Bitcoin : Exploring validation order!
To further explore validation order and maybe help a bit in getting the issues straightened out, I have created a repository with a very simple python program in it:
It comes with a `README.md` which should allow you to navigate around just by going to the github – read `validate.py` for the details of what I am trying to say with code here, basically.
On a more political note: Note that this is something I would have expected from the folks who propose canonical transaction ordering. Not only this, but a much more detailed exploration of the details of changing the validation order – and explained in an accessible way. This, and the broken motivations from Vermorel’s paper make me still very wary on this issue.
In any case, further insights welcome.
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