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Can anyone explain the bitcoin source code?

I have a friend that want to try mining bitcoin and I want to help him. I understand the operating principle of bitcoin, but how come there exists bitcoin and miners (such as cgminer)? Could anyone provide a guide to reading the source code so that I can understand it on a deeper level?
P.S. I tried to look into the make file, but I am not an experienced programmer so I could not understand much, is that the right direction?
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nChain Chief Scientist Craig Wright doesn't understand Bitcoin's source code or history

nChain Chief Scientist Craig Wright doesn't understand Bitcoin's source code or history submitted by CombustibleBitcoiner to bsv [link] [comments]

Bitcoins source code is beautiful because of it's simplicity, let's not forget this.

As someone who had a basic understanding of computer networking, the day I figured out how Bitcoin worked changed my life. I became interested in Austrian Economics, worked my way up to reading Human Action, and Man Economy & State as a direct result of this life changing realization. I've never been a maximalist and liked Ethereum, and privacy coins like Monero, and currencies that used zero knowledge proofs because they had a specific use case, and they are excellent for these applications.
With that said, I've always liked Bitcoin the most. I come from an art, and design background, and for many of us working inside that realm finding simple solutions, and a well done minimalist approach much more valuable than a complex one. For example think Helvetica, vs an infinitely complex cursive script that is beautiful because of its complexity. To the average laymen, the fancy script will always be more impressive, but to those with basic knowledge in this arena, we understand a simple font like Helvetica is much harder to design properly. It takes a different kind of genius to do properly, and the end result is a font that's exponentially more useful because of its simplicity.
Circling back to cryptocurrency, this way of thinking is what made the scaling debate a no brainer for me. Lightning was way too complicated, and useless, especially for an application with very little usability for the masses in the first place. Not allowing smart contracts, getting rid of colored coins etc. was IMO a good thing and I know many of you don't agree. We don't need one cryptocurrency to rule them all, however we do need one currency we all agree is the best currency, or medium of exchange. There's certain things Ethereum isn't as good at when compared to Bitcoin, like using a single transaction to send from/to multiple addresses for example. Ethereum, and its token's function case as "just a currency" isn't even comparable to Bitcoin's.
I view this push to ramp up development, and add features to BCH now vexing. Why? What purpose would it serve? Do you want to compete with privacy coins, smart contract platforms, and still have this unproductive, dogmatic "one cryptocurrency to rule them all" core belief where all other currencies are/should be invalid? That's a misguided path to take IMO.
I'd prefer to keep the source code, and functions as simple as possible, and just focus on usability as a currency as opposed to adding any new features. Sure, we may need security upgrades here and there, quantum computing may become a thing one day etc. With that said, there's just no need to make BCH any more complicated than it was the day of the HF, or even Satoshi's genesis block. Simplifying the code, and narrowing it's focus as a currency is more productive IMO.
If you simply have to develop something cool, try developing a wordpress plugin that allows anyone to design, and operate their own e commerce platform without permission, or any intermediary by using BCH. Bitcoin is already the best cryptoCURRENCY out there, let's try not forget that fact, and refocus some of our attention on something that is 100% more crucial to its future, adoption as a medium of exchange.
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Satushi Nakamoto why nobody identify him and where was the bitcoin source code and white paper published first why no body has traced his ip address and found who is he!

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Sergio Lerner: "Nils Schneider discovered in 2010 an optimization of the same kind as ASICBOOST to get 70% speedup in Bitcoin mining...Satoshi added the optimization to Bitcoin source code. This optimization is of the same family as ASICBOOST...Nobody called this an attack.

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Need help compiling the Bitcoin source code on Ubuntu.

