Questions on: protocol

For a transaction to be processed it must use the very next available sequence number (as returned by account_info). If an otherwise valid signed transaction has a sequence number too small (matching a previously used sequence number), then the trans
A ripple Account is an entry in the Ledger. People typically have one account that stores their Ripple credits, IOUs and the trust paths granted to and from other accounts. Each account has an address and a private key
Although I am not qualified enough to suggest a protocol for over-the-air, I can still get some technical pointers. You may want to ask at the ham radio SE community. Yes you can easily send Bitcoins over shortwave radio using encryption but radio en
In his comment @amaclin pointed to BIP-30 which provides motivation for BIP-34. I still don't understand what is "to better reason about plausible difficulty for not-yet-connected blocks" but it seems that the sole point of BIP-34 is to prevent inten
I have an unconfirmed transaction and/or it is confirming super slow. What should I do?Be patient and wait. The transaction should confirm within 5 days
but there is no indication what kind of signature it checks! (What are opcodes in Bitcoin? Well it turns out that the protocol has a really neat scripting system built in for building transactions. You can read more about it here. ) So in fact, I man
Hello Mary, We solved this as follows 1) one person holds a main working copy of project (with main back-up held in separate location) 2) on regular basis,everyone places copy or back-up of own project into archive 3) directly after back-up, all othe
keyboard_arrow_leftBack BIP: 141 Title: Segregated Witness (Consensus layer) Author: Eric Lombrozo <[email protected]> Johnson Lau <[email protected]> Pieter Wuille <[email protected]> Status: Draft Type: Standards Track Created: 20