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141  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Killing off the Alert System on: September 10, 2016, 01:09:27 AM
With 0.13 having removed the alert system, it seems that steps are now being taken to completely kill it off entirely. See https://lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/bitcoin-dev/2016-September/013104.html
142  Other / Meta / Account name change: knightdk --> achow101 on: September 06, 2016, 03:00:30 PM
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This is just to let everyone know that I have changed my account name (uid 290195) from knightdk to achow101. The account formerly known as achow101 (uid 466100, my alt) has been renamed to achow101_alt.

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143  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Bitcoin Core version 0.13.0 Released on: August 23, 2016, 04:18:47 PM
When downloading and installing this version, please carefully verify it. Instructions here.

Bitcoin Core version 0.13.0 is now available from:

  https://bitcoin.org/bin/bitcoin-core-0.13.0/

This is a new major version release, including new features, various bugfixes
and performance improvements, as well as updated translations.

Please report bugs using the issue tracker at github:

  https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/issues

To receive security and update notifications, please subscribe to:

  https://bitcoincore.org/en/list/announcements/join/

Compatibility



Microsoft ended support for Windows XP on April 8th, 2014,
an OS initially released in 2001. This means that not even critical security
updates will be released anymore. Without security updates, using a bitcoin
wallet on a XP machine is irresponsible at least.

In addition to that, with 0.12.x there have been varied reports of Bitcoin Core
randomly crashing on Windows XP. It is not clear
what the source of these crashes is, but it is likely that upstream
libraries such as Qt are no longer being tested on XP.

We do not have time nor resources to provide support for an OS that is
end-of-life. From 0.13.0 on, Windows XP is no longer supported. Users are
suggested to upgrade to a newer verion of Windows, or install an alternative OS
that is supported.

No attempt is made to prevent installing or running the software on Windows XP,
you can still do so at your own risk, but do not expect it to work: do not
report issues about Windows XP to the issue tracker.

Notable Changes


Database cache memory increased


As a result of growth of the UTXO set, performance with the prior default
database cache of 100 MiB has suffered.
For this reason the default was changed to 300 MiB in this release.

For nodes on low-memory systems, the database cache can be changed back to
100 MiB (or to another value) by either:

  • Adding `dbcache=100` in bitcoin.conf
  • Changing it in the GUI under `Options → Size of database cache`

Note that the database cache setting has the most performance impact
during initial sync of a node, and when catching up after downtime.


bitcoin-cli: arguments privacy


The RPC command line client gained a new argument, -stdin
to read extra arguments from standard input, one per line until EOF/Ctrl-D.
For example:

    
Code:
$ src/bitcoin-cli -stdin walletpassphrase
    mysecretcode
    120
    ..... press Ctrl-D here to end input
    $

It is recommended to use this for sensitive information such as wallet
passphrases, as command-line arguments can usually be read from the process
table by any user on the system.


C++11 and Python 3

Various code modernizations have been done. The Bitcoin Core code base has
started using C++11. This means that a C++11-capable compiler is now needed for
building. Effectively this means GCC 4.7 or higher, or Clang 3.3 or higher.

When cross-compiling for a target that doesn't have C++11 libraries, configure with
./configure --enable-glibc-back-compat ... LDFLAGS=-static-libstdc++.

For running the functional tests in `qa/rpc-tests`, Python3.4 or higher is now
required.


Linux ARM builds

Due to popular request, Linux ARM builds have been added to the uploaded
executables.

The following extra files can be found in the download directory or torrent:

  • bitcoin-${VERSION}-arm-linux-gnueabihf.tar.gz: Linux binaries for the most
      common 32-bit ARM architecture.
  • bitcoin-${VERSION}-aarch64-linux-gnu.tar.gz: Linux binaries for the most
      common 64-bit ARM architecture.

ARM builds are still experimental. If you have problems on a certain device or
Linux distribution combination please report them on the bug tracker, it may be
possible to resolve them.

Note that Android is not considered ARM Linux in this context. The executables
are not expected to work out of the box on Android.


Compact Block support (BIP 152)


Support for block relay using the Compact Blocks protocol has been implemented
in PR 8068.

The primary goal is reducing the bandwidth spikes at relay time, though in many
cases it also reduces propagation delay. It is automatically enabled between
compatible peers.

BIP 152

As a side-effect, ordinary non-mining nodes will download and upload blocks
faster if those blocks were produced by miners using similar transaction
filtering policies. This means that a miner who produces a block with many
transactions discouraged by your node will be relayed slower than one with
only transactions already in your memory pool. The overall effect of such
relay differences on the network may result in blocks which include widely-
discouraged transactions losing a stale block race, and therefore miners may
wish to configure their node to take common relay policies into consideration.


Hierarchical Deterministic Key Generation


Newly created wallets will use hierarchical deterministic key generation
according to BIP32 (keypath m/0'/0'/k').
Existing wallets will still use traditional key generation.

Backups of HD wallets, regardless of when they have been created, can
therefore be used to re-generate all possible private keys, even the
ones which haven't already been generated during the time of thebackup.
Attention: Encrypting the wallet will create a new seed which requires
a new backup!


Wallet dumps (created using the dumpwallet RPC) will contain the deterministic
seed. This is expected to allow future versions to import the seed and all
associated funds, but this is not yet implemented.

HD key generation for new wallets can be disabled by -usehd=0. Keep in
mind that this flag only has affect on newly created wallets.
You can't disable HD key generation once you have created a HD wallet.

There is no distinction between internal (change) and external keys.

HD wallets are incompatible with older versions of Bitcoin Core.

Pull request, BIP 32


Segregated Witness


The code preparations for Segregated Witness ("segwit"), as described in BIP 141, BIP 143, BIP 144, and BIP 145 are
finished and included in this release.  However, BIP 141 does not yet specify
activation parameters on mainnet, and so this release does not support segwit
use on mainnet.  Testnet use is supported, and after BIP 141 is updated with
proposed parameters, a future release of Bitcoin Core is expected that
implements those parameters for mainnet.

Furthermore, because segwit activation is not yet specified for mainnet,
version 0.13.0 will behave similarly as other pre-segwit releases even after a
future activation of BIP 141 on the network.  Upgrading from 0.13.0 will be
required in order to utilize segwit-related features on mainnet (such as signal
BIP 141 activation, mine segwit blocks, fully validate segwit blocks, relay
segwit blocks to other segwit nodes, and use segwit transactions in the
wallet, etc).


Mining transaction selection ("Child Pays For Parent")


The mining transaction selection algorithm has been replaced with an algorithm
that selects transactions based on their feerate inclusive of unconfirmed
ancestor transactions.  This means that a low-fee transaction can become more
likely to be selected if a high-fee transaction that spends its outputs is
relayed.

With this change, the -blockminsize command line option has been removed.

The command line option -blockmaxsize remains an option to specify the
maximum number of serialized bytes in a generated block.  In addition, the new
command line option -blockmaxweight has been added, which specifies the
maximum "block weight" of a generated block, as defined by BIP 141 (Segregated Witness).

In preparation for Segregated Witness, the mining algorithm has been modified
to optimize transaction selection for a given block weight, rather than a given
number of serialized bytes in a block.  In this release, transaction selection
is unaffected by this distinction (as BIP 141 activation is not supported on
mainnet in this release, see above), but in future releases and after BIP 141
activation, these calculations would be expected to differ.

For optimal runtime performance, miners using this release should specify
-blockmaxweight on the command line, and not specify -blockmaxsize.
Additionally (or only) specifying -blockmaxsize, or relying on default
settings for both, may result in performance degradation, as the logic to
support -blockmaxsize performs additional computation to ensure that
constraint is met.  (Note that for mainnet, in this release, the equivalent
parameter for -blockmaxweight would be four times the desired
-blockmaxsize.  See BIP 141 for additional details.)

