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I'm running on a generally voluntaryist track here, so I'm not convinced that people should make efforts to unmask "identities" (whatever those might be, whether they are given at birth or something else adopted thereafter). In fact, there is some ev
This algorithm generates a public key, which both parties know. It's just a public key, though, so only recipient has the ability to spend the funds. According to the paper, Q is the recipient's stealth public key and c is the shared secret
A short presentation on how to get started writing Bitcoin applications with the Bitcoinj Java library. I've talked about this at the last DevHouseFriday in Cologne. Find coding examples here: Basic usage: https://github
Casascius' Bitcoin Address Utility includes a Base58 calculator. You can input into it the lowest and highest values to encode to obtain the lowest and highest strings. For example, to get the lowest Namecoin address, start with the hex representatio
However, for security reasons, I advise against sending payments directly from PHP running on a web server. You may want to introduce at least one additional layer of validation before actual payment, and that layer is probably running on a separate
If you have not seen this yet, here is a diagram by zerohedge. com I found enlightening in order to understand how transactions fit into the Bitcoin concept. The wiki at bitcoin
A deterministic wallet is a system of deriving keys from a single starting point known as a seed. The seed allows a user to easily back up and restore a wallet without needing any other information and can in some cases allow the creation of public a
Addresses are the public key of an asymmetric key pair An address represents the public key of an asymmetric key pair.
It looks like you're trying to get a key from a seed, rather than deriving a key using a path. This uses the default derivation settings, which attempt to derive a hardened key, which can't be done using an extended public key. Try an explicit, non-h