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March 08, 2014, 06:18:43 PM
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Just discovered this... AWESOME!!!
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March 08, 2014, 06:26:29 PM
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I have a feature request...

... I'd like to be able to use this script on an offline computer... but right now it checks the balance of the multisig address and won't let me generate a transaction if it think that address has a zero balance. If I'm not online, I'm not sure if it would let me generate a transaction or not... any tips or workarounds?
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March 08, 2014, 06:57:20 PM
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I have a feature request...

... I'd like to be able to use this script on an offline computer... but right now it checks the balance of the multisig address and won't let me generate a transaction if it think that address has a zero balance. If I'm not online, I'm not sure if it would let me generate a transaction or not... any tips or workarounds?

I'll probably just edit the source code locally for what I want... but, for what it's worth, I think other people may want to run this on an offline computer too.

Just made my first successful multisignature transaction with this. Pretty sweet.
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March 10, 2014, 05:38:54 PM
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Thanks for doing this important work for Bitcoin.  I think tools like this are really important to keeping things accessible and useful.

https://blockchain.info/tx/edd6cac670dd5ac99016dff17025faa8a953b6df59ed37ac9ffbbaeb7c2c1939

Feature request: Signed release notes

I don't think it is necessary to do what is being done with bitaddress.org (single source file with checksum built into filename) but a signed release would be cool.

A simple version log simple like:

--- Version 0.1 2014.03.10 ----
: sha1sum index.html js/* css/*
217379fdde1e208fcebef231e4e45af87db108cc  index.html
add6e1cd5358e701748df05d27b1ea12242ea2bd  js/bitcoinjs-min.js
66c84a3b3549a33997247e1f8032f172453682d3  js/bootstrap.js
15a81fe4074f920898e98b1b42cf11bda26da0a8  js/bootstrap.min.js
ae49e56999d82802727455f0ba83b63acd90a22b  js/jquery-1.9.1.min.js
64ccd2fa29f517043101a651845a3e73e29fd2db  css/bootstrap.css
ff1c6a04dd80cba8521a850cae728abb41ea9ef3  css/bootstrap.min.css
95d87b7b04ee6dd10a855127ea1bcfa75afdeada  css/bootstrap-theme.css
3b38955d745c3fa36017f3cb7d72ceb18c587e66  css/bootstrap-theme.min.css
8297b8f4d686ec6c65981077514975e06ce41812  css/style.css

In this version, angry wombats should no longer plague users.  Also, badger mode is enabled by default as it is very popular.


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March 11, 2014, 10:59:41 AM
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Thanks for doing this important work for Bitcoin.  I think tools like this are really important to keeping things accessible and useful.

https://blockchain.info/tx/edd6cac670dd5ac99016dff17025faa8a953b6df59ed37ac9ffbbaeb7c2c1939

Feature request: Signed release notes

I don't think it is necessary to do what is being done with bitaddress.org (single source file with checksum built into filename) but a signed release would be cool.

A simple version log simple like:

--- Version 0.1 2014.03.10 ----
: sha1sum index.html js/* css/*
217379fdde1e208fcebef231e4e45af87db108cc  index.html
add6e1cd5358e701748df05d27b1ea12242ea2bd  js/bitcoinjs-min.js
66c84a3b3549a33997247e1f8032f172453682d3  js/bootstrap.js
15a81fe4074f920898e98b1b42cf11bda26da0a8  js/bootstrap.min.js
ae49e56999d82802727455f0ba83b63acd90a22b  js/jquery-1.9.1.min.js
64ccd2fa29f517043101a651845a3e73e29fd2db  css/bootstrap.css
ff1c6a04dd80cba8521a850cae728abb41ea9ef3  css/bootstrap.min.css
95d87b7b04ee6dd10a855127ea1bcfa75afdeada  css/bootstrap-theme.css
3b38955d745c3fa36017f3cb7d72ceb18c587e66  css/bootstrap-theme.min.css
8297b8f4d686ec6c65981077514975e06ce41812  css/style.css

In this version, angry wombats should no longer plague users.  Also, badger mode is enabled by default as it is very popular.


Thanks, I'm glad you like the project, and thanks for the tip, very grateful.

I will happily include a checksum log with any future updates, good suggestion!

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March 11, 2014, 01:52:18 PM
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I have a feature request...

... I'd like to be able to use this script on an offline computer... but right now it checks the balance of the multisig address and won't let me generate a transaction if it think that address has a zero balance. If I'm not online, I'm not sure if it would let me generate a transaction or not... any tips or workarounds?

I'll probably just edit the source code locally for what I want... but, for what it's worth, I think other people may want to run this on an offline computer too.

Just made my first successful multisignature transaction with this. Pretty sweet.

I will have a think about this feature and consider adding it to the next update.

coinb.in - Open Source, Multi Signature, HD Wallet and more! | Donate: 1CWHWkTWaq1K5hevimJia3cyinQsrgXUvg
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March 11, 2014, 03:05:59 PM
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I have a feature request...

... I'd like to be able to use this script on an offline computer... but right now it checks the balance of the multisig address and won't let me generate a transaction if it think that address has a zero balance. If I'm not online, I'm not sure if it would let me generate a transaction or not... any tips or workarounds?

I'll probably just edit the source code locally for what I want... but, for what it's worth, I think other people may want to run this on an offline computer too.

Just made my first successful multisignature transaction with this. Pretty sweet.

I will have a think about this feature and consider adding it to the next update.

I'll make sure to donate if you do Wink
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March 14, 2014, 03:05:09 AM
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Very nice implementation. Watching it.
I have a a couple of quick questions if someone can clarify.

1) What are the requirements / pre-requisite softwares or client that is required to be running on the server to implement it.

2) On coinb.in/multisig i see that there is a 1% Agent fee option. How does that work? Is it like as soon as the multi-address is funded, the 1% fee is sent to OutCast3k's (or any agent's) bitcoin address.?

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March 20, 2014, 11:29:10 PM
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Do 3 of 4 transactions work? Somebody told me that miners won't mine them...

EDIT: Nevermind, just did a 3 of 4 transaction that was mined successfully. Great!
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March 23, 2014, 05:37:58 PM
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Trying to figure out how the signature process works (so far only getting rejections). Do I broadcast signed(txn,key1)+signed(txn,key2) or do I broadcast signed(signed(txn,key1),key2)?

Was about to offer a bounty for someone to do this... Thanks!
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March 23, 2014, 05:47:17 PM
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Trying to figure out how the signature process works (so far only getting rejections). Do I broadcast signed(txn,key1)+signed(txn,key2) or do I broadcast signed(signed(txn,key1),key2)?

Was about to offer a bounty for someone to do this... Thanks!

The second one.
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March 23, 2014, 11:05:15 PM
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My 3 of 5 is being rejected... The "verify script" shows all in order. Blockchain.info pushtx:
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Script not of right size, expecting 2 but got 5
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March 23, 2014, 11:30:11 PM
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My 3 of 5 is being rejected... The "verify script" shows all in order. Blockchain.info pushtx:
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Script not of right size, expecting 2 but got 5

I couldn't use Blockchain.info's pushtx for this. *shrugs*

I just used the one on OPs website.

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March 24, 2014, 12:02:43 AM
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My 3 of 5 is being rejected... The "verify script" shows all in order. Blockchain.info pushtx:
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Script not of right size, expecting 2 but got 5

I couldn't use Blockchain.info's pushtx for this. *shrