Wednesday's Bitcoin Core PR Review Club will dive into User-Space, Statically Defined Tracing (USDT).
Our host @0xb10c opens the door to peeking into runtime internals of Bitcoin Core at statically defined tracepoints.
Come discuss and learn; notes and questions are up!
That felt like a one-time thing to me not sure if i should bother...
here we go 😅
this uses WKD so it should pull the right key without needing any keyservers
revoked all my previous gpg keys, switching to ed25519/curve25519 keys stored on a yubikey5.
you can pull my new keys via:
gpg --locate-key [email protected]
btcmerchant will be able to use your bitcoin core node directly (picture of me working on this here). it has descriptor wallet support, so you can accept payments directly into your hardware wallet. it already is integrated with clightning as well, lnd soon.
awesome post by zeeman on why bitcoin is a kind of universal clock that is deeply tied to physics (via entropy)
"existence of a proof-of-work is a proof that time has passed"
Mainly focused on designing a really nice library and dev api so you can integrate bitcoin merchant stuff into your site. I enjoy the Stripe api so much I just want an experience like that for Bitcoin. Stealing a lot of ideas from them 😅
getting there. spent most of today working on this. got sse waitinvoice working. building a demo checkout page now.
might be fun to build a spark-like l1/l2 wallet using it.
I'm calling it btcmerchant. The goal is is: self-hosted "Stripe for Bitcoin".
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