[Lightning-dev] Simplifying revocation through a new opcode for general signature verification?

Mark Friedenbach mark at friedenbach.org
Tue Mar 8 19:23:33 UTC 2016


How is that in practice any different than a hash preimage?
On Mar 8, 2016 2:21 PM, "Martijn Meijering" <martijn.meijering at mevs.nl>
wrote:

> Now that we almost have SegWit and its soft fork mechanism for upgrading
> the scripting system, wouldn't it be a good idea to introduce a new opcode
> for signature verification for arbitrary but appropriately
> length-restricted messages? Instead of maintaining mirror images of txs and
> going through the dance of revealing hash preimages, wouldn't it be easier
> to to sign a message that revokes a previous balance (with hash + sequence
> number)? Am I overlooking anything? This looks like a simple new opcode
> that could substantially simplify the LN protocol.
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