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Red Nov 18
Replying to @jfnewbery
what caused it to fill up so quickly?
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Mike van Rossum Nov 18
One party consolidating a ton of outputs (merging into a new output). Not sure who though, does anyone know?
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Will Cole Nov 18
Replying to @jfnewbery
Congrats to Optech. Know y’all were helping a lot of companies with their strategies to consolidate.
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Inevitable Bitcoin Nov 18
Replying to @jfnewbery
Gotta value that space, forward thinking!
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juicy.hodl Nov 18
Replying to @jfnewbery
This is awesome. Clean up your mess bitcoiners!
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Mr. KnowHow Nov 18
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Josh Zimmer Nov 18
Replying to @jfnewbery
. Hi John, any recommended resources/reading to better understand UTXOs, this technical aspect in general as well as this specific situation. I’m just trying to better understand this whole dynamic of the Bitcoin blockchain. Thank you!!
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Alex Min Nov 18
Hey there Josh, check out this field report by : As well as these resources: * *
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Maksym Nov 18
Replying to @jfnewbery
Half a million of 63 million. I'd say not enough. Need more UTXO set size reduction incentives.
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Brrrrren Westgate, M.D. Nov 22
Replying to @keymone @jfnewbery
Rising transactions fees are sufficient incentive. The fee takes a cut off every utxo so the smaller they are the less % value can be extracted when sold.
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