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Also read: Undoing the Undoable: Bitundo – Doublespending Bitcoins as a Service The merchant is technically accepting an invalid transaction. The flaw exists because of the time it takes transactions to propagate the network. The two transactions are
Find answers to recurring questions and myths about Bitcoin. Table of contents General What is Bitcoin? Bitcoin is a consensus network that enables a new payment system and a completely digital money. It is the first decentralized peer-to-peer paymen
Payments and cancellations | FAQ Updated on November 10, 2014 Payments and fees How can I pay for my purchase? How you may pay for a Kitco purchase depends both on your country of residence (or the country in which your principal place of business is
For what it's worth, MyBitcoin. com claimed that their closure was precipitated by a series of double-spend attacks: Our programmer was under the assumption that one block was good enough to secure a transaction. Two years ago when the software was w
Let’s say I send you 1 Bitcoin. After a few minutes you see that this transaction has received one “confirmation”. What does this actually mean? The block chain is built out of “blocks”
KrampusCheaterReputation: 0Joined: 22 Nov 2014Posts: 41 zm0dMaster CheaterReputation: 7Joined: 06 Nov 2013Posts: 421Location: GER That's actually wrong. Green addresses are global variables (in C, addresses that you don't put in the main()-function n
I presume the primary concern is someone with physical access to the computer reading the localStorage for your site, and you want cryptography to help prevent that access. If someone has physical access you are also open to attacks other and worse t
The one weakness that most people hear about when it comes to Bitcoin is the 51% attack. This is a possible attack vector that can appear when one entity has control over a large percentage of the overall network hashrate. Although the Bitcoin commun