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There are more competing web browsers than ever, with many serving different niches. One example is Brave, which has an unapologetic focus on user privacy and comes with a radical reimagining of how online advertising ought to work. Brave is based on Chromium, the open-source code that forms the basis for Google Chrome. But is it any good? And for those using Google Chrome, is it worth switching to Brave?
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''' 1) Why are alts like 'Blackcoin' on the rich list wallet tracker, but not XRP or cardano? 2) Why would someone own over 100K usd in 'Blackcoin' or 'Vertcoin' when their liquidity is so low? Are they most likely the creators? 3) On the Bitcoin wallet rich list, why is there no wallet with 900,000 bitcoins or so (Satoshi Nakamoto's stash)? Even if he did have numerous wallets, unless he had like a thousand different wallets, I can't see addresses with enough bitcoins to cover that amount. ''' BitInfo.com questions. Go1dfish undelete link unreddit undelete link Author: Zaidinator7
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Satoshi Nakamoto - He is probably not dead like some people speculate
I was always curious about the identity of the Bitcoin inventor - Satoshi Nakamoto. I was reading the initial research paper about Bitcoin and noticed the e-mail address at the start of the paper. I sent an e-mail containing the text "Hello world!" to the specified address as an experiment. A couple of days later, I got a notification in the e-mail tracker tab of my browser. Satoshi Nakamoto had actually read the e-mail(proof: https://imgur.com/a/uZQrJ)! This probably doesn't completely rule out the possibility that he's dead though. But it does probably reduce the probability and also shows that he checks his e-mails regularly.
Bitcoin Core 0.13.1 released | Wladimir J. van der Laan | Oct 27 2016
Wladimir J. van der Laan on Oct 27 2016: -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA512 Bitcoin Core version 0.13.1 is now available from: https://bitcoin.org/bin/bitcoin-core-0.13.1/ Or through bittorrent: magnet:?xt=urn:btih:dbe48c446b1113890644bbef03e361269f69c49a&dn;=bitcoin-core-0.13.1&tr;=udp%3A%2F%2Ftracker.openbittorrent.com%3A80%2Fannounce&tr;=udp%3A%2F%2Ftracker.publicbt.com%3A80%2Fannounce&tr;=udp%3A%2F%2Ftracker.ccc.de%3A80%2Fannounce&tr;=udp%3A%2F%2Ftracker.coppersurfer.tk%3A6969&tr;=udp%3A%2F%2Ftracker.leechers-paradise.org%3A6969&ws;=https%3A%2F%2Fbitcoin.org%2Fbin%2F This is a new minor version release, including activation parameters for the segwit softfork, various bugfixes and performance improvements, as well as updated translations. Please report bugs using the issue tracker at github: https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/issues To receive security and update notifications, please subscribe to: https://bitcoincore.org/en/list/announcements/join/ Compatibility Microsoft ended support for Windows XP on April 8th, 2014, an OS initially released in 2001. This means that not even critical security updates will be released anymore. Without security updates, using a bitcoin wallet on a XP machine is irresponsible at least. In addition to that, with 0.12.x there have been varied reports of Bitcoin Core randomly crashing on Windows XP. It is not clear what the source of these crashes is, but it is likely that upstream libraries such as Qt are no longer being tested on XP. We do not have time nor resources to provide support for an OS that is end-of-life. From 0.13.0 on, Windows XP is no longer supported. Users are suggested to upgrade to a newer version of Windows, or install an alternative OS that is supported. No attempt is made to prevent installing or running the software on Windows XP, you can still do so at your own risk, but do not expect it to work: do not report issues about Windows XP to the issue tracker.
From 0.13.1 onwards OS X 10.7 is no longer supported. 0.13.0 was intended to work on 10.7+,
but severe issues with the libc++ version on 10.7.x keep it from running reliably. 0.13.1 now requires 10.8+, and will communicate that to 10.7 users, rather than crashing unexpectedly. Notable changes Segregated witness soft fork Segregated witness (segwit) is a soft fork that, if activated, will allow transaction-producing software to separate (segregate) transaction signatures (witnesses) from the part of the data in a transaction that is covered by the txid. This provides several immediate benefits:
Elimination of unwanted transaction malleability: Segregating the witness
allows both existing and upgraded software to calculate the transaction identifier (txid) of transactions without referencing the witness, which can sometimes be changed by third-parties (such as miners) or by co-signers in a multisig spend. This solves all known cases of unwanted transaction malleability, which is a problem that makes programming Bitcoin wallet software more difficult and which seriously complicates the design of smart contracts for Bitcoin.
