but they need way more than a utxo set... they need a database that says for each output where it is spent even
A little scary if this could be executed on main chain, could be used as a scare tactic. I guess we can't figure out how deep the rabbit hole goes since they run custom infrastructure
Does the client support skipping validation of the incoming txs?
of course not? what would even be the point?
luke-jr: just care about world climate
kitsu: skipping validation of your incoming txs would have basically no effect
faster ban from your peers...
kitsu: then blocksonly is even better, as your client will request not to receive transactions at all
yeah, that probably what I'm searching
if you're going to not validate them anyway that's preferable
I was in here last week asking about the same.. eventually someone put some hashrate back on and v0.12 nodes were in sync with v0.13+ testnet nodes. just unfortunate they didn't upgrade on time. I assume it's due to spending a witness output?
afk11, fork seems to an alternative full node “Bitprim”
I dumped some hashpower on testnet and killed the invalid chain
afk11: Apparently sdaftuar looked into it and said it was it due to a missing witness :/
I have a super weird problem with the tests