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20:52:47gmaxwell:I wonder if commited UTXO shouldn't really be indexed by H(txid) instead of txid? This would open up the possibility of storing the txout as Enc(txout, txid) so you don't have to store potentially problematic data that someone managed to get stuffed into the chain.
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23:02:56gmaxwell:oh hey, fun. On a sort of lark I sent the NIST beacon people an email with some random suggestions, in particular— they they should implement forward sealing for their signatures. I got a thoughtful reply from someone at NIST basically right away (From John Kelsey, who was one of the people working on SHA3 at NIST)