Latest Bitcoin node News

Close up view of golden bitcoin in black keyboard
Tech 7 April 2022

Security, the blockchain, and hashed headers…

Bitcoin uses a binary tree structure to collapse a huge set of transactions into an easily searchable path, which is only necessary when millions or billions of transactions are included in a block.

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Editorial 6 April 2022

The library analogy

Bitcoin creator and author Dr. Craig Wright explains the library analogy and how it applies to Bitcoin and related services.

Weight scale with bitcoin business in front of rising chart
Business 26 March 2022

Defining scaling

Numerous arguments abound on scaling blockchain-based systems like Bitcoin, but according to author Dr. Craig Wright, the scale or grade represents the transaction volume that the system can handle.

Cryptocurrency on a computer
Editorial 31 January 2022

Run a Bitcoin node, honestly

Bitcoin is a consensus network designed to solve the Byzantine Generals Problem with proof of work. If that sounds insane, sorry. Fortunately, it’s not as crazy as it sounds.

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Tech 9 June 2021

This is what Teranode is about (+50k TPS)

On a day which saw the Demo-Gods’ smile upon him, Steve Shadders was able to demonstrate a 4-cluster Teranode process over 50,000 txn/s before the latency delay rose above 100ms.

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