An indexer is like a programmatic block explorer. All eCash businesses need an indexer in one form or another, for example for address indexing. We aim to create a reference indexer that won’t break as we continue developing Bitcoin ABC, thereby providing a major benefit to the ecosystem.
This draft reusable address format, if widely adopted, seeks to provide a major improvement over existing systems in terms of net gain in all five areas, as well as more flexibility in choosing desirable compromises depending on usecases under one common format.
This rule prevents a hash griding attack, where SPV wallets can confuse a 64 byte transaction for a merkle node. The amount of entropy in each 32-byte sections of the transaction is insufficient to prevent a preimage attack. In this case, a valid transaction could be found with a hash equal to the first, or last, 32 bytes of a 64-byte transaction.
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Major performance and usability improvements to historical charts.
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Allow viewing historical record of previous proposals on both BTC and BCH chains.
Improved block explorer.
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