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dylan
1 year ago
I'm interested in the proper way to do Metanet transactions with the parent node being an r puzzle. Is this well documented somewhere?
dylan
1 year ago
Great idea!
dylan
1 year ago
I can get this to work for anything that doesn't AND to 0x50... i.e. OP_1 & OP_3 evaluates to OP_1 no problem (0x51 & 0x53 == 0x51). Wondering if it's just how scrypt is putting 0x50 on the stack in the unlocking script?
dylan
1 year ago
Playing around with scrypt... and have another question that I'm sure is simple. I've written a basic bytewise AND contract (see attached image). My understanding is if I were to put OP_1, and OP_2 as the two inputs to this contract, it would be '0x51 & 0x52' which should be 0x50... but I cannot get the contract to evaluate to true. Am I missing something obvious?
dylan
1 year ago
Found this: https://streamanity.com/video/sHhAqoDBhbKALa?ref=a9f9e577-a056-4774-a93a-31d80a6e69fd
dylan
1 year ago
I'm looking for some guidance on spending a non-standard script and I think I'm getting confused... Let's say I make a basic locking script that evaluates to TRUE when the unlocking script is OP_10 (basic sum contract for scrypt) and I attach 1 cent of bitcoin to it. Isn't it true to say that anyone can spend this bitcoin as long as they have the scripthash + provide OP_10 as the unlocking script? What tools are there to try this out if I have a scripthash of a nonstandard output?
dylan
1 year ago
I'm looking for some guidance on spending a non-standard script and I think I'm getting confused... Let's say I make a basic locking script that evaluates to TRUE when the unlocking script is OP_10 (basic sum contract for scrypt) and I attach 1 cent of bitcoin to it. Isn't it true to say that anyone can spend this bitcoin as long as they have the scripthash + provide OP_10 as the unlocking script? What tools are there to try this out if I have a scripthash of a nonstandard output?
dylan
1 year ago
@unwriter I see a paymail associated with my profile, any reason we don't get the bitpic for this paymail as our default profile picture?