● Coinbase withdrawal transactions now using batching: Coinbase has rolled out batch withdrawals that they estimate will reduce their load on the Bitcoin network by 50%. Instead of each withdrawal payment generating a single onchain transaction, multiple payments will be combined into a single transaction once every 10 minutes. Anchor commitment transactions can be fee bumped unilaterally by either party, which is useful because commitment transactions might be broadcast a long time after they commit to their on-chain feerate. 2. I judge the “minimum feerate to get into a block” as the smallest feerate for any transaction after the first 50k beyond the coinbase (this is an artifact of how bitcoin core builds transactions; priority area first). ● Why is block 620826’s timestamp 1 second before block 620825? Andrew Chow and Raghav Sood clarify that a block header’s timestamp field is not required to have a greater value than previous blocks. The requirements are instead that a new block’s timestamp must be greater than the median timestamp of the past 11 blocks but no later than two hours after the present time according to the clock on the computer running the node.

Needless to say with the help of Bitcoin advertising you are able to reach to new segment of the users at any part of the world. Subsequent to the workshop, CTV proposer Jeremy Rubin announced a mailing list to help coordinate future review and discussion of the BIP119 proposal. CHECKTEMPLATEVERIFY (CTV) Workshop: video (morning, afternoon) and a transcript are available from a recent workshop about BIP119 CTV. A final discussion covered how and when to attempt to get BIP119 activated, including when a PR for it should be opened to the Bitcoin Core repository, what activation mechanism it should use (e.g. BIP9 versionbits), and what range of activation dates would be appropriate if it uses a miner-activated soft fork mechanism such as BIP9. Providing a descriptor here makes it easier for the user (or a program that is calling this RPC) to get all the information they need to not only monitor for payments received to the created address but to also later create unsigned transactions which start the process of spending that money.

Your transactions may be logged. This option can be dangerous if the alternative sub-daemon isn’t fully compatible with the other daemons being used, but it also allows improved flexibility and may simplify some testing. Thankfully, this isn’t really a problem if you’re looking to buy Bitcoin-since BTC can be subdivided to very small units, you don’t have to buy a whole BTC to begin investing in Bitcoin. In legacy and segwit v0 script, the inefficiency isn’t believed to cause any significant problems. The latest error message is returned as part of the ListPeers results, making it easier to diagnose problems. According to Segura, the update includes details about “user accounts, payment methods, and message signing.” His email also provides a list of features he would like to add, with discussion about each near the end of the email. This week’s newsletter summarizes an update to a proposed standard for LN and includes our regular sections about notable changes to services, client software, and popular Bitcoin infrastructure projects.

This week’s newsletter summarizes several questions and answers from the Bitcoin Stack Exchange and describes notable changes to popular Bitcoin infrastructure projects. ● Deribit supports bech32 withdrawals: Deribit announced that its exchange users can now withdraw bitcoins to bech32 native addresses. Fixing the inefficiency now reduces the number of changes that need to be made in the proposed schnorr, taproot, and tapscript soft fork. ● Bitstamp supports bech32: Bitstamp users can now benefit from using native bech32 addresses after the exchange announced support for both bech32 deposits and 바이낸스 수수료 withdrawals. Bitcoin Stack Exchange is one of the first places Optech contributors look for answers to their questions-or when we have a few spare moments to help curious or confused users. Experienced users are encouraged to help test for any regressions or other unexpected behavior. ● Help test Bitcoin Core 0.19.1rc1: this upcoming maintenance release includes several bug fixes. ● Where can I find the miniscript policy language specification? And if anything along the way can be linked to your identity – for example if you bought or sold using your bank account, face to face with cash, or even using a voucher from a store with CCTV – then an agency with the right tools could theoretically find you without much trouble.