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What the CoinWallet.eu tx-flood stress-test means for you and how to deal with it
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Steake Jun 22, 2015

This was /really/ useful.
Thank you very much!

Steake commented Jun 22, 2015

This was /really/ useful.
Thank you very much!

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brighton36 Jun 22, 2015

Nice coverage Peter. Thanks for taking the time to write this.

brighton36 commented Jun 22, 2015

Nice coverage Peter. Thanks for taking the time to write this.

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molecular Jun 22, 2015

thanks Peter, very useful

molecular commented Jun 22, 2015

thanks Peter, very useful

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qertoip Jun 22, 2015

Good summary, thanks.

qertoip commented Jun 22, 2015

Good summary, thanks.

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gurnec Jun 22, 2015

FYI as of v0.93.2 released Jun-10-2015, Armory by default calls Bitcoin Core's estimatefee RPC to recommend the tx fees.

gurnec commented Jun 22, 2015

FYI as of v0.93.2 released Jun-10-2015, Armory by default calls Bitcoin Core's estimatefee RPC to recommend the tx fees.

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jayd3e Jun 22, 2015

Awesome, thanks for the detailed description. 👍

jayd3e commented Jun 22, 2015

Awesome, thanks for the detailed description. 👍

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chris-belcher Jun 22, 2015

Am I right in thinking fee/kB will always be the important metric?
I.E there would never be a situation where another measure was used, namely absolute fee or something else?

chris-belcher commented Jun 22, 2015

Am I right in thinking fee/kB will always be the important metric?
I.E there would never be a situation where another measure was used, namely absolute fee or something else?

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luke-jr Jun 22, 2015

@chris-belcher It's completely up to the individual miners to decide what policies they will use.

luke-jr commented Jun 22, 2015

@chris-belcher It's completely up to the individual miners to decide what policies they will use.

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samouraiwallet Jun 23, 2015

Very useful, thank you.

samouraiwallet commented Jun 23, 2015

Very useful, thank you.

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droark Jun 27, 2015

Thanks, Peter. Very concise and readable at high and low levels. A lot of food for thought here.

droark commented Jun 27, 2015

Thanks, Peter. Very concise and readable at high and low levels. A lot of food for thought here.

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Beanow Sep 8, 2015

Looks like Tradeblock has taken up #3. https://tradeblock.com/bitcoin/
Particularly the table view shows a clear real-time analysis.
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Beanow commented Sep 8, 2015

Looks like Tradeblock has taken up #3. https://tradeblock.com/bitcoin/
Particularly the table view shows a clear real-time analysis.
Mempool stats

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