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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Ripple Giveaway! on: June 26, 2013, 11:25:08 AM
2  Other / Корзина / Re: 3 2 1... on: June 22, 2013, 08:59:39 PM
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3  Local / Бизнес / Re: Цепочка слов 7на7 (простая игра, приз - 0.07 btc) on: June 22, 2013, 08:57:54 PM
4  Other / Корзина / Re: Отчего я застрял в новичках ? on: June 22, 2013, 08:56:57 PM
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5  Other / Корзина / Re: мусор on: June 22, 2013, 08:56:01 PM
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6  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Scripts to explore relations (privacy) on: June 03, 2011, 09:32:57 PM

'script' is an unfortunately chosen word. 'condition' would be better. scripted payments are just conditional payments containing idempotent instructions regarding the completion of a transaction.[/quote]

Exactly, so I can (if IsStandard is not used, which I dod not know that it exists) state a condition and I will see if the condition is true by observing if the money is spent or not. This is the privacy issue (which is solved by turning the feature off it seems).

Maybe you dan decline - I just dont know how in the standard client.

(And I am still searching for some background info who (besides the receipient of a transaction) can evaluate the condition for verification).

7  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Scripts to explore relations (privacy) on: June 03, 2011, 08:56:41 PM
I was impressed to find out, that Transactions can have a pretty complex scripting logic (and they typically dont need to use that feature). One thing which catched my attention was the sample that you can require multiple signatures to be present. So if I sent a bitcoin transaction with a script which contains a "check if receiver has keya and keyb" I can determine if two addresses have the same owner - or more specifically are in the same wallet.

Is this correct, is this considered a privacy problem?

How (besides having multiple wallets) can I protect against that. Is there a way to not accept transactions with some scripts. Who is actually executing those scripts, and how are they asking me for the proof signatures? If my client is executing the script, can I lie about the interpretation result (since it is hashed in the block, but not necesarily possible to be repeated).

8  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: why it doesn't show from what address bitcoins came? on: June 03, 2011, 07:55:12 PM
I agree it is natural to want to know who sends you the money.  That would be a nice feature to add to Bitcoin.
Showing a 'from' address in bitcoin as it is now won't give you that feature, it will give you something that kind-of, sort-of, maybe-most-of-the-time works like that feature.
And it's not obvious how to implement a "where did these bitcoins come from?" feature.

I recommend you remove the "From:" field, if it is never used in the detail screen. But it would be nice if you can print the identifying information (like the transaction id or the block number) if that is known. Because it will speed up finding it in the blockexplorer. Maybe even make it a configurable URL with that information. (and default the template to

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