mmgen: #bitcoin-bans is about discussing bans
sipa: well, I'd be happy to take it to #bitcoin, but gmaxwell has banned me there, for promoting "snake oil"
well if i'm banned on #bitcoin, how can I get unbanned?
FWIW I think your tool looks cool, although I am skeptical that your alternative to BIP32 is an improvement but I'd be interested to hear about the motivation behind it (but not in this channel, perhaps #bitcoin-dev would accept such a conversation)
My logs show mmgen first joined #bitcoin on feb 23rd and in that time he his linked his tool 35 times.
also, in general #bitcoin has a lot of people who are a danger to themselves in terms of running whatever software is in front of them
gmaxwell: is this a permanent ban from #bitcoin, greg? Just asking. To be honest, I'm astounded. As a long-time participant here, I wasn't expecting this
[bitcoin] practicalswift opened pull request #15532: Remove sharp edge (uninit member) when using the compiler-generated ctor for BlockFilter (master...BlockFilterType) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/15532
dongcarl: I just tried and it lets me edit via the web interface but git push for the exact same change gives me: remote: Permission to bitcoin-core/bitcoin-devwiki.wiki.git denied to harding.
Basically Bitcoin Core could give an account number and then HWI would, if the device supports SegWit return three descriptors: "pkh([44'/0'/account]xpub/0/*])", "sh(wpkh([49'/0'/account]xpub/0/*]))" and "wpkh([84'/0'/account]xpub/0/*])" (plus change), and then our wallet imports one or all
[bitcoin] practicalswift closed pull request #15214: tests: Check for expected return values when calling functions returning a success code (master...check-return-values-in-tests) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/15214
[bitcoin] sdaftuar opened pull request #15505: [p2p] Request NOTFOUND transactions immediately from other outbound peers, when possible (master...2019-02-notfound-requests) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/15505
oh so the RPC's are written in the console in the bitcoin core app?
in bitcoin-qt you can type RPC commands in the console, yes
you can also use bitcoin-cli to send commands to a running bitcoind process
this probably belongs on #bitcoin
I am given an assignment to create a transaction to deposit 0.01 btc to a 2 of 3 multisig script. I have the public keys of three addresses and private keys of three. I have installed Bitcoin Core and configured it to a testnet. question 1: where do i write the code?
hello, i am new to coding in bitcoin. I literally can't figure anything out.