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Question 5391: What is the sequence here? 4,9,19,39,79. Find the next term. Found 3 solutions by khwang, Abbey, longjonsilver: Answer by khwang(438) (Show Source): Answer by Abbey(339) (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website! The dif
First of all two matching scripts are used in two different transactions, one that transfers funds to an address (Transaction A) and one that spends those funds (Transaction B). The scriptPubKey is created by the user that creates Transaction A. It b
When mining began, regular off-the-shelf PCs were fast enough to generate bitcoins. That's the way the system was set up—easier to mine in the beginning, harder to mine as more bitcoins are generated. Over the last few years, miners have had to move
First, let's clarify the difference between accounts and addresses. "Accounts" are used for the convenience of people to track their funds. This is primarily used to track the source of funds
Sunny King: I have a proposal that maybe switch to a constant mint per block would significantly improve participation without too much impact to inflation model. However this is something the commnity needs to reach a level of consensus on During th
by being centralized. That's wrong though, centralization is of course a viable method but it is not used in Ripple. If David is right Bitcoin mining is pure nonsense, otherwise vote the answer of Luca! Mining is nonsense to prevent double spends if
You can send bitcoins to the same address you are sending from, if you create a raw transaction manually, or if you use a wallet that does not create a new change address each time a transaction is made. One reason why this new address process exists
Originally posted on StackExchange - http://bitcoin. stackexchange. com/questions/3374/how-to-redeem-a-basic-txGiven a raw, standard Tx: 010000000126c07ece0bce7cda0ccd14d99e205f118cde27e83dd75da7b141fe487b5528fb000000008b48304502202b7e37831273d74c8b5
Bitcoin is the simplest way to exchange money at very low cost. Mobile payments made easy Bitcoin on mobiles allows you to pay with a simple two step scan-and-pay. No need to sign up, swipe your card, type a PIN, or sign anything