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Can you convert to BitcoinABC without re-downloading the entire chain?

I've got a standard Armory/BitcoinCore node running. If I want to continue running this AND also start running a BitcoinABC node/wallet, can I: 1) shut down core, 2) make a duplicate of the BitcoinCore-Data-Directory (135GB) 3) launch and point the BitCoinABC client to use the copied dir. 4) resume core
After the split, using the BTABC client, I would have to send my "old" coins to a new address, also created in the BTABC client, to solidify receiving my BTABC coins, correct?
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Help for beginners in bitcoin mining

Hello I'm looking for help on setting up some part of mining bitcoin. I have no background in codding but I'm a quick learner. I have been looking into bitcoin a few months back but I decided to try it without investing anything in hardware at first (not making a milk crate miner). I known some will tell me I'm loosing my time but I want to understand and make it work on my computer.
So here what I have, my graphic card is a Nvidia Geforce 210, cpu AMD A4-6300. I have setup a wallet with Armory, bitcoin core and I join a mining pool. Now I'm trying to setup cgminer I made a batch file but that where I'm block. cgminer open it connect to pool but it doesn't process, I think it not using my graphic card. What should be the best commands to enter within batch file?
Thanks in advance,
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"Armory does not support any controversial hard forks such as Bitcoin Unlimited and will continue to support Segregated Witness and Bitcoin Core." (Andrew Chow, Armory Developer).

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"Armory does not support any controversial hard forks such as Bitcoin Unlimited and will continue to support Segregated Witness and Bitcoin Core." (Andrew Chow, Armory Developer).

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Newbie here... started using Armory and just generated an address offline. Do I have to download all previous transaction with Bitcoin Core to buy BitCoin?

There is Dir setting of BitCoin Core. Not sure I need to wait for about 48 hours to download all the BitCoin previous transaction records in order to buy a very small amount of BitCoin.
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Newbie here... started using Armory and just generated offline address. Do I have to download all previous transaction with Bitcoin Core to buy BitCoin?

There is Dir setting of BitCoin Core. Not sure I need to wait for about 48 hours to download all the BitCoin previous transaction records.
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Did I lose my BTC? Sent BTC to Armory wallet before Bitcoin Core had downloaded the blockchain

The thread title basically says it all. Yesterday, I set up a new Armory wallet and did not know that BTC Core also had to be set up, and with the entire BTC blockchain downloaded to it. So not knowing this, I sent all my BTC from my Copay wallet to my new Armory wallet, and of course, the problem is that the new Armory wallet isn't going to show a balance or "receive" BTC until BTC Core has downloaded the entire blockchain. BTC Core has currently downloaded about 38% of the blockchain and will probably take at least 3-4 more days to download the rest of it. So to make a long story short, have I lost my BTC? Or will they appear in my Armory wallet as soon as BTC Core has downloaded the entire blockchain and Armory is synced-up with BTC Core? Thanks
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Did I lose my BTC? Sent BTC from Copay wallet to a new Armory wallet, Bitcoin Core has not DL'd blockchain

The thread title basically says it all. Yesterday, I set up a new Armory wallet and did not know that BTC Core also had to be set up, and with the entire BTC blockchain downloaded to it. So not knowing this, I sent all my BTC from my Copay wallet to my new Armory wallet, and of course, the problem is that the new Armory wallet isn't going to show a balance or "receive" BTC until BTC Core has downloaded the entire blockchain. BTC Core has currently downloaded about 38% of the blockchain and will probably take at least 3-4 more days to download the rest of it.
So to make a long story short, have I lost my BTC? Or will they appear in my Armory wallet as soon as BTC Core has downloaded the entire blockchain and Armory is synced-up with BTC Core?
Thanks
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If I use Bitcoin Core + Armory, is there any reason to use mixers for anonymity?

From what I understand, thin wallets like Electrum allow the person running the server to tie addresses to wallets, so there's no way to be anonymous without sending bitcoins from one wallet to another without a mixer in between. However, is this also the case with Bitcore Core + Armory?
Based on what I've read, if you use Armory and download the entire blockchain, no info about your wallet is sent to a third party. So, if I buy bitcoins and have them sent to one address and then send them to someone else or spend them using another address, how can someone know that they came from me? Is there no point in mixing them, or am I overlooking something?
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PSA: The reference client (Bitcoin Core) is not a good wallet. Its primary purpose is as a template for the protocol. Use a deterministic wallet like Armory or Electrum instead.

