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Units and divisibility The unit of account of the bitcoin system is bitcoin.
 
The currency codes for representing bitcoin are BTC [a] and XBT. [B] [23]: 2 Its Unicode character is ₿. [1] One bitcoin is divisible by eight decimal places. [6]: ch. 5 Units for smaller amounts of bitcoin are millibitcoin (mBTC), equal to 1⁄1000 bitcoin, and satoshi (sat), which is the smallest possible division, and is named in honor of the creator of bitcoin, which represents 1⁄100000000 (one hundred million) bitcoin. [2] 100,000 satoshi is one mBTC. [24] Blockchain The data structure of blocks in a book. Number of bitcoin transactions per month, semi-logarithmic display [25] Number of unspent output transactions [26] The Bitcoin blockchain is a public book that records bitcoin transactions. [27] It is implemented as a chain of blocks, with each block containing the hash of the previous block to the genesis block [c] in the chain. A network of communication nodes using bitcoin software maintains a blockchain. [28] 215–219 Form transactions that payer X sends Y bitcoins to the payee Z are broadcast on this network using easily accessible software applications. Network nodes can confirm transactions, add them to their copy of the book, and then broadcast those book add-ons to other nodes. In order to achieve independent ownership chain verification, each network node stores its own copy of the blockchain [29] At different time intervals, on average every 10 minutes, a new group of accepted transactions is created, called a block, nodes, without the need for central supervision. This allows bitcoin software to determine when a particular bitcoin is consumed, which is needed to prevent double consumption. The conventional book records transfers of actual accounts or accounts that exist other than it, but the blockchain is the only place where it can be said that bitcoins exist in the form of unspent transaction outputs [6]: ch. 5 Individual blocks, public addresses, and transactions within blocks can be examined using the blockchain explorer [citation required] Transactions See also: Bitcoin network Transactions are defined using a Forth-like scripting language [6]: ch. 5 Transactions consist of one or more inputs and one or more outputs. When a user sends bitcoins, the user indicates each address and the amount of bitcoins sent to that address in the output. To prevent double consumption, each entry must refer to the previous unused output in the blockchain. [30] The use of multiple entries corresponds to the use of multiple coins in a cash transaction. Because transactions can have multiple outputs, users can send bitcoins to multiple recipients in a single transaction. As in a cash transaction, the sum of inputs (coins used for payment) may exceed the projected sum of payments. In this case, an additional output is used that returns the change to the payer [30]. Any input satoshi that is not taken into account in the transaction outputs becomes a transaction fee. [30] Although transaction fees are elective, miners can choose which transactions to process and give preference to those who pay higher fees [30] Miners can choose transactions based on the fee paid in relation to the size of the deposit rather than the absolute amount of money paid as a fee. These fees are generally measured in satoshi per byte (hour / b). The size of the transaction depends on the number of inputs used to create the transaction and the number of outputs [6]: ch. The 8 blocks in the blockchain were originally limited to 32 megabytes. The one-megabyte block size limit was introduced by Satoshi Nakamoto in 2010. Eventually, a one-megabyte block size limit created transaction processing problems, such as increased transaction fees and delayed transaction processing. [31] Andreas Antonopoulos stated that the Lightning Network is a potential scaling solution and named lightning as the second layer routing network [6]: ch. 8 Ownership A simplified ownership chain as outlined in the White Paper on Bitcoins. [4] In practice, a transaction may have more than one input and more than one output [30]. In blockchain, bitcoins are registered to bitcoin addresses. Creating a bitcoin address requires nothing more than choosing a random valid private key and calculating the appropriate bitcoin address. This calculation can be performed in a split second. But conversely, calculating the private key of a given bitcoin address is practically impossible [6]: ch. 4 Users can tell others or publish a bitcoin address without compromising the corresponding private key. Moreover, the number of valid private keys is so large that it is very unlikely that someone will calculate a key pair that is already in use and has resources. The large number of valid private keys makes it impractical to use brute force to compromise the private key. In order to spend his bitcoins, the owner must know the appropriate private key and digitally sign the transaction [D] The network verifies the signature with a public key; the private key is never revealed [6]: ch. 5 If the private key is lost, the bitcoin network will not recognize any other evidence of ownership, [28] the coins are then unusable and actually lost. For example, in 2013, one user claimed to have lost 7,500 bitcoins, worth $ 7.5 million at the time, when he accidentally discarded a hard drive containing his private key. About 20% of all bitcoins are believed to have been lost - at July 2018 prices they would have a market value of about $ 20 billion [35]. To ensure the security of bitcoin, the private key must be kept secret [6]: ch. 10 If the private key is revealed to a third party, e.g. through data breaches, a third party may use them to steal all related bitcoins. [36] As of December 2017, about 980,000 bitcoins have been stolen from cryptocurrency exchanges. [37] As for the distribution of ownership, as of March 16, 2018, 0.5% of bitcoin wallets own 87% of all bitcoins ever mined. [38] Bitcoin network § Mining Early bitcoin miners used GPUs for mining because they were better adapted to the performance check algorithm than CPUs. [39] Later, amateurs mined bitcoins with specialized FPGAs and ASIC chips. The chips in the picture are outdated due to the increasing weight. Today, bitcoin mining companies are dedicating facilities to hosting and managing large amounts of high-performance mining hardware. [40] Half-day review of the relative weight of mining [e] [26] Mining is a record-keeping service performed using computer processing power. block, which is then transmitted to the network and checked by the recipient nodes [27] Each block contains the SHA-256 cryptographic hash of the previous block, [27] thus connecting to the