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Multisignature wallet. My Telegram: @gr8den

- New wallet
- Create request
- View request
- Add signature to request
- Debug using runvmctx
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Magic Python Nov 4, 2019 at 10:38
A separate private key is used which is always verified before accept_message().
While being slow, works on our test. (one transfer with n=16, k=10)

A bit complicated code
Slow (0.189G for a transfer with n=16, k=10)
Not all features are implemented (merge signatures)
Funny Deer Nov 6, 2019 at 17:33
< Not all features are implemented (merge signatures)
> You can add signatures to exist order using script exist-order.fif
Magic Python Oct 23, 2019 at 13:47
It is a bit weird to use address serialization instead of public key serialization.

Anyway. I have a private key How do I get a public key in your format?
Funny Deer Oct 23, 2019 at 17:50
I use human-readable addresses (not hex) because it have checksum.
Yes, script for creating public keys from private key is missing.
But you can use script "create-test-keys.fif" for testing. It generate private keys and show public key.

You can generate public key address like described in new.fif usage "<public key N> is human-readable address like 0QCW0ROe4WFlIB4RyRxVMdpLEOidRN-vrM3MjaKUr1DYh4uF (for any workchain, any flags, used only public key)".

I write simple script for your case:
But I think you could use any script for creating wallet also (it generate or load pk and show public address)
Magic Python Oct 23, 2019 at 17:53
There is a user-friendly representation for public keys too. Not only for addresses.
Funny Deer Oct 23, 2019 at 18:06
Fift have functions for it? I seen only $>smca and $<smca in documentation
Magic Python Oct 23, 2019 at 18:09
pubkey>$ in TonUtil.fif. Not in fiftbase.pdf though.
Funny Deer Oct 23, 2019 at 18:24
Yes, you right. Using pubkey>$ (and parse-pubkey) is right way in this case. I didn't know about this functions. Thanks
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