Installing bitcoin on kali



warlockk

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Ubuntu

Bitcoin Core wallet is easy to use, setup via PPA for Ubuntu users. To add the PPA to the system, first open a terminal window. Type the following command inside the terminal window. This command will add the official Bitcoin core software pool directly to Ubuntu.

sudo add-apt-repository ppa: bitcoin / bitcoin

From here, Update Command. This refreshes all software resources for Ubuntu and allows it to see the new Bitcoin PPA we just added.

sudo apt update

After updating the software updates, it is important to use it. A tool to install any pending Ubuntu updates. Do this to ensure that your Bitcoin Core wallet is properly attached to the system.

sudo apt upgrade -y

Now that everything in Ubuntu is up to date and PPA is working properly, load the Bitcoin Core wallet with the command:

sudo apt install bitcoin

Arch Linux

It is possible to get the Bitcoin Core wallet in Arch Linux with the help of AUR. To install, you must first get the latest version of the device. Pack it with Git Pacman.

sudo pacman -S go

Now with Git installed, use the PKGBUILD file to grab the latest Bitcoin Core.

git clone https://aur.archlinux.org/bitcoin-core.git

Using the CD terminal Bitcoin core folder and start the compilation process. Note that the compilation tool will automatically download most of the required dependencies. However, if some of them fail to download, you need to get them manually.

makepkg



Bitcoin Core works in almost all areas of general Linux distribution, but unfortunately, only Ubuntu has official support. To fix this, we will review the instructions on how to run the Bitcoin Core wallet on Linux via the downloadable Tar archive. Start the download by visiting this website and clicking the download next to “Linux (tgz)”.

Note: Bitcoin Core has a Tar archive download for both 32-bit and 64-bit.

Alternatively, use the Wget downloader to get archive files directly.
 

Rachmani3652

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Ubuntu

Bitcoin Core wallet is easy to use, setup via PPA for Ubuntu users. To add the PPA to the system, first open a terminal window. Type the following command inside the terminal window. This command will add the official Bitcoin core software pool directly to Ubuntu.

sudo add-apt-repository ppa: bitcoin / bitcoin

From here, Update Command. This refreshes all software resources for Ubuntu and allows it to see the new Bitcoin PPA we just added.

sudo apt update

After updating the software updates, it is important to use it. A tool to install any pending Ubuntu updates. Do this to ensure that your Bitcoin Core wallet is properly attached to the system.

sudo apt upgrade -y

Now that everything in Ubuntu is up to date and PPA is working properly, load the Bitcoin Core wallet with the command:

sudo apt install bitcoin

Arch Linux

It is possible to get the Bitcoin Core wallet in Arch Linux with the help of AUR. To install, you must first get the latest version of the device. Pack it with Git Pacman.

sudo pacman -S go

Now with Git installed, use the PKGBUILD file to grab the latest Bitcoin Core.

git clone https://aur.archlinux.org/bitcoin-core.git

Using the CD terminal Bitcoin core folder and start the compilation process. Note that the compilation tool will automatically download most of the required dependencies. However, if some of them fail to download, you need to get them manually.

makepkg



Bitcoin Core works in almost all areas of general Linux distribution, but unfortunately, only Ubuntu has official support. To fix this, we will review the instructions on how to run the Bitcoin Core wallet on Linux via the downloadable Tar archive. Start the download by visiting this website and clicking the download next to “Linux (tgz)”.

Note: Bitcoin Core has a Tar archive download for both 32-bit and 64-bit.

Alternatively, use the Wget downloader to get archive files directly.
Thanks. I installed bitcoin core. Now I need to learn how bitcoin works exactly.
 

Rachmani3652

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Ubuntu

Bitcoin Core wallet is easy to use, setup via PPA for Ubuntu users. To add the PPA to the system, first open a terminal window. Type the following command inside the terminal window. This command will add the official Bitcoin core software pool directly to Ubuntu.

sudo add-apt-repository ppa: bitcoin / bitcoin

From here, Update Command. This refreshes all software resources for Ubuntu and allows it to see the new Bitcoin PPA we just added.

sudo apt update

After updating the software updates, it is important to use it. A tool to install any pending Ubuntu updates. Do this to ensure that your Bitcoin Core wallet is properly attached to the system.

sudo apt upgrade -y

Now that everything in Ubuntu is up to date and PPA is working properly, load the Bitcoin Core wallet with the command:

sudo apt install bitcoin

Arch Linux

It is possible to get the Bitcoin Core wallet in Arch Linux with the help of AUR. To install, you must first get the latest version of the device. Pack it with Git Pacman.

sudo pacman -S go

Now with Git installed, use the PKGBUILD file to grab the latest Bitcoin Core.

git clone https://aur.archlinux.org/bitcoin-core.git

Using the CD terminal Bitcoin core folder and start the compilation process. Note that the compilation tool will automatically download most of the required dependencies. However, if some of them fail to download, you need to get them manually.

makepkg



Bitcoin Core works in almost all areas of general Linux distribution, but unfortunately, only Ubuntu has official support. To fix this, we will review the instructions on how to run the Bitcoin Core wallet on Linux via the downloadable Tar archive. Start the download by visiting this website and clicking the download next to “Linux (tgz)”.

Note: Bitcoin Core has a Tar archive download for both 32-bit and 64-bit.

Alternatively, use the Wget downloader to get archive files directly.
Would you be able to help me with that. I've been searching Google but it's kind of obscure.
 

warlockk

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Setting the Bitcoin Core:

After the first launch, Bitcoin Core is the user to go through the setup process with a wizard tool. Don't worry, even if you're new to Bitcoin on Linux, it's not that hard. Initially, the program states that "Bitcoin Core will download and keep a copy of the Bitcoin blockchain." Make sure you have at least 200 GB of storage, as the blockchain for Bitcoin is incredibly large.

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By default, Bitcoin blockchain ~ / .Bitcoin. This location can be changed. Click "Use a special data directory" to change it. When everything looks good, click "OK" to continue.

Let the downloader work and take the blockchain. Once the process is complete, your wallet will be ready for use!

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Click "Submit" to submit a transaction. To get one, click “Get”.

Replacement Wallet:

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Need to back up your Bitcoin wallet in Bitcoin Core? Click on the "File" button, then select "Backup wallet". In the file browser dialog box, type the name of your backup (saved as a .dat file) and click the save button. Soon, your wallet will be saved!

Encrypted Wallet:

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It is a good idea to encrypt your Bitcoin wallet, which adds security. To start encrypting, click on the "Settings" menu button, search for "Encrypt wallet" and click. From there, a menu will appear asking you to enter a secure password. Do this, but keep in mind that this password cannot be recovered, so be sure to write down your password on a piece of paper and place it in a home safe (or other safe place).

Having trouble finding a secure password? Consider using the Strongpasswordgenerator.com website.

Enter your password twice and click OK. After that, read the warning and click “YES” after understanding. After clicking "YES", Bitcoin Core is restarted to apply the changes...
 


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