previous block and giving the blockchain its name. [6]: ch. 7 [27] In order for the rest of the network to accept it, the new block must contain proof of operation (PoW). [27] [g] PoW requires miners to find a number called nonce (a number used once) so that when the contents of a block are disperses together with nonce, the result is numerically less than the target weight of the net [6]: ch. 8 This proof is easy to verify for any node in the network, but it is extremely time consuming to generate, as far as secure cryptographic hashing is concerned, miners have to try many different nonce values ​​(usually the sequence of tested values ​​grows natural numbers: 0, 1, 2, 3 , ...) before the result is less than the target weight. Because the target weight is extremely small compared to a typical SHA-256 hash, block hashes have many leading zeros [6]: ch. 8 as can be seen in this block hash example: 0000000000000000000590fc0f3eba193a278534220b2b37e9849e1a770ca959 By adjusting this weight target, the amount of work required to generate the block can be changed. Every 2016 blocks (approximately 14 days with approximately 10 minutes per block), nodes deterministically adjust the weight target based on the recent block generation rate, to keep the average time between new blocks at ten minutes. In this way, the system automatically adjusts to the total amount of mining power in the network [6]: ch. 8 As of September 2021, it took an average of 79 sextillion (79 trillion) attempts to generate a hash block less than the target weight. [43] Calculations of this magnitude are extremely expensive and use specialized hardware. [44] ]. As new blocks are mined all the time, the difficulty of modifying a block grows as time passes and the number of subsequent blocks increases (also called given block confirmations). [27] Computing power is often associated with the mining fund to reduce variations in miners' incomes. Individual mining platforms often have to wait long periods to confirm a block of transactions and receive payment. The group includes all miners receive a salary each time the server participating solves the block. This payment depends on the amount of work that each miner has contributed to help find the block. [46] Total bitcoin stock in circulation [26] A successful miner who finds a new block, the rest of the network allows himself to collect for himself all transaction fees from the transactions included in the block, as well as a predetermined reward for newly created bitcoins [47]. As of May 11, 2020, this award currently stands at 6.25 newly created bitcoins per block. [48] ​​To collect this prize, a special transaction called coinbase is included in the block, with the miner as the recipient [6]: ch. 8 All existing bitcoins are created by this type of transaction. The bitcoin protocol predicts that the reward for adding a block will be reduced by half every 210,000 blocks (approximately every four years). Eventually the prize will be rounded to zero and will reach the limit of 21 million bitcoins [h] c. 2140; record keeping will then only be rewarded with transaction fees. [49] Decentralization Bitcoin is decentralized as follows: [7] Bitcoin has no central authority. [7] The bitcoin network is peer-to-peer, [10] without central servers. The network also has no central storage; bitcoin books are distributed. [50] The book is public; anyone can store it on a computer. [6]: ch. 1 There is no single administrator [7] The book is run by a network of equally privileged miners. [6]: ch. 1 Anyone can become a miner. [6]: ch. 1 Supplements to the general ledger are maintained through competitions. Until a new block is added to the book, it is not known which miner will create the block. [6]: ch. 1 Bitcoin issuance is decentralized. They are issued as a reward for creating a new bloc. [47] Anyone can create a new bitcoin address (bitcoin counterpart to a bank account) without any approval. [6]: ch. 1 Anyone can send a transaction online without the need for approval; the network only confirms that the transaction is legitimate [51]: 32 On the other hand, researchers have pointed to a “trend towards centralization”. Although bitcoin can be sent directly from user to user, intermediaries are widely used in practice. [28]: 220–222 Bitcoin miners join large mining gatherings to minimize variances in their revenues. [28]: 215, 219–222 [52]]]: 3 [53] As miners confirm online transactions, decentralization of the network requires that no miner or mining cluster receive 51% of the scattering power, which would allow them to double coin consumption, prevent verify certain transactions and prevent other miners from generating revenue [54] Since 2013, only six mining basins control 75% of the total bitcoin scattering power [54] about network security. The group voluntarily limited its dispersion power to 39.99% and asked other groups to act responsibly for the benefit of the entire network. [55] Around 2017, more than 70% of power dispersion and 90% of transactions were conducted from China. [56] According to researchers, other parts of the ecosystem they are also “controlled by a small set of entities”, in particular the maintenance of client software, online wallets and simplified payment verification (SPV) clients [54]. Privacy and substitutability Bitcoin is a pseudonym, meaning that funds are not tied to real-world entities, but to bitcoin addresses. Bitcoin address owners are not explicitly identified, but all blockchain transactions are public. In addition, transactions can be linked to individuals and companies through “idiom use” (e.g., transactions that consume coins from multiple entries indicate that the entry may have a common owner) and verify public transaction data with known information about the owners of certain addresses. [57] In addition, bitcoin exchange offices, where bitcoins are traded for traditional currencies, may be required by law to collect personal data. [58] In order to increase financial privacy, a new bitcoin address may be generated for each transaction. [59] Wallets and similar software are technically treated all bitcoins as equivalents, establishing a basic level of substitutability. Researchers have pointed out that the history of each bitcoin is registered and publicly available in a blockchain book, and that some users may refuse to accept bitcoins coming from controversial transactions, which would harm bitcoin substitutability [60]. For example, 2012. Mt. 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A support contract designed to meet the needs of Enterprise customers

Includes extended support for the immediately previous LTS release beyond the public EOL date for that release

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