Conf in the Bitcoin application directory: Windows: %APPDATA%Bitcoin OSX: $HOME/Library/Application Support/Bitcoin/
What is the configuration file of Bitcoind?
The configuration file is a list of 'setting=value' pairs, one per line, with optional comments starting with the '#' character. The configuration file is not automatically created; you can create it using your favorite plain-text editor. By default, bitcoind(1) will look for a file named bitcoin.
How do I connect to Bitcoin network?
How can I join the network? That's the spirit. All you need to do is download (and run) a bitcoin client. When you run the client it will connect to other nodes and start downloading a full copy of the blockchain (the file that contains all the verified transactions).
How do you run your own node?
To run a node, you can download the Bitcoin Core software and let it copy the entire blockchain from other nodes, and then your node will be ready to verify each block itself. To set up a new node, you need to go through the IBD (Initial block download) that enables node synchronization to the network on the first run.
What is RPC for Bitcoin?
A Remote Procedure Call or RPC node is a type of computer server that allows users to read data on the blockchain and send transactions to different networks.
Where is the bitcoin .conf file
By default, the configuration file name is bitcoin.conf and it is located in the Bitcoin data directory, but both the Bitcoin data directory and the