[Bitcoin-development] Bug in genbuild.sh ?

2014-11-03 Thread Francis GASCHET
Hello, I just compiled bitCoin core on Debian 7. I got an error message too many arguments when executing genuid.sh I fixed it as shown hereafter and it worked fine. pcfg:~/bitcoinCore diff -u shareOLD/genbuild.sh share/genbuild.sh --- shareOLD/genbuild.sh2014-11-03 08:32:08.950708258

Re: [Bitcoin-development] Bug in genbuild.sh ?

2014-11-03 Thread Wladimir
On Mon, Nov 3, 2014 at 10:16 AM, Francis GASCHET f...@numlog.fr wrote: Hello, I just compiled bitCoin core on Debian 7. I got an error message too many arguments when executing genuid.sh I fixed it as shown hereafter and it worked fine. pcfg:~/bitcoinCore diff -u shareOLD/genbuild.sh

Re: [Bitcoin-development] side-chains 2-way pegging (Re: is there a way to do bitcoin-staging?)

2014-11-03 Thread Alex Mizrahi
For those following this thread, we have now written a paper describing the side-chains, 2-way pegs and compact SPV proofs. (With additional authors Andrew Poelstra Andrew Miller). http://blockstream.com/sidechains.pdf Haven't seen any material discussion of this paper in this mailing

Re: [Bitcoin-development] side-chains 2-way pegging (Re: is there a way to do bitcoin-staging?)

2014-11-03 Thread Jorge Timón
On Mon, Nov 3, 2014 at 1:12 PM, Alex Mizrahi alex.mizr...@gmail.com wrote: For those following this thread, we have now written a paper describing the side-chains, 2-way pegs and compact SPV proofs. (With additional authors Andrew Poelstra Andrew Miller).

Re: [Bitcoin-development] side-chains 2-way pegging (Re: is there a way to do bitcoin-staging?)

2014-11-03 Thread Alex Mizrahi
From the introduction [...]Because signers prove computational work, rather than proving secret knowledge as is typical for digital signatures, we refer to them as miners. To achieve stable consensus on the blockchain history, economic incentives are provided where miners are rewarded with

Re: [Bitcoin-development] side-chains 2-way pegging (Re: is there a way to do bitcoin-staging?)

2014-11-03 Thread Jorge Timón
On Mon, Nov 3, 2014 at 5:01 PM, Alex Mizrahi alex.mizr...@gmail.com wrote: This isn't applicable in case of sidechains: anybody with sufficient hashpower will be able to unlock a locked coin on the parent chain by producing an SPV proof. Only if the miners form a shared valid history isn't a

Re: [Bitcoin-development] side-chains 2-way pegging (Re: is there a way to do bitcoin-staging?)

2014-11-03 Thread Andrew Poelstra
On Mon, Nov 03, 2014 at 06:01:46PM +0200, Alex Mizrahi wrote: Yes, but harder isn't same as unlikely. We are aware of the distintion between hardness (expected work) and likelihood of successful attack -- much of Appendix B talks about this, in the context of producing compact SPV proofs

Re: [Bitcoin-development] side-chains 2-way pegging (Re: is there a way to do bitcoin-staging?)

2014-11-03 Thread odinn
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA512 Possibly relevant... https://www.iacr.org/archive/eurocrypt2002/23320001/euro02.ps Some interesting stuff here too http://des.cse.nsysu.edu.tw/asiacrypt2014/accepted/index.htm Andrew Poelstra wrote: false proof - -- http://abis.io ~ a