BIP-42: A finite monetary supply for Bitcoin

Thursday, June 20, 2019

I’ve talked about BIP-42 at the 2019 Chaincode Labs Summer Residency seminar. With BIP-42 a fix for a bug in the block subsidy calculation of Bitcoin Core is described. This BIP is meant as an april-fools joke and will only become relevant in 2262.

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June 21, 2019

How Bitcoin Core works: LoadMempool() and DumpMempool()

I’ve talked about the LoadMempool() and DumpMempool() functions of Bitcoin Core at the 2019 Chaincode Labs Summer Residency seminar. These functions are used to write and read the mempool.dat file. Slides (Google Slides)

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June 14, 2019

BIP-125: Opt-in Full Replace-by-Fee Signaling

I’ve presented about BIP-125 Replace-by-Fee at the 2019 Chaincode Labs Summer Residency seminar. This talk was about the motivation, the history, other proposals and the specification of BIP-125 Replace-by-Fee. Slides (Google Slides)