On 6/24/14, Justus Ranvier <justusranv...@gmail.com> wrote:
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> On 06/24/2014 09:07 AM, Wladimir wrote:
>> My main argument for the split is that full nodes and wallets have
>> completely different usage scenarios:
>> - A wallet should be online as little as possible, ideally only
>> when you do transactions or want to check for them.
>> - A full node should be online 24/7 or it is virtually useless to
>> the network.
> I think btcd has done this right.
> A wallet is a daemon that runs constantly in the background, just like
> the full node.
> The GUI (which is distinct from the wallet) runs as little as
> possible. Presumably there's no need for a 1:1 relationship between
> wallets and GUIs.

I think he means that the wallet shouldn't be running as much as it is
currently doing.
But yes, I think you're right about wallets and GUIs not necessarily
mapping 1:1.

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