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Why do compressed and uncompressed public keys have to produce different addresses?

My question is: Why cant you just uncompress the compressed public key (effectively making it an uncompressed public key) and then derive the address. That way even if you use the compressed key, ...
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Actively used bech32(m) address with invalid checksum?

The following address uses witness version 0 Correct. and its checksum is the one expected for bech32m addresses. No, it uses the bech32 checksum. What makes you conclude that it is bech32m? ...
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Can I receive bitcoins to a address which was used 2017

Addresses are forever. If someone sends sats there, then anyone with access to an up-to-date blockchain explorer can verify if the transaction successfully completed. Owning . It's difficult to know ...
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How to analyze BTC flow in many to many transaction

Is there a way to know in above setup which input address sent which amount to output address? No I've looked into the transaction algorithm and my conclusion is that it is all mostly random ...
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