Bugs Discovered On Ordinals Protocol As Bitcoin Rips Above $30,000

Bugs Discovered On Ordinals Protocol As Bitcoin Rips Above $30,000

Bitcoin prices are now trading above $30,000 for the first time in over eight months. The rally coincides with the discovery of an indexing bug in Ordinals protocol, a platform where users can mint non-fungible tokens (NFTs) on Bitcoin. The 1,200 Orphaned Inscriptions On Ordinals Protocol The bug in the Ordinals protocol was discovered to have led to approximately 1,200 inscriptions that were supposed to be included in Bitcoin being excluded though they were all valid. These “orphaned” inscriptions were because the indexing flaw only caused the protocol to pick out inscriptions in the....

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