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CRYPTO DEV DIGEST: BCH Devs Meet Ahead of Upgrade, Crescent Cash Paper Wallets, Taproot on Bitcoin Cash?

TL;DR: Crypto Dev Digest (CDD) documents cryptocurrency development, highlighting the projects and persons working under the hood. BCH devs meet ahead of the November 15, 2019 upgrade. A thought experiment involves bringing over Taproot to Bitcoin Cash. More dev-related businesses are incorporating in Wyoming, and Crescent Cash has an easy-to-use, clean paper wallet platform. 

BCH Devs Meet Ahead of Upgrade

Amaury Séchet – Bitcoin ABC, Antony Zegers – Bitcoin ABC, Jason B. Cox – Bitcoin ABC, Mark Lundeberg – Independent BCH Developer, Chris Pacia – BCHD, Tyler Smith – BCHD, Jason Dreyzehner – BitAuth, Josh Green – Bitcoin Verde, and Matias Garcia – BitPay joined by video conference, hosted by David R. Allen, to discuss issues related to the upgrade just days away.

Avalanche was tossed around a bit, but they mostly centered discussion on the November 15th, 2019 upgrade for Bitcoin Cash. They also looked for a specification regarding the Bitcoin Unlimited BUIP121. For the next upgrade, there was chatter regarding allowing for more than one OP_RETURN output per transaction, a new DAA, possibly making P2PKH256 outputs standard, and to look into the 520 byte script limit as it relates to P2SH script length in particular.

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  • CashTippr WP Plugin Update

  • SLP Faucet IP Restriction

  • Flowee on a Simple Xeon Server

  • BCHD HashCache

  • All Roads Leading to Wyoming

  • CashScript 0.2.2

  • BCH 25 Unconfirmed Tx Layer 2 Solution?

  • Clean, Easy Paper Wallets from Crescent Cash

  • Kudos to Read.cash

BCH Devs

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