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breavyn
1 year ago
So I just come across this. Rolling forward happens if the node didn't shutdown cleanly. If you're running a node in docker, when issuing a stop or restart command, docker only gives 10 seconds by default for the process to stop. You can provide the -t flag to increase this timeout. See https://docs.docker.com/engine/reference/commandline/container_stop/
breavyn
1 year ago
TLDR; Miners will propagate their blocks before they are mined. There are several 'thin block' protocols that have existed since before BSV split. These work on the assumption that the block recipient already has most of the raw transactions on hand, and can reconstruct the complete block using transaction ids. There are even ways to only send partial transaction ids. BSV intends to take this one step further. Miners create a block template and through the process of mining attempt to solve th
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breavyn
1 year ago
Not exactly. This license only applies to the BitcoinSV reference node implementation. Miners are free to create their own implementations, or even fork the implementation from v0.1.1 (Feb 2019 licensed as MIT). This would allow miners to fork the chain without infringing the Open BSV License.