In the future, the -blockmaxsize option may be removed, as block creation is
no longer optimized for this metric.  Feedback is requested on whether to
deprecate or keep this command line option in future releases.


Reindexing changes


In earlier versions, reindexing did validation while reading through the block
files on disk. These two have now been split up, so that all blocks are known
before validation starts. This was necessary to make certain optimizations that
are available during normal synchronizations also available during reindexing.

The two phases are distinct in the Bitcoin-Qt GUI. During the first one,
"Reindexing blocks on disk" is shown. During the second (slower) one,
"Processing blocks on disk" is shown.

It is possible to only redo validation now, without rebuilding the block index,
using the command line option -reindex-chainstate (in addition to
-reindex which does both). This new option is useful when the blocks on disk
are assumed to be fine, but the chainstate is still corrupted. It is also
useful for benchmarks.


Removal of internal miner


As CPU mining has been useless for a long time, the internal miner has been
removed in this release, and replaced with a simpler implementation for the
test framework.

The overall result of this is that setgenerate RPC call has been removed, as
well as the -gen and -genproclimit command-line options.

For testing, the generate call can still be used to mine a block, and a new
RPC call generatetoaddress has been added to mine to a specific address. This
works with wallet disabled.


New bytespersigop implementation


The former implementation of the bytespersigop filter accidentally broke bare
multisig (which is meant to be controlled by the permitbaremultisig option),
since the consensus protocol always counts these older transaction forms as 20
sigops for backwards compatibility. Simply fixing this bug by counting more
accurately would have reintroduced a vulnerability. It has therefore been
replaced with a new implementation that rather than filter such transactions,
instead treats them (for fee purposes only) as if they were in fact the size
of a transaction actually using all 20 sigops.


Low-level P2P changes


  • The optional new p2p message "feefilter" is implemented and the protocol
      version is bumped to 70013. Upon receiving a feefilter message from a peer,
      a node will not send invs for any transactions which do not meet the filter
      feerate. BIP 133
  • The P2P alert system has been removed in PR #7692 and the alert P2P message
      is no longer supported.
  • The transaction relay mechanism used to relay one quarter of all transactions
      instantly, while queueing up the rest and sending them out in batch. As
      this resulted in chains of dependent transactions being reordered, it
      systematically hurt transaction relay. The relay code was redesigned in PRs
      #7840 and #8082, and now always batches transactions announcements while also
      sorting them according to dependency order. This significantly reduces orphan
      transactions. To compensate for the removal of instant relay, the frequency of
      batch sending was doubled for outgoing peers.
  • Since PR #7840 the BIP35 mempool command is also subject to batch processing.
      Also the mempool message is no longer handled for non-whitelisted peers when
      NODE_BLOOM is disabled through -peerbloomfilters=0.
  • The maximum size of orphan transactions that are kept in memory until their
      ancestors arrive has been raised in PR #8179 from 5000 to 99999 bytes. They
      are now also removed from memory when they are included in a block, conflict
      with a block, and time out after 20 minutes.
  • We respond at most once to a getaddr request during the lifetime of a
      connection since PR #7856.
  • Connections to peers who have recently been the first one to give us a valid
      new block or transaction are protected from disconnections since PR #8084.


Low-level RPC changes

  • RPC calls have been added to output detailed statistics for individual mempool
      entries, as well as to calculate the in-mempool ancestors or descendants of a
      transaction: see getmempoolentry, getmempoolancestors, getmempooldescendants.
  • gettxoutsetinfo UTXO hash (hash_serialized) has changed. There was a divergence between
      32-bit and 64-bit platforms, and the txids were missing in the hashed data. This has been
      fixed, but this means that the output will be different than from previous versions.
  • Full UTF-8 support in the RPC API. Non-ASCII characters in, for example,
      wallet labels have always been malformed because they weren't taken into account
      properly in JSON RPC processing. This is no longer the case. This also affects
      the GUI debug console.
      - Asm script outputs replacements for OP_NOP2 and OP_NOP3

      - OP_NOP2 has been renamed to OP_CHECKLOCKTIMEVERIFY by BIP 65

      - OP_NOP3 has been renamed to OP_CHECKSEQUENCEVERIFY by BIP 112

      - The following outputs are affected by this change:

        - RPC getrawtransaction (in verbose mode)
        - RPC decoderawtransaction
        - RPC decodescript
        - REST /rest/tx/ (JSON format)
        - REST /rest/block/ (JSON format when including extended tx details)
        - bitcoin-tx -json
  • The sorting of the output of the getrawmempool` output has changed.
  • New RPC commands: generatetoaddress, importprunedfunds, removeprunedfunds, signmessagewithprivkey,
      getmempoolancestors, getmempooldescendants, getmempoolentry,
      createwitnessaddress, addwitnessaddress.
  • Removed RPC commands: setgenerate, getgenerate.
  • New options were added to fundrawtransaction: includeWatching, changeAddress, changePosition and feeRate.


Low-level ZMQ changes


  • Each ZMQ notification now contains an up-counting sequence number that allows
      listeners to detect lost notifications.
      The sequence number is always the last element in a multi-part ZMQ notification and
      therefore backward compatible. Each message type has its own counter.
      PR #7762.


0.13.0 Change log


Detailed release notes follow. This overview includes changes that affect
behavior, not code moves, refactors and string updates. For convenience in locating
the code changes and accompanying discussion, both the pull request and
git merge commit are mentioned.

RPC and other APIs

- - #7156 `9ee02cf` Remove cs_main lock from `createrawtransaction` (laanwj)
- - #7326 `2cd004b` Fix typo, wrong information in gettxout help text (paveljanik)
- - #7222 `82429d0` Indicate which transactions are signaling opt-in RBF (sdaftuar)
- - #7480 `b49a623` Changed getnetworkhps value to double to avoid overflow (instagibbs)
- - #7550 `8b958ab` Input-from-stdin mode for bitcoin-cli (laanwj)
- - #7670 `c9a1265` Use cached block hash in blockToJSON() (rat4)
- - #7726 `9af69fa` Correct importaddress help reference to importpubkey (CypherGrue)
- - #7766 `16555b6` Register calls where they are defined (laanwj)
- - #7797 `e662a76` Fix generatetoaddress failing to parse address (mruddy)
- - #7774 `916b15a` Add versionHex in getblock and getblockheader JSON results (mruddy)
- - #7863 `72c54e3` Getblockchaininfo: make bip9_softforks an object, not an array (rustyrussell)
- - #7842 `d97101e` Do not print minping time in getpeerinfo when no ping received yet (paveljanik)
- - #7518 `be14ca5` Add multiple options to fundrawtransaction (promag)
- - #7756 `9e47fce` Add cursor to iterate over utxo set, use this in `gettxoutsetinfo` (laanwj)
- - #7848 `88616d2` Divergence between 32- and 64-bit when hashing >4GB affects `gettxoutsetinfo` (laanwj)
- - #7827 `4205ad7` Speed up `getchaintips` (mrbandrews)
- - #7762 `a1eb344` Append a message sequence number to every ZMQ notification (jonasschnelli)
- - #7688 `46880ed` List solvability in listunspent output and improve help (sipa)
- - #7926 `5725807` Push back `getaddednodeinfo` dead value (instagibbs)
- - #7953 `0630353` Create `signmessagewithprivkey` rpc (achow101)
- - #8049 `c028c7b` Expose information on whether transaction relay is enabled in `getnetworkinfo` (laanwj)
- - #7967 `8c1e49b` Add feerate option to `fundrawtransaction` (jonasschnelli)
- - #8118 `9b6a48c` Reduce unnecessary hashing in `signrawtransaction` (jonasnick)
- - #7957 `79004d4` Add support for transaction sequence number (jonasschnelli)
- - #8153 `75ec320` `fundrawtransaction` feeRate: Use BTC/kB (MarcoFalke)
- - #7292 `7ce9ac5` Expose ancestor/descendant information over RPC (sdaftuar)
- - #8171 `62fcf27` Fix createrawtx sequence number unsigned int parsing (jonasschnelli)
- - #7892 `9c3d0fa` Add full UTF-8 support to RPC (laanwj)
- - #8317 `304eff3` Don't use floating point in rpcwallet (MarcoFalke)
- - #8258 `5a06ebb` Hide softfork in `getblockchaininfo` if timeout is 0 (jl2012)
- - #8244 `1922e5a` Remove unnecessary LOCK(cs_main) in getrawmempool (dcousens)

