./keyconv -c 5JVyzR3wUqJJB2aV7twThzs3HftVeZ2fH9rqpsGvWuTc76c1yFj 6JWNzw3CpQdqavm8XaNXNQVEn2bhc5aZwy8zkt4xf8B191Mf2e9
Does anyone know if this means that doge and litecoin split keys are not possible with this? or do I have to read through the entire codebase?
I checked the source code of the keyconv, it only combines two private keys an generates a new key.
For the address verification it assumes the prefix that is related to bitcoin, for some reason the -X option is not here for various address confirmations.
For combining the private keys it is actually not needed.
So I took your bitcoin adress to the site: http://brainwallet.org/#converter
convert the bitcoin to hex
input = base58, output is hex
1GHeVSRy4CiSnrCwydCJ3yMVJszpZfEELB ==> 00a7afd6658acf743094ad9458033b77ab2c4ead4572a7dfd4
replace the 00 prefix (bitcoin) for 1e (equal to 30.. I suppose dogecoin)
copy the result in the input box
input = hex, output is base 58
1ea7afd6658acf743094ad9458033b77ab2c4ead4572a7dfd4 ==> DLRk2hNcMccjKrPYiDBrbjX6C1j7tgjDpX
Inserting this private key in a Dogecoin wallet should give the prefix DLR I guess.....If the hashing is the same..
the generated code:
is not 100% equal to the actual code
Thats because the SHA hash checksum is not calculated in prefix mode to gain time, this effect is only at the end of the address.