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  • j"1NF7i6ZoMDXaJ2Q5M9QFriH74ya6r6vP8uCThere is no such thing as broadcasting directly to the P2P network M»This is not just a matter of technicalities, but also of incentives and legality. Right now very few services are offering that. But in the future, either miners directly or highly specialized second layer nodes will offer that as a service with proper SLA (service legal agreements). No serious business will ever build anything of significance if there is no legal contract being established among the parties. Sending transactions to "P2P network" is a flawed concept as it gives no stability/reliability and involves no legal standards and business practices. The market will (eventually) provide specialized services for specific use cases and will propagate transactions to as many major miners possible based on specific cases. If that service is provided by a miner itself (which is best positioned) offering, it goes the same when it comes to the structure of service. Right now miners do not have many incentives to offer those services as it would represent 0.001% (or something) of revenue. But there are entrepreneurs filling the void already. Miners will become more interested when more significant volume will appear. Merchant API and Miner ID will play an important role here. But not on its own as not every app will want to deal with all the miners at once, but rather a service with proper SLA. And no, SPV will not solve that problem for you on its own. It's just a protocol that solves scaling issues and can be utilized by any party. It doesn't mean necessarily you can talk directly to miners "P2P network" unless you limit yourself to a risk-prone hobby-grade product. At the moment the best option for this kind of service is to use https://www.mattercloud.net/. I would highly recommend it.