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Why use your own full node? Answered by Pieter Wuille

One of Bitcoin's strengths - the most important in my opinion even - is the low degree of trust you need in others.
If you use a full node for your incoming transactions, you know that there was no cheating anytime in the history of your coins:
... with one exception: because there is a need to pick a winner in presence of multiple competing valid versions of the ledger, (a majority of) miners have the authority to pick the version of the block chain that wins. This means their power is limited to choosing the order in which otherwise valid transactions occur, up to and including the right to delay them indefinitely. But they cannot make invalid transaction look valid to a full node.
If you are not running a full node, the amount of trust you're placing in others increases.
SPV nodes (such as some mobile clients, and Multibit) place a blind trust in the majority of miners, without checking validity of the blockchain they produce. It still requires a majority of miners to mislead an SPV node, but they can make it believe anything (including "You received 10000000 BTC!"). The reason why this does not happen is because full nodes would not accept such blocks, and assuming a large portion of the ecosystem does rely on full nodes, miners who do this would not see their blocks accepted by the larger economy, resulting in them wasting money.
Centralized services (most webwallets) make the user trust whatever the site says. They can claim anything.
So I hope you now see the importance of full nodes in this model. If you run a full node somewhere on the network, and nobody looks at the transactions it validates, it is indeed contributing to the network, but it is not helping with the reduction of trust.
Look at it another way: if only a few large players in the Bitcoin ecosystem were running full nodes, it only requires a malicious intent, or an attack/threat against them, to change the system's rules, as nobody else is validating.
Doing transactions in the Bitcoin ecosystem helps the Bitcoin currency. Running a full node helps the network. Using a full node helps you and the ecosystem reduce the need for trust.
https://www.reddit.com/BitcoinBeginners/comments/3eq3y7/full_node_question/ctk4lnd/
Adding to that answer myself:
Running (and using) your own full node gives you the benefit of increased privacy, because you don't leak information about your UTXOs to the default node of your wallet, which can link your UTXOs together, perhaps even link them to your real world identity.
There are different ways how to set up a node (from simply installing the Bitcoin Core software on your computer to getting a plug'n'play solution such as Casa or Nodl), but to connect a (hardware) wallet to it is a little more tricky for now.
One of the projects I frequently recommend myself is https://stadicus.github.io/RaspiBolt/. It's somewhat cheap (~$150 for hardware, as compared to other plug'n'play nodes which are around $300) but can run 24/7 and includes guides how to set up Tor on the device, and how to use your hardware wallet with the node.
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Just found my old wallet.dat any help would really be appreciated

I've just found my folder called Bitcoin & Dogecoin from around 2014 on an SD card.

I do not know the password apparently (tried to import with BitPay), I have the following files in this folder


Any help getting into these would be greatly appreciated
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Some direction? (update)

So, from my previous post here: https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/ek1vuv/no_clue_where_to_go_from_here/
I now have access to my files, I have access to the password and I know that Multibit classic v 0.5.13 or higher was used.
I see that multibit is no longer supported. I have gained access to my bitstamp account. I am ready to sell.
The problem is that I have no clue how to get from: Point A: A file on my computer. to Point B: Money in my bank account.
I have googled a bunch of stuff related to how to sell a bitcoin from cold storage and all I am reading about is "sweeping" coins and suggestions on apps, wallet hardware, blockchain.info and why its good or bad, and a million other things that just drive me deeper and deeper into being overwhelmed.
I have looked all over my bitstamp account and have not seen any options for anything regarding importing cold wallets. I have read that my cold wallet is actually "nothing" because everything exists on the public blockchain. I have read that the only thing I need is my signature because thats all that matters.
I am lost
I'm feeling pretty stupid asking for help on something that seems so easy to understand, but I could really use some dumbed down direction on what I have to do to get this all accomplished.
All helpful tips are appreciated and the more ELI5 context, the better.