[bitcoin-dev] Proposal: extend bip70 with OpenAlias

Mike Hearn hearn at vinumeris.com
Mon Jul 20 14:42:05 UTC 2015

> In my previous post, I was suggesting to *not* include the proof in the
> request, because the payer can download it independently. Only the final
> signature is needed. What makes DNSSEC interesting is not the size of
> the proof, but rather the fact that you can request it easily, and in a
> canonical way.

Yes, but you still need the final signature. Is it possible to use an EC
signature with DNSSEC? I thought it was an all-RSA system. If I'm wrong
about that, and all you need is 32 bytes, then my argument does not hold.
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