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The only reason why it is recommended to use a different address for every transaction, is for increased anonymity - it makes it more difficult to trace, and next to impossible to prove, that the recipient of transaction A is the same person as the r
CoinJoin makes anonymity possible by combining random Bitcoin transactions. The principle is that when you have lots of inputs from multiple addresses and lots of outputs to multiple addresses you can no longer determine what went where and from whom
All of the referenced memory leaks have been fixed as of Go tip, but a basic summary is: 1) Maps were leaking when GOMAXPROCS > 1 (https://groups. google. com/forum/#!topic/golang-nuts/TGAe2MzVxO0)2) When append created a new underlying array, it
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No I also thought your way but under the false assumption that Instawallet maintains many small wallets unless you ask them to pipe your money through a green address: If you use Bitcoin Spinner only, each trading partner will see exactly when you se
Dr. Adam Back has been involved in serious cryptography deployments for decades. In this interview, Dr
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
The ledger has to be public in order for Bitcoin to be decentralized. The designers of Bitcoin didn't want to need anyone to play the role of a "bank" who keeps all the records, and whom everyone else has to trust to do that properly. For instance, w