[Bitcoin-development] Presenting a BIP for Shamir's Secret Sharing of Bitcoin private keys

Tamas Blummer tamas at bitsofproof.com
Wed Apr 23 05:33:32 UTC 2014


So you agree, that SSS should not contain specific flag for testnet?

Or for that matter not even BIP32 needs them since it is not an address to send to.

Regards,

Tamas Blummer
http://bitsofproof.com

On 22.04.2014, at 20:46, Gregory Maxwell <gmaxwell at gmail.com> wrote:
> Testnet is not normally addressed in BIPs at all, except for soft fork
> bips that had compressed deployment schedules on testnet.  For address
> like specification we have always used a version byte and there is a
> common encoding for version bytes that flags the network ID in the
> byte.
> 

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