Right now bitcoin client core supports use of tor hidden service. It
supports v2 hidden service. I am in progress of creating a new bitcoin
node which will use v3 hidden service instead of v2. I am looking at
bitcoin core and btcd to use. Do any of these or current node software
support the v3
Lets pretend that I have a company. I'll call it cut throat industries. We
are a box cutter testing firm. HR pays the employees biweekly Fridays. In
the current way. Cut throat industries pays a single transaction with the
company's treasury as the input and each employee payroll as an output.
Sorry. Re-sending with correction to CC bitcoin-dev
I am sorry if this was already brought up in previous threads. If I know
lightning network correctly then HTLC is used to enforce settlements on
blockchain if there is a dispute. Could a person lose money if their HTLC
does not get
> === 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:
> (6 BTC) (8 BTC) (1 BTC)
> 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?
I am trying to learn about payjoin. I have a couple concerns on its
effectiveness. Are my concerns valid or am I missing something?
If it is known to be a payjoin transaction anyone could determine the
sender the recipient and amount right?
Lets assume that everyone has a single utxo
Thought provoking. In my opinion bitcoin should be designed in a way to
where there is no distinction between "clean" bitcoins and "dirty"
bitcoins. If one bitcoin is considered dirty then all bitcoins should be
considered dirty. Fungibility is important. And bitcoin or its users
should not be