Aman Saggu
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How do we know which soft-forks were implemented using User-Activated Soft Fork or Miner-Activated Soft Fork?
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When did the main Bitcoin client become known as Bitcoin Core? When/Why/How did this happen?
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How do devs decide who should have commit access? what is the process?
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Satoshi introduced the 1MB block size limit in a commit. Why did Andresen make an identical commit some days later?
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BIP34, BIP66 and BIP65 should have been enforced at unique block heights. Why do different sources claim different block heights for enforcement?
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When did Satoshi Nakamoto release Bitcoin v.0.1 to the public? 08 Jan 09 or 09 Jan 09?
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Why is BIP133 listed as 'Draft' when it has been implemented for years?
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I found evidence Hal Finney was working on Bitcoin (05 Jan 09) before v.0.1 was released (09 Jan 09). Is there any evidence he was involved earlier?
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Who were the Bitcoin maintainers before 2014? When did maintainers gain/lose merge access?
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Which major/noteworthy BIPs, Soft-Forks and Hard Forks have there been since the Summer of 2017 (after SegWit/Bitcoin Cash)?
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Where can I find the core binaries for v.0.1.5 to v.0.3.21?
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Where can I find data for abandoned blocks (74,638 to 74,690) for the Value Overflow Incident when ₿184 billion BTC were accidentally created?
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What was the first BIP9 block? Block 370,434 (0x20000007) or Block 398,364 (0x30000000)?
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How were miners supposed to signal support for BIP148?
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When did BIP16 pass the 550/1000 threshold?
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What is the difference between the two transaction headers on the Bitcoin Liquid sidechain network?
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Some miners set the nVersion field of the block header to 0x8000004. What were they signalling for? Was this an error?