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Overclocking and Incorrect/rejected shares
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If your shares are rejected, they are malformed. This is in contrast to expired shares, which were simply shares that were sent too late (i.e. the block those shares were meant for was already mined). ...

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Is Merkle tree applicable at block level also?
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Currently, this is not the case. The blockchain can be considered a linearized branch of a tree, but the Merkle root of this tree is never constant. It is not a proper Merkle tree. The only reason ...

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Casper PoS - Nodes and code execution?
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This is not true, all full nodes process state, transactions, receipts, etc. This is in fact the reason why the Scalability Problem exists, Ethereum can only process O(c) load. Whenever a transaction ...

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Where happened to this ETH, did it get burned?
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Your funds have been returned to 0x32be343b94f860124dc4fee278fdcbd38c102d88, which according to Etherscan's public data, is the Poloniex Wallet. You tried to send ETH from Poloniex to a contract ...

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How do transactions know how to behave based on the genesis block?
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The genesis blocks of sender and miner do not need to be identical per se, as long as the transaction is valid, the address has enough ether, the nonce is one more than the last outgoing transaction, ...

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"Self-destruct" use cases?
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Self-destruct (which invokes the SUICIDE opcode) is a way to call a contract to stop working. It doesn't delete the code, it just makes it not usable (sort of like commenting out code). All calls ...

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Rinkeby Ether faucet error
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What client are you using? Geth tends to have these problems with synchronizing with the network, especially when you use a GUI. You can use an online or local version of MEW. On the top right corner ...

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