Understanding how ordinals work with the Bitcoin blockchain. What is exactly stored on the blockchain?
Was the lifting of the Taproot transaction size limit "accidental"? Why would ordinals want to fill a block with OP_RETURNs?
Does any current SegWit or blocksize increase proposal also seek an increase in the OP_RETURN byte limit?
In the bitcoin scripting language, how can I access other outputs of the transaction? Or how else can I limit how the coins may be spent?
Why isn't it possible to add an OP_RETURN (or some arbitrary script) inside a taproot script path with a descriptor?
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