Based on the Developer Reference for
importmulti, it seems the the
timestamp property is purely used to determine how far back to rescan. If I have, say, 100 addresses and I simply set all of their timestamps to the same value (the earliest known timestamp), does this have any performance impact compared to setting each address' timestamp uniquely?
If the answer is no, then I'm wondering why this property was implemented as opposed to having a 3rd parameter holding a single "timestamp" for the entire list of addresses.