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This week, three questions were asked about Zcash with a total of three answers: Zcash proposal to use checkpoints to verify monetary supply – 2quick 4u [+2] Is equihash/scrypt suitable for pooled mining? – fiction [+4] How to generate a zcash vanity address? – 5chdn [+3] Thanks for posting!


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There were five questions asked about Segregated Witness during the challenge with a total of four answers: Using segwit and creating Pay-To-Witness (P2WPKH) addresses – m1xolyd1an [+2] How was the 95% miner adoption threshold determined? – 2quick 4u [+2] How is the transaction's nVersion field changed with segregated witness? – StephenM347 [+2] How do you ...


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zcash is launching on Oct-28, so I'm totally supporting the weekly challenge for Zcash for next week.


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Segregated Witness will deliver the last prerequisite for beta versions of lightning-network to go live on the mainnet. Perhaps now would be a good time to ask and learn more about it.


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This week, two questions were asked about Mimblewimble with a total of one answer (perhaps you can add another?): How does Mimblewimble's security model compare to Bitcoin's? – nate [+6] How does MimbleWimble avoid transaction graph leaks? – Nick ODell [+5] Thanks for posting!


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So far, one question has been asked about Replace-by-Fee: What restrictions are there to the application of opt-in RBF?


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So, one topic that comes up on Reddit a lot lately is the lightning-network. There is some confusion about it, and some honest differences in opinion how it would work out. We currently have 17 questions about it. A lot of people have some sense of what it is, but I imagine that there are quite a few open questions.


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