Block and transaction handling

- - #7056 `6a07208` Save last db read (morcos)
- - #6842 `0192806` Limitfreerelay edge case bugfix (ptschip)
- - #7084 `11d74f6` Replace maxFeeRate of 10000*minRelayTxFee with maxTxFee in mempool (MarcoFalke)
- - #7539 `9f33dba` Add tags to mempool's mapTx indices (sdaftuar)
- - #7592 `26a2a72` Re-remove ERROR logging for mempool rejects (laanwj)
- - #7187 `14d6324` Keep reorgs fast for SequenceLocks checks (morcos)
- - #7594 `01f4267` Mempool: Add tracking of ancestor packages (sdaftuar)
- - #7904 `fc9e334` Txdb: Fix assert crash in new UTXO set cursor (laanwj)
- - #7927 `f9c2ac7` Minor changes to dbwrapper to simplify support for other databases (laanwj)
- - #7933 `e26b620` Fix OOM when deserializing UTXO entries with invalid length (sipa)
- - #8020 `5e374f7` Use SipHash-2-4 for various non-cryptographic hashes (sipa)
- - #8076 `d720980` VerifyDB: don't check blocks that have been pruned (sdaftuar)
- - #8080 `862fd24` Do not use mempool for GETDATA for tx accepted after the last mempool req (gmaxwell)
- - #7997 `a82f033` Replace mapNextTx with slimmer setSpends (kazcw)
- - #8220 `1f86d64` Stop trimming when mapTx is empty (sipa)
- - #8273 `396f9d6` Bump `-dbcache` default to 300MiB (laanwj)
- - #7225 `eb33179` Eliminate unnecessary call to CheckBlock (sdaftuar)
- - #7907 `006cdf6` Optimize and Cleanup CScript::FindAndDelete (pstratem)
- - #7917 `239d419` Optimize reindex (sipa)
- - #7763 `3081fb9` Put hex-encoded version in UpdateTip (sipa)
- - #8149 `d612837` Testnet-only segregated witness (sipa)
- - #8305 `3730393` Improve handling of unconnecting headers (sdaftuar)
- - #8363 `fca1a41` Rename "block cost" to "block weight" (sdaftuar)
- - #8381 `f84ee3d` Make witness v0 outputs non-standard (jl2012)
- - #8364 `3f65ba2` Treat high-sigop transactions as larger rather than rejecting them (sipa)

P2P protocol and network code

- - #6589 `dc0305d` Log bytes recv/sent per command (jonasschnelli)
- - #7164 `3b43cad` Do not download transactions during initial blockchain sync (ptschip)
- - #7458 `898fedf` peers.dat, banlist.dat recreated when missing (kirkalx)
- - #7637 `3da5d1b` Fix memleak in TorController (laanwj, jonasschnelli)
- - #7553 `9f14e5a` Remove vfReachable and modify IsReachable to only use vfLimited (pstratem)
- - #7708 `9426632` De-neuter NODE_BLOOM (pstratem)
- - #7692 `29b2be6` Remove P2P alert system (btcdrak)
- - #7542 `c946a15` Implement "feefilter" P2P message (morcos)
- - #7573 `352fd57` Add `-maxtimeadjustment` command line option (mruddy)
- - #7570 `232592a` Add IPv6 Link-Local Address Support (mruddy)
- - #7874 `e6a4d48` Improve AlreadyHave (morcos)
- - #7856 `64e71b3` Only send one GetAddr response per connection (gmaxwell)
- - #7868 `7daa3ad` Split DNS resolving functionality out of net structures (theuni)
- - #7919 `7617682` Fix headers announcements edge case (sdaftuar)
- - #7514 `d9594bf` Fix IsInitialBlockDownload for testnet (jmacwhyte)
- - #7959 `03cf6e8` fix race that could fail to persist a ban (kazcw)
- - #7840 `3b9a0bf` Several performance and privacy improvements to inv/mempool handling (sipa)
- - #8011 `65aecda` Don't run ThreadMessageHandler at lowered priority (kazcw)
- - #7696 `5c3f8dd` Fix de-serialization bug where AddrMan is left corrupted (EthanHeilman)
- - #7932 `ed749bd` CAddrMan::Deserialize handle corrupt serializations better (pstratem)
- - #7906 `83121cc` Prerequisites for p2p encapsulation changes (theuni)
- - #8033 `18436d8` Fix Socks5() connect failures to be less noisy and less unnecessarily scary (wtogami)
- - #8082 `01d8359` Defer inserting into maprelay until just before relaying (gmaxwell)
- - #7960 `6a22373` Only use AddInventoryKnown for transactions (sdaftuar)
- - #8078 `2156fa2` Disable the mempool P2P command when bloom filters disabled (petertodd)
- - #8065 `67c91f8` Addrman offline attempts (gmaxwell)
- - #7703 `761cddb` Tor: Change auth order to only use password auth if -torpassword (laanwj)
- - #8083 `cd0c513` Add support for dnsseeds with option to filter by servicebits (jonasschnelli)
- - #8173 `4286f43` Use SipHash for node eviction (sipa)
- - #8154 `1445835` Drop vAddrToSend after sending big addr message (kazcw)
- - #7749 `be9711e` Enforce expected outbound services (sipa)
- - #8208 `0a64777` Do not set extra flags for unfiltered DNS seed results (sipa)
- - #8084 `e4bb4a8` Add recently accepted blocks and txn to AttemptToEvictConnection (gmaxwell)
- - #8113 `3f89a53` Rework addnode behaviour (sipa)
- - #8179 `94ab58b` Evict orphans which are included or precluded by accepted blocks (gmaxwell)
- - #8068 `e9d76a1` Compact Blocks (TheBlueMatt)
- - #8204 `0833894` Update petertodd's testnet seed (petertodd)
- - #8247 `5cd35d3` Mark my dnsseed as supporting filtering (sipa)
- - #8275 `042c323` Remove bad chain alert partition check (btcdrak)
- - #8271 `1bc9c80` Do not send witnesses in cmpctblock (sipa)
- - #8312 `ca40ef6` Fix mempool DoS vulnerability from malleated transactions (sdaftuar)
- - #7180 `16ccb74` Account for `sendheaders` `verack` messages (laanwj)
- - #8102 `425278d` Bugfix: use global ::fRelayTxes instead of CNode in version send (sipa)
- - #8408 `b7e2011` Prevent fingerprinting, disk-DoS with compact blocks (sdaftuar)

