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Mining is the process by which it is ensured that the blockchain is the same across all nodes. A miner that solves a cryptological problem related to the previous transactions on the blockchain is rewarded with Ether.

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geth mining not working without --allow-insecure-unlock (geth 1.9.16-stable-ea3b00ad)

I am running a private ethereum blockchain with POA geth --port 3000 --networkid 42 --datadir=./blkchain --maxpeers=5 --rpc --rpcport 8543 --rpcaddr 127.0.0.1 --rpccorsdomain "*" --rpcapi &...
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mining transaction in private blockchain

I am new to the blockchain issue, and I have read about it, but I had these questions. When I actually implement a private Blockchain on every transaction it costs a certain gas. Who pays for this ...
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Does CGMiner officially support FPGA Mining?

I've been toying around with the idea of diving into the world of FPGA mining in the realm of Ethereum Mining. According to this link I found during my research online, CGMiner supports FPGA Mining ...
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Connecting geth and openethereum on a private network

Private network, running geth 1.9.15 and openethereum 3.0.1. Parity converter was used to create the chain.json file for openethereum. The two node show the exact same: genesis block network id ...
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How to mine without entire computer slowing down?

My computer is a dream machine with 64gb RAM and 28 cores operating at 4-5Ghz. Using Linux Mint. I also have a fairly modern Nvidia graphiques karrd with 8gb VRAM. I am mining XMR on 24 of my 28 cores,...
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Transactions from connected peer on private geth network seldom get mined

I have two clients running on a private network, one mining and one not mining. When I send transactions from the mining node, they get mined right away. But when I send transactions from the non-...
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BlockNumber stuck on 0 while a private network node is looking for peers

I'm extremely new to Blockchain and mining, and I've followed this tutorial to create my first private blockchain. I am stuck when it comes to mining and I'm afraid I'm quite lost. Afte I've started ...
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Hashes of all previous blocks are known but why the hash of block.number-1 is vulnerable and not the remaining 255 blocks?

I have read at different places that blackhash(block.number-1) is vulnerable (to miner's blockhash(block.number-1) vulnerability) because the hash is available but what about the other previous 255 ...
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net.peerCount is zero: Two miners are not connected

I'm trying to build a local private blockchain of Ethereum in my own PC using Geth v1.9.15-stable-0f77f34b. I have installed Geth in a virtual machine with Ubuntu 18.04 OS using VMware Workstation Pro....
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MainNet Truffle Contract sendTransaction request not returning transaction receipt

I just deployed my smart contract to MainNet and starting to test my DAPP. I am running my own public Open Ethereum node where I send my transactions to. I am NOT mining in this node. From what I can ...
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Claymore miner 15.0 crashes on Ubuntu 20.04. Used to work on Ubuntu 16.04 and Claymore 14.7

Trying to mine with Claymore v15.0 on a Radeon RX 580 GPU on Linux Ubuntu 20.04. I have recently upgraded Ubuntu from 16.04 to 20.04 and had extreme difficulty installing OpenCL. But once having done ...
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Why are these high fee transactions not being mined?

Looking at the state of pending transactions on Etherscan I noticed two transactions that have a gas price much higher than that of the average network fee, yet they are not being mined. The ...
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Are transactions with too high nonce propagated to other nodes from local pool by parity?

I want to understand what happens with tx when I create tx with too high nonce. It's saved in a local queue, but do other nodes get the information about this tx? I don't know, can I remove tx from ...
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geth mining with a single node on a private test network not working on Mac

I am trying to set up a simple test network with Go Ethereum starting with just one node. I tried on two MacBooks (macOS High Sierra 10.13.6), one with 4GB RAM and one with 8GB RAM and on an AWS EC2 ...
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how do miner select which transactions to validate?

i can't understand how the miners choose the transactions for example in this picture, the two first transactions have the same gas price why he didn't pick the second one first? does each miner have ...
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How does Etherscan compute mining times?

Etherscan identifies the miner that mined a block and the corresponding mining time. How does Etherscan compute the mining time? It seems that the mining time of a block is not the difference between ...
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getEthToTokenInputPrice miner hack?

Plan to use getEthToTokenInputPrice in a Dapp. I was going to just use a larger sample size spread out over a large time period to mitigate flash loan price manipulation. Someone said this was ...
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Changing transaction validation process in Ethereum

I am doing a research about Ethereum smart contracts security. For this purpose I want to make some changes in Ethereum miner and transactions validation process (editing miner for automatically ...
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Does receiving a transaction receipt guarantee the transaction will be executed?

As the question says - Does receiving a transaction receipt guarantee the transaction will be executed, assuming the transaction has a reasonable gas price, there are few enough transactions with a ...
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Does Gas Price Affect TX minng priority [ROPSTEN]

Since ether, on the ropsten network, virtually isn't worth anything does the gas price for transactions affect the priority in which they're mined? I'm asking because web3.eth.getGasPrice() (on the ...
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The only way to obtain ether is generate the ether?

Hello i have a question : The only way to get ether is buying to another user has mining the ether ? let me explain my question, i know i can use coinbase or another websites to buy ether, but where ...
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is it possible for a Ethereum miner to select transaction for processing based on from or to address?

It is commonly written everywhere that Ethereum miner selects transaction based on higher gas price first, so I want to know is it possible for minter to select transaction to process based on from/to ...
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How is this account able to consistently get her/his transactions with zero gas price mined?

This account https://etherscan.io/address/0xbe7cd41e060cdb07c548d6c65f1d786e43f1c392 is able to keep sending transactions with zero gas price and they are mined. If I try to do the same, my ...
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Why does proof of work targeted zeros always comes at the start of hash? why is it not in the middle or the end of hash?

