I want to rent dedicated server to run full node to receive bitcoin for my website. Is this safe if I encrypt my wallets or should I own physical server?
I am looking to set up a private network of Bitcoin nodes over multiple machines (e.g, on multiple VMs on Amazon EC2) for experimentation. I want to be able to control how the different nodes are interconnected to each other in this network. Is there a way to do this on Bitcoind? The regtest mode that is commonly cited as a solution for this seems to have the ability to create multiple nodes on a single machine. Can it also be used to interconnect nodes across different machines according to a specified topology?
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For better context: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/63123652/is-there-a-way-to-set-port-in-a-dns-forward Hello community! I have setup an aws ec2 instance and installed BTCPay server on it. I used the Docker version. I also bought a domain name and pointed btcpay.example.com to my BTCPay server with an A record. I want to run a Web server along side BTCPay server at example.com. BTCPay Server has already taken up port 80 and 443 so I guess I'll have to run my web server on another port but how can I specify port number in a DNS record? With some help I learnt about reverse proxy and I see BTCPay…