Build system

- - #7302 `41f1a3e` C++11 build/runtime fixes (theuni)
- - #7322 `fd9356b` c++11: add scoped enum fallbacks to CPPFLAGS rather than defining them locally (theuni)
- - #7441 `a6771fc` Use Debian 8.3 in gitian build guide (fanquake)
- - #7349 `152a821` Build against system UniValue when available (luke-jr)
- - #7520 `621940e` LibreSSL doesn't define OPENSSL_VERSION, use LIBRESSL_VERSION_TEXT instead (paveljanik)
- - #7528 `9b9bfce` autogen.sh: warn about needing autoconf if autoreconf is not found (knocte)
- - #7504 `19324cf` Crystal clean make clean (paveljanik)
- - #7619 `18b3f1b` Add missing sudo entry in gitian VM setup (btcdrak)
- - #7616 `639ec58`  [depends] Delete unused patches  (MarcoFalke)
- - #7658 `c15eb28` Add curl to Gitian setup instructions (btcdrak)
- - #7710 `909b72b` [Depends] Bump miniupnpc and config.guess+sub (fanquake)
- - #7723 `5131005` build: python 3 compatibility (laanwj)
- - #7477 `28ad4d9` Fix quoting of copyright holders in configure.ac (domob1812)
- - #7711 `a67bc5e` [build-aux] Update Boost & check macros to latest serials (fanquake)
- - #7788 `4dc1b3a` Use relative paths instead of absolute paths in protoc calls (paveljanik)
- - #7809 `bbd210d` depends: some base fixes/changes (theuni)
- - #7603 `73fc922` Build System: Use PACKAGE_TARNAME in NSIS script (JeremyRand)
- - #7905 `187186b` test: move accounting_tests and rpc_wallet_tests to wallet/test (laanwj)
- - #7911 `351abf9` leveldb: integrate leveldb into our buildsystem (theuni)
- - #7944 `a407807` Re-instate TARGET_OS=linux in configure.ac. Removed by 351abf9e035 (randy-waterhouse)
- - #7920 `c3e3cfb` Switch Travis to Trusty (theuni)
- - #7954 `08b37c5` build: quiet annoying warnings without adding new ones (theuni)
- - #7165 `06162f1` build: Enable C++11 in build, require C++11 compiler (laanwj)
- - #7982 `559fbae` build: No need to check for leveldb atomics (theuni)
- - #8002 `f9b4582` [depends] Add -stdlib=libc++ to darwin CXX flags (fanquake)
- - #7993 `6a034ed` [depends] Bump Freetype, ccache, ZeroMQ, miniupnpc, expat (fanquake)
- - #8167 `19ea173` Ship debug tarballs/zips with debug symbols (theuni)
- - #8175 `f0299d8` Add --disable-bench to config flags for windows (laanwj)
- - #7283 `fd9881a` [gitian] Default reference_datetime to commit author date (MarcoFalke)
- - #8181 `9201ce8` Get rid of `CLIENT_DATE` (laanwj)
- - #8133 `fde0ac4` Finish up out-of-tree changes (theuni)
- - #8188 `65a9d7d` Add armhf/aarch64 gitian builds (theuni)
- - #8194 `cca1c8c` [gitian] set correct PATH for wrappers (MarcoFalke)
- - #8198 `5201614` Sync ax_pthread with upstream draft4 (fanquake)
- - #8210 `12a541e` [Qt] Bump to Qt5.6.1 (jonasschnelli)
- - #8285 `da50997` windows: Add testnet link to installer (laanwj)
- - #8304 `0cca2fe` [travis] Update SDK_URL (MarcoFalke)
- - #8310 `6ae20df` Require boost for bench (theuni)
- - #8315 `2e51590` Don't require sudo for Linux (theuni)
- - #8314 `67caef6` Fix pkg-config issues for 0.13 (theuni)
- - #8373 `1fe7f40` Fix OSX non-deterministic dmg (theuni)
- - #8358 `cfd1280` Gbuild: Set memory explicitly (default is too low) (MarcoFalke)

GUI

- - #7154 `00b4b8d` Add InMempool() info to transaction details (jonasschnelli)
- - #7068 `5f3c670` [RPC-Tests] add simple way to run rpc test over QT clients (jonasschnelli)
- - #7218 `a1c185b` Fix misleading translation (MarcoFalke)
- - #7214 `be9a9a3` qt5: Use the fixed font the system recommends (MarcoFalke)
- - #7256 `08ab906` Add note to coin control dialog QT5 workaround (fanquake)
- - #7255 `e289807` Replace some instances of formatWithUnit with formatHtmlWithUnit (fanquake)
- - #7317 `3b57e9c` Fix RPCTimerInterface ordering issue (jonasschnelli)
- - #7327 `c079d79` Transaction View: LastMonth calculation fixed (crowning-)
- - #7334 `e1060c5` coincontrol workaround is still needed in qt5.4 (fixed in qt5.5) (MarcoFalke)
- - #7383 `ae2db67` Rename "amount" to "requested amount" in receive coins table (jonasschnelli)
- - #7396 `cdcbc59` Add option to increase/decrease font size in the console window (jonasschnelli)
- - #7437 `9645218` Disable tab navigation for peers tables (Kefkius)
- - #7604 `354b03d` build: Remove spurious dollar sign. Fixes #7189 (dooglus)
- - #7605 `7f001bd` Remove openssl info from init/log and from Qt debug window (jonasschnelli)
- - #7628 `87d6562` Add 'copy full transaction details' option (ericshawlinux)
- - #7613 `3798e5d` Add autocomplete to bitcoin-qt's console window (GamerSg)
- - #7668 `b24266c` Fix history deletion bug after font size change (achow101)
- - #7680 `41d2dfa` Remove reflection from `about` icon (laanwj)
- - #7686 `f034bce` Remove 0-fee from send dialog (MarcoFalke)
- - #7506 `b88e0b0` Use CCoinControl selection in CWallet::FundTransaction (promag)
- - #7732 `0b98dd7` Debug window: replace "Build date" with "Datadir" (jonasschnelli)
- - #7761 `60db51d` remove trailing output-index from transaction-id (jonasschnelli)
- - #7772 `6383268` Clear the input line after activating autocomplete (paveljanik)
- - #7925 `f604bf6` Fix out-of-tree GUI builds (laanwj)
- - #7939 `574ddc6` Make it possible to show details for multiple transactions (laanwj)
- - #8012 `b33824b` Delay user confirmation of send (Tyler-Hardin)
- - #8006 `7c8558d` Add option to disable the system tray icon (Tyler-Hardin)
- - #8046 `169d379` Fix Cmd-Q / Menu Quit shutdown on OSX (jonasschnelli)
- - #8042 `6929711` Don't allow to open the debug window during splashscreen & verification state (jonasschnelli)
- - #8014 `77b49ac` Sort transactions by date (Tyler-Hardin)
- - #8073 `eb2f6f7` askpassphrasedialog: Clear pass fields on accept (rat4)
- - #8129 `ee1533e` Fix RPC console auto completer (UdjinM6)
- - #7636 `fb0ac48` Add bitcoin address label to request payment QR code (makevoid)
- - #8231 `760a6c7` Fix a bug where the SplashScreen will not be hidden during startup (jonasschnelli)
- - #8256 `af2421c` BUG: bitcoin-qt crash (fsb4000)
- - #8257 `ff03c50` Do not ask a UI question from bitcoind (sipa)
- - #8288 `91abb77` Network-specific example address (laanwj)
- - #7707 `a914968` UI support for abandoned transactions (jonasschnelli)
- - #8207 `f7a403b` Add a link to the Bitcoin-Core repository and website to the About Dialog (MarcoFalke)
- - #8281 `6a87eb0` Remove client name from debug window (laanwj)
- - #8407 `45eba4b` Add dbcache migration path (jonasschnelli)

