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Question about lightning network and bitcoin GUI

I've been testing out LND's latest binaries, and pretty cool. I had some misconceptions, either from my own ideas of what LN would be, or FUD I had heard. I like that LND has the Bitcoin functionality in it. I can make the on chain transactions right from the LND Gui, it's not separate where I have to go back to Bitcoin to do a part, then back to lightning for another.
My question with that background, would the Lightning GUI eventually be part of Bitcoin core UI? Or will it always be a separate implementation?
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Guis buy the dip

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Question about lightning network and bitcoin GUI /r/Bitcoin

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Bootstrap - Default bitcoin gui? Why?

Yet another bitcoin project related project and yet another "Bootstrap" in the back-end. I have no problem with using the framework as it does have potential but I'd urge developers to spend half a day on styling the site so it doesn't look like Bootstrap tutorial. There are plenty live examples how these can look like and guest what - they don't look like Bootstrap. If you put some effort into making the site look nice it will not scare people away, as I have seen in the past.
tl;dr - Use Bootstrap but make it more fun!
Happy Coding!
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I Am Creating A New Bitcoin Core GUI Header

Hey folks,
I have begun work to create a new Bitcoin GUI header. I am doing this for several reasons:
What will CBitcoin (the new GUI header) be?
CBitcoin will be a new GUI header as mentioned above. Among some things, it will support SegWit, it'll combine a GUI and command prompt into one single program and once LN is more developed, it'll integrate that as well.
You can find the project on my website: http://cowlite.nl/cbitcoin.php
and on Github: https://github.com/WJongkind/CBitcoin
During the development of CBitcoin, a strong and easy-to-use framework will be written in Java for interaction with the Bitcoin Network, based on the Bitcoin Core's bitcoind and it's JSON RPC API. Eventually it might be decided that this framework will become a entire project on it's own, but we are not that far yet.
You can read more details about the project on my website: http://cowlite.nl/cbitcoin.php. The entire project is open-source and will remain that way for obvious reasons: the software will be trusted, people can contribute to the code and people can borrow code for their own projects.
Looking for contributors
Currently, I am the only developer of the software. I do this in my spare time as a hobby and I do not earn any form of payment for it (however, people do have the option to donate). I am sure I could write the software entirely myself, though that would probably take a significant amount of time. Therefore I am asking any programming enthusiasts out there that have spare time to lend a hand. On the GitHub page & on my website there are instructions on how you can become part of the project. Donations will be split up amongst all contributors.
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] I Am Creating A New Bitcoin Core GUI Header

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Hey folks,
I have begun work to create a new Bitcoin GUI header. I am doing this for several reasons:
  • Bitcoin-qt doesn't support SegWit
  • Bitcoin-qt frequently freezes on some systems
  • I have written a Java framework for interaction with the Bitcoin network (through bitcoind and JSON RPC). This framework allows for very rapid development.
  • Conventional full-node clients often take a long time to process updates; CBitcoin is aimed at rapidly pushing through updates while remaining safe to use.
  • Why not? It's fun!
What will CBitcoin (the new GUI header) be?
CBitcoin will be a new GUI header as mentioned above. Among some things, it will support SegWit, it'll combine a GUI and command prompt into one single program and once LN is more developed, it'll integrate that as well.
You can find the project on my website: http://cowlite.nl/cbitcoin.php
and on Github: https://github.com/WJongkind/CBitcoin
During the development of CBitcoin, a strong and easy-to-use framework will be written in Java for interaction with the Bitcoin Network, based on the Bitcoin Core's bitcoind and it's JSON RPC API. Eventually it might be decided that this framework will become a entire project on it's own, but we are not that far yet.
You can read more details about the project on my website: http://cowlite.nl/cbitcoin.php. The entire project is open-source and will remain that way for obvious reasons: the software will be trusted, people can contribute to the code and people can borrow code for their own projects.
Looking for contributors
Currently, I am the only developer of the software. I do this in my spare time as a hobby and I do not earn any form of payment for it (however, people do have the option to donate). I am sure I could write the software entirely myself, though that would probably take a significant amount of time. Therefore I am asking any programming enthusiasts out there that have spare time to lend a hand. On the GitHub page & on my website there are instructions on how you can become part of the project. Donations will be split up amongst all contributors.
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weird behavior of electrum+bitcoin-qt

past week installed the new plugin that allow me to connect my electrum wallet to bitcoin-core, i use a hardware wallet and worked like a charm.
Then today was updating the node and used bitcoin-qt instead of bitcoind and when was waiting suddendly i see some text in the gui where it says "recent transactions", and a lot of transactions where there.
Then was like WTF happened here, someone stole my btc?, or installed a compromised version of electrum(i use archlinux and install from the repos). Why some transactions where there, i neved imported my wallet to bitcoin-gui.
Inmediately deleted the wallet.dat and did the same in electrum, but my question is:
Was something imported into bitcoin-qt?, all my history was redeable from the gui, i never imported into bitcoin-qt, and as far i know the seed never leave the hardware wallet.
This is normal?, at least all my funds are still there but im really worried.
PS: everything happened with my hardwallet unplugged.
TL:DR: Connected my cold wallet to electrum(connected to bitcoind) past week, never to bitcoin-qt, today opened bitcoin-qt and all my history of transactions from my cold wallet(unplugged) was there(bitcoin-qt), is this normal?.
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weird behavior of electrum

