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[Streamed] - Compiling a Bitcoin Wallet for Windows

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Today we are going to compile the latest Bitcoin wallet for Windows || Windows 10 has an Ubuntu 16.04 Terminal app in the Microsoft Store that we use to compile the Windows wallet || You can find most cryptocurrencies source codes on github.com || Today we are using a new install of Windows 10 || Normally we use the Oracle Virtual Machine with Linux Ubuntu-16.04 to edit the wallet || In Linux Debian-8.10 we compile the OSX wallet || Did you know I'm working on the Fartcoin-project? || Music by: Cannibal Monkey and Shock Division || Bitcoin Daytrader Channel Live Stream ||
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Este Mino (9 days ago)
it works perfectly this great work is appreciated, thank you, many people like you in the world are missing
Alex Poz (26 days ago)
Cool man! now i can build bitcoin))) maybe someone will come in handy my problem http://joxi.ru/8AnedW3cjX0B82. And fixing http://joxi.ru/D2P5JE6IplRjBA
Bitcoin Daytrader (25 days ago)
Hey Alex so cool you used my Live stream Tutorial, and thanks for sharing your tip, but I think I did cover that in my video as well you can see it around 1:11:00 https://youtu.be/Jf7XY65rfSU?t=1h11m43s
Shadow Twister (3 months ago)
jaja este hombre se parece aun primo. buen video hermano. aunque aun no se como ganar esas cryptomonedas
Nikita YA (3 months ago)
Hi! Which the best coin for making a fork? Bitcoin? If it so, can i use old versions (0.13 for example), if I don't need SegWit or Bech adresses?. Thank you for information.
Nikita YA (3 months ago)
I notice it. Okey, thank you!
Bitcoin Daytrader (3 months ago)
I think that any version you can compile to a working wallet is a good version to begin with, but eventually work towards the newest version, because they have had lots of good updates you don't want to exclude, for instance the BIP-32 HD wallets, for the safety of the users. Also there might be more scripts in newer wallets but that is because they reduced sizes of most scripts, cleaning it up by moving parts of the script to new files.
Nikita YA (3 months ago)
Okey, I'll think it. I spent about month for exploring the first release of Bitcoin code (0.1.5), now I know this code, as if I wrote it. Realy imagine! But today I open the last release (0.16.1) and just said: omg so may files... so many folders.. Have decided look at every version since first release, then choose needed version. What do you think about it?
Bitcoin Daytrader (3 months ago)
Hey Nikita, thank you for watching my stream!! I personally think either Bitcoin or Litecoin would be a good start when forking a coin (they are almost the same), but it all depends on what you want to implement from other coins. Bitcoin has SHA256 (cpu) but Litecoin has Scrypt, which is faster and GPU compatible. I first began with a fork of Litecoin-0.8.7.5, because the wallet is smaller in files, GB's, Compiling time, dependencies and overal more simple to compile and play around with, because of the in-wallet miner. Later I used Dogecoin 1.10 and 1.14, and now I'm using Litecoin-0.16, but for these newer wallets you will need to connect an external mining program to the wallet to mine the blockchain. I would also work in Linux Ubuntu-16.04 or 18.04 using the Oracle Virtual Machine and when your wallet is finished try to compile the windows wallet. This technique I show in this stream is only for the newer bit/litecoin-0.16 windows wallet. For the older wallets there is an other cross-compiling technique using the Debian Linux (tips on this can be found in the Dogecoin source code https://github.com/dogecoin/dogecoin/tree/master/doc
4 j4m4lud1n (3 months ago)
How to recovery lose password
Bitcoin Daytrader (3 months ago)
Hi, that all depends on the wallet that you have and what you do remember of the password. I do have a lot of videos about recovering your btc passwords, this video might clear things up for you: https://youtu.be/V9mCEoOi5vU

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