BTC Transactions

Bitcoin transactions are relatively simple data objects. They involve inputs and outputs which differ by the sum earned by the miner. There is an unlocking or locking script for each input and output. Finally, each transaction has a unique number and timestamp. We researched the distribution of the key characteristics, with some surprising results.

Transactions with total amounts of 1,000 and above have very few inputs and/or outputs (1 or 2). These transactions also occur frequently (red). The fewer inputs and/or outputs, the more frequently these transactions appear in the bitcoin blockchain. Transactions with lower total amounts (less than 1,000) have many inputs and/or outputs.

Complete Revision of the Federal Data Protection Act

Complete Revision of the Federal Data Protection Act: „As of 15th September 2017, draft and report for a completely revised Federal Data Protection Act is public. In a first step parliament and the people agreed to adaptations in order to be compliant with EU law. The second part of the revision is debated by the parliament since September 2019. Data Protection is to be increased by giving people more control over their private data as well as reinforcing transparency regarding the handling of confidential data.”


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