past week installed the new plugin that allow me to connect my electrum wallet to bitcoin-core, i use a hardware wallet and worked like a charm.
Then today was updating the node and used bitcoin-qt instead of bitcoind and when was waiting suddendly i see some text in the gui where it says "recent transactions", and a lot of transactions where there.
Then was like WTF happened here, someone stole my btc?, or installed a compromised version of electrum(i use archlinux and install from the repos). Why some transactions where there, i neved imported my wallet to bitcoin-gui.
Inmediately deleted the wallet.dat and did the same in electrum, but my question is:
Was something imported into bitcoin-qt?, all my history was redeable from the gui, i never imported into bitcoin-qt, and as far i know the seed never leave the hardware wallet.
This is normal?, at least all my funds are still there but im really worried.
PS: everything happened with my hardwallet unplugged.
TL:DR: Connected my cold wallet to electrum(connected to bitcoind) past week, never to bitcoin-qt, today opened bitcoin-qt and all my history of transactions from my cold wallet was there(bitcoin-qt), is this normal?.
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TIL that Satoshi left scrapes of GUI functionality for poker game in the Bitcoin Core in the 2009

TIL Satoshi left scrapes of poker functionality in the Bitcoin Core in the 2009
Today I stumbled upon a weird functionality in the uibase.cpp file in an old bitcoin node file I was reading for fun, Satoshi had written scrapes of GUI functionality for a poker game in the early version of Bitcoin 0.1.3 and maybe a little earlielater (didn't actually check that deep).
If Satoshi was planing an experiment with op codes for provably fair poker game in the very Bitcoin node (what an exciting thought lol, would actually download the entire blockchain), we may never know as I did not find a lot of info regarding this decision hidden in plain sight. The code applies only to the GUI dialog and is referenced in the uibase.h, uibase.cpp and uiproject.fbp.
As an unnecesary discovery this is, I actually thought this is a pretty neat fact I did not find anywhere else.
Also, as I am making my own private DPOS decentralized network, I think that this is a neat idea I could put in. Although I admit that this idea was almost certainly created long time ago when smart contracts were introduced.
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Guis plz help 😤😳😤 who is bitcoin 🧐🧐🧐

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Bitcoin Core GUI - not sure how backups work

If I immediately after generating wallet backup the wallet file and then make some transactions is it possible to restore all "funded" private/public key pairs from the first backup I have made? Or do I have to do backup wallet after each transaction in order to have access to all my generated keys related to my wallet.
Second question is maybe related. Is is possible to export master private key or some master seed? So far I know I can export private key to just specific address.
Thanks.
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I made this basic bitcoin faucet gui that runs on a pi zero

I made this basic bitcoin faucet gui that runs on a pi zero submitted by Triumvus to raspberry_pi [link] [comments]

3rd(?) best day of my life! AMA!

