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July 20, 2016, 10:40:18 PM
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There is still a steady flow of high-s transactions hitting the network. The only reason they get mined now is because of some people running special nodes that mutate them to make them acceptable.

Is anyone interested in trying to find the sources?

Here is a list of txids for transactions which appear to have originally been high-S (these are the IDs for the mutated forms that had a chance to get confirmed):


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July 21, 2016, 07:37:52 AM
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I agree with amaclin. Someone (or more likely a group of people) is (are) using old wallet software.

Looking at all the transactions to about halfway down the list, I noticed that almost all transactions can be linked to users that first received BTC at least a year ago, many of them last spent any of their money over a year ago, and a large percentage of the transactions can be reasonable traced to users who received payouts from a large variety of mining pools over a year ago.

Other then mining pools, I did not see any noticeable pattern of where the BTC was spent from. I believe that these are not being sent by any major business.

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August 18, 2016, 10:55:06 AM
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in my case it was an old SPV client causing a high-s transaction
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