Yes, all addresses in the BTC blockchain are public. But they can be traced, obviously.
On a Bitcoin network using XRP , all IPs and IP ranges associated with the Ripple consensus would be private . False/I know that if I place a send from my address 22.214.171.124: during the time at block height….at localhost:8001, it will appear on ledger xrp wallet to my actual IP or whatever networking cable is connecting me directly to internet…right? In case someone enters “126.96.36.199” in their wallet when trying to P2SH this transaction…wouldnt he have been able to see an outgoing transaction from somebody else’s address if he does not have a direct NET connection? Same for BIP34 or whatever argument you want to apply here……….but in practical scenario it seems that without having a direct wired connection to internet, one cannot simply take incoming broadcast messages from anywhere in our local area ? No good reason why not it should appear ? Or i’m missing something (for example how non-public Bitcoin nodes could receive such broadcasts)?
I know that all addresses in the BTC blockchain are public. But they can be traced, obviously.On a Bitcoin network using(XCP) , all IPs and IP ranges associated with the Consensus would be false/privateHow did Thor do let say 1 million satoshis and another 1 million satoshis appears next day