I was sifting through my things in storage. I used to be self employed doing IT consulting. I found my old computer. I thought I might have part of a bitcoin or two on there as I’ve been an avid bitcoin evangelist. So opened up a command prompt and in C:\ typed “dir wallet.dat /a/s” and I found one. So I looked and apparently I had run the windows GUI for bitcoind on this machine at one point.
I opened up the bitcoin GUI and the balance stated: 55. I was confused for a second and asked myself “55? Why does it say 55?” I looked at the transaction log and I saw two things: an entry for having signed a block and a payment of 5 extra BTC.
I live down the street from my parents and I shot up, ran out the door down to my parents house “Dad! Dad! We gotta go, I need you to come to my house right now, don’t worry about shoes!” Being a once in a life time event I felt he could run to my house barefoot and see this with me ... dick move I know! He was excited, he’s one of those guys that got on the hype train at 5500 and threw a couple hundred bucks in lol!
So I grabbed the wallet.dat, threw it up on my “vault” server I run, and waited for it to convert and scan the whole blockchain again. An hour later ... I am surprised I have my fingernails left... I typed “bitcoin getbalance” on my box and sure enough.. “55.00000000”. Pretty sure my right hand still hurts from the high five I gave my dad! I also play Eve Online, and I might have been laughing my ass off and having a great time with my alliance as well ... god I’m a nerd! Went over to my best friend’s house, told her as she has had to suffer through endless bitcoin is great rants, she was like “stfu! No you didn’t! Omfg!”
In the summer of 2010 I was able to sign a block using a Core I7-920, and since it was worth (roughly) 7 cents a bitcoin then, I determined my computer power was better spent doing other stuff and/or not mining. A bit after that I upgraded my 3 drive raid 0 to an SSD and didn’t migrate everything. A couple years back I found a couple wallet.dat files on that SSD but didn’t check the raid array until Friday.
I called my cousin who is a CPA/lawyer, and I told her that I had felt like I had won the lottery and she said to me “every time I hear about bitcoin I think of you, you didn’t win the lottery, you were Into it before the hype, you knew what it was when other people thought it was and still think it is weird. The real thing is you’re lucky because you forgot about it!” This week, I’m going to pay off my house/cacredit cards, put at least 150k into a college fund for my two boys, start looking into paying my taxes and you know pinching myself to make sure I’m not dreaming!
While I should HODL... I have cashed out most of them ... I feel like not having a mortgage payment was a huge plus. And by the way, Bitcoin Cash and the other forks... bless your hearts! The day my two boys were born were the two best days of my life! Merry-f’ing-Christmas!
:edit: Now that I've dumped the wallet and things have been transfered.... not a shit post(?) lol
https://blockchain.info/address/1EfC5cAuagHguQzGdFNebuZS2zsvmWsbPC
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I'd be just as skeptical on the internet as some of the people on here so...
Generation Address: 1EfC5cAuagHguQzGdFNebuZS2zsvmWsbPC
Signature: HGifhaImWOrhM/04LcjY94YBFxrba1G3lIRTUQUWPQs3RtEZGNXDnzzp6hQYc+gR4SuJKLDPrhU6xhAfL1TedNs=
Signed Message: https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/18qy88/bitcoin_message_signing_and_verification/ 3rd best day!
So you can verify it with something like this:
bitcoin-cli verifymessage 1EfC5cAuagHguQzGdFNebuZS2zsvmWsbPC HGifhaImWOrhM/04LcjY94YBFxrba1G3lIRTUQUWPQs3RtEZGNXDnzzp6hQYc+gR4SuJKLDPrhU6xhAfL1TedNs= "https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/18qy88/bitcoin_message_signing_and_verification/ 3rd best day!"
Pretty sure that verifies it was my wallet :)
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Bets GUI wallet?

Wich is the best bitcoin GUI wallet right now, Bitcoin Knots, Bitcoin Core or Electrum. I want to put bitcoin wallet on my laptop, and what about blockchain size, I still have 100gb free size on my ssd will it be enough?
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I made this basic bitcoin faucet gui that runs on a pi zero

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Running bitcoin core and monero gui nodes on same device at the same time

I would like to run monero full nodes on computers that are already running bitcoin core full time. Initial blockchain download stress aside, I trust that running two full nodes on the same consumer grade hardware is OK / doable?
Consider that :
1 - there's enough disk space, no problem there. 2 - the WiFi connection is decent speed (standard median speed we have in Europe nowadays) 3 - i cannot recall the detailed specs of each single computer I'm thinking on using to run the nodes, but no computer is older than 2018.
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LARGE BITCOIN! Anyone got an explaination for this GUI Bug?

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Bitcoin ATMs are a good start. Improved wallet GUI and ease-of-use is even better. We need to continue to focus on usability and adoption.

Bitcoin is reaching a point in its development where I think it is time we focus on ease-of-use features of Bitcoin for the average Jane and Joe.
It's not like it was back when we had to manually handle addresses and run our own nodes. People don't want to have to invest time or effort in order to benefit from something.
Most folks don't even care about how it works or why. They only care about what Bitcoin can do for them.
Bitcoin is safe. Bitcoin is easy. Bitcoin is for everyone.
Just recently I saw a conversation on Facebook where a lot of people were having issues with Square, Etsy, Paypal, etc for banning them because they were selling mature items, or items related to "witchcraft" or w/e.
These are exactly the people we need to target for adoption. People operating legal, but marginalized, operations in need of financial services.
We have to reach for the low-hanging fruit first, and the easiest sell is going to be to people who can't buy anything else worth having. Go for people who have trouble participating in the legitimate money system and we'll find our next adoptive group.
Point out that accepting and sending payments is as easy as 3 steps.
  1. Download a wallet app like Coinomi, or w/e you like to recommend.
  2. Set up a wallet by writing down a 12 word seed phrase in a safe location.
  3. Start accepting & sending payments!
Offer to accept Bitcoin as payment for small favors, even if you know they don't have any. Somebody needs to pay you back for lunch? Gas money? Say you accept cash & Bitcoin. Keep it on people's minds.
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I made this basic bitcoin faucet gui that runs on a pi zero

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I made this basic bitcoin faucet gui that runs on a pi zero

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Can't see Bitcoin / LND verisons in the GUI, why not?

I was able to see this on my Node 1, but not on Node 2.
Same with available HD space.
Can you please add these features back?
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