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Bitcoin Blockchain Grows to 300 Gigabytes in Size

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Bitcoin Blockchain Grows to 300 Gigabytes in Size

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Bitcoin Blockchain Grows to 300 Gigabytes in Size

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Compacting a 290GB Bitcoin Blockchain size into Kilobytes! What Utreexo can Achieve

Compacting a 290GB Bitcoin Blockchain size into Kilobytes! What Utreexo can Achieve submitted by TheCurrencyA to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Blockchain Grows to 300 Gigabytes in Size

Bitcoin Blockchain Grows to 300 Gigabytes in Size submitted by SaneFive to Crypto_Currency_News [link] [comments]

The Bitcoin blockchain size is 253GB now, what does this mean when cryptocurrency in general become mainstream, replacing traditional currency?

I unknowingly kept the blockchain on my computer the whole time, until realizing it today and deleted it, freeing half the size of one of my hard drives.
This makes me think of what it means for the future. Crypto is not mainstream at all, but suppose that in 5 years it replaces traditional currency in some countries, the amount of transactions will skyrocket. An average person will not longer have the resources to either check the blockchain, or store it locally.
Would it defeat the purpose that people will have to trust a few "centralized" 3rd parties to store and validate the blockchain? I think those parties are highly likely to be owned or controlled by governments. Would they just become "banks" like today?
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The Bitcoin blockchain size is 253GB now, what does this mean when cryptocurrency in general become mainstream, replacing traditional currency?

I unknowingly kept the blockchain on my computer the whole time, until realizing it today and deleted it, freeing half the size of one of my hard drives.
This makes me think of what it means for the future. Crypto is not mainstream at all, but suppose that in 5 years it replaces traditional currency in some countries, the amount of transactions will skyrocket. An average person will not longer have the resources to either check the blockchain, or store it locally.
Would it defeat the purpose that people will have to trust a few "centralized" 3rd parties to store and validate the blockchain? I think those parties are highly likely to be owned or controlled by governments. Would they just become "banks" like today?
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Compacting a 290GB Bitcoin Blockchain size into Kilobytes! What Utreexo can Achieve
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Bitcoin blockchain size concerns

From january 1st, 2018 to january 1st, 2020 the blockchain has grown an average of 53GB per year.
As blocks are almost full, scaling would continue by increasing the number of transactions in a single block so growth would remain linear.
In 50 years, the bitcoin blockchain will be almost 3TB. According to Moore's law, it would take up less space in percentage terms in our hard drives than today. But what if there is a technological stagnation or even a technological recession ?
Do you know if there is any researches in progress ? Is it technicaly feasible to reduce the size of the blockchain or the size of blocks without losing scalability ?
Believing that you can grow infinitely in a finite world is stupid and dangerous. The limits to growth study shows that somewhere around 2030 there will be a massive collapse due to lack of ressources we need to sustain our unsustainable way of living. Of course this isn't the only prediction to a massive downturn.
What are your opinions about that ?
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signupcash/Signup-Core: 4kb tiny size library to give full functionality of Bitcoin Cash blockchain to your web app

signupcash/Signup-Core: 4kb tiny size library to give full functionality of Bitcoin Cash blockchain to your web app submitted by MichaelTen to btc [link] [comments]

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The platform uses a Protocol developed on the basis of TCP IP in conjunction with Blockchain 5.0. The developers of Blockchain 5.0 managed to reduce the size of blocks to as much as 120 bytes, which is 8 thousand times less than the value of a single block for bitcoin. #relictcoin #relictum #DLT

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The platform uses a Protocol developed on the basis of TCP IP in conjunction with Blockchain 5.0. The developers of Blockchain 5.0 managed to reduce the size of blocks to as much as 120 bytes, which is 8 thousand times less than the value of a single block for bitcoin. #relictcoin #relictum #DLT

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Bitcoin blockchain size

Hi, I need help about bitcoin i try to understand how it works. And i am willing to support it. My questions are:
Why is the blockchain core size continously increasing? Is it because its recording every transaction?
Is there anyway to decrease the blockchain size when downloading bitcoin core?
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How fast does Bitcoin blockchain size grow? What happens when it grows to be terabytes large?

