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Study bitcoin core source code

Hi,

I have read a lot of documentation and books where they explain the general functioning of Bitcoin and I think that the time has come to study the source code of Bitcoin core.

I have knowledge of c++ and python but due to the large size of the project and the number of files, I don't know where it would be correct to start.

Could someone help me on how to properly perform that task?
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Can anyone explain the bitcoin source code?

I have a friend that want to try mining bitcoin and I want to help him. I understand the operating principle of bitcoin, but how come there exists bitcoin and miners (such as cgminer)? Could anyone provide a guide to reading the source code so that I can understand it on a deeper level?
P.S. I tried to look into the make file, but I am not an experienced programmer so I could not understand much, is that the right direction?
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Blockchain technology has seen tremendous growth over the past few years. It is a technology that is used to run the source code for Bitcoins. Bitcoins are the world’s largest cryptocurrency that was launched in 2009.

Blockchain technology has seen tremendous growth over the past few years. It is a technology that is used to run the source code for Bitcoins. Bitcoins are the world’s largest cryptocurrency that was launched in 2009. submitted by stacydsouza to u/stacydsouza [link] [comments]

GitHub is set to bury Bitcoin’s code inside an arctic mountain to preserve it for at least 1,000 years for future generations. The move is apart of a wider project to preserve open-source code, and will include other cryptocurrencies.

GitHub is set to bury Bitcoin’s code inside an arctic mountain to preserve it for at least 1,000 years for future generations. The move is apart of a wider project to preserve open-source code, and will include other cryptocurrencies. submitted by Kroucher to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

The Bitcoin halving is exciting and all, but if you prefer to write some code and be productive rather than talking about the price all day, join the #LightningHacksprint this weekend to work on some exciting open source Lightning Network projects! ⚡

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Study bitcoin core source code (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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PSA: Bitcoin.com's Wallet new releases do not currently have any publicly available source-code. Be very careful; do not trust them with funds you care about without this transparency

TL;DR: Bitcoin.com used to publicly release and track changes of their wallet's source code. Currently it is NOT true anymore for the most recent versions (5.x/6.x). Please be careful, trusting a closed-source/non-public source wallet is VERY risky for your funds.
This wallet is mainly an altcoin focused wallet nowadays, it has multiple other flaws and serious unresolved security issues.
But since it is still possible to store actual Bitcoin funds on it and it appears in the first results of a search for Bitcoin wallets (due to its name) on various App stores I've figured this post could be useful to new/unaware users.
This wallet is supposedly (hard to tell without source code) still a fork of Bitpay's CoPay wallet which is under MIT License. If this is the case authors have no obligation to publicly release the source code, but up until the last couple versions it was public and tracked on this GitHub repository.
Without any justification the new releases are now happening on a new GitHub belonging to apparently "bitcoin.jp", without any tracked source code in the repository and with only binaries available for download.
There are compressed files named "Source code" along the releases, which are empty (only containing a meaningless README file in them). Those files could easily be there to deceive people into thinking everything is like before and that the source code is still available but it clearly is not the case.
You should never use a close source wallet as it generally implies that nobody was able to independently review and audit it. Without this ability, you have no guarantee that this application is not going to leak and/or purposefully steal your private keys/seed/funds. When a wallet goes from a public open-source model to a closed source/non-public source like this wallet it is even more suspicious.
I've seen Roger Ver being asked about it multiple times on btc and he only directed users to the new GitHub, without further comments when people pointed out there was no source code there.
So please, be careful, and do NOT blindly trust this company with your funds. There are plenty of wallets that are actually open-source (with publicly available source code).
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The Bitcoin code is being preserved forever in the Arctic Code Vault for open source software.

The Bitcoin code is being preserved forever in the Arctic Code Vault for open source software. submitted by ngt_ to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

My Bitcoin trading algorithm live results - 54.33% accuracy, 3.9+ sharpe ratio, seeking thoughts/feedback/improvements/things to add. Commission fees are destructive so looking to sell the source code and app to a whale with free trading. Making a presentation of statistical figures/selling points

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PSA: Bitcoin.com's Wallet new releases do not currently have any publicly available source-code. Be very careful; do not trust them with funds you care about without this transparency

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How to build the bitcoin core source code on a regular windows computer?

How to build the source code? I'm sore some developer here can help me.
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💡| Crescent Cash is an open-source, non-custodial Bitcoin Cash wallet with peer-to-peer services integrated into it. It fully supports SLP tokens.You can send & receive BCH or SLP tokens anywhere ,anytime, with anyone across the world fast & for pennies, using methodes like QR codes or Cashaccounts

💡| Crescent Cash is an open-source, non-custodial Bitcoin Cash wallet with peer-to-peer services integrated into it. It fully supports SLP tokens.You can send & receive BCH or SLP tokens anywhere ,anytime, with anyone across the world fast & for pennies, using methodes like QR codes or Cashaccounts submitted by ojjordan78 to Bitcoincash [link] [comments]

Butter asks "How can one guarantee that the app Bitcoin.com that we download from the app store is built from the source code in open source repos?" The answer may surprise you. Or not.

