[bitcoin] laanwj closed pull request #12436: [rpc] Adds a functional test to validate the transaction version number in the RPC output (master...issue/11561/test-negative-transaction-version-numbers) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/12436
bitcoin/master 6e67754 Wladimir J. van der Laan: Merge #12436: [rpc] Adds a functional test to validate the transaction version number in the RPC output...
bitcoin/master 09b30db 251: Asserts that the tx version number is a signed 32-bit integer.
you can't, and this is off topic here. ask in #bitcoin or on bitcoin.stackexchange.com
go ask in #bitcoin, not here
I find internet documents that bitcoin was published open-source in 2008; but that some coins were active in 2007, perhaps by developers or leaked or simply shared before making it a public project.
What what the first exchange to either sell BTC to the public, or have an exchange system where you can buy coins or trade them. The most I recall on the question was that users would barter with bitcoin; and the exchanges came out where you were able to purchase them for money. I am not sure where the price correlation came around; since report and stats show the price of BTC at an inititial .003 cents; and then most charts sho
has there been any talk of moving from trusty to xenial on travis? It may be the case that we're unable to run bitcoin-qt using the functional test framework due to a bug in the version of openssl trusty uses
kallewoof: but you have a good point I think the difference conceptually is that the zmq notification protocol is specific to bitcoin core, and includes some specific implementation details, while you're trying to make a more general exchange format
[bitcoin] practicalswift closed pull request #12897: Add GetBlockIndex(const uint256& hash) for when the caller assumes that the block index exists for the given block hash (master...GetBlockIndex) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/12897
https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/issues/12897 | Add GetBlockIndex(const uint256& hash) for when the caller assumes that the block index exists for the given block hash by practicalswift · Pull Request #12897 · bitcoin/bitcoin · GitHub