nick carraway
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Why dont' nodes change the block version number when the nonce overflows?
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Miners do do this, but not so simply. It is actually a recent controversial issue called ASICBoost. The version number is assigned different values as part of this algorithm. It's a bit more complex ...

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How to encode a string into a bitcoin address? (Not a brain-wallet, an address, like a vanity-address)
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I had a couple errors. The first byte of aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa should be a version number, which can be 0. 0aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa. The hash is appended to the end of the string, not the beginning. ...

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Verifying a digital signature that a transaction is going to an output with value X inside a script
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Yes, this is possible in the Bitcoin Cash blockchain only. It would also be possible in OP_CODES, but much harder. Here's how it works: In the script signature, we check both OP_CHECKSIG and ...

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