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  1. Which client software can be used to send and receive bitcoins? Select all that apply.  
  2.   
  3. Select one or more:  
  4. a. Web client  
  5. b. Lightweight client  
  6. c. Full client  
  7. d. Mobile client  
  8.   
  9. Which software can be used to also verify transactions locally on a user’s computer?  
  10.   
  11. Select one:  
  12. a. Web client  
  13. b. Full client  
  14. c. Mobile client  
  15. d. Lightweight client  
  16.   
  17. Which client software can be used to generate keys? Select all that apply.  
  18.   
  19. Select one or more:  
  20. a. Mobile client  
  21. b. Lightweight client  
  22. c. Full client  
  23. d. Web client  
  24.   
  25. Given the following transaction ID, determine its status:  
  26.   
  27. 217ec37c57245b8061cacd3487425c01a72ac0b2c40bce7d28996c81bfcba1f8  
  28.   
  29. Select one:  
  30. a. Unconfirmed  
  31. b. Cannot be answered  
  32. c. Confirmed  
  33. d. Unknown  
  34.   
  35. Given the following transaction ID, how many inputs does this transaction have?  
  36.   
  37. 217ec37c57245b8061cacd3487425c01a72ac0b2c40bce7d28996c81bfcba1f8  
  38.   
  39. Select one:  
  40. a. 1  
  41. b. 2  
  42. c. 3  
  43. d. 4  
  44.   
  45. Given the following transaction ID, how many outputs does this transaction have?  
  46.   
  47. 217ec37c57245b8061cacd3487425c01a72ac0b2c40bce7d28996c81bfcba1f8  
  48.   
  49. Select one:  
  50. a. 1  
  51. b. 2  
  52. c. 3  
  53. d. 4  
  54.   
  55. Given the following transaction ID, what is the amount of bitcoins spent in the transaction?  
  56.   
  57. 217ec37c57245b8061cacd3487425c01a72ac0b2c40bce7d28996c81bfcba1f8  
  58.   
  59. Select one:  
  60. a. 27 BTC  
  61. b. 27 mBTC  
  62. c. 270 mBTC  
  63. d. 270 BTC  
  64.   
  65. Given the following transaction ID, what is the transaction fee?  
  66.   
  67. 217ec37c57245b8061cacd3487425c01a72ac0b2c40bce7d28996c81bfcba1f8  
  68.   
  69. Select one:  
  70. a. 1 mBTC  
  71. b. 10 mBTC  
  72. c. 0.1 mBTC  
  73. d. 20 mBTC  
  74.   
  75. Given the following transaction ID, determine which block the transaction belongs to:  
  76.   
  77. 217ec37c57245b8061cacd3487425c01a72ac0b2c40bce7d28996c81bfcba1f8  
  78.   
  79. Select one:  
  80. a. #300643  
  81. b. #300644  
  82. c. #300645  
  83. d. #300464  
  84.   
  85. Given the following transaction ID, determine the block hash of the block the transaction belongs to:  
  86.   
  87. 217ec37c57245b8061cacd3487425c01a72ac0b2c40bce7d28996c81bfcba1f8  
  88.   
  89. Select one:  
  90. a. 000000000000000050dc1128ba7567df96a978734dd5a759225259557c84da17  
  91. b. 0000000000000000698c8d6e99413a50ecb45f8c0ffed4d9a9fcace51768750f  
  92. c. 0000000000000000766829c6a6f0dc77b8a1f4b02e6b536f0af2eeb5071ab1e4  
  93. d. 00000000000000002558bbcf0c3575f7db6ddef7a553eadf36ddac45755409c7  
  94.   
  95.   
  96. Given the following transaction ID, find the block the transaction belongs to. What is the hash of the previous block in the chain?  
  97.   
  98. 217ec37c57245b8061cacd3487425c01a72ac0b2c40bce7d28996c81bfcba1f8  
  99.   
  100. Select one:  
  101. a. 00000000000000002558bbcf0c3575f7db6ddef7a553eadf36ddac45755409c7  
  102. b. 0000000000000000766829c6a6f0dc77b8a1f4b02e6b536f0af2eeb5071ab1e4  
  103. c. 000000000000000050dc1128ba7567df96a978734dd5a759225259557c84da17  
  104. d. 0000000000000000698c8d6e99413a50ecb45f8c0ffed4d9a9fcace51768750f  
  105.   
