James A. Donald wrote: > > Fortunately, it's only necessary to keep a > > pending-transaction pool for the current best branch. > > This requires that we know, that is to say an honest > well … [Read more...] about Re: Bitcoin P2P e-cash paper
The original emails from Satoshi Nakamoto.
Ray Dillinger wrote: > One way to do this would be > to have the person recieving the coin generate an asymmetric > key pair, and then have half of it published with the > transaction. In order to … [Read more...] about Re: Bitcoin P2P e-cash paper
I'll try and hurry up and release the sourcecode as soon as possible to serve as a reference to help clear up all these implementation questions. Ray Dillinger (Bear) wrote: > When a coin is … [Read more...] about Re: Bitcoin P2P e-cash paper
Hal Finney wrote: > I think it is necessary that nodes keep a separate > pending-transaction list associated with each candidate chain. > ... One might also ask ... how many candidate chains must … [Read more...] about Re: Bitcoin P2P e-cash paper
In the following email, Satoshi outlines how the proof-of-work chain he developed is a solution to the Byzantine Generals' Problem James A. Donald wrote: > It is not sufficient that everyone knows … [Read more...] about Re: Bitcoin P2P e-cash paper
In this email, Satoshi makes clear the value of Bitcoin over existing payment systems. Checks can bounce a week or two later and credit cards take months to settle. A Bitcoin transaction can be … [Read more...] about Re: Bitcoin P2P e-cash paper