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This will be less of a theoretical answer and more of practical guidance; while developing Secp256k1 or Bitcoin libraries, I always found the following table handy: y-parity x-order compression recovery id v even less than n false 0 27 odd less than n false 1 28 even more than n false 2 29 odd more than n false 3 30 even less than n true 0 31 odd less ...


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tx_hash_big_endian":"5da8f74aa4d6612c58c0a740b4740579db57c95828e4cdf04e7d18c23b66cb4a","tx_hash":"4acb663bc2187d4ef0cde42858c957db790574b440a7c0582c61d6a44af7a85d", Auto-correct ^ class S256Point(Point): ... def sec(self): '''returns the binary version of the SEC format''' return b'\x04' + self.x.num.to_bytes(32, 'big') \...


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