Wallet

- - #7262 `fc08994` Reduce inefficiency of GetAccountAddress() (dooglus)
- - #7537 `78e81b0` Warn on unexpected EOF while salvaging wallet (laanwj)
- - #7521 `3368895` Don't resend wallet txs that aren't in our own mempool (morcos)
- - #7576 `86a1ec5` Move wallet help string creation to CWallet (jonasschnelli)
- - #7577 `5b3b5a7` Move "load wallet phase" to CWallet (jonasschnelli)
- - #7608 `0735c0c` Move hardcoded file name out of log messages (MarcoFalke)
- - #7649 `4900641` Prevent multiple calls to CWallet::AvailableCoins (promag)
- - #7646 `e5c3511` Fix lockunspent help message (promag)
- - #7558 `b35a591` Add import/removeprunedfunds rpc call (instagibbs)
- - #6215 `48c5adf` add bip32 pub key serialization (jonasschnelli)
- - #7913 `bafd075` Fix for incorrect locking in GetPubKey() (keystore.cpp) (yurizhykin)
- - #8036 `41138f9` init: Move berkeleydb version reporting to wallet (laanwj)
- - #8028 `373b50d` Fix insanity of CWalletDB::WriteTx and CWalletTx::WriteToDisk (pstratem)
- - #8061 `f6b7df3` Improve Wallet encapsulation (pstratem)
- - #7891 `950be19` Always require OS randomness when generating secret keys (sipa)
- - #7689 `b89ef13` Replace OpenSSL AES with ctaes-based version (sipa)
- - #7825 `f972b04` Prevent multiple calls to ExtractDestination (pedrobranco)
- - #8137 `243ac0c` Improve CWallet API with new AccountMove function (pstratem)
- - #8142 `52c3f34` Improve CWallet API  with new GetAccountPubkey function (pstratem)
- - #8035 `b67a472` Add simplest BIP32/deterministic key generation implementation (jonasschnelli)
- - #7687 `a6ddb19` Stop treating importaddress'ed scripts as change (sipa)
- - #8298 `aef3811` wallet: Revert input selection post-pruning (laanwj)
- - #8324 `bc94b87` Keep HD seed during salvagewallet (jonasschnelli)
- - #8323 `238300b` Add HD keypath to CKeyMetadata, report metadata in validateaddress (jonasschnelli)
- - #8367 `3b38a6a` Ensure <0.13 clients can't open HD wallets (jonasschnelli)
- - #8378 `ebea651` Move SetMinVersion for FEATURE_HD to SetHDMasterKey (pstratem)
- - #8390 `73adfe3` Correct hdmasterkeyid/masterkeyid name confusion (jonasschnelli)
- - #8206 `18b8ee1` Add HD xpriv to dumpwallet (jonasschnelli)
- - #8389 `c3c82c4` Create a new HD seed after encrypting the wallet (jonasschnelli)

Tests and QA

- - #7320 `d3dfc6d` Test walletpassphrase timeout (MarcoFalke)
- - #7208 `47c5ed1` Make max tip age an option instead of chainparam (laanwj)
- - #7372 `21376af` Trivial: [qa] wallet: Print maintenance (MarcoFalke)
- - #7280 `668906f` [travis] Fail when documentation is outdated (MarcoFalke)
- - #7177 `93b0576` [qa] Change default block priority size to 0 (MarcoFalke)
- - #7236 `02676c5` Use createrawtx locktime parm in txn_clone (dgenr8)
- - #7212 `326ffed` Adds unittests for CAddrMan and CAddrinfo, removes source of non-determinism (EthanHeilman)
- - #7490 `d007511` tests: Remove May15 test (laanwj)
- - #7531 `18cb2d5` Add bip68-sequence.py to extended rpc tests (btcdrak)
- - #7536 `ce5fc02` test: test leading spaces for ParseHex (laanwj)
- - #7620 `1b68de3` [travis] Only run check-doc.py once (MarcoFalke)
- - #7455 `7f96671` [travis] Exit early when check-doc.py fails (MarcoFalke)
- - #7667 `56d2c4e` Move GetTempPath() to testutil (musalbas)
- - #7517 `f1ca891` test: script_error checking in script_invalid tests (laanwj)
- - #7684 `3d0dfdb` Extend tests (MarcoFalke)
- - #7697 `622fe6c` Tests: make prioritise_transaction.py more robust (sdaftuar)
- - #7709 `efde86b` Tests: fix missing import in mempool_packages (sdaftuar)
- - #7702 `29e1131` Add tests verifychain, lockunspent, getbalance, listsinceblock (MarcoFalke)
- - #7720 `3b4324b` rpc-test: Normalize assert() (MarcoFalke)
- - #7757 `26794d4` wallet: Wait for reindex to catch up (MarcoFalke)
- - #7764 `a65b36c` Don't run pruning.py twice (MarcoFalke)
- - #7773 `7c80e72` Fix comments in tests (btcdrak)
- - #7489 `e9723cb` tests: Make proxy_test work on travis servers without IPv6 (laanwj)
- - #7801 `70ac71b` Remove misleading "errorString syntax" (MarcoFalke)
- - #7803 `401c65c` maxblocksinflight: Actually enable test (MarcoFalke)
- - #7802 `3bc71e1` httpbasics: Actually test second connection (MarcoFalke)
- - #7849 `ab8586e` tests: add varints_bitpatterns test (laanwj)
- - #7846 `491171f` Clean up lockorder data of destroyed mutexes (sipa)
- - #7853 `6ef5e00` py2: Unfiddle strings into bytes explicitly (MarcoFalke)
- - #7878 `53adc83` [test] bctest.py: Revert faa41ee (MarcoFalke)
- - #7798 `cabba24` [travis] Print the commit which was evaluated (MarcoFalke)
- - #7833 `b1bf511` tests: Check Content-Type header returned from RPC server (laanwj)
- - #7851 `fa9d86f` pull-tester: Don't mute zmq ImportError (MarcoFalke)
- - #7822 `0e6fd5e` Add listunspent() test for spendable/unspendable UTXO (jpdffonseca)
- - #7912 `59ad568` Tests: Fix deserialization of reject messages (sdaftuar)
- - #7941 `0ea3941` Fixing comment in script_test.json test case (Christewart)
- - #7807 `0ad1041` Fixed miner test values, gave constants for less error-prone values (instagibbs)
- - #7980 `88b77c7` Smartfees: Properly use ordered dict (MarcoFalke)
- - #7814 `77b637f` Switch to py3 (MarcoFalke)
- - #8030 `409a8a1` Revert fatal-ness of missing python-zmq (laanwj)
- - #8018 `3e90fe6` Autofind rpc tests --srcdir (jonasschnelli)
- - #8016 `5767e80` Fix multithread CScheduler and reenable test (paveljanik)
- - #7972 `423ca30` pull-tester: Run rpc test in parallel  (MarcoFalke)
- - #8039 `69b3a6d` Bench: Add crypto hash benchmarks (laanwj)
- - #8041 `5b736dd` Fix bip9-softforks blockstore issue (MarcoFalke)
- - #7994 `1f01443` Add op csv tests to script_tests.json (Christewart)
- - #8038 `e2bf830` Various minor fixes (MarcoFalke)
- - #8072 `1b87e5b` Travis: 'make check' in parallel and verbose (MarcoFalke)
- - #8056 `8844ef1` Remove hardcoded "4 nodes" from test_framework (MarcoFalke)
- - #8047 `37f9a1f` Test_framework: Set wait-timeout for bitcoind procs (MarcoFalke)
- - #8095 `6700cc9` Test framework: only cleanup on successful test runs (sdaftuar)
- - #8098 `06bd4f6` Test_framework: Append portseed to tmpdir (MarcoFalke)
- - #8104 `6ff2c8d` Add timeout to sync_blocks() and sync_mempools() (sdaftuar)
- - #8111 `61b8684` Benchmark SipHash (sipa)
- - #8107 `52b803e` Bench: Added base58 encoding/decoding benchmarks (yurizhykin)
- - #8115 `0026e0e` Avoid integer division in the benchmark inner-most loop (gmaxwell)
- - #8090 `a2df115` Adding P2SH(p2pkh) script test case (Christewart)
- - #7992 `ec45cc5` Extend #7956 with one more test (TheBlueMatt)
- - #8139 `ae5575b` Fix interrupted HTTP RPC connection workaround for Python 3.5+ (sipa)
- - #8164 `0f24eaf` [Bitcoin-Tx] fix missing test fixtures, fix 32bit atoi issue (jonasschnelli)
- - #8166 `0b5279f` Src/test: Do not shadow local variables (paveljanik)
- - #8141 `44c1b1c` Continuing port of java comparison tool (mrbandrews)
- - #8201 `36b7400` fundrawtransaction: Fix race, assert amounts (MarcoFalke)
- - #8214 `ed2cd59` Mininode: fail on send_message instead of silent return (MarcoFalke)
- - #8215 `a072d1a` Don't use floating point in wallet tests (MarcoFalke)
- - #8066 `65c2058` Test_framework: Use different rpc_auth_pair for each node (MarcoFalke)
- - #8216 `0d41d70` Assert 'changePosition out of bounds'  (MarcoFalke)
- - #8222 `961893f` Enable mempool consistency checks in unit tests (sipa)
- - #7751 `84370d5` test_framework: python3.4 authproxy compat (laanwj)
- - #7744 `d8e862a` test_framework: detect failure of bitcoind startup (laanwj)
- - #8280 `115735d` Increase sync_blocks() timeouts in pruning.py (MarcoFalke)
- - #8340 `af9b7a9` Solve trivial merge conflict in p2p-segwit.py (MarcoFalke)
- - #8067 `3e4cf8f` Travis: use slim generic image, and some fixups (theuni)
- - #7951 `5c7df70` Test_framework: Properly print exception (MarcoFalke)
- - #8070 `7771aa5` Remove non-determinism which is breaking net_tests #8069 (EthanHeilman)
- - #8309 `bb2646a` Add wallet-hd test (MarcoFalke)
- - #8444 `cd0910b` Fix p2p-feefilter.py for changed tx relay behavior (sdaftuar)

