[Bitcoin-development] Build your own nHashType

Stephen Morse stephencalebmorse at gmail.com
Wed Apr 8 19:50:02 UTC 2015


Seeking feedback on a proposal that will allow a transaction signer to
explicitly specify what is to be serialized for the signature hash. The
basic idea is to make the nHashType general enough that we won't need a new
sighash flag every time a new use case comes up.

If implemented into bitcoin (via a soft fork), this would make malleability
almost a non-issue (the TXID referenced by inputs just need to be updated
previous TX changes) and would enable hardware wallets to securely sign
without needing to download/process each transaction it spends from.

Please let me know your thoughts.

https://github.com/scmorse/bitcoin-misc/blob/master/sighash_proposal.md
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