👉 Bitcoin Optech #157

  • summarizes a discussion about a proposed new opcode
  • links to an updated wiki page for tracking bech32m support
  • highlights from the ‘Use script_util helpers for creating P2{PKH,SH,WPKH,WSH} scripts’ Bitcoin Core PR Review Club meeting
  • includes fourth post in the series about preparing for taproot: from P2WPKH to single-sig P2TR:

Even before taproot activates at block 709,632, you can test your code using testnet, the public default signet, or Bitcoin Core’s private regtest mode.