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What is SyncCoin?
SyncCoin (SYNC) is an X11 algoithm alt Coin. The block time is sixty seconds and the POW phase ends after 1000 coins have been mined. The continuing POS phase is set to a rate of 1% per annum. There was a 0.5% premine.
Genesis Date: 2015-06-05
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|Algorithm||X11||Upated: 18 years ago|
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SyncCoin (SYNC) Reviews & Critics
What is the purpose of the getblock command? Why would you need to know the block height? How do I see the balances of other addresses? Why can't we ....
- Get noded or gtfo
- Always dropping great knowledge for us. I greatly appreciate it sir!
- Bottom line is that bitcoin core doesn t allow you to gather UTXOs on the fly...waiting for 30 minutes or 1 Hour for the node to rescan blockchain is not acceptable in some cases. Anyway, there are 3rd party services such as blockchain.com API that allow you to gather UTXOs of any address you pass to the API.However this means once again relying on 3rd parties, which is not what we want.So the question is: is there a way to get UTXOs of external addresses (any address) as quickly as with 3rd parties APIs?What if I use a different implementation of Bitcoin, such as BCOIN instead of Bitcoin Core? Would a BCOIN node allow me to get UTXOs fast and easily?
- Your last piece of information is not true, Andreas. Downloading a database is really fast and can be done with speed of MB/s depending on the connection speed. Validation takes a very long time. You're underestimating the amount of processing (which is not even parallelized in the Bitcoin Core software) that is done to verify blocks. Every block has to be received from a peer, then parse the binary data, validate the block, then storing it locally on the HDD then store its pointer in leveldb. This takes a very long time compared to doing it in bulk.A proof of this is the Neblio blockchain. They implemented something they called "QuickSync". The software embedded downloading the synchronized blockchain with https at launch (which one can choose to opt out of) instead of manually syncing. Manually syncing takes 6-12 hours on an SSD, using QuickSync (which downloads the synced databse, which is also verified by a centralized sha256 by the developers for those who don't want to wait) takes at most 10 minutes to have a fully synced node.Sorry, Anrdeas. You're wrong with this one.