Here's the Tweet that kicks off a Twitter thread announcing this issue of the newsletter:

Bitcoin Optech newsletter #205 is here:

  • describes an easier tx replacement option
  • links to the Hertzbleed vulnerability
  • summarizes time stamping discussion conclusions
  • examines an anti-sybil protocol w/ UTXOs
  • summarizes client software changes

https://bitcoinops.org/en/newsletters/2022/06/22/

https://twitter.com/bitcoinoptech/status/1539580457058172930 https://nitter.net/bitcoinoptech/status/1539580457058172930 <-- Shows the thread in a single, easy-to-read, web page

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Here's the Announcement thread for this newsletter on Mastodon / Pleroma (Fediverse), which is easier to read than is a Twitter thread:

Bitcoin Optech newsletter #205 is here:

  • describes a proposed option for Bitcoin Core that would make it easier to enable transaction replacement even for transactions that don’t opt-in to BIP125
  • links to information about the Hertzbleed sidechannel vulnerability
  • summarizes the conclusion of a discussion about time stamping system design
  • examines a new anti-sybil protocol that uses Bitcoin UTXOs
  • summarizes changes to services and client software

https://bitcoinops.org/en/newsletters/2022/06/22/

https://x0f.org/@bitcoinoptech/108520972463463135

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On Mastodon / Pleroma (Fediverse), follow: @bitcoinoptech@x0f.org

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