I had a multi-sig address M (starting with 3) that I was trying to send a small amount of coins to. I was playing around with BCCAPI and the coins got sent to an "ordinary" address A (starting with 1)
I had supplied M to the library but somehow the signed tx had the address A
I know who controls M but no one seems to control A. I am trying to see if the funds can be recovered by someone controlling M.
Is there any relation between the two addresses? I'd prefer not to post the actual addresses yet. However, the fact that I used BCCAPI might give some clue.
Here is the code (in Scala) that I used:
val M = "3..." // multi-sig address val receiver = com.bccapi.bitlib.model.Address.fromString(M, netParams) val so = new com.bccapi.bitlib.model.ScriptOutputStandard(receiver.getTypeSpecificBytes()) ...