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Spacechains are a combination of two ideas, blind merge mining and perpetual one-way peg. The combined concept is called space chains. Mentioned few points from the transcript of Youtube Video by Ruben Somsen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N2ow4Q34Jeg So the key points are we're going to create some kind of blockchain but we're going to do it by ...


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For those not familiar with front running: it is the process of market/price manipulation. If I know, that a big purchase of s.th. valuable will happen, the amount of this would get more rare on the market and it's price may rise. Therefor I could quickly do my own purchase of such a good, speculating that the price will rise, and sell it after the big ...


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however payment reversals are a problem with bank wire transfers. "Different wire transfer systems and operators provide a variety of options relative to the immediacy and finality of settlement and the cost, value, and volume of transactions. Central bank wire transfer systems, such as the Federal Reserve's FedWire system in the United States, are more ...


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How can I access the coins stored in the Cryptobridge wallet? According to Cointelegraph in late 2019: [CryptoBridge] announced that all of the firm’s services and servers will be terminated within two weeks. Users will be able to withdraw funds from the exchange until Dec. 15 — the last day of operation. I'm not familiar with CryptoBridge but it seems ...


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I would like to know if there is a possibility to track my Bitcoin transfers after they have been exchanged to another crypto. There is always a possibility but it is generally beyond the capabilities and resources of a single victim. If you and other identifiable victims have lost the equivalent of millions of dollars then you may be able to get local ...


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What goes wrong is that you make a profit on every trade, but you are holding lots of bitcoin when it goes down and lots of whatevercoin when it goes down. Adverse selection causes you to take huge losses when you aren't trading! When bitcoin is going down, everybody wants you to take theirs. When bitcoin is going up, everybody wants yours.


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Sovryn is built on the Rootstock Bitcoin-sidechain. It follows that you must run software that interacts with the Rootstock sidechain in order to use Sovryn. Bitcoin Core only interacts with Bitcoin's blockchain and is not aware of the Rootstock sidechain.


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As Bisq is not a full node wallet, it must connect to a full node in order to be able to receive transactions and learn when a transaction confirms. Without a local instance of Bitcoin Core, it will simply connect to a random node on the internet (there are some built in discovery methods for how it can find a node to connect to). If Bisq detects that you ...


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Bisq Offer IDs are randomly generated and consist of 3 parts separated by "-": Prefix: between 5 to 8 characters in length Randomly generated UUID: 5 sections of 4, 2, 2, 2, & 6 hex values separated by "-" Bisq Version: "." separators removed In your first example, emzlols-7639fae0-cd4d-48cf-acc5-abc97dab89db-124, emzlols is the Prefix, 7639fae0-cd4d-...


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The usual way to do this is to use an escrow service that holds the crypto until the bank transfer or payment is deemed complete and irreversible - if the buying party attempts to reverse the payment, the escrow service would release the BTC back to you. There are organized services that do this, such as LocalBitcoins, LocalEthereum, Paxful, Counter Network,...


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The BTC arrived within an hour or so. A little scary, but it worked. The above link never shows that Crypto-bridge send the funds, so I guess they convert it and generate a new transaction.


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