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    <br> ● Taproot review: starting the first week of November, several Bitcoin contributors will be hosting a series of weekly meetings to help guide people through review of the proposed bip-schnorr, bip-taproot, and bip-tapscript changes. Notable changes this week in Bitcoin Core, C-Lightning, Eclair, LND, libsecp256k1, Bitcoin Improvement Proposals (BIPs), and Lightning BOLTs. ● Electrum Lightning support: In a series of commits this month, Electrum has merged support for Lightning Network into master. ● Blockstream Green Tor support: Version 3.2.4 of the Blockstream Green Wallet adds built-in Tor support for both iOS and Android. While Tor was supported in previous Android versions, it required a separate application whereas both Android and iOS versions are now bundled with Tor support. We don’t usually cover refactors, but this one has a tantalizing comment: “this is in preparation for re-using these validation components for a new version of AcceptToMemoryPool() that can operate on multiple transactions (‘package relay’).” Package relay could allow nodes to accept a transaction below the node’s minimum feerate if the transaction came bundled with a child transaction whose fee was high enough to pay the minimum feerate for both it and its parent. ● What happens to transactions included in inv<br> <br>cks?
    ● Help test release candidates: experienced users are encouraged to help test the latest release candidates for the upcoming versions of Bitcoin Core and C-Lightning. ● Modern block explorer open sourced: after recently announcing a new block explorer website, Blockstream has announced the open source release of both its backend and frontend code. 64 where LND could only be upgraded from a maximum of one major release back. This week’s newsletter describes a demo implementation of eltoo and several discussions related to it, requests comments on limiting the normal number of LN gossip updates to one per day, and provides our longest-to-date list of notable changes to popular Bitcoin infrastructure projects. Also included are a selection of popular questions and answers from the Bitcoin Stack Exchange and a short list of notable changes to popular Bitcoin infrastructure projects. In a mailing list post, bip-tapscript author Pieter Wuille notes that he and Andrew Poelstra examined other resource limits on scripts that were put in place to prevent nodes from using an excessive amount of CPU or memory during verification. Adding new consensus rules to Bitcoin is something that should be done carefully-because it can’t be undone safely for as long as anyone’s bitcoins depend on those rules-so it’s in every user’s interest that a large number of technical reviewers examine the proposals for possible flaws before they are implemented and before users are asked to consider upgrading their full nodes to e<br>c<br>he new rules.
    An adversary that can map all of a node’s connections can attack that node, either by identifying which transactions originate from that node (a privacy leak) or by isolating the node from the rest of the network (potentially making theft of funds from the node possible). Bifinity’s on- and off-ramp solutions will empower businesses to adopt crypto and reach new audiences with easy, direct fiat-to-crypto transactions. 15759 increases the number of outbound connections the node will make from 8 to 10. The two new connections will only be used to announce and relay new blocks; they won’t announce or relay unconfirmed transactions or addr peer-discovery messages. If widely deployed, package relay would allow users who create transactions a long time before broadcasting them (e.g. timelocked transactions or LN commitment transactions) to safely pay the minimum possible fee. ● Tapscript resource limits: 바이낸스 마진 – visit the following webpage, the bip-tapscript proposal limits transactions to one signature-checking operation (sigop) for every 12.5 vbytes the witness data adds to the size of the transaction (plus one free sigop per input). Eltoo is a proposal to replace LN’s current LN-penalty enforcement layer with <br>w<br>yer named LN-eltoo.
    ● Comment if you expect to need P2SH-wrapped taproot addresses: recent discussion on the Bitcoin-Dev mailing list indicates that the bip-taproot proposal may be amended to disallow creating taproot inputs by paying P2SH outputs (the way you can currently use P2WPKH and P2WSH inputs created from P2SH outputs). In addition to review, developers will be encouraged to optionally implement a proof-of-concept that either shows how schnorr or taproot can be integrated into existing software or that demonstrates the new or improved features the proposals make possible. It is also possible to buy Bitcoins with cash or by sending cash via land mail, thereby avoiding a bank transfer. Or is it possible that Bitcoin could be displaced by one of these upstarts in terms of the most valuable and most talked-about crypto? Great support: For crypto beginners, support is a critical key when choosing which exchange to use. 40) but older LND nodes and some other implementations have continued to use 144 as their default. ● Eltoo sample implementation and discussion: on the Lightning-Dev mailing list, Richard Myers posted a link to a sample implementation of an eltoo payment flow b<br>en nodes on a custom signet.


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