This week’s newsletter describes the bip-anyprevout soft fork proposal, summarizes a few technical talks from the Magical Crypto Friends conference, and includes our regular sections on bech32 sending support and notable changes to popular Bitcoin infrastructure projects.
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Level up your Bitcoin understanding, SIGHASH_ANYPREVOUT, Should I buy Bitcoin? Muun, LN UX, hodlhodl, evidence CSW is a fraud.
This week’s newsletter includes a special section about the recent Taproot proposal, news about a small potential change to the BIP174 PSBT format, and our regular sections about bech32 sending support and notable changes in popular infrastructure projects.
Taproot BIPs. Reorg game theory, block sizes too big? LN ELI5, why develop on LN? Blockchain not the answer, cryptography in crypto is difficult.
This week’s newsletter highlights some of the changes in the recently-released Bitcoin Core 0.18.0, briefly mentions two proposed BIPs, describes how bech32 addresses are forward compatible with expected protocol improvements, and summarizes notable changes in popular Bitcoin infrastructure projects.
0.18.0, Bitcoin’s Gravity, stock/flow pricing model, LN support in Blockstream and hodlhodl, Nayuta with two new products for LN. Ring Signatures.
This week’s newsletter sees another slow news week but does contain our regular sections on bech32 sending support, selected questions and answers from the Bitcoin StackExchange, and notable changes in popular Bitcoin infrastructure projects.
Lay BTC explanation, soft fork probabilities, inbound capacity, Amazon/LN via browser, PoS and taxes, Scriptless Scripts and trouble at MakerDAO