Re: [bitcoin-dev] Design for a CoinSwap implementation for massively improving Bitcoin privacy and fungibility

2020-06-09 Thread Mr. Lee Chiffre via bitcoin-dev
> > === Combining multi-transaction with routing === > > Routing and multi-transaction must be combined to get both benefits. If > Alice owns multiple UTXOs (of value 6 BTC, 8 BTC and 1 BTC) then this is > easy with this configuration: > > Alice > (6 BTC) (8 BTC) (1 BTC) >

Re: [bitcoin-dev] Design for a CoinSwap implementation for massively improving Bitcoin privacy and fungibility

2020-06-09 Thread Mr. Lee Chiffre via bitcoin-dev
> Coinjoin on Monero can be > compared to ring signatures in Monero from the view of using decoys to > help conceal the source. From this proposal is this to say that > transactions will be at least 12 times larger in size to achieve the > property of privacy that bitcoin is currently missing? >

Re: [bitcoin-dev] Stamping transaction

2020-06-09 Thread Chris Riley via bitcoin-dev
Hello, Just a few comments. >But there is no guarantee that ndes should keep all of them from the genesis. It depends. Maybe some nodes want to keep all the transactions, some part of them and might nothing. There is no guarantee that nodes keep them all from the genesis now, nodes can turn on

Re: [bitcoin-dev] Stamping transaction

2020-06-09 Thread Mostafa Sedaghat joo via bitcoin-dev
Good day ZmnSCPxj As I said before, I don't expect a hard fork for this change. I wanted to share my thoughts with you guys. Anytime the bitcoin community decides to make a hard-fork, you might consider this change as well. I believe decoupling transactions from the block is beautiful. About