Questions on: bip32

LOGGING IN WITH YOUR WALLET ID To log into your wallet you need your Wallet ID, your password, and any two-step verification that you have enabled. Your Wallet ID is a string of random letters and numbers that acts as a username. You can find it by n
Two Python implementations exist: PyCoin (https://github. com/richardkiss/pycoin) is a suite of utilities for dealing with Bitcoin that includes BIP0032 wallet features. BIP32Utils (https://github
OK, I got it working with pybitcointools. The command, bip32_hdm_script, as one can infer, returns hex of the P2SH redeemscript using the specified BIP32 master public/private keys (which is no different to using mk_multisig_script(pubkey1 pubkey2 pu
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
I am using the Electrum wallet. Recently, I used my Public master key on the Mycelium Gear site to create a widget. This widget generates Bitcoin addresses, which I want to manage with my Electrum wallet
I am trying to replicate in python what the Electrum wallet does during (deterministic) wallet creation. IMHO the docs are a bit sparse on this one bit maybe because its only performed once for most users, all the tutorials etc. seem to focus on the
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
Sign and Verify Messages Sometimes it's helpful to prove to another party that you control an address, but without transferring funds. If you are wary of submitting photographic verification information, you can instead opt to sign a transaction from
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
Let's assume a BIP-32 compliant HD wallet is also BIP-39 and BIP-44 compliant. Let's next assume that when you first configured your BIP-39 compliant HD wallet it provided you the following set of words to be used to reconstitute your master seed: sm