Capacity increase: Segwit transactions contain new fields that are not
part of the data currently used to calculate the size of a block, which allows a block containing segwit transactions to hold more data than allowed by the current maximum block size. Estimates based on the transactions currently found in blocks indicate that if all wallets switch to using segwit, the network will be able to support about 70% more transactions. The network will also be able to support more of the advanced-style payments (such as multisig) than it can support now because of the different weighting given to different parts of a transaction after segwit activates (see the following section for details).
Weighting data based on how it affects node performance: Some parts of
each Bitcoin block need to be stored by nodes in order to validate future blocks; other parts of a block can be immediately forgotten (pruned) or used only for helping other nodes sync their copy of the block chain. One large part of the immediately prunable data are transaction signatures (witnesses), and segwit makes it possible to give a different "weight" to segregated witnesses to correspond with the lower demands they place on node resources. Specifically, each byte of a segregated witness is given a weight of 1, each other byte in a block is given a weight of 4, and the maximum allowed weight of a block is 4 million. Weighting the data this way better aligns the most profitable strategy for creating blocks with the long-term costs of block validation.
Signature covers value: A simple improvement in the way signatures are
generated in segwit simplifies the design of secure signature generators (such as hardware wallets), reduces the amount of data the signature generator needs to download, and allows the signature generator to operate more quickly. This is made possible by having the generator sign the amount of bitcoins they think they are spending, and by having full nodes refuse to accept those signatures unless the amount of bitcoins being spent is exactly the same as was signed. For non-segwit transactions, wallets instead had to download the complete previous transactions being spent for every payment they made, which could be a slow operation on hardware wallets and in other situations where bandwidth or computation speed was constrained.
Linear scaling of sighash operations: In 2015 a block was produced that
required about 25 seconds to validate on modern hardware because of the way transaction signature hashes are performed. Other similar blocks, or blocks that could take even longer to validate, can still be produced today. The problem that caused this can't be fixed in a soft fork without unwanted side-effects, but transactions that opt-in to using segwit will now use a different signature method that doesn't suffer from this problem and doesn't have any unwanted side-effects.
Increased security for multisig: Bitcoin addresses (both P2PKH addresses
that start with a '1' and P2SH addresses that start with a '3') use a hash function known as RIPEMD-160. For P2PKH addresses, this provides about 160 bits of security---which is beyond what cryptographers believe can be broken today. But because P2SH is more flexible, only about 80 bits of security is provided per address. Although 80 bits is very strong security, it is within the realm of possibility that it can be broken by a powerful adversary. Segwit allows advanced transactions to use the SHA256 hash function instead, which provides about 128 bits of security (that is 281 trillion times as much security as 80 bits and is equivalent to the maximum bits of security believed to be provided by Bitcoin's choice of parameters for its Elliptic Curve Digital Security Algorithm [ECDSA].)
More efficient almost-full-node security Satoshi Nakamoto's original
Bitcoin paper describes a method for allowing newly-started full nodes to skip downloading and validating some data from historic blocks that are protected by large amounts of proof of work. Unfortunately, Nakamoto's method can't guarantee that a newly-started node using this method will produce an accurate copy of Bitcoin's current ledger (called the UTXO set), making the node vulnerable to falling out of consensus with other nodes. Although the problems with Nakamoto's method can't be fixed in a soft fork, Segwit accomplishes something similar to his original proposal: it makes it possible for a node to optionally skip downloading some blockchain data (specifically, the segregated witnesses) while still ensuring that the node can build an accurate copy of the UTXO set for the block chain with the most proof of work. Segwit enables this capability at the consensus layer, but note that Bitcoin Core does not provide an option to use this capability as of this 0.13.1 release.
Script versioning: Segwit makes it easy for future soft forks to allow
Bitcoin users to individually opt-in to almost any change in the Bitcoin Script language when those users receive new transactions. Features currently being researched by Bitcoin Core contributors that may use this capability include support for Schnorr signatures, which can improve the privacy and efficiency of multisig transactions (or transactions with multiple inputs), and Merklized Abstract Syntax Trees (MAST), which can improve the privacy and efficiency of scripts with two or more conditions. Other Bitcoin community members are studying several other improvements that can be made using script versioning.
Activation for the segwit soft fork is being managed using BIP9 versionbits. Segwit's version bit is bit 1, and nodes will begin tracking which blocks signal support for segwit at the beginning of the first retarget period after segwit's start date of 15 November 2016. If 95% of blocks within a 2,016-block retarget period (about two weeks) signal support for segwit, the soft fork will be locked in. After another 2,016 blocks, segwit will activate. For more information about segwit, please see...[message truncated here by reddit bot]... original: https://lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/bitcoin-dev/2016-Octobe013265.html
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