First off i have looked everywhere to find solutions and nothing has worked so far.
Im on windows running ubuntu and im able to compile most of the code but when i do sudo make or sudo make install i constantly get this error
#error "You must build your code with position independent code if Qt was built with -reduce-relocations. " "Compile your code with -fPIC (-fPIE is not enough)."
# error "You must build your code with position independent code if Qt was built with -reduce-relocations. "\
Can any one please help me with getting this fixed ? i am junior developer so im somewhat computer savy.
Mahalo
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[REQ] A walk through of the Bitcoin source code

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Need help compiling the Bitcoin source code on Ubuntu.

First off i have looked everywhere to find solutions and nothing has worked so far.
Im on windows running ubuntu and im able to compile most of the code but when i do sudo make or sudo make install i constantly get this error
#error "You must build your code with position independent code if Qt was built with -reduce-relocations. " "Compile your code with -fPIC (-fPIE is not enough)."
# error "You must build your code with position independent code if Qt was built with -reduce-relocations. "\
Can any one please help me with getting this fixed ? i am junior developer so im somewhat computer savy.
Mahalo
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Are here people who study bitcoin source code?

Hi, I started to study the C++ source code of the bitcoin network, mostly to get a better understanding of the protocol and how things generally work. I subscribed to bitcoin-dev mailing list, but I dont want to waste time of the main devs. So I'd like to ask if there are people here who are also engaged in a study of bitcoin and its source code, maybe it would be good to share understandings, good resources or best approaches to source code study. What has been your experience in this area? How long did you take to properly understands the main concepts and where did you begin?
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Need help compiling the Bitcoin source code on Ubuntu. /r/Bitcoin

Need help compiling the Bitcoin source code on Ubuntu. /Bitcoin submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Need help compiling the Bitcoin source code on Ubuntu. /r/BitcoinBeginners

Need help compiling the Bitcoin source code on Ubuntu. /BitcoinBeginners submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Need help compiling the Bitcoin source code on Ubuntu. /r/Bitcoin

Need help compiling the Bitcoin source code on Ubuntu. /Bitcoin submitted by cryptoanalyticabot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

Need help compiling the Bitcoin source code on Ubuntu. /r/BitcoinBeginners

Need help compiling the Bitcoin source code on Ubuntu. /BitcoinBeginners submitted by cryptoallbot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

CryptoThis Bitcoin Difficulty Estimator - Now Takes Into Account the Off-By-One Bug in the Bitcoin Source Code!

CryptoThis Bitcoin Difficulty Estimator - Now Takes Into Account the Off-By-One Bug in the Bitcoin Source Code! submitted by archaeal to btc [link] [comments]

Bitcoin source code

I have tried reading the source code of Bitcoin several times but always am unable to follow it. Is there a version of it with an extra amount of comments for someone who isn't so well versed I how it works and is new to its concepts? If not, that would be a pretty cool project to do!
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Remove Bitcoin Source Code from GitHub [Eventually]: Core Dev.

Remove Bitcoin Source Code from GitHub [Eventually]: Core Dev. submitted by MocubaRg to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Post your favorite lines from the bitcoin source code.

Mine is:
"exit(1); //We now have keys encrypted in memory, but no on disk...die to avoid confusion and let the user reload their unencrypted wallet."
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Original Bitcoin source code. Intent is in the code ;)

Original Bitcoin source code. Intent is in the code ;) submitted by SimilarAdvantage to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Remove Bitcoin Source Code from GitHub [Eventually]: Core Dev.

Remove Bitcoin Source Code from GitHub [Eventually]: Core Dev. submitted by SimilarAdvantage to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

CryptoThis Bitcoin Difficulty Estimator - Now Takes Into Account the Off-By-One Bug in the Bitcoin Source Code!

CryptoThis Bitcoin Difficulty Estimator - Now Takes Into Account the Off-By-One Bug in the Bitcoin Source Code! submitted by archaeal to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Who decides what changes to bitcoin source code are accepted? /r/Bitcoin

Who decides what changes to bitcoin source code are accepted? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Complete full Audit of Bitcoin source code /r/Bitcoin

Complete full Audit of Bitcoin source code /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

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