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What exactly is generator G in Bitcoin's elliptical curve algorithm?
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Starting with a private key in the form of a randomly generated number k, we multiply it by a predetermined point on the curve called the generator point G to produce another point somewhere else on ...

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How do I import an Electrum wallet into BitcoinJ?
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I face up the same problem(still I can not reach my balance) when I was trying to have access to my wallet through a BitcoinJ application. Despite the fact that my bitcoin address had created ...

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What are multi-signature transactions?
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An example applying a Multi-Signature transaction in the hospitality industry! The transactions of this form demand the assumption that from N public keys which remain stored in the Locking Script, ...

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Is it possible to get the public key from a transaction input that is a 'pay to public key' output?
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I can't understand your question but I will try to clarify the things for you. A Pay-to-Pub-Key transaction is a type of transaction which is generated basically from a miner in order to send back to ...

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ECKey.ECDSASignature creation
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Signing the bytes of the private key of ECKey key is unacceptable because you are vulnerable for realeasing information about your private key. In the case of signing a message(as a String) you have ...

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How do off chain transactions work?
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For example, if you use a inputs.io wallet (as you said) to pay a merchant who uses inputs.io as a payment processor, there is no point actually sending a tx to the Bitcoin network, when inputs.io can ...

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