Right now the full BTC blockchain is about 200G large. Pretty hefty, but not unmanageable for modern computers to store. However, you need a full copy of the blockchain in order to run a full node. What happens when the blockchain grows to be terabytes large and becomes unwieldy to store? When will that time come? How quickly does it grow right now?
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For those who want to run Bitcoin core but worried about Blockchain size.

Here is a complete beginners guide that explains how to prune Bitcoin blockchain.
https://coinguides.org/bitcoin-blockchain-pruning/
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Nick Szabo always talks about the necessity of second layer blockchain on top of Bitcoin and small block size.

Nick Szabo is probably Satoshi Nakamoto. He is a polymath. The breadth and depth of his interests and knowledge are truly astounding. He’s a computer scientist, legal scholar, and cryptographer best known for his pioneering research in digital contracts and cryptocurrency. He always talks about the necessity of second layer blockchain on top of Bitcoin and small block size.
On the recent interview with Nick Szabo and Tim Ferris, Nick has a really good point to make about the block size:
"There's a technical security parameter, it's called the "blocksize". How the general public glommed onto this I do not know, but there's an obsessive group of people who think of this as some kind of artificial barrier to more transactions per second on Bitcoin. Really, it's job is it's a fence preventing people from flooding the network with lots of transactions that the full nodes I talked about can't handle. That transaction history keeps building and building
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"This shouldn't even be a public debate. It's like a public debating and voting on the graphite reactor settings that prevent a nuclear reactor from overheating and shutting down. There are certain things you should let the engineers decide, and this is one of them. For some reason, there's this whole group of people that want to pull out the graphite moderator rods and let this run at full steam."
http://tim.blog/2017/06/04/nick-szabo/ At 00:46:00
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MAST: BIP to reduce transaction size, improve privacy, enable smart contracts on Bitcoin blockchain

MAST: BIP to reduce transaction size, improve privacy, enable smart contracts on Bitcoin blockchain submitted by karinbusch to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Reducing Bitcoin's blockchain size from 160GB to 17GB while adding transaction confidentiality. What do you think redditors?

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Luke-jr literally says doubling the block size of the Bitcoin blockchain is "The end of the world."

Luke-jr literally says doubling the block size of the Bitcoin blockchain is submitted by poorbrokebastard to btc [link] [comments]

If we lived in a Bitcoin future, how big would the blockchain have to be? Hint: it's NOT pretty. A good insight what happens if we keep increasing the block size

If we lived in a Bitcoin future, how big would the blockchain have to be? Hint: it's NOT pretty. A good insight what happens if we keep increasing the block size submitted by HURCANADA to BitcoinDiscussion [link] [comments]

Gavin Andresen: "Ethereum has more nodes today than Bitcoin. Prediction: it's lead will grow even as its blockchain size exceeds bitcoin's."

Gavin Andresen: submitted by sandakersmann to btc [link] [comments]

On Bitcoin Reaching Block Size Limits What is Blockchain?  Technology behind Bitcoin - YouTube Introduction to Bitcoin WHAT IS THE SIZE OF BITCOIN  BLOCKCHAIN  BITCOIN ... Blockchain pruning How to limit the blockchain size securely

On August 1, 2017, the developers of Bitcoin-ABC initiated a hard fork of the Bitcoin blockchain to increase the block size. This new chain had 8MB blocks and was called Bitcoin Cash. The Results. The hard fork was executed without any issues, and the Bitcoin Cash upgrade made Bitcoin usable as cash again. Blockchain Size (MB) The total size of the blockchain minus database indexes in megabytes. 30 Days 60 Days 180 Days 1 Year 3 Years All Time Raw Values 7 Day Average 30 Day Average Among the council’s conclusions: blockchain isn’t bitcoin; it’s cost-effective and efficient (not costly and cumbersome); and enterprises of all sizes can implement solutions leveraging the ... The crypto market saw a relatively stable week as Bitcoin continued its quest towards $11k. However, it has not been easy for BTC to surpass this level as every time it reaches close to $11k, the selling pressure pushes the price of the asset down. Even though the resistance was strong at $11,000, data suggests […] The size of the Bitcoin blockchain has experienced consistently high levels of growth since its creation, reaching approximately 285.06 gigabytes in size as of the end of June 2020.

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