Mining


- - #7507 `11c7699` Remove internal miner (Leviathn)
- - #7663 `c87f51e` Make the generate RPC call function for non-regtest (sipa)
- - #7671 `e2ebd25` Add generatetoaddress RPC to mine to an address (achow101)
- - #7935 `66ed450` Versionbits: GBT support (luke-jr)
- - #7600 `66db2d6` Select transactions using feerate-with-ancestors (sdaftuar)
- - #8295 `f5660d3` Mining-related fixups for 0.13.0 (sdaftuar)
- - #7796 `536b75e` Add support for negative fee rates, fixes `prioritizetransaction` (MarcoFalke)
- - #8362 `86edc20` Scale legacy sigop count in CreateNewBlock (sdaftuar)
- - #8489 `8b0eee6` Bugfix: Use pre-BIP141 sigops until segwit activates (GBT) (luke-jr)

Documentation and miscellaneous

- - #7423 `69e2a40` Add example for building with constrained resources (jarret)
- - #8254 `c2c69ed` Add OSX ZMQ requirement to QA readme (fanquake)
- - #8203 `377d131` Clarify documentation for running a tor node (nathaniel-mahieu)
- - #7428 `4b12266` Add example for listing ./configure flags (nathaniel-mahieu)
- - #7847 `3eae681` Add arch linux build example (mruddy)
- - #7968 `ff69aaf` Fedora build requirements (wtogami)
- - #8013 `fbedc09` Fedora build requirements, add gcc-c++ and fix typo (wtogami)
- - #8009 `fbd8478` Fixed invalid example paths in gitian-building.md (JeremyRand)
- - #8240 `63fbdbc` Mention Windows XP end of support in release notes (laanwj)
- - #8303 `5077d2c` Update bips.md for CSV softfork (fanquake)
- - #7789 `e0b3e19` Add note about using the Qt official binary installer (paveljanik)
- - #7791 `e30a5b0` Change Precise to Trusty in gitian-building.md (JeremyRand)
- - #7838 `8bb5d3d` Update gitian build guide to debian 8.4.0 (fanquake)
- - #7855 `b778e59` Replace precise with trusty (MarcoFalke)
- - #7975 `fc23fee` Update bitcoin-core GitHub links (MarcoFalke)
- - #8034 `e3a8207` Add basic git squash workflow (fanquake)
- - #7813 `214ec0b` Update port in tor.md (MarcoFalke)
- - #8193 `37c9830` Use Debian 8.5 in the gitian-build guide (fanquake)
- - #8261 `3685e0c` Clarify help for `getblockchaininfo` (paveljanik)
- - #7185 `ea0f5a2` Note that reviewers should mention the id of the commits they reviewed (pstratem)
- - #7290 `c851d8d` [init] Add missing help for args (MarcoFalke)
- - #7281 `f9fd4c2` Improve CheckInputs() comment about sig verification (petertodd)
- - #7417 `1e06bab` Minor improvements to the release process (PRabahy)
- - #7444 `4cdbd42` Improve block validity/ConnectBlock() comments (petertodd)
- - #7527 `db2e1c0` Fix and cleanup listreceivedbyX documentation (instagibbs)
- - #7541 `b6e00af` Clarify description of blockindex (pinheadmz)
- - #7590 `f06af57` Improving wording related to Boost library requirements [updated] (jonathancross)
- - #7635 `0fa88ef` Add dependency info to test docs (elliotolds)
- - #7609 `3ba07bd` RPM spec file project (AliceWonderMiscreations)
- - #7850 `229a17c` Removed call to `TryCreateDirectory` from `GetDefaultDataDir` in `src/util.cpp` (alexreg)
- - #7888 `ec870e1` Prevector: fix 2 bugs in currently unreached code paths (kazcw)
- - #7922 `90653bc` CBase58Data::SetString: cleanse the full vector (kazcw)
- - #7881 `c4e8390` Update release process (laanwj)
- - #7952 `a9c8b74` Log invalid block hash to make debugging easier (paveljanik)
- - #7974 `8206835` More comments on the design of AttemptToEvictConnection (gmaxwell)
- - #7795 `47a7cfb` UpdateTip: log only one line at most per block (laanwj)
- - #8110 `e7e25ea` Add benchmarking notes (fanquake)
- - #8121 `58f0c92` Update implemented BIPs list (fanquake)
- - #8029 `58725ba` Simplify OS X build notes (fanquake)
- - #8143 `d46b8b5` comment nit: miners don't vote (instagibbs)
- - #8136 `22e0b35` Log/report in 10% steps during VerifyDB (jonasschnelli)
- - #8168 `d366185` util: Add ParseUInt32 and ParseUInt64 (laanwj)
- - #8178 `f7b1bfc` Add git and github tips and tricks to developer notes (sipa)
- - #8177 `67db011` developer notes: updates for C++11 (kazcw)
- - #8229 `8ccdac1` [Doc] Update OS X build notes for 10.11 SDK (fanquake)
- - #8233 `9f1807a` Mention Linux ARM executables in release process and notes (laanwj)
- - #7540 `ff46dd4` Rename OP_NOP3 to OP_CHECKSEQUENCEVERIFY (btcdrak)
- - #8289 `26316ff` bash-completion: Adapt for 0.12 and 0.13 (roques)
- - #7453 `3dc3149` Missing patches from 0.12 (MarcoFalke)
- - #7113 `54a550b` Switch to a more efficient rolling Bloom filter (sipa)
- - #7257 `de9e5ea` Combine common error strings for different options so translations can be shared and reused (luke-jr)
- - #7304 `b8f485c` [contrib] Add clang-format-diff.py (MarcoFalke)
- - #7378 `e6f97ef` devtools: replace github-merge with python version (laanwj)
- - #7395 `0893705` devtools: show pull and commit information in github-merge (laanwj)
- - #7402 `6a5932b` devtools: github-merge get toplevel dir without extra whitespace (achow101)
- - #7425 `20a408c` devtools: Fix utf-8 support in messages for github-merge (laanwj)
- - #7632 `409f843` Delete outdated test-patches reference (Lewuathe)
- - #7662 `386f438` remove unused NOBLKS_VERSION_{START,END} constants (rat4)
- - #7737 `aa0d2b2` devtools: make github-merge.py use py3 (laanwj)
- - #7781 `55db5f0` devtools: Auto-set branch to merge to in github-merge (laanwj)
- - #7934 `f17032f` Improve rolling bloom filter performance and benchmark (sipa)
- - #8004 `2efe38b` signal handling: fReopenDebugLog and fRequestShutdown should be type sig_atomic_t (catilac)
- - #7713 `f6598df` Fixes for verify-commits script (petertodd)
- - #8412 `8360d5b` libconsensus: Expose a flag for BIP112 (jtimon)

