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Bitcoin's very different things to different people, and obviously can't be everything to everyone. A lot of people really like a subset of its properties whilst disliking others. Some aspects of bitcoin are modifiable by comunity vote, some others n
Quote from: phatsphere on September 29, 2011, 09:05:35 PMHi, I'm searching for a graph that displays transactions per block over time, but where the number of transactions is normalized by the time it took to generate each block. is there something l
Assuming all the inputs you are spending are from regular "pay to address" transactions, each input will contribute 180 (plus or minus 1) bytes to the transaction. Each output adds 34 bytes to the transaction. And there's a fixed extra 10 bytes which
Some API calls are available with CORS headers if you add a &cors=true paramter to the GET request Please limit your queries to a maximum of 1 every 10 seconds. All bitcoin values are in Satoshi i. e
Because bitcoin is a pseudonymous digital currency, there are no hard statistics available. Because one popular service, SatoshiDICE, uses static Bitcoin addresses as the wagering mechanism for the players of its online "Dice" game, the amount of act
The address is only 160-bits. The public key is 257-bits. So there's no way to go from an address to a public key -- information is missing
Bitcoin isn't something that you can learn in a few hours. Practically all of the mainstream media has "explained" bitcoin wrong, and this post is aimed at providing a somewhat technical read of how bitcoin works under the hood. So, let's get started
The default maximum precision of numeric and decimal data types is 38. In Transact-SQL, numeric is functionally equivalent to the decimal data type. Use the decimal data type to store numbers with decimals when the data values must be stored exactly
These are the scriptPubKey's that are standard, arranged in order of popularity: P2PKH (Pay to public key hash) OP_DUP OP_HASH160 <20 bytes of public key hash> OP_EQUALVERIFY OP_CHECKSIG P2SH (Pay to script hash) OP_HASH160 <20 bytes of scri