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Do public bitcoin nodes have a public page to view node data? And if so can one add additional information to it?

Bitcoin Asked on October 24, 2021

Do public bitcoin nodes have a public page to view public node data? Example is from monero public nodes: http://node.xmrbackb.one:28081/get_info — it shows the node information.

Do Bitcoin public nodes have a public page that is accessible by the public? And if so, how can one add in additional values like for example a bitcoin address or an email address?

2 Answers

In general, no. Bitcoin Core and other available node software do not have any publicly accessible interface other than the P2P interface.

There are a few modified node software available to publicly expose statistics about the node. Some people may choose to install those software and would have information about their node exposed.

Answered by Andrew Chow on October 24, 2021

No, there is no such thing.

Bitcoin nodes in general only speak the P2P protocol with the public, not HTTP.

Answered by Pieter Wuille on October 24, 2021

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