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But what I can say is that for Bitcoin to succeed, it needs to successfully remain a crowd. But what’s interesting is that once we start having ideas, concrete ideas on how to do that local reputation, we can actually deploy it on our node in a shadow mode, where you will still relay all the HTLCs, but you will keep track of the reputation, and you will record the decision you would have made if we would have activated that code. And for this, one of the promising solutions is to use local reputation, where you track how much fee revenue every one of your peers has generated for you in the past, and you only allocate them liquidity bandwidth for something that would lose less than what they made you earn in the past basically. Mike Schmidt: Does it feel like this is moving towards experimenting and figuring out one solution, and that all implementations and node-runners and going to use that solution, even if it’s a combination of techniques; or is this more something that different implementations may have different combinations of keys and different algorithms for reputation, and maybe even users would be able to configure that; which direction do you see that going?

PTLC fixes that by making sure that instead of using the preimage of a SHA256 hash and its hash, we’re going to use elliptic curve points and their private keys. So, this is really making progress. So, it would sort of become a, “He said, she said” situation where, sure, people could have these lists or could claim that certain nodes are better, or make a personal opinion listing of what the best nodes are, but there is no incentive or reason why other peers should trust in. And the risk can be managed with an appropriate position size for your unique financial situation and goals. Hardware wallets such as Trezor and Ledger are strongly encouraged in mitigating that risk. Bitcoin is a distributed ledger that keeps track of how much money has been sent from one address to the another. Blockchain ETFs track the market prices and companies that have invested in their fund. In comparison to Tether (USDT), the market of DAI is quite volatile, and still effective. And then we’ll have a better idea of whether anyone can do their own thing and still be protected, or if it’s better that everyone applies the same reputation algorithm to make it work.

The idea behind redundant overpayments is that when you are trying to send a big payment across the network, you’re usually going to split it across multiple routes because you won’t be able to find a single route that will be able to carry that whole payment in one go. You may also find that CoinJoin and similar projects, because they’re mostly free, aren’t user-friendly, and the work behind the scenes on them is from volunteers that are just passionate about the project. This is a very easy way to solve fast jamming, but the issue is that it has an impact on normal users as well, 바이낸스 가입 – recent post by Trackerfans – because if you’re a normal user, you try to make payments, you have a lot of failures before you actually get to the recipient, you will have paid upfront fees for failures that you may think are not your fault, not something you should be paying for. T-bast, can you talk about the issues with either peer being allowed to propose a commitment transaction and why turn-taking may be a good idea?

I have no idea if it’s like a guy in a basement just mining Bitcoins and doing whatever. It’s really hard to find a good reputation algorithm that would seem to work. So, that’s why we haven’t moved that much to change it, because we finally have something that seems to work across implementations. I don’t know. That’s up to people to figure out, I guess. So the one, Bastien, you’re talking about, I think that’s spear actually. This is how it was called in 2019 or 2020 when it was first proposed, and this is something we could do easily with onion messages and PTLCs, but it’s less efficient than boomerang or spear. So it’s like 100% of liquidity required, then 200%, then 300%. Whereas boomerang and spear allow you to do essentially fractions above a 100%, is that right? Mike Schmidt: And those techniques that you mentioned, is that the boomerang and the spear that we mentioned in the newsletter? Mike Schmidt: All right. Mike Schmidt: But it doesn’t prevent that information, that local information, from being shared outside of the protocol, right?

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