Credits

Thanks to everyone who directly contributed to this release:

- - 21E14
- - accraze
- - Adam Brown
- - Alexander Regueiro
- - Alex Morcos
- - Alfie John
- - Alice Wonder
- - AlSzacrel
- - Andrew Chow
- - Andrés G. Aragoneses
- - Bob McElrath
- - BtcDrak
- - calebogden
- - Cédric Félizard
- - Chirag Davé
- - Chris Moore
- - Chris Stewart
- - Christian von Roques
- - Chris Wheeler
- - Cory Fields
- - crowning-
- - Daniel Cousens
- - Daniel Kraft
- - Denis Lukianov
- - Elias Rohrer
- - Elliot Olds
- - Eric Shaw
- - error10
- - Ethan Heilman
- - face
- - fanquake
- - Francesco 'makevoid' Canessa
- - fsb4000
- - Gavin Andresen
- - gladoscc
- - Gregory Maxwell
- - Gregory Sanders
- - instagibbs
- - James O'Beirne
- - Jannes Faber
- - Jarret Dyrbye
- - Jeremy Rand
- - jloughry
- - jmacwhyte
- - Joao Fonseca
- - Johnson Lau
- - Jonas Nick
- - Jonas Schnelli
- - Jonathan Cross
- - Joăo Barbosa
- - Jorge Timón
- - Kaz Wesley
- - Kefkius
- - kirkalx
- - Krzysztof Jurewicz
- - Leviathn
- - lewuathe
- - Luke Dashjr
- - Luv Khemani
- - Marcel Krüger
- - Marco Falke
- - Mark Friedenbach
- - Matt
- - Matt Bogosian
- - Matt Corallo
- - Matthew English
- - Matthew Zipkin
- - mb300sd
- - Mitchell Cash
- - mrbandrews
- - mruddy
- - Murch
- - Mustafa
- - Nathaniel Mahieu
- - Nicolas Dorier
- - Patrick Strateman
- - Paul Rabahy
- - paveljanik
- - Pavel Janík
- - Pavel Vasin
- - Pedro Branco
- - Peter Todd
- - Philip Kaufmann
- - Pieter Wuille
- - Prayag Verma
- - ptschip
- - Puru
- - randy-waterhouse
- - R E Broadley
- - Rusty Russell
- - Suhas Daftuar
- - Suriyaa Kudo
- - TheLazieR Yip
- - Thomas Kerin
- - Tom Harding
- - Tyler Hardin
- - UdjinM6
- - Warren Togami
- - Will Binns
- - Wladimir J. van der Laan
- - Yuri Zhykin

As well as everyone that helped translating on [Transifex](https://www.transifex.com/projects/p/bitcoin/).


Hashes for verification


These are the SHA-256 hashes of the released files:

    f94123e37530f9de25988ff93e5568a93aa5146f689e63fb0ec1f962cf0bbfcd  bitcoin-0.13.0-aarch64-linux-gnu.tar.gz
    7c657ec6f6a5dbb93b9394da510d5dff8dd461df8b80a9410f994bc53c876303  bitcoin-0.13.0-arm-linux-gnueabihf.tar.gz
    d6da2801dd9d92183beea16d0f57edcea85fc749cdc2abec543096c8635ad244  bitcoin-0.13.0-i686-pc-linux-gnu.tar.gz
    2f67ac67b935368e06f2f3b83f0173be641eef799e45d0a267efc0b9802ca8d2  bitcoin-0.13.0-osx64.tar.gz
    e7fed095f1fb833d167697c19527d735e43ab2688564887b80b76c3c349f85b0  bitcoin-0.13.0-osx.dmg
    0c7d7049689bb17f4256f1e5ec20777f42acef61814d434b38e6c17091161cda  bitcoin-0.13.0.tar.gz
    213e6626ad1f7a0c7a0ae2216edd9c8f7b9617c84287c17c15290feca0b8f13b  bitcoin-0.13.0-win32-setup.exe
    5c5bd6d31e4f764e33f2f3034e97e34789c3066a62319ae8d6a6011251187f7c  bitcoin-0.13.0-win32.zip
    c94f351fd5266e07d2132d45dd831d87d0e7fdb673d5a0ba48638e2f9f8339fc  bitcoin-0.13.0-win64-setup.exe
    54606c9a4fd32b826ceab4da9335d7a34a380859fa9495bf35a9e9c0dd9b6298  bitcoin-0.13.0-win64.zip
    bcc1e42d61f88621301bbb00512376287f9df4568255f8b98bc10547dced96c8  bitcoin-0.13.0-x86_64-linux-gnu.tar.gz
144  Economy / Digital goods / [WTS] Cryptocurrency Automatic Trader 10% Discount / OR 1 copy of CAT for 0.3 on: August 22, 2016, 06:44:29 PM
I am selling the Cryptocurrency Automatic Trader by Sampey at a 10% discount.

PM me or PM Sampey and let him know I sent you in order to get this discount.



I am also selling my copy of C.A.T for 0.3 BTC. PM me if you want it.
145  Bitcoin / Armory / Transifex translations for Armory on: August 18, 2016, 01:19:22 AM
Armory is now supporting Transifex translations for the software. The website translations will be coming soon.

Transifex: www.transifex.com/bitcoin-armory/

Please submit your translations and these will be included in future versions of Armory.

Right now the languages that we are supporting are:
  • English
  • Chinese (China)
  • Chinese (Taiwan)
  • Spanish
  • French
  • Italian
  • German
  • Russian

If there is a language that you can translate for but isn't listed, please let us know and it can be added.
146  Bitcoin / Armory / The new Armory website on: August 17, 2016, 03:09:35 PM
After talking with goatpig, we have decided to launch a new website for the Open Source Armory that goatpig has continued development on.

Visit the site at http://btcarmory.com/

The website will announce new releases and important announcements as well as host documentation for Armory. The releases are still hosted on the github page and the official contact for goatpig is still on this forum.

Pull requests to update the site are welcome. Just clone the source, make your changes, and submit a PR to the gh-pages branch.

Hosting and Source
The site is currently hosted using github pages. The source for the site is available at https://github.com/goatpig/BitcoinArmory/tree/gh-pages.

Credits and license
The site uses the jekyll now theme by Barry Clark. The source code for the site is available under the MIT License.
147  Other / Meta / Another spam bot on: August 17, 2016, 01:45:48 PM
Recently I have been seeing a newly created account creating a post with just the words
Quote
Quantum code review
and that being a link to somewhere (some linkedin page IIRC). The title of the post is usually nonsense.

Can we get the anti-spam bot on this? It's getting annoying to report those every single time.

For example: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1588435.0;topicseen#msg15951451
148  Bitcoin / Armory / Armory IRC Channel on: July 24, 2016, 02:17:21 AM
I made one, because why not? It's on freenode, #bitcoin-armory. Web interface link: https://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=bitcoin-armory.

The channel is for discussion about the software, upcoming changes, and technical discussion. No Tech Support is allowed in the channel. Those are more easily handled on the forum.
149  Other / Meta / List of all forum boards on: July 14, 2016, 02:11:24 AM
Is there a list of all of the forum boards here on Bitcointalk? Ideally it would be one that is always up to date so that I can do some futureproofing to my account price estimator site.
150  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Segregated Witness has been merged! on: June 24, 2016, 04:26:48 PM
After months of testing, coding, and work, Segregated Witness has finally been merged into Bitcoin Core: https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/8149.

