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Peer-to-Peer (P2P) applications share resources and communicate in a decentralized or distributed architecture. Often application nodes communicate directly with each other or cooperate to do work which benefits other nodes or the overall P2P system. In a pure P2P system, there is no distinction between client and server.

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tomasz1986 commented Nov 12, 2020

Right now, Syncthing seems to always use LF for line endings in config.xml and .stignore. This is a problem in Windows when trying to edit those using the built-in Notepad, which until very recently had no support for other line endings than CRLF. Support for them has only been added in the very recent versions of Windows 10.

The problem is that when opening those files in Notepad under old

alexbosworth commented Aug 10, 2020


When a node has multiple private channels with the same peer, the hop hints in their payment requests will be populated with multiple channels. The purpose of these hop hints is to specify the next node's key and indicate the fees and cltv delta needed for route construction.

In pathfinding, due to non-strict forwarding, an LND node paying to this destination will only use the

harsha20599 commented May 9, 2020

Since the URLs are just a gate pass for the video call, there might be a chance of getting intruders into the call with a simple brute force.

Users feel more secure if we have some passcode or approval from the creator to join into call.

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