Bitcoin Core is designed to be the most basic implementation of the Bitcoin protocol available. Even though it can be used as a wallet, this doesn't mean that it is a good idea to do so. As the wallet is non-deterministic, you must constantly update your backups to ensure all change addresses are available and it will not remain synchronized if you try sharing a wallet between multiple computers.
Deterministic wallets on the other hand use a single master key from which all other private keys are derived. a single backup is sufficient to restore all change addresses ever associated to the wallet regardless of how many are created or how many computers are used to manage the wallet.
Armory is the most powerful, secure, and versatile desktop wallet software available and is the generally the best option so long as you have the resources available to download the entire blockchain. Note that Armory will require you to download and install Bitcoin Core which it then uses to manage the blockchain. Armory itself will manage the transactions and private keys for one or more wallets. Armory also has built in support for offline wallet signing and multi-sig wallets.
If you are unable or do not wish to download the blockchain, Electrum is probably your best option. Unlike Armory, Electrum can only work with a single wallet at a time but since it doesn't download the blockchain you can have it up and running quickly. Understand that since it references the blockchain from nodes on the internet instead of a downloaded blockchain you will need to trust whoever manages those nodes. Because of this it should be considered slightly less secure than Armory.
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Newbie here... started using Armory and just generated an address offline. Do I have to download all previous transaction with Bitcoin Core to buy BitCoin? /r/BitcoinBeginners

Newbie here... started using Armory and just generated an address offline. Do I have to download all previous transaction with Bitcoin Core to buy BitCoin? /BitcoinBeginners submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Newbie here... started using Armory and just generated offline address. Do I have to download all previous transaction with Bitcoin Core to buy BitCoin? /r/Bitcoin

Newbie here... started using Armory and just generated offline address. Do I have to download all previous transaction with Bitcoin Core to buy BitCoin? /Bitcoin submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

armory and bitcoin core, preparing datebase the same as synchronizing in bitcoincore? /r/Bitcoin

armory and bitcoin core, preparing datebase the same as synchronizing in bitcoincore? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

If I have really old wallet software (core/armory from 2013), will it still work post-segwit? /r/Bitcoin

If I have really old wallet software (core/armory from 2013), will it still work post-segwit? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Did I lose my BTC? Sent BTC to Armory wallet before Bitcoin Core had downloaded the blockchain /r/BitcoinBeginners

Did I lose my BTC? Sent BTC to Armory wallet before Bitcoin Core had downloaded the blockchain /BitcoinBeginners submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

"Armory does not support any controversial hard forks such as Bitcoin Unlimited and will continue to support Segregated Witness and Bitcoin Core." (Andrew Chow, Armory Developer).

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Armory 0.92.3 and bitcoin core updated, now I cant get past 97% or 2 weeks in BTC

Stuck for the last few days after updating, armory stuck in offline mode and bitcoin core stuck 2 weeks behind. Any Ideas?
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what version of core works with armory 0.93.3 /r/Bitcoin

what version of core works with armory 0.93.3 /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

With the upgrade to Bitcoin Core 0.10 and Armory 0.93, why is there only one data directory setting?

In the old Armory version, there used to be two directory settings, one for bitcoin core (satoshi datadir) which specified where the blockchain data is stored, and one for Armory, which stores the Armory DB.
Looking at the settings for 0.93, I only see one option: for "Bitcoin Home Dir". Do I need to run Armory with command line options if I want to make sure the data is stored in D:\Bitcoin and D:\Armory, respectively?
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Beginner's guide on how to install Armory 0.93 and Bitcoin Core 0.10.0 on Windows, and how to create your first wallet.

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Armory vs. Core 0.13 /r/Bitcoin

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Armory requires me to have bitcoin core installed to run, but why not just use bitcoin core wallet? Do I need both?

I could never get Armory to run right anyway, but I'd like to have a local wallet instead of one relaying on a remote one like coinbase. Since I have bitcoin core-qt installed (it came with the bitcoind) as part of the infrastructure I needed to install Armory, should I bother trying to get Armory to run?
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How to install Bitcoin Armory in Ubuntu 14.04 Installing Bitcoin Armory how to mine for bitcoin core Bitcoin Armory Walk Through

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How to install Bitcoin Armory in Ubuntu 14.04

Video Page: http://armoryguide.com/step-2-installing-bitcoin-armory/ Bitcoin Core - Duration: 3:14. Armory 45,690 views. 3:14. Getting started on LocalBitcoins - setting up wallet and account - Duration: 2:08. LocalBitcoins.com Recommended for you. 2:08. FOCUS ON ... Bitcoin Core - Duration: 3:14. Armory 45,803 views. 3:14. 2018 03 04 How to Use the Bitcoin Core Wallet Part 2 - Duration: 7:20. Thomas Wayne Hatcher 173 views. 7:20. Letting go of my Bitcoin ... If you're new to Ubuntu and Linux, here's a beginner's guide to installing the newest version of the Armory wallet software along with the newest version of the underlying Bitcoin Core daemon.

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