Podcast #128: We chat with Kent C Dodds about why he loves React and discuss what life was like in the dark days before Git. Listen now.

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Have a look at transaction 4cf5223938af49191c75379a1f26bc5f10108cf119d595056416bd1e33233669. Your transaction attempts to spend an output of 0.13605536 BTC from address 1EftVL4X4Cm2VC73p5eG1pG6eW6Kq7az3u. But that output is already spent. I suspect that you had two different wallets that had access to the same funds. Both wallets tried to spend them, ...


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as explained here I showed that the betweeness centrality of a node on the fee graph is proportional to the expected routing fees which again is proportional to the throughput of your node. So taking your throughput and dividing it by your betweeness centrality score should give you a rough estimate of how much throughput is handled by the network. That ...


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Nodes can choose to publish their throughput, but they can also stay private and go very anonymous by using the tor network for their node, this website aggregate most of the public node data https://1ml.com/statistics as they said: The statistics are aggregated and calculated from multiple nodes within the Lightning Network. Due to the decentralized ...


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Or is there a big gap in my logic? Your logic is right, it is just that no decent service will accept a payment unless 1, 3 or even 6 block confirmation. How common are such race attacks Not common at all, but if the services or the person is forced to accept unconfirmed block, here is a link with information about how to better perform and how to ...


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