New $35 Raspberry Pi is the Most Powerful Yet for Running a Full Bitcoin Node

New $35 Raspberry Pi is the Most Powerful Yet for Running a Full Bitcoin Node

The Raspberry Pi Foundation released a new, more powerful model of its miniscule single-board computer, which costs $35 a pop and can run full nodes on the bitcoin network. The Raspberry Pi Foundation released a new, more powerful model of its miniscule single-board computer on June 24, which costs $35 a pop and has the capacity to run full nodes cheaply on the bitcoin (BTC) network.Earlier versions of the Raspberry Pi have been popular…

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Tron Co-Founder and CTO Leaves Project, Alleging Excessive Centralization

Tron Co-Founder and CTO Leaves Project, Alleging Excessive Centralization

The co-founder of blockchain protocol Tron is leaving, claiming the project has strayed from its founding principles. Lucien Chen — the former chief technical officer (CTO) and co-founder of blockchain protocol Tron (TRX) — has announced he is leaving the project, claiming it has become excessively centralized and strayed from its founding principles. Chen revealed his decision in a Medium blog post published on May 10.In his announcement, Chen recounts the history of the…

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Research: 60% of All Bitcoin Full-Nodes Are Still Vulnerable to Inflation Bug

Research: 60% of All Bitcoin Full-Nodes Are Still Vulnerable to Inflation Bug

60% of bitcoin’s full-nodes are running software still vulnerable to the inflation bug at press time. According to bitcoin (BTC) node stats reported on the website of bitcoin core developer Luke Dashjr, 60.22% of the coin’s full-nodes are running software still vulnerable to the inflation bug at press time.According to the reported data, the software running on 60,101 bitcoin full-nodes is vulnerable to the CVE-2018-17144 bug. As Cointelegraph reported at the end of September…

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