My question is why always targeted zeros come at the start of hash of the block? I have never seen more than 2 zeros in middle or somewhere else in the hash of mined block... What's the reason?.... ...
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Miners are not working when running geth command in background in linux

I am running my private blockchain using geth on my ubuntu server with following cmd then its working fine geth --datadir ~/chaindata/ --networkid 45123 --verbosity 3 --rpc --port 30304 --rpcport ...
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Mining stops after some time in my Hyperledger-besu Private blockchain

I have been using Hyperledger-Besu's quickstart guide to build my private blockchain (with ibft2 as consensus algorithm) on an AWS instance, which basically just clones that repo https://github.com/...
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What is the block number of the first block mined in a private blockchain network deployed on say Quorum?

I am working on POCs on Azure Blockchain Service. While working on quickstarts, I observed that while deploying my 'Hello Blockchain!' smart contract, the block number of the block mined was 34136. ...
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Call contract method via raw transaction in python

From what I've read online I can't call the method I want to in python using contract.functions.myfunc(param1,param2 becaues infura doens't support these types of transactions. So instead I want to ...
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Resources of a miner's reward in Ethereum?

To compensate the miner who could solve the PoW as the first one, they will receive some coins as a reward for keeping them motivated due to the costs related to mining process (electricity and ...
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Is it possible to use the Raspberry Pi SOC GPU to mine Ethereum?

I have seen a lot of articles saying that mining Ethereum is possible, but not profitable, on a Raspberry Pi. However, none of them goes into any details on how to set it up. Is the only option to ...
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Blocks can't contain more than 81 transactions

I'm building a private blockchain with Parity clients. For performance testing, I'm submitting many identical transactions. One of the nodes has a GPU miner attached. There are 2 issues I cannot ...
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How to run some mine testing locally?

So I'm looking at this example. And they the following example for how to make a PoW function. bytes32 public currentChallenge; // The coin starts with a challenge uint public timeOfLastProof; // ...
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Can I make an ethereum token that runs a certain function every 15 seconds?

I have a rinkeby token, and I wanted to add "merged mining" when someone mines a block, they get awarded 0.25 of that token. function issueBlockReward() { balanceOf[block.coinbase] += 0.25; The code ...
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Geth automining does not fill blocks to maximum

I am running a throughput test on a private geth blockchain. The test sends 500 transactions rapidly and then waits for their confirmations in order to measure transactions per second. However, I've ...
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How PPLNS pool reward system works?

I want to create my own pool where me and my bros can mine ETC (because it is not difficult) without fees. So, stratum and some others are done, only Front End and reward system left. I've checked ...
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How does Ethereum prevents a node from mining a block with tempered transaction?

My question is rather simple, and I found this question in the Bitcoin StackExchange that somehow relates to mine, although, for the Bitcoin Blockchain, which I'm not sure if Ethereum solves the ...
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Measuring deployment time of a group of transactions in a heavy load testing

I am currently trying to perform heavy load testing on a ERC20 token. My plan is to use truffle to test stuff like how long it would take for 500 transfer transactions to be deployed (on a private ...
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Geth automining includes only 1 transaction per block

I am trying to perform a heavy load and scalability tests on a smart contract. However, the test takes a lot of time because only 1 transaction is added per block. I read that this might be due to ...
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how transaction in block-chain is validated

Please explain complete procedure/journey how transaction in block-chain get validated by miners, From broadcast of transaction to become part of new block.
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Why does a miner still pay gas for a reverted transaction?

I ran a contract here, I got the message "Transaction mined but execution failed". : [vm]from:0xca3...a733cto:Will.deceased() 0xbbf...732dbvalue:0 weidata:0x72f...af2d9logs:0hash:0xac5...6c5be ...
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Mining with additional data

i'm a beginner in using blockchain. Based on my knowledge, there are two ways blocks are created, mining and sending transactions. As there is an explanation to input additional data while sending a ...
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How to reduce block time for existing ethreum blockchain network?

I had deployed my private blockchain network back in 2018-08-12 16:12:48 +0600 (1 year, 167 days ago). Since then it is working. At that time the block time was 20-30 seconds which was acceptable for ...
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Ethereum Miners and Gas - Analyzing Chain Data

Currently looking at https://medium.com/google-cloud/how-to-query-balances-for-all-ethereum-addresses-in-bigquery-fb594e4034a7 and in the SQL Query to calculate address balances there is a part for ...
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How are transactions with the same gas price ordered in a block?

If A has gas_price == 1gwei and B has gas_price == 1gwei, how does the miner decide which tx gets executed first when ordering them into a produced block? Does it depend what mining client is used? ...
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Mining rig hashrate slowly dropping

i've were given a five gpu mining rig jogging constructed with evga gtx 1070 sc's. the miner has been going for walks futures on ethereum perfectly for an amazing 12 months now. the os is home windows ...
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Can I mine only low-value blocks?

I'm new into this world. I (think to) know that usually blocks are mined from most rewarded to less rewarded. So if I offer very low gas price for a transaction, it can be take a long time to be ...
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miner.start() returns null but no transactions take place

I have created a genesis block and initialized it in the private network. Account creation is also successful. As soon as I hit miner.start() [or miner.start(1)], the following appears: INFO [12-...
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How many times has the Ethereum mining difficulty bomb been pushed back?

Ethereum has a built in mining difficulty bomb to force an upgrade. How many times have the difficulty bomb been pushed out? And by pushing out this mining bomb, doesn't this create more ETH into the ...
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Any platforms that do validator selection using pre-committed hash chains?

Has this mechanism for selecting validators been proposed and/or implemented in any distributed ledgers? Validators pre-commit hash chains of length w. When creating a block, validators commit the ...

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