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It adds for invoice metadata which can be used by other programs (and potentially future versions of LND) for stateless invoices and adds support to the internal wallet for receiving and spending bitcoins to P2TR keyspend outputs, along with experimental MuSig2 support. Users can mine the bitcoins with computing power. After making the purchase, the bitcoins automatically transfer to your wallet. Replies from Pavol Rusnak and Craig Raw indicated that Trezor Wallet and Sparrow Wallet already supported the scheme Chow proposed. Although it’s already possible to refer to the key in those cases using the existing raw() descriptor, which is primarily meant to be used with tools like Bitcoin Core’s scantxoutset RPC for scanning its database of UTXOs, the new rawtr() descriptor makes it easier to use other existing descriptor fields to associate additional information with the taproot output such as key origin information. The key origin information may indicate that an alternative key generation scheme is being used, such as incremental tweaking to create vanity addresses or cooperative tweaking for privacy. 23480 updates the output script descriptor language with a rawtr() descriptor for referring to the exposed key in a taproot output in cases where either the key is used without a tweak (not recommended, see BIP341) or when the internal key and scripts aren’t known (which can be unsafe; see the PR comments or the documentation added by this PR fels).
The most significant of these is that it would allow “stateless” oracles where the parties to a contract (but not the oracle) could privately agree on what information they wanted the oracle to attest to, e.g. by specifying a program written in any programming language they knew the oracle would run. An external path used for receiving payments might be shared with less-trusted devices, e.g. uploading it to a webserver to receive payments. If the example webserver were compromised and the external addresses were leaked, the attacker would learn about each time the user received money, how much they received, and when they initially spent the money-but they wouldn’t necessarily learn how much money was sent in the initial spend, and they also might not learn about any spends that entirely consisted of spending change. Dmitry Petukhov noted that only internal and e

 

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