Diego Stucchi
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Benefits of confirmed 0-value transactions?
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When receiving a transaction the node checks the presence of value inconsistencies in the subtangle of the chosen tips. Now, since a 0-value transaction has no value by definition, once it has been ...

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Maximum how many possible characters to transfer in a message?
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When you want to send data via MAM, you have to encode the data in a specific way. The encoded data will be inserted in the signature/message slot of your transaction (0-value txs don't need any ...

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What is the Pearldiver?
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"PearlDiver" is the name of the algorithm doing the PoW in the IRI. You can find the code in the official repo on github here.

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Is it possible to detect from which node a transaction was issued?
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In a transaction there is no field referring to the node which issued it and I don't think you're able to reconstruct the history of a transaction. I think you cannot know in any way where a ...

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What does a node do if the two selected tips it has to validate are inconsistent?
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If I'm not remembering wrong, when a discrepancy is detected the node runs again the MCMC algorithm and chooses two other tips. The inconsistent tips will remain on the tangle. The growth of the ...

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How do I decode the value (eg. 10i) in the signatureMessageFragment?
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I suggest you take a look at this question to see the structure of a transaction. The value exchanged in a transaction is not encoded in the signatureMessageFragment but has its own field. In this ...

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Creation of a DAG on a network?
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In IOTA there are no miners. If you want to broadcast your transaction to the network (to the Tangle) you have to confirm two other transactions. This means that there is no distinction between those ...

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