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Abstract So far, the topic of merged mining has mainly been considered in a security context, covering issues such as mining power centralization or crosschain attack scenarios. In this work we show that key information for determining blockchain metrics such as the fork rate can be recovered through data extracted from merge mined cryptocurrencies. Specifically, we reconstruct a long-ranging view of forks and stale blocks in Bitcoin from its merge mined child chains, and compare our results to previous findings that were derived from live measurements. Thereby, we show that live monitoring alone is not sufficient to capture a large majority of these events, as we are able to identify a non-negligible portion of stale blocks that were previously unaccounted for. Their authenticity is ensured by cryptographic evidence regarding both, their position in the respective blockchain, as well as the Proof-of-Work difficulty. Furthermore, by applying this new technique to Litecoin and its child cryptocur rencies, we are able to provide the first extensive view and lower bound on the stale block and fork rate in the Litecoin network. Finally, we outline that a recovery of other important metrics and blockchain characteristics through merged mining may also be possible. References
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The Crypcore blockchain consists of the Cryptonote protocol and the blockexplorer. The Cryptonote protocol is an application layer protocol that was created to solve the problems associated with the bitcoin protocol.
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CoinMarketCap removed Bitcoin.com and BlockExplorer.com from their website
Apparently the paid sock puppet brigade did it. They spammed CoinMarketCap with hundreds of messages asking them to remove Bitcoin.com, BlockExplorer.com and the Bitcoin Twitter account from their website. This is really disappointing. I thought they were going to stay neutral. Shame... Edit #1: They added 1 of the links again: Bitcoin.com They still haven't added the BlockExplorer. They will still support Bitcoin Legacy so there's no reason to remove it. And regarding the Bitcoin Twitter, it's a Social feed with other crypto news so there was no reason to remove it either. Edit #2: Some have suggested a few alternatives. But some of them are pretty much the same. https://coincap.io https://coinlib.io https://www.livecoinwatch.com https://www.coingecko.com/en https://www.worldcoinindex.com https://coinranking.com/
Flippening: blockexplorer.com says: "We have made the decision to support the only bitcoin fork with a postive utility momentum, which is Bitcoin Cash.(...) We will not add future support for the Blockstream fork of bitcoin ("Bitcoin Legacy"), and will be deprecating it entirely "
BitPay is pushing this new BCH address format. They implemented BCH on their blockexplorer and copay wallet. It seems they are flirting with acceptance of BCH for merchants. Should we embrace this new transaction format in order to encourage them to accept Bitcoin Cash?
Bitcoin Block Explorer is an online block chain browser which displays the contents of individual Bitcoin blocks and transactions and the transaction histories and balances of addresses.It was originally written by theymos, but it is now operated by Liraz Siri. Each object is displayed in human-readable form, as a web page, and is given a URL. Buying crypto like Bitcoin and Ether is as easy as verifying your identity, adding a payment and clicking "Buy". Sign up for our Wallet today. A block explorer is an online browser for viewing or “exploring” all of the information on the bitcoin blockchain. With a block explorer, you can view address balances, transactions, transactions fees, the congestion of the MemPool, the number of daily transactions, current and past block rewards, the current mining difficulty, the flow of bitcoin and even view the value of bitcoin when it ... The Bitcoin.com Explorer provides block, transaction, and address data for the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Bitcoin (BTC) chains. The data is displayed within an awesome interface and is available in several different languages. One of the very first things you may encounter when you begin using Bitcoin Cash (BCH) or Bitcoin (BTC) is a block explorer. This article will help you understand what it is, how to use the Bitcoin.com block explorer, and provide you with other helpful tips and information to get you going down the path of discovering and understanding Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin, and the blockchain.
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