- Why does Bisq care about Bitcoin Core being installed or not?
- Why does it matter if it's "fully synced" or not before Bisq is started?
- Why does it matter if it's "running in pruned mode"? What if I am running in pruned mode? Will that somehow break Bisq? It's not like "pruned mode" is something you just flick on or off; it's a fundamental decision that spells the difference between having to store hundreds of gigabytes of data or almost nothing at all. I barely have the room for any more blockchain data, so I've strongly considered enabling pruned mode. But what does Bisq have to do with this?
- What are "bloom filters"? This is the first time I ever hear that concept. "Bloom filter" sounds like some kind of visual effect in 3D-accelerated video games -- not something to do with crypto currencies.
- What does it mean by "a well configured node"? Of what? Bitcoin Core? Bisq?
The entire message is incredibly cryptic and confusing. I truly have no idea what it means by any of it.
Please address my sub-questions one by one to make it clear.