[bitcoin-dev] BIP 118 and SIGHASH_ANYPREVOUT
ZmnSCPxj at protonmail.com
Fri Jul 10 03:29:39 UTC 2020
Good morning aj,
It seems okay to me.
Slightly off-topic, but I suppose a Decker-Russell-Osuntokun construction could, in theory, have only a single internal taproot pubkey, `P = MuSig(A, B)` for a channel between A and B.
So the funding outpoint would be spent with a taprooted P + a single tapscript `<1> OP_CHECKSIG`.
Update transactions would be signed with the internal taproot pubkey using `SIGHASH_ANYPREVOUTANYSCRIPT`.
The update transaction output would be spendable with a taprooted P + a single tapscript `<index + 1> OP_CHECKLOCKTIMEVERIFY OP_DROP <1> OP_CHECKSIG`.
Each update transaction would have a monotonically-increasing `nLockTime`, i.e. the above `index`.
Then a state transaction would be signed with the internal taproot pubkey using `SIGHASH_ANYPREVOUT`, which commits to the exact script including `<index + 1>`, which is unique for each update transaction.
Thus a state transaction can only spend the specific update transaction, but the update transaction can spend the funding outpoint or any update transaction outpoint.
State transaction input would have an `nSequence` requiring a relative locktime of the agreed-upon unilateral close delay.
The above assumes MuSig signing, which requires 1.5 round trips for a channel, or three broadcast rounds for a multiparticipant (n >= 3) construction.
> Hello world,
> After talking with Christina ages ago, we came to the conclusion that
> it made more sense to update BIP 118 to the latest thinking than have
> a new BIP number, so I've (finally) opened a (draft) PR to update BIP
> 118 with the ANYPREVOUT bip I've passed around to a few people,
> Probably easiest to just read the new BIP text on github:
> It doesn't come with tested code at this point, but I figure better to
> have the text available for discussion than nothing.
> Some significant changes since previous discussion include complete lack
> of chaperone signatures or anything like it (if you want them, you can
> always add them yourself, of course), and that ANYPREVOUTANYSCRIPT no
> longer commits to the value (details/rationale in the text).
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