0846e91bc3afdf2275db14bcbb10e19f141069d77f17dae6bcbd907fd28f4747, which takes money out of the script address
3PJQGGnBQr8DJBdPYowd6Mp2kSWvFFo7Gk. As we can see in the input scripts, this script address references script
51210261afd7a2796e9bb83896089293f11edd2987ebbd67ed2075f5e45b7c4bb7edcb51ae, which, according to the
decodescript command, is
"asm": "1 0261afd7a2796e9bb83896089293f11edd2987ebbd67ed2075f5e45b7c4bb7edcb 1 OP_CHECKMULTISIG", "reqSigs": 1, "type": "multisig", "addresses": [ "1xW3APNVG6Ro1HY8hysmnKq8mvgVk6oPU" ], "p2sh": "3PJQGGnBQr8DJBdPYowd6Mp2kSWvFFo7Gk"
So this payment was made to anyone who has access to the key with the address
But none of the common block explorer websites seem to index this; when I ask them about the address
1xW3APNVG6Ro1HY8hysmnKq8mvgVk6oPU, they list no transactions.
Is there a block explorer that maintains a mapping from key address to the script addresses the key is mentioned in?