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Of course Taproot isn't activated at all so all nodes would have treated my transaction as an anyone-can-spend and my transaction would easily have made it into a block. No, the new output types for soft forks are constructed in a manner that they are non-standard for old nodes and thus do not get included in the mempool by old nodes, and therefore also not ...


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As Pieter said in the comments there are Taproot test vectors that have recently been merged into BIP 341. You can also find additional P2TR spends on signet, testnet on block explorers e.g. mempool.space. Any transaction that is spending from a tb1p address is a Taproot spend (tb1q is SegWit version 0 and tb1p is SegWit version 1 as discussed here). ...


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