[talk] bitcoin+python...

Sujit K M kmsujit at gmail.com
Wed Sep 18 09:39:46 EDT 2019

On Wed, Sep 18, 2019, 4:53 AM steve.b at osfda.org <steve.b at osfda.org> wrote:

> I did some code today for address generation in bitcoin; due to its
> results being at odds with a popular library online, I wanted someone to
> check my handiwork. If you happen to find digital currency tech as
> interesting as I do, please contact me directly off this list.
> ------------------------------
> It's a pretty brief collection of statements for public key generation
> (but using an UNCOMPRESSED public key -normally compressed public keys are
> used in bitcoin to generate addresses, and that might explain the
> discrepancy...) It follows a methodology laid out in an introductory
> article on generating addresses. The code is brief, but the theory can be a
> challenge.
> No, this is not directly BSD related; but seeing as how this user group is
> the deeper end of the technical pool, perhaps someone else would find it
> interesting too (we can IMMEDIATELY reconnoiter off this list...)
> Sorry for the Email if you're not into it, but that's all I'll say on this
> channel. [If the date was close to the next meeting, I would just ask
> there; but time is tight for me, and we're still a couple of weeks away
> from that...]
I might be of no help. But currently working at work how to hide encrypted
data. Use only one public encrypted API key. Not only that it's not web
application. But looks like it is a loopy mess with the current technology.

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