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Is it possible to use BitGo's wallet with other software (Electrum or else), what is the used derivation path?

BitGo wallets are based on a 2-of-3 multi-signature, the end user have access to: - Public key (xpub) of the 3rd signer (as the main wallet xpub) - Native Segwit (Bech32), bc1... addresses to receive ...
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How could Schnorr signatures be aggregated across the whole transaction?

I am studying the MuSig protocol and am having trouble grasping certain segments. This is my understanding thus far: In current Bitcoin CHECKMULTISIG format, the size of the signature grows linearly ...
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How to emulate SIGHASH_NOINPUT using CHECKSIGFROMSTACKVERIFY?

I read on bitcoin-dev that CHECKSIGFROMSTACKVERIFY (CHECKDATASIG in BCash) can be used to emulate new sighash flags. How would that work, concretely? As an example, please provide an example update ...
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Reading Bitcoin Raw Transaction

I want to understand Bitcoin data structure. So i try to understand a raw transaction in json format. When i checked the blockchain.info API documentation, i see that input structure is defined for ...
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Support for P2WSH-wrapped P2TR addresses

Given that Taproot addresses use a new SegWit version and a new address encoding (bech32m), it's reasonable to expect a transition from the ecosystem to this new address version similar to what we saw ...
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CVE-2012-2459 , possible code and performance improvement, is my logic correct?

ok so, in my effort to create a fullnode from scratch both for learning purpose and need (not a topic for discussion, thanks), I was looking at the code that check Merkle Root to not be vulnerable to ...
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How many bitcoin transactions can be verified per second on commodity hardware in 2020?

I am trying to figure out how many Bitcoin transactions could be verified per second. Am I correct that signature verification is more expensive than computing Merkletrees and hashes and therefore ...
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Can we measure bitcoin's accumulated work in terms of entropy (in bits) directly rather than expected number of hashes?

The Background Bitcoin tracks chain work by counting the (expected) minimum number of hashes it would take to create a chain of the same number of blocks and same difficulty steps[1]. Naturally, ...
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Obtaining historical orphaned blocks (chaintips) without old node

I'm attempting to do some research surrounding orphaned blocks within the Bitcoin network. From my understanding the best and really only way to obtain data for blocks that no longer exist in the main ...
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How to build Merkle root from merkle branches?

Is there any help/tutorial on how to build the Merkle root from stratum data? The Slushpool's stratum protocol has an example of a mining job but it does not contain any Merkle branches and I don't ...
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Format of mkey field in encrypted wallet.dat file

I am writing a C++ application to scour large files (typically disk images) for wallet.dat files, with the intention of recovering the private keys. At the moment I am struggling the data contained ...
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Can*t call chainActive.Tip()->nHeight in core.cpp

I want to call chainActive.Tip()->nHeight in core.cpp. It is not possible, I am interested in every idea. https://github.com/LIMXTEC/BitSend/blob/DEV-joshafest/src/core.cpp Here is an example : ...
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BTCJam API 500 errors

I am currently trying to set up an application using the BTCJam api. I think the api could be very useful, but I have been unable to get it to work fully, and since support isn't responding, I thought ...
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Test Network Genesis Block

I am using BitcoinJ for my java application which fetches the test network's genesis block. I referred to the basics mentioned at JavaWorld and BitcoinJ's Google Code wiki. I am able to get it ...
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bitcond and bitcoin-Qt system configuration and bandwidth requirements

What is the best operating system configuration for a computer to run (bitcoind or bitcoin-Qt) and (BFGminer or CGMiner) under Linux, assuming that it will be connected to a 3 Terrahash mining rig on ...

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