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Unable to verify Bitcoin 23.0 release due to developer keys being untrusted/uncertified

I have then ran gpg --verify SHA256SUMS.asc SHA256SUMS and when I do this, gpg is reporting multiple keys are not certified with a trusted signature - there is no indication that the signature belongs ...
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Is taproot considered nonstandard to older clients?

P2TR outputs (and higher-version native witness outputs) are standard since Bitcoin Core v0.19: https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/15846 Inputs spending P2TR outputs are non-standard in all ...
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Consider only deposits in a bitcoind’s RPC call listsinceblock transaction returned JSON

Unless you're mining (yourself, not via a pool), you will never see categories "generate", "immature", or "orphan". "send" is only for transactions you create ...
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Dust threshold for Testnet

The dust threshold is defined as (output_weight+input_weight)×discard_feerate. The discard_feerate is defined as 3 s/vB. It follows that you need to know the input_weight to calculate an output's dust ...
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Pruning Blockchain and creating multi wallets

No, Bitcoin Core needs to rescan the blockchain from the time the wallet was created to recover its transaction history. If the birthday of the wallet is older than the blocks you retain due to ...
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How can I send all coin from bitcoind in one command without being manually involved?

It sounds like you want to send all wallet funds in a single-line command. In a Unix shell, this should work: bitcoin-cli sendtoaddress <address> $(bitcoin-cli getbalance) "" "&...
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Same blockhash that appears more times in a bitcoind’s rpc call listsinceblock transaction returned json

Since the txid differs it represents two different transactions in the same block.
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Can a receive transaction be 0 in a bitcoind’s rpc call listsinceblock transaction returned json?

I think creating zero value UTXOs would be an attack, attempting to clog Bitoin nodes. See What is meant by Bitcoin dust? Questions about dust
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What stops someone from tampering with node software and hence would be able to disrupt the blockchain?

Other nodes would not relay or accept invalid blocks that were produced by the modified node. Each node creates their own copy of the blockchain. Each node checks (verifies/validates) all the data it ...
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