That's a great suggestion.
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Improvement suggestions welcome. :)
Ripple is a very interesting cryptosystem, with entirely different solutions to currency distribution and double-spends. Because of that, I feel it ought to be discussed. However, Ripple is definitely too small of a topic to deserve its own stackexchange site.
Assuming we want to allow Ripple, we have a choice:
Make a one-time exception for Ripple.
Well spotted. I agree, dropping the e.g. would make sense.
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They should be merged into one tag. My suggestion would be transaction-malleability as, while it may be the transaction id that is changed, I haven't seen it called transaction id malleability so far.
txid-malleability, malleability have been merged into transaction-malleability.
txid-malleability has been added as synonym for transaction-...
On second thought, I think that was not the best solution then.
I would like to propose the following:
The tag coinbase.com should refer to the company Coinbase.
How did Coinbase monitor BTC transactions?
How do I reset my TFA token in Coinbase?
The tag coinbase-transaction should refer to Coinbase Transactions.
Who generates the ...
This is a very good suggestion, and exactly what meta is for.
I think you are right, and I would suggest that we merge solo into solo-mining, which users can suggest and mods can do by themselves. That way, it is only a few clicks and we don't have to manually edit questions whatsoever. :)
As it is, I would assume that questions tagged with bitcoin-protocol are a subset of protocol.
I think it that I created the bitcoin-protocol in March, but today I am not sure if that made sense: While in the long run the protocols might further distinguish and it would make sense to have a bitcoin-protocol to cater to issues that specifically refer to ...
The [coinbase] tag could refer to the business and the tags description would be updated accordingly. The description should clarify that questions concerning 'coinbase transactions' are tagged with [reward].