Questions on: multi-sig-transactions

This isn't a question about kickstarter really, just a way for me to phrase my question about the crypto in terms that I can understand. My understanding, based on this article.
My guess is that you are using weak passphrases to generate your keys. This is a common mistake with brain wallets. It is well known that there are bots that scan the blockchain for any unspent coins contained in an address generated from a weak pass
You can find stats on P2SH here: http://p2sh. info/dashboard/db/p2sh-statistics "Pay to script hash Pay to script hash (P2SH) transactions were standardised in BIP 16. They allow transactions to be sent to a script hash (address starting with 3) inst
We have Just found out that BlackBank Market has implemented the use of Multisig transactions, once every market that does that in the correct way deserve our support, you can find the market at this address: http://omo6o7akcampiryq. onion Or at our
The Satoshi client has support for multi-signature transactions through the JSON-RPC API since version 0. 6. 1rc2
Check the third output script: OP_1 032487c2a32f7c8d57d2a93906a6457afd00697925b0e6e145d89af6d3bca33016 02308673d16987eaa010e540901cc6fe3695e758c19f46ce604e174dac315e685a OP_2 OP_CHECKMULTISIG Essentially it's saying that in order for the transaction
I've posted this in Project Development, but figured I may as well mention it here too. I've written a PHP CLI script for signing multisig transactions, where the private keys are in an electrum wallet. Essentially the program prompts for a redeem sc
1776 is a marketplace offering a bit more friendly implementation of 3-multisig transactions, we have been chatting with the developer “Tom”, for quite a few months as we worked on this marketplace, ans we are happy to be the first to introduce it no