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Copay is an easy-to-use multi-signature bitcoin wallet developed by BitPay to significantly decrease the risk of Bitcoin theft. When users join a Copay wallet, more than one person must sign every transaction. Users communicate peer-to-peer and the s
First, it needs mentioning that this functionality has already been removed from the original Bitcoin client. Here is the GitHub pull request removing this functionality that has been accepted 2 years ago. The wiki page you refer to seems outdated
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The Bitcoin protocol is also hard-limited to 21 million bitcoins, meaning that no more than that can ever be created. This means that no central bank, individual or government can come along and simply ‘print’ more bitcoins when it suits them. In thi
There isn't yet a complete implementation AFAIK, but there are different libraries that implement bitcoin features (wallets, keys, utilities, Depends on whether you want an implementation of bitcoin network protocol or wallet or just an overlay on to
I've been reading a lot about transaction malleability, and noticed that the only way to achieve it is by altering the transaction signature/s. Why does the protocol even consider the signature in the payload for SHA256? The protocol should only cons
Transaction malleability is a consequence of the features of Bitcoin. The input data (scriptSig) for claiming outputs is purposely malleable to allow for useful scenarios where one would want to claim outputs in different ways. The consequence of the
Currently no. Any "required fees" are enforced only by the client not the network or protocol. It is up to each individual miners which transactions to include in a block
As explained by Gavin Andersen on the forum - in order to calculate the ID hash of the Tx that is used in the Merkle Tree, one needs to SHA hash the whole Tx message as defined in the Protocol Specification wiki page twice. For example, for the only
2 previously introduced mempool-only locktime enforcement using GetMedianTimePast(). This release seeks to consensus enforce the rule. Bitcoin transactions currently may specify a locktime indicating when they may be added to a valid block