Now that phones have almost become a commodity, advance privacy features may become one of the few things people are willing to pay a premium for
After reading this I feel grateful for how Bitcoin was maintained, keeping me able to run a full archival indexed node on a cheap laptop without issues
I really like the signet proposal. I'd love to see it integrated into Core, although I'd prefer it without a default signer. For people using this feature I don't think it is a problem to specify a signet identifier parameter in the bitcoin.conf
Does anyone have any paper or document that elaborates on the fact that blockchain analysis are not to be considered reliable?
I am consulting the Italian government for a "blockchain national strategy", and I wanted to pick the occasion to highly the fact that no one should ever be incriminated on the basis of blockchain analysis
Coinbase claims to support over 100k ERC-20 tokens. Are there really that many shitty tokens out there or they are just exaggerating?
Bitcoin Optech Newsletter #28
Jan 8, 2019
This week’s newsletter announces a new maintenance release of Bitcoin Core, describes continued discussion about new signature hashes, and links to a post about possible economic barriers to LN payments crossing different currencies. Descriptions of notable code changes in popular Bitcoin infrastructure projects are also provided.
Yesterday I was playing with the new RGB protocol to issue tokens on Bitcoin, and I felt so reckless to try it on mainnet. Later, talking with the RGB lead dev @afilini, I found out that I was the first one ever to actually issue RGB tokens on the Bitcoin mainnet, which is very cool 😎
If you wanna try it yourself, here is the GitHub repo: https://github.com/rgb-org/kaleidoscope
Working on Bitcoin projects, you can read some of my stuff at https://medium.com/@FedericoTenga
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