Privacy best practices?

Don’t scan the blockchain. ElectrumSV only does it because we have to.

Potential best practices

Transaction exchange and merge avoidance

Benford’s law and change management



Final thoughts

Other priorities are higher

  • It highlights that we may need to push for the prerequisites as soon as possible, like multi-transaction payments and recipient provided outputs.
  • If community members with a minimal required level of development skill wish to learn Bitcoin SV it’s part of a wider pool of tasks that they could pick from and attempt to develop, with mentoring from my co-developer AustEcon [SV] and I.

What do you think?




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