In the next release of the Bitcoin Core code, an important new feature will appear that many have been waiting for. This will allow users with hardware wallets to connect to full nodes (nodes).
Working with full nodes is beneficial for the Bitcoin network and the team seeks to encourage more users to use full nodes with the latest version.
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Run full nodes
Few users come to their launch, since this requires a large amount of technical knowledge for initial setup, as well as more than 200 GB of data storage.
In connection with this, the next update will be the 18th version of the most widely used Bitcoin Core software. This will make hardware wallets that are the safest way to store bitcoins, compatible with full nodes. However, the connection will still have to be performed manually on the command line, but despite this nuance, the update is a step forward for the technology.
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The implementation of the new Bitcoin Core update will allow you to connect hardware wallets and full nodes. According to the Bitcoin Core Sjors Provoost member: "Wallet software shows your addresses to a third-party server. A full nodeNode
– is any computer that is connected to the Blockchain network. The etymology of the term: from the Latin "nodus", which translates as "node". Nodes are an important tool for creating new blocks in blockchain network. Details will replace this wallet software, again giving users privacy."
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Editor: Alyona Nabok