I'm working on my SPV library and I still have a hard time figuring how to approach the BIP32 + Bloom filters combination. Here's how I currently sync an existing HD wallet (after fast catch-up): ...
According to this, thin clients use bloom filters to request "addresses and transactions they are interested in to the peer". And according to this, bloom filters are used to help prevent the SPV ...
As far as I understand it, bloom filters can be defined with some target hashes and false-positive rate. When filtering the blockchain, all of the target transactions are guaranteed to be found, but ...
So, keeping up to date with the blockchain is getting ridiculous in Bitcoin-QT, especially on my laptop. If I leave it off or away from the internet for even a short period of time, it takes forever ...
There is now "Bloom filter" support in the network protocol for sending only relevant transactions to lightweight clients. What are the privacy implications of the bloom filter? Does it leak any ...
The release notes for version 0.8 of the "Satoshi" client say "Bloom filter" support in the network protocol for sending only relevant transactions to lightweight clients. Is this an optional ...