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Bitcoin Core 0.12.0 Released!

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Bitcoin Core 0.12-RC1 has been released

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Wladimir on Twitter: "Binaries for Bitcoin Core 0.12.0 release candidate 1 available"

Wladimir on Twitter: submitted by a56fg4bjgm345 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

[bitcoin-core-dev] Bitcoin Core 0.12.1 released - includes BIPs 9, 68, 112 and 113!

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My favorite metric of the day: Bitcoin Classic has more nodes than Bitcoin Core 0.12!!!!!!!!

My favorite metric of the day: Bitcoin Classic has more nodes than Bitcoin Core 0.12!!!!!!!! submitted by SundoshiNakatoto to btc [link] [comments]

WARNING: There will be RBF by default in Bitcoin Core 0.12.0

WARNING: There will be RBF by default in Bitcoin Core 0.12.0 submitted by KarskOhoi to btc [link] [comments]

There will be an option to disable RBF in Bitcoin Core 0.12

There will be an option to disable RBF in Bitcoin Core 0.12 submitted by jonasschnelli to btc [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Core 0.12.0 release schedule by Wladimir J. van der Laan - No mention of blocksize

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Bitcoin Core 0.12.0 release candidate 3 available

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Bitcoin Core 0.12.0 released.

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Bitcoin Core 0.12 full initial sync: results and analysis

Bitcoin Core 0.12 full initial sync: results and analysis submitted by mmgen-py to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Has anyone read the Bitcoin Core 0.12 release notes? I find some of the changes alarming. Can anyone explain them to me?

https://bitcoin.org/en/release/v0.12.0 Specifically:
Opt-in Replace-by-fee transactions
It is now possible to replace transactions in the transaction memory pool of Bitcoin Core 0.12 nodes....Transaction replacement can be disabled with a new command line option, -mempoolreplacement=0. Transactions signaling replacement under BIP125 will still be allowed into the mempool in this configuration, but replacements will be rejected. This option is intended for miners who want to continue the transaction selection behavior of previous releases.
How is that opt-in when its the default in need of disabling?
Relay and Mining: Priority transactions
Bitcoin Core has a heuristic ‘priority’ based on coin value and age. This calculation is used for relaying of transactions which do not pay the minimum relay fee, and can be used as an alternative way of sorting transactions for mined blocks...In Bitcoin Core 0.12, when mempool limit has been reached a higher minimum relay fee takes effect to limit memory usage. Transactions which do not meet this higher effective minimum relay fee will not be relayed or mined even if they rank highly according to the priority heuristic.
Does this mean if you do not meet their minimum expected fee then your tx will never go through?
Wallet: Transaction fees
By default, Bitcoin Core will use floating fees... Sometimes, it is not possible to give good estimates, or an estimate at all... Finally, a user can set the minimum fee rate for all transactions... which defaults to 1000 satoshis per kB.
This will have to be manually changed should the price rise a lot higher. Can they be trusted to change it?
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Bitcoin Core 0.12.0 release candidate available - Reminder: Do NOT update to .12 if you do NOT support RBF!

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Bitcoin Core Project on Twitter: "Bitcoin Core 0.12.0 release candidate 2 available https://t.co/0nusdg8OlH @orionwl"

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Gavin Andresen on Bitcoin Core 0.12.1: "fixing transaction confirmation reliability [...] should be a much higher priority"

Gavin Andresen on Bitcoin Core 0.12.1: submitted by Egon_1 to btc [link] [comments]

[bitcoin-dev] Bitcoin Core 0.12.0 release candidate 1 available

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Bitcoin Core 0.12.0 release schedule | Wladimir J. van der Laan | Sep 24 2015

Wladimir J. van der Laan on Sep 24 2015:
Hello all,
The next major release of Bitcoin Core, 0.12.0 is planned for the end of the year. Let's propose a more detailed schedule:
2015-11-01
2015-12-01
  • Feature freeze
  • Translation string freeze
In December at least I will probably not get much done code-wise (Scaling Bitcoin Hongkong, 32C3, end of year festivities, etc), and I'm sure I'm not the only one, so let's leave that for last pre-RC bugfixes and polishing.
2016-01-06
  • Split off 0.12 branch from master
  • Start RC cycle, tag and release 0.12.0rc1
  • Start merging for 0.13 on master branch
2016-02-01
  • Release 0.12.0 final (aim)
Wladimir
original: http://lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/bitcoin-dev/2015-Septembe011182.html
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[10/May/2016] Bitcoin Core 0.12.1 Full Node Traffic Graph (24 hours)

[10/May/2016] Bitcoin Core 0.12.1 Full Node Traffic Graph (24 hours) submitted by bluetrevian to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

6 new features in Bitcoin Core 0.12.0 release

6 new features in Bitcoin Core 0.12.0 release submitted by tylev to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Mike Gogulski on Twitter: "Watch out upgrading to #Bitcoin Core 0.12! Changed handling of "paytxfee" may lead to stuck transactions afterward

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Bitcoin Core 0.12.1 Released, Major Step Forward for Scalability and Lightning Network

Bitcoin Core 0.12.1 Released, Major Step Forward for Scalability and Lightning Network submitted by tylev to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Core 0.12.1 reindex insanely slow!?

So i am reindexing with -txindex=1 -rescan since 5 days already. Still 31 weeks behind.
The most baffling thing however is the stats of bitcoin-qt.exe
I/O Read Bytes: 5748.8 GB
I/O Write Bytes: 3528.4 GB
this can't be serious... the blockchain is nowhere near that size...
HDD space used by bitcoin: ~87GB
can someone explain to me what sort of inefficient thing is going on?
i had to reindex because as usual bitcoin core derped out and failed to start with idiotic bugs...
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Bitcoin Core Wallet 0.12 bringt einige Verbesserungen Während die Blocksizedebatte bereits im vollen Bitcoin Core ist ein Bitcoin-Client, der Nutzer mit dem Bitcoin-Netzwerk verbindet und das Senden und Empfangen von Bitcoins ermöglicht. Der Bitcoin Core 0.12 ermöglicht derzeit jedoch nicht nicht, selbst ersetzbare Transaktionen zu schreiben, sondern diese lediglich zu bearbeiten. Nutzer haben damit jetzt die Möglichkeit, ihre Transaktionen zu beschleunigen, indem sie Transaktionsgebühren “nachschießen”. Weitere Änderungen im Bitcoin Core 0.12 . Daneben gab es viele kleinere Änderungen, auf die hier nicht alle bis ... Because release 0.12.0 and later will obfuscate the chainstate on every fresh sync or reindex, the chainstate is not backwards-compatible with pre-0.12 versions of Bitcoin Core or other software. If you want to downgrade after you have done a reindex with 0.12.0 or later, you will need to reindex when you first start Bitcoin Core version 0.11 ... Heute wurde das Bitcoin Core Update 0.12.0 und damit die zwölfte Generation des Bitcoin-Clienten zum Download veröffentlicht. Die erste und ursprüngliche Core-Version wurde vor sieben Jahren von Satoshi Nakamoto online gestellt und seither stetig weiterentwickelt. Mehr als sieben Monate haben 100 Entwickler an dem neuen Release gearbeitet, bei dem der Fokus vor allem auf Verbesserungen der ...

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Installing Bitcoin Core 0.12 Fullnode on Raspberry Pi 2

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