I have tried to test signet to generate new block but it is showed message as below: bicoin-cli -signet -generate 1 ERROR: ProcessNewBlock: AcceptBlock FAILED (bad-signet-blksig, signet block signature validation failure)
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Signature Bank gave $20 million in PPP loans to roughly 40 firms in the digital asset space. Only nine loans were revealed in public documents last month.
One of the goals of Signet is to test proposed soft forks before they are activated on mainnet. Not only does this mean proposed soft forks such as Taproot that at the time of writing (August 2020) are at an advanced stage (BIPs reviewed, PR under review in Bitcoin Core codebase, activation discussion started) but potentially other proposed soft forks that are at a less advanced stage. It is also worth noting that despite Taproot being at an advanced stage there has still been discussion on changing the BIP (340). With less advanced proposed soft forks they could change and…
The last testnet reset was for the current testnet3 back in 2012 (not including segnet which was a testnet for SegWit before SegWit was activated on mainnet). Are we due another testnet reset? Or is there no need for testnet anymore with the introduction of Signet?
I have heard about Signet here and here. How do I get set up on Signet?