Chaincode Residency, UTXO Accumulators, Miniscript, Probabilistic Soft Forks ~ Bitcoin OpTech #32

This week’s newsletter includes an announcement of the 2019 Chaincode Residency program, summarizes a few talks from the Stanford Blockchain Conference, and provides the usual list of notable code changes in popular Bitcoin infrastructure projects.

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3 Comments on Chaincode Residency, UTXO Accumulators, Miniscript, Probabilistic Soft Forks ~ Bitcoin OpTech #32

    • Oh, something seems to have been messed up during the upload and rendering on YouTube!
      Thanks for letting me know!

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