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Re: [libreplanet-discuss] appreciation payment protocol

From: Patrick Anderson
Subject: Re: [libreplanet-discuss] appreciation payment protocol
Date: Sat, 25 Aug 2012 09:33:01 -0600

Ramana Kumar wrote:
> written to use the data from a server
> without storing a local copy.

Maybe this is already done in Java?: {BitCoinJ implements the "simplified
payment verification" mode of Satoshis paper. It does not store a full
copy of the block chain, rather, it stores what it needs in order to
verify transactions with the aid of an untrusted peer node.}

> write a bitcoin client in extremely clear, well-documented
> Haskell, and then get people to read it, etc., and try to
> push that as the new specification

Find libbitcoin libcoin

Experimental protocols:

There are many others, including some
that use the GPU for hashing.

I remember another project I found a
while ago that integrated bitcoin with
bittorrent to allow nodes to pay other
nodes to stay alive for longer periods.

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