Bitnodes: Bitcoin full-nodes for plug and play – Bitcoints


Published on August 19th, 2015 | by bitcoin


Bitnodes: Bitcoin full-nodes for plug and play

Amlogic Quad-Core ARM Cortex-A5 1.5GHz CPUQuad-Core ARM Mali-450 MP GPU OpenGL ES 2.0 600MHz1GB DDR3 SDRAMHardware RNGToshiba 8GB eMMC NAND Flash Memory for Operating SystemSamsung MicroSDXC 64GB EVO Memory Card UHS-1 Class 10 for User Data3.2-inch TFT LCDGigabit Ethernet (1.8M CAT6 cable included)4 x USB 2.01 x Micro USB OTG1 x Standard Type-A HDMISerial Console Port (UART)IR Receiver5V 2A DC Input (APAC/AU/EU/US compatible)Bitnodes Hardware Clear Acrylic CaseWidth: 115mm x Depth: 86mm x Height: 42mm* The main board is an ODROID-C1+ from Hardkernel Powered by the latest version of Ubuntu operating systemLatest version of Bitcoin client synced up to the latest block prior to dispatchBuilt-in open source web-based administration interface:Start or stop Bitcoin clientRestart or shutdown your Bitnodes HardwareSet or unset bandwidth limit for Bitcoin clientPublic status page with real-time stats for your Bitnodes HardwareMinimal base systemSystem packages and Bitcoin client are updated automaticallyRoot password disabledAdministration interface is accessible only from private networksHardware RNG enabled to increase system entropy for use by /dev/randomBitcoin client compiled without wallet to ensure it operates only as a full nodeFind out more from the documentation on GitHub


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