Questions on: protocol - страница 2

It hasn't been tried yet At this point to the best of my knowledge there is no crypto currency that uses either expiration of transaction outputs or expiration of addresses. Therefore there are no experimental results available to observe expiration'
when we speak about specific transaction: no. The unconfirmed transaction looks exactly the same as the same transaction with 1,2.
Symfony2 expects a Response object to be returned from a controller action. I'm guessing you probably want something like the following: return $this->render( "YourBundlePath:Something:template. html
What use is a transaction that is never relayed? None, unless it is generated by the same person who mines it into a block. But it is not the case that non-standard transactions are never relayed. There are nodes that relay non-standard transactions
hash1 is a uint256 zero, padded to a multiple of 64 bytes by FormatHashBlocks() in main. cpp, and then reversed in 4 byte chunks. FormatHashBlocks() puts a 0x80 right after the 32 zero bytes, and a 4 byte bit count at the end (00 00 01 00, meaning 25
The bitcoin system, unlike traditional banking and payment systems, is based on de-centralized trust. Instead of a central trusted authority, in bitcoin, trust is achieved as an emergent property from the interactions of different participants in the
The basic elliptic curve operation is addition of points. The operation of applying this addition repeatedly is called the scalar multiplication of a point by an integer. The private key is the 'scalar', the point being multiplied is the 'Generator'
At the protocol level, there is no such thing as "balance of an address". There are individual unspent outputs (like coins in a wallet), which must be individually spent. You can't partially spend an output, but you can split/combine it
You're pretty close, with the deviations being I think primarily in terminology. Client A listens for connections on port 8333. Listening is a server activity