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No, it would not. --reindex only handles the data that is stored on disk. Blocks are stored in the order that they are received, which is what brought you to your current view of the blockchain. So all that would happen is that you end up at that same state. Switching to another blockchain fork requires your node to be aware of it, so you need to have ...


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While the idea is interesting, storing the size of the proofin the block itself, it would make the blocks larger, perhaps redundant, but again if we think from the perspective of "light nodes" and other clients, not full nodes this could be beneficial, but in general: Bigger blocks lead to more time for nodes -> less nodes -> more centralization But if you ...


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Liquid wallets are open and accessible to anyone. This could either be SPV wallets such as Blockstream Green or the Elements Liquid node. With these wallets you can verify transactions (your own transactions with Green, all transactions with the node). However, you can't produce blocks. To do that, you need to be one of the Liquid members. To become such a ...


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