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nChain Chief Scientist Craig Wright doesn't understand Bitcoin's source code or history

nChain Chief Scientist Craig Wright doesn't understand Bitcoin's source code or history submitted by CombustibleBitcoiner to bsv [link] [comments]

How can one guarantee that the app Bitcoin.com that we download from the app store is built from the source code in open source repos?

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Why is Bitcoin.com always so late with publishing source code for their released wallets? I think it's a valid complaint.

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What is to stop the community from running ABC without this commit? Bitcoin = freedom. We as a community decide what code we run. It's customary for free and open-source projects to fork the code if the devs put anti-features in them. A new or different node implementation is not required.

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05-20 17:35 - 'They aren’t tightly linked, for example a rally in bitcoin would not lead to a rally in litecoin. / I have heard and also believe the opposite. I haven’t seen the source code of btc. Don’t know if it’s on github or s...' by /u/MFDOOMKendrickEarl removed from /r/Bitcoin within 45-55min

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They aren’t tightly linked, for example a rally in bitcoin would not lead to a rally in litecoin.
I have heard and also believe the opposite. I haven’t seen the source code of btc. Don’t know if it’s on github or something. The code is also probably way over my head. Anyways I own mostly gold and bonds. Picking up bitcoin everytime it dips like today. Soon it’ll be gold and crypto, soon...
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Bitcoins source code is beautiful because of it's simplicity, let's not forget this.

As someone who had a basic understanding of computer networking, the day I figured out how Bitcoin worked changed my life. I became interested in Austrian Economics, worked my way up to reading Human Action, and Man Economy & State as a direct result of this life changing realization. I've never been a maximalist and liked Ethereum, and privacy coins like Monero, and currencies that used zero knowledge proofs because they had a specific use case, and they are excellent for these applications.
With that said, I've always liked Bitcoin the most. I come from an art, and design background, and for many of us working inside that realm finding simple solutions, and a well done minimalist approach much more valuable than a complex one. For example think Helvetica, vs an infinitely complex cursive script that is beautiful because of its complexity. To the average laymen, the fancy script will always be more impressive, but to those with basic knowledge in this arena, we understand a simple font like Helvetica is much harder to design properly. It takes a different kind of genius to do properly, and the end result is a font that's exponentially more useful because of its simplicity.
Circling back to cryptocurrency, this way of thinking is what made the scaling debate a no brainer for me. Lightning was way too complicated, and useless, especially for an application with very little usability for the masses in the first place. Not allowing smart contracts, getting rid of colored coins etc. was IMO a good thing and I know many of you don't agree. We don't need one cryptocurrency to rule them all, however we do need one currency we all agree is the best currency, or medium of exchange. There's certain things Ethereum isn't as good at when compared to Bitcoin, like using a single transaction to send from/to multiple addresses for example. Ethereum, and its token's function case as "just a currency" isn't even comparable to Bitcoin's.
I view this push to ramp up development, and add features to BCH now vexing. Why? What purpose would it serve? Do you want to compete with privacy coins, smart contract platforms, and still have this unproductive, dogmatic "one cryptocurrency to rule them all" core belief where all other currencies are/should be invalid? That's a misguided path to take IMO.
I'd prefer to keep the source code, and functions as simple as possible, and just focus on usability as a currency as opposed to adding any new features. Sure, we may need security upgrades here and there, quantum computing may become a thing one day etc. With that said, there's just no need to make BCH any more complicated than it was the day of the HF, or even Satoshi's genesis block. Simplifying the code, and narrowing it's focus as a currency is more productive IMO.
If you simply have to develop something cool, try developing a wordpress plugin that allows anyone to design, and operate their own e commerce platform without permission, or any intermediary by using BCH. Bitcoin is already the best cryptoCURRENCY out there, let's try not forget that fact, and refocus some of our attention on something that is 100% more crucial to its future, adoption as a medium of exchange.
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Is your wallet secure? Only 4 out of 69 Android Bitcoin Wallets are open source **and** their app can be verified to match the public source code

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This website checks the verifiability of #Bitcoin wallets with their Open Source code and it is amazing.

https://walletscrutiny.com
Only 4 of many wallets tested are verifiable:
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GitHub is set to bury Bitcoin’s code inside an arctic mountain to preserve it for at least 1,000 years for future generations. The move is apart of a wider project to preserve open-source code, and will include other cryptocurrencies.

GitHub is set to bury Bitcoin’s code inside an arctic mountain to preserve it for at least 1,000 years for future generations. The move is apart of a wider project to preserve open-source code, and will include other cryptocurrencies. submitted by doppl to GoodRisingTweets [link] [comments]

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