  106. Given the following transaction ID, find the block the transaction belongs to. What is the hash of the next block in the blockchain? 217ec37c57245b8061cacd3487425c01a72ac0b2c40bce7d28996c81bfcba1f8  
  107.   
  108. Select one:  
  109. a. 000000000000000050dc1128ba7567df96a978734dd5a759225259557c84da17  
  110. b. 00000000000000002558bbcf0c3575f7db6ddef7a553eadf36ddac45755409c7  
  111. c. 0000000000000000766829c6a6f0dc77b8a1f4b02e6b536f0af2eeb5071ab1e4  
  112. d. 0000000000000000698c8d6e99413a50ecb45f8c0ffed4d9a9fcace51768750f  
  113.   
  114. Given the following transaction ID, find the id of the coinbase transaction of the block in which the transaction was included.  
  115.   
  116. 217ec37c57245b8061cacd3487425c01a72ac0b2c40bce7d28996c81bfcba1f8  
  117.   
  118. Select one:  
  119. a. 72a56033f10d8b737922e866e5adc2434f9dd1013ed01ba7f9ce7db2e14fb507  
  120. b. fa037de7d19e7b604da24f8ca717c127af525e2052f8e42c543f3f5e481a10ab  
  121. c. 7ef0c0dd0c39e002d5ae7419b7e64f1136447909efa04ca7f8053c121feba830  
  122. d. 437c1c4f49e1efdde0b4c063c999acddc890a6c905724f3bfb9afede79beef3b  
  123.   
  124. What is the most secure method of generating private keys?  
  125.   
  126. Select one:  
  127. a. Generating keys offline  
  128. b. Generating keys by using a web service  
  129. c. No method is truly secure, except generating keys through an exchange  
  130. d. Generating keys through a trusted third-party  
  131.   
  132. In Bitcoin, are “wallet” and “client” exactly the same thing?  
  133.   
  134. Select one:  
  135. a. They are exactly the same thing  
  136. b. A client refers to the collection of the user’s keys and address, whereas a wallet refers to the software that connects to the network  
  137. c. Both the wallet and the client refer to the collection of the user’s keys and address, as well as the software that connects to the network  
  138. d. A wallet refers to the collection of the user’s keys and address, whereas a client refers to the software that connects to the network  
  139.   
  140. Why would one use a “paper wallet”?  
  141.   
  142. Select one:  
  143. a. A paper wallet allows you to print your own notes using Bitcoin currency  
  144. b. A paper wallet can replace the entire Bitcoin digital network using paper notes  
  145. c. A paper wallet does not offer any advantage and is the same as any other wallet  
  146. d. A paper wallet allows secure storage and backups of any amount of bitcoins  
  147.   
  148. Why would one use a “lightweight” client? Select all that apply.  
  149.   
  150. Select one or more:  
  151. a. A “lightweight” client stores the entire Bitcoin blockchain locally but not your keys  
  152. b. A “lightweight” client only stores your wallet locally and signs transactions, while the Bitcoin blockchain is maintained on third-party servers  
  153. c. A “lightweight” client allows one to save storage space on memory-limited devices  
  154. d. A “lightweight” client does not store any digital keys locally and only serves as a GUI for a wallet  
  155.   
  156. Why would one use a “web” client? Select all that apply.  
  157.   
  158. Select one or more:  
  159. a. A “web” client does not store the entire Bitcoin blockchain locally but on third-party servers  
  160. b. A “web” client is accessible from anywhere as long as you have access to your password  
  161. c. A “web” client may store both your public and private keys  
  162. d. A “web” client only serves as a web-GUI for a wallet but does not allow you to perform transactions  
  163.   
  164. What is the meaning of “cold storage” in the context of Bitcoin?  
  165.   
  166. Select one:  
  167. a. “Cold storage” refers to using a lightweight Bitcoin client used to perform transactions without the need of storing the blockchain locally  
  168. b. “Cold storage” refers to the temporary storage used before a transaction is confirmed and stored on the blockchain  
  169. c. “Cold storage” refers to paper wallets which are preserved in low temperatures  
  170. d. “Cold storage” refers to a reserve of bitcoins which are stored securely and entirely offline  
  171.   
  172. What are the best methods for “cold storage”? Select all that apply.  
  173.   
  174. Select one or more:  
  175. a. Hardware wallets  
  176. b. A combination of using the full and web Bitcoin clients  
  177. c. Paper wallets  
  178. d. Removable media or USB flash drives 
 
 
 
 
Written by Xan Manning, 2010.