Here there is the italian translation of the software. There can be some mistakes, but it’s just ok for the first version 🙂 I hope that someone will come to do something better. Hurray! We have our first language. I uploaded it to SVN to go in with the 0.3 release. […]Read more
Month: May 2010
Re: Odd amount of generated coins
Greetings, How is the amount of bitcoins generated per block determined? It was my understanding that is is currently fixed to 50, however a few days ago I happened to generate amount of 52.64: Status: 729 blocks Date: 05/15/10 08:38 Source: Generated Credit: 52.64 Net amount: +52.64 How comes? Regards, […]Read more
Re: Website translations
Does anyone want to translate the Bitcoin client itself? It would be great to have at least one other language in the 0.3 release. All you have to do is get poedit and translate the po file I’m attaching to this post. It’s less than 750 words. Updated bitcoin.po attachment […]Read more
Re: Share database blocks ?
I have a question. I saw that everyone need to get blocks before starting to get coins. Does it mean that these blocks are the same for everyone? Is there a database with all of them? So … can I share this database with someone else to make him able […]Read more
Re: CLI bitcoin generation
Quote from: molybdenum on May 22, 2010, 18:44:20 An optional parameter to specify the minimum number of blocks after that transaction (getallreceived 1 for current behavior, or just getallreceived, getallreceived 5 for the paranoid, getallreceived 0 for instant confirms)? Yeah, that actually is what it is. getallreceived 0 should do […]Read more
Re: Tracing a coin’s lineage
Quote from: Xunie on May 26, 2010, 00:50:04 Can’t we force a user to use a new address for receiving payments? Every time a payment is received display another Bitcoin address in the address bar. (only transactions via Bitcoin addresses, NOT IPs of course, since that’d be useless, right?) The […]Read more
JSON-RPC programming tips using labels
I added label related functions to help with managing multiple addresses per user. New or renamed functions are: getreceivedbyaddress — amount received on a single address getreceivedbylabel — amount received by all addresses with this label listreceivedbyaddress — list addresses and amounts they’ve received listreceivedbylabel — list labels and amounts […]Read more
Re: We accept Bitcoins
Quote from: DataWraith on May 19, 2010, 19:52:42 Can I just butt in with a question on why that is? To me it seems that if Bitcoin uses public-key cryptography to transfer ownership of the coins, it should be a trivial matter to include a short message that is only […]Read more
Re: Ummmm… where did my bitcoins go?
The blocks are currently about 34 MB. I’m sure future versions will improve the download process. Including them with the installation would not be correct way of speeding up the initial download. But a trusted source could certainly host the majority of the blocks as a separate download. That would […]Read more
Re: Is there a way to automate bitcoin payments for a website?
I run a website hosted on freebsd and well right now nobody visits it ever and so I can totally change it. I am wanting to change it to allow people to pay for services from the website exclusively through bitcoins. Now I see bitcoin has some linux program but […]Read more