13 thoughts on “Bitcoin Q&A: How does SegWit Bech32 save on fees?”
  1. Andreas, Yia. Question: When I try to get others involved in bitcoin, I sometimes first start by offering to send them some sats of bitcoin. But, they don't have a wallet and I am not face to face with them to help them install a wallet or decide on one. Is there a safe way to send someone bitcoin when they do not have a wallet (in order to encourage them to go get a wallet in order to accept the payment or import the private key of the address to which I sent the satoshis)? Are there any convenient electronic ways via email or the like of doing this? The educational barrier is huge for the non-initiated. So, the larger question is how should we gently initiate some encounter with Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies for those who are bit reticent?

  2. That' a very nice explanation of why P2SH-P2WKH is more expansive than P2WKH.

    And maybe you forgot to precise that Witness saves block space and so fees by leaving the signature out of the block 🙂

  3. Hello Anton! I'd love to hear your take on Cardano. Charles just recently announced they will be using Bech32 address format on the main net version of their Daedalus wallet.

  4. Κυριε Αντωνοπουλε καταρχην χαιρομαι που ενας Ελληνας ηγειτε σε εναν ακομη τομεα.Θα ηθελα να σας ρωτησω,με εκθεση 25% του portofolio στα crypto για το 2020 και το 2021 θα το χαρακτηριζατε κακη διαχειριση?Επισης θα ηταν καλο αν και εφοσων γνωριζεται Ελληνικα να κανετε και ενα βιντεο στην Ελληνικη γλωσσα ωστε να ενημερωσετε τους μη μυημενους και να προφυλλαξεται ή ενθαρυνεται τους ηδη εμπλεκομενους

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