Coincidentally, the kind of Merkle tree that Mark describes in his
proposal is exactly the one that we use at Stampery.

The Stampery BTA whitepaper[1] includes pseudocode for many of the
algorithms outlined by this proposal, including fast-SHA256, the tree
building process and the inclusion proving routine.

The wording is slightly different but the logic is just the same, so I
hope it helps future implementations in case of eventual adoption.


Adán Sánchez de Pedro Crespo
CTO, Stampery Inc.
San Francisco - Madrid
T: +34 663 163 375

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