Now that it has been merged, there are a few things that need to be done before release, and many things that will come after Segwit that builds upon it: https://bitcoincore.org/en/2016/06/24/segwit-next-steps/.
151  Other / Meta / Need data from the forum on: June 16, 2016, 01:09:41 PM
I'm thinking about (going to try) using the Google Prediction API: https://cloud.google.com/prediction/ to detect spam. However, in order to do so, it needs to be trained to know what spam and not spam looks like. Would it be possible for the mods or admins to give me a file with all of the posts that were deleted for being spam and the topic they were posted in?

If that is not possible, could the mods, as you delete spam posts, put them into this spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/16frPDZkHcg-WYuWtj_Qqkc0fzPtoj4kBKrjpCrlU9h4/edit?usp=sharing on the sheet labeled SPAM.

Users can also help. If you see a post that you think is spam, you can put it into the above spreadsheet. You can also put posts that you think are good and not spam into the sheet on the sheet labeled NOT SPAM. If you put things into the spreadsheet, it would be best not to include quoted stuff.

I know that this sounds like a lot of work for users and mods, but I also think that having a prediction model for spam would be a beneficial thing for this forum.

If anyone wants to help me here, feel free and please do so. If anyone has any suggestions for me for any part of this project, please let me know.
152  Bitcoin / Project Development / [ANN] Bitcoin Transaction Fee Booster on: June 11, 2016, 03:12:38 AM
Today I am announcing the Bitcoin Transaction Fee Booster.

This is my response to the constant complaints about users who are waiting a long time for confirmations. The program gives the user two options to increase the fee of their unconfirmed transactions, Replace-By-Fee for senders and Child Pays For Parent for receivers. The software will take the raw hex of a transaction, ask the user for some information, and create an unsigned transaction which can be signed outside of the program. Then the signed transaction can be broadcast from the software.

Usage
Using the Fee Booster is very simple and follows a wizard with step by step instructions.

Download the zip file from https://github.com/achow101/FeeBooster/releases. Extract everything inside to the same folder. Double click the FeeBooster.jar file to start the program.

First you enter the raw hex of the transaction and choose whether you sent or received it. Then, if you sent the transaction, you will be brought to a page which asks you to set the increased fee of the RBF transaction and the output to deduct the fee from. If you received, you will be brought to a page to select the output you want to spend from, the address to send to, and the fee for the child transaction. The next page is the unsigned transaction that the software made and you must take this to your own wallet to be signed. Lastly, the signed transaction can be broadcast from the software.

How it works
The program uses https://bitcoinfees.21.co/ to calculate the optimal fee for the transaction. It also uses blockcypher.com's api for retrieving some other information for the transaction. To send the transaction, the program uses the BitcoinJ library.

Security
The program, as of now, does not take your private keys. This is a planned feature to allow signing within the program, but currently that does not happen. The software produces an unsigned transaction which can be independently verified to see that it makes the right transaction. It will also display the transaction id of the broadcasted transaction and that can be verified to be the transaction that the user intended. This software is not malicious

Source code
The Fee Booster is open source. The source code is available at https://github.com/achow101/FeeBooster. Pull requests are welcome

License
The Fee Booster is licensed under the GNU General Public License Version 3. The full license can be found at https://github.com/achow101/FeeBooster/blob/master/LICENSE.

Donations
If you have found this program helpful, please support the developer (me) and donate to 1QDNS5XuUEcdjQn4TU4qvXRnVtVv4CsssC

Disclaimer
This software comes as is and may have some bugs. I am not responsible if you happen to lose any of your coins when using this software. Always check the transaction before you send it.

Edit: typos
153  Other / Meta / viewing all members temporarily disabled? on: May 06, 2016, 02:02:56 AM
Why?

154  Economy / Digital goods / [SOLD] Amazon Web Services Promotional codes on: May 03, 2016, 10:16:16 PM
I have 9 AWS codes that I would like to sell. Each one is good for $100. They are all from the 2015 MLH Season so only one code can be used per account. They expire December 31st, 2017.

Price is 0.025 BTC per code. PM me to buy. You must either go first or use an escrow.

Edit: 0 Remaining
155  Bitcoin / Project Development / Bitcoin blockchain fork monitor on: May 03, 2016, 12:43:00 AM
I created a project which monitors the blockchain for all of the intended hard and soft forks. It only supports forks that are assigned a BIP number and have a not insignificant fraction of the Bitcoin Community actively pursuing the fork. The website is http://www.btcforkmonitor.info/.

The current fork listing is as follows. It will be updated as new forks come out.
Pending:
  • BIP 68, 112, 113 (CSV Fork)
  • BIP 109 (Classic fork)
Deployed:
  • BIP 34 (Block v2)
  • BIP 65 (CLTV)
  • BIP 66 (Strict DER sigs)
Failed:
  • BIP 101 (XT)

The current forking method is as follows. This will also be updated as new fork mechanisms are used.
  • BIP 9 (versionbits)
  • BIP 34 (Double threshold supermajority)
  • BIP 109 (Whatever BIP 109 happens to be using which is a mix of BIP 101 and BIP 9)
(BIP 101's mechanism isn't listed because the fork is dead)

If you have any suggestions and improvements that I can make, please post them here or pm me. Feedback is welcomed.

Also, sorry for the crappy web design, I suck at web design.

Source code
The source code is hosted on github at https://github.com/achow101/ForkMonitor. The project is written in Java and uses Google Web Toolkit, ObjectDB, ZeroMQ, and bitcoind.

License
This project is licensed under the GNU Affero General Public License. See the LICENSE file for more details.

Donations
If you would like to support and donate to me, please send me some Bitcoin to 15zMaUYjxyRv9yUuGRuTbk7DZYYG8NSKnJ.
156  Economy / Service Announcements / [ANN] btcforkmonitor.info - A website to monitor all bitcoin blockchain forks on: May 02, 2016, 01:19:39 AM
Now announcing http://btcforkmonitor.info.

This is a website I created which monitors the status of all of the planned forks for Bitcoin. It includes all that have happened in the past, are currently being forked, and will be forked in the future. The forks included are ones that have been assigned a BIP number and are known to be supported by a significant fraction of the Bitcoin community.

Source Code
The source code for the website is available at https://github.com/achow101/ForkMonitor. It is written in Java and makes use of the GWT, ObjectDB, and ZeroMQ libraries.

License
This project is licensed under the GNU Affero General Public License. For more information, please see the license file.

Donations
If you would like to support me, please donate to 15zMaUYjxyRv9yUuGRuTbk7DZYYG8NSKnJ.
157  Other / Off-topic / Testing thread for bump bot on: April 17, 2016, 09:10:01 PM
This is a testing thread for an upcoming Bump Bot. Absolutely no one is allowed to post here except myself and my bot.
158  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Clearing the FUD around segwit on: April 02, 2016, 07:12:22 PM
I wrote a post on my website to try to clear up the misunderstandings that people have and spread about Segregated Witness.

http://www.achow101.com/2016/04/Segwit-FUD-Clearup

If you think I missed something or made a mistake, please let me know and I will change it. Feel free to discuss what I have written however I ask that you keep the discussion more technically oriented and less politically.

If you have any additional questions about segwit, I will try to answer them. If I think it is something that many people will ask or misunderstand, I will add it to the post.

Local rule: no posts about blockstream or claims that blockstream controls core development.

*Disclaimer: I am not one of the developers of Segwit although I have done extensive research and am in the process of writing segwit code for Armory.
159  Other / Meta / question on local rules on: March 31, 2016, 01:49:39 AM
If I create a thread, can I post something like "all posts after this post must follow this new local rule" and will that be enforced by mods as local rules in the Op are?
160  Other / Meta / ignoring users bug on: March 28, 2016, 02:49:54 AM
I was poking around with the ignore user settings, and I found that if you use the "find members" link in the ignore options at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;sa=ignprefs, it will add a name with an escaped newline (\n) for some reason and then updating the profile promptly clears the entire list of ignored members!

Also, I found that the admins can't be ignored. They don't have ignore buttons  Shocked
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