Questions tagged [package-relay]
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How would an adversary increase the required fee to replace a transaction by up to 500 times?
In the ephemeral anchors draft BIP (also discussed here) it states that without V3 transactions an adversary can increase the required fees to replace a transaction as much as 500 times. That sounds a ...
What is an ephemeral anchor and what problems do they address?
What is an ephemeral anchor and what problem(s) would their introduction address? What is their relation to anchor outputs in Lightning? Are ephemeral anchors a prerequisite for eltoo? V3 and package ...
What issues would changing the default policy in Core to mempoolfullrbf=1 resolve and which of the current policy proposals would be simplified?
What issues would changing the default mempool policy in Core to mempoolfullrbf=1 resolve and which of the current policy proposals (e.g. BIP125 replacement, V3 Policy, package RBF, discussed here) ...
What and where are the current status of the BIP 125 replacement, the V3 Policy proposal, package RBF etc?
Whenever I try to review P2P and mempool (default) policy proposals I end up going round in circles around this maze of docs, mailing list posts and pull requests. Some of them are outdated, some ...
What are packages in bitcoin core and what is their use case?
In bitcoin source code there is an entity named Package and I've seen them many places over the source code. I found this comment in src/policy/packages.h: /** A package is an ordered list of ...
If we allow zero fee transactions within new policy rules for package relay why not also allow zero satoshi outputs?
In the proposed package relay the requirement that a transaction must meet the minimum relay fee rate is relaxed (the fee rate can be zero by the new policy rules) as long as the package in its ...
A question about CPFP relaying policy
Let's say I broadcast a transaction tx0 signaling RBF replaceability. Later on, send another transaction tx1 that spends the same inputs of tx0, but this time with higher fees. In this case, tx0 is ...