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HD is really about back-ups and wallet recovery, a multisig address can be created from any public keys regardless how/where they were generated. Heck you could use the same public key 3 times, although I wouldn't recommend it I'm just trying to prove a point. To answer your exact questions: How does the generation of the other 2 Master Keys happen? Do you ...


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In the Bitcoin Core wallet, it depends: For P2PK outputs to a public key that's in your wallet, yes for current wallet versions, but this won't be the case for the new "descriptor" wallets (unless explicitly imported). For bare multisig, only when explicitly imported. Before PR 13002, bare N-of-N multisig was automatically treated as incoming ...


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Firstly, it is worth emphasizing that both classic MuSig (referred to here as "MuSig") and MuSig-DN are relatively new cryptographic schemes and the paper for MuSig-DN is fresh off the presses at the time of writing (September 2020) with no current implementation. So use both at your own risk but even more so for MuSig-DN. The MuSig paper needed to ...


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