minor version release, including various bug fixes and performance improvements, as well as updated translations.
Please report bugs using the issue tracker on GitHub.
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Bitcoin Core is extensively tested on multiple operating systems using the Linux kernel, macOS 10.8+, and Windows Vista and later.
Microsoft ended support for Windows XP on April 8th, 2014, No attempt is made to prevent installing or running the software on Windows XP, you can still do so at your own risk but be aware that there are known instabilities and issues. Please do not report issues about Windows XP in the issue tracker.
Bitcoin Core should also work on most other Unix-like systems but is not frequently tested on them.
- The first positional argument of
createrawtransactionwas renamed from
- The argument of
disconnectnodewas renamed from
These interface changes break compatibility with 0.14.0, when the named arguments functionality, introduced in 0.14.0, is used. Client software using these calls with named arguments needs to be updated.
In previous versions, getblocktemplate required segwit support from downstream clients/miners once the feature activated on the network. In this version, it now supports non-segwit clients even after activation, by removing all segwit transactions from the returned block template. This allows non-segwit miners to continue functioning correctly even after segwit has activated.
Due to the limitations in previous versions, getblocktemplate also recommended non-segwit clients to not signal for the segwit version-bit. Since this is no longer an issue, getblocktemplate now always recommends signalling segwit for all miners. This is safe because ability to enforce the rule is the only required criteria for safe activation, not actually producing segwit-enabled blocks.
UTXO memory accounting
Memory usage for the UTXO cache is being calculated more accurately, so that the configured limit (
-dbcache) will be respected when memory usage peaks during cache flushes. The memory accounting in prior releases is estimated to only account for half the actual peak utilization.
-dbcachehas also been changed in this release to 450MiB. Users who currently set
-dbcacheto a high value (e.g. to keep the UTXO more fully cached in memory) should consider increasing this setting in order to achieve the same cache performance as prior releases. Users on low-memory systems (such as systems with 1GB or less) should consider specifying a lower value for this parameter.
Additional information relating to running on low-memory systems can be found here.
0.14.1 Change log
Detailed release notes follow. This overview includes changes that affect behavior, not code moves, refactors and string updates. For convenience in locating the code changes and accompanying discussion, both the pull request and git merge commit are mentioned.
RPC and other APIs
142fbb2Rename first named arg of createrawtransaction (MarcoFalke)
f15268dRemove auth cookie on shutdown (practicalswift)
2fea10aBetter error handling for submitblock (rawodb, gmaxwell)
d947afcPrioritisetransaction wasn't always updating ancestor fee (sdaftuar)
3c79602Rename disconnectnode argument (jnewbery)
Block and transaction handling
0b5e162Compensate for memory peak at flush time (sipa)
fc3d7dbOptimize GetWitnessHash() for non-segwit transactions (sdaftuar)
ab864d3Clean up calculations of pcoinsTip memory usage (morcos)
P2P protocol and network code
d2548a4Fix shutdown hang with >= 8 -addnodes set (TheBlueMatt)
30fa231net: gracefully handle NodeId wrapping (theuni)
e9611d1depends: fix zlib build on osx (theuni)
ddc2dd1Ensure an item exists on the rpcconsole stack before adding (achow101)
569596cDon't require segwit in getblocktemplate for segwit signalling or mining (sdaftuar)
b5c3440Prevent slowdown in CreateNewBlock on large mempools (sdaftuar)
Tests and QA
4d8e660Trivial: Fix typo in help getrawtransaction RPC (keystrike)
e4c9a90util: Work around (virtual) memory exhaustion on 32-bit w/ glibc (laanwj)
ecc5232bitcoin-tx input verification (awemany, jnewbery)
Thanks to everyone who directly contributed to this release:
- Alex Morcos
- Andrew Chow
- Cory Fields
- Gregory Maxwell
- James Evans
- John Newbery
- Matt Corallo
- Pieter Wuille
- Suhas Daftuar
- Wladimir J. van der Laan
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