Re: [Bitcoin-development] Deanonymisation of clients in Bitcoin P2P network paper

2014-12-11 Thread Isidor Zeuner
[...] And, on the flip side if the host is persistently behind tor, even with some watermarkable behaviour, their privacy is protected. So making sure that hosts can continually use tor (or similar systems) should be the higher priority. (And, of course, not reimplementing tor leverages

Re: [Bitcoin-development] Merged mining a side chain with proof of burn on parent chain

2014-12-11 Thread Isidor Zeuner
[...] The Bitcoin miner will include burn transactions because they offer Bitcoin fees. Bitcoin miner can not selectively block side chains since the hashes associated with the burn do not disclose which side chain or other project they are for. Here you have a “merged mining” that does not

Re: [Bitcoin-development] Merged mining a side chain with proof of burn on parent chain

2014-12-11 Thread Tamas Blummer
Isodor: Rational Miner will include burn transaction for fee, no doubt. Censoring transactions is against Bitcoin’s core values, unlikely to get wide support for any form of that. Patrick: Mining is at cost even if following the rules. No change to that. Tamas Blummer Bits of Proof