How is it decided whether a question has been answered satisfactorily or not on BitQ&A? If I pose a question and someone answers do I have to approve their answer and then authorise payment?
Whenever the fastest antelopes escape and the slowest are eaten, it becomes more and more difficult for future lions to catch the fast antelopes, so that only the fastest lions can survive and reproduce. This leads to ever faster lions and antelopes. So the question is, who will reach the speed of light first? Lion or antelope?
I think this is a really great app and I would like to see more non Bitcoin related and more philosophical questions. So how to make this more public?
I am a Windows programmer and I know C++/C#. I want to know how to develop a BSV program, Who can help me?
Can we somehow improve our healthcare system when it comes to bitcoin? How could we implement bitcoin in the healthcare industry?
When you are talking to yourself inside your head, who is the one who is speaking and who is the one who listens?
I would like to know if there’s a simple golang library that it is possible to use to build and send BSV transactions.
Asking for a friend…….
In Christianity, suppose my wife passes away.
We had always considered ourselves “soul mates” who would be reunited in heaven.
I meet someone else, fall in love, and marry wife number 2. My love for number 2 seems to be just as strong as wife number 1…..I consider her also to be my soul mate?
How is this resolved in Christian heaven? Who will I spend eternity with?
I have some code that does a lot of HD derivation and ECIES encryption/decryption and I noticed that it runs quite slow in the browser. I did some profiling and it seems that it spends most of the time in the libraries that handle primitives (sha256 hashing, big int, …).
This makes sense as it seems that we have this primitives natively in node, but we need to use libraries in the browser. I did some Googling and it seems that newer browsers do have some support for this things so I was wondering if it is possible to use that when available? I suspect that would speed up things significantly?
Is there a way to programatically post a Twetch? If yes, how should one do it?
How to calculate a merkle tree? What is “merkle proof” and how does it fit into the SPV? How does one validate a merkle proof? And how all that affects Bitcoin?
I noticed that even with
getrawtransaction RPC call still returns transactions. I assume that without the full index it will still return transactions that node software needs for other reasons (wallet transactions, UTXOs, …). But what are those cases? Which types of transactions are available even without the full transaction index? And what happens if I request a transaction that is not available?
what exactly is this? Does this mean every TX gets hashed twice? How does it help to filter the content from the block chain (As Dr. Wright said)? Why cant i hash it just once and save the hash of the TX and prune the data (illegal)? Isnt the content now filtered with just a single hash? or am i getting it wrong?
I have been asked this question a number of times and haven’t found an adequate answer.
I would like to use multi-sig, but since the P2SH will be removed I’d like to use something that will be future proof. What are my options?
Of all the exchanges mentioned in Discord, Telegram, Slack and Twitter, none seems to stand out as the obvious choice. All seems to have had their good share of shenanigans, on way or another. Either by delisting, which is an obvious no go, or more dangerous business models like hyperleveraging, crypto loans and worse.
Why mix IP2IP and SPV? What is SBV? Practical use and advantages?
I heard a lot of discussions mentioning IP2IP at the recent CoinGeek conference in Seoul. I really like the idea of users exchanging transactions peer-to-peer, but I am wondering how IP2IP works on a technical level?
Does it require a daemon/service running on the recipient’s computer that listens for incoming transactions or is there some other approach?
An answer to a previous question and the whitepaper both agree that blocks don’t store full transactions, but rather, transaction hashes.
So then, what if I add data in OP_RETURN, say, the text “Hello, world!” Isn’t that a transaction output, or at least contained in an output, and therefore part of a transaction?
If not, or if so and only transaction hashes, not transactions themselves persist, then how does the OP_RETURN data stay on the blockchain?
What is the cheapest desktop I can buy to run SV node at home and have it handle the biggest blocks today?
A link would be appreciated
I would like to run Bitcoin SV software on MacOS, but I noticed that there are no binaries available. How to compile it on MacOS? Are there any alternatives that do not require compilation from scratch?
If I want to create a Bitcoin transaction, which are the parts I should add to it? What is the meaning of each part and what are any special considerations that I should think of?
I would also like to, assuming I am looking at a transaction’s HEX blob, be able to decode it/determine various parts of it.
Bitcoin blockchain is made of individual blocks. I am wondering how do these blocks actually look like. Which different data types are part of them? What is each part of the block used for, what is its meaning and what are the possible values that can those values take?
I would also like to, assuming I am looking at a block’s HEX blob, be able to decode it/determine various parts of it.