bitcoin core development – Get node 1 to mine another block, send it to node 2, and check that node 2 received it

I am trying to write a test with the bitcoin/test/functional/example_test.py to get node 1 to mine another block, send it to node 2, and check that node 2 received it. Any idea on how to go about/get started on this? I am familiar with python but this is fairly new to me.

Thanks.

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Bitcoin Depot is the largest bitcoin ATM distributor at the moment, the company has a recent partnership deal with Circle K to have installed more than 700 Bitcoin ATM machines at Circle K convenience stores in 30 states within the United States.
Bitcoin Depot has plans to cover different locations in the United States and Canada where Circle K exist.
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bitcoin core – External USB SSD not recommended for full node?

Peter Wiulle said:

Don’t use an external drive connected through USB – such hardware is
not designed for the kind of heavy database load Bitcoin Core causes.

Why is that? Im using a Samsung T7 2TB on the USB 3.0 port, is a 16 core CPU, super fast. I have not seen problems using my Linux distro of choice and it was fully synced but now im worried. What could go wrong?

I bought this because in case I wanted to travel I could easily plug the drive on other computer. Also I don’t use that setup for anything but to run the node so it seems convenient. It would just be so annoying to run this on a mounted SSD.

❓ASK – Has anyone here ever mined crypto other than bitcoin on a computer? | NewProxyLists

I did once a few years back. I mined with my 4gb grafics card bitcoin at NiceHash, which was very profitable. I stopped this because it was getting too costly.
Today i mine with the same card or same PC at AutoBitcoin, but this time the profits is much less so i convert the mined coins into a crypto currency of my liking, which is cool.

 

I sent my Bitcoin from Coinbase Wallet back to my coinbase wallet address. I basically sent it to myself but can’t get access to it

I tried sending my Bitcoin from my coinbase wallet address to my cash app Bitcoin account but accidentally copied and pasted the Coinbase Wallet address instead of the cash app Bitcoin account. So basically I sent back to myself. It’s confirmed but I don’t have access to the funds. I see it but can’t touch it. Coinbase Wallet support has led me on for a month and won’t help. Can someone please help me. That’s my wedding money

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How to mine Bitcoin in Windows? How to mine Bitcoin using Intel GPU?

I want to mine Bitcoin in Windows, which is the best and trusted software that I can use to mine Bitcoin in Windows? I want to use both my Intel GPU and CPU to mine Bitcoin.

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❕NEWS – Mike McGlone says Bitcoin will likely revert up to $60k | NewProxyLists

Most of the time, experts give their analysis but they are mere indications the there will be price movement in such direct but they may not be accurate at time. But investors will likely have a clue of how the market is going to be in the nearest future. This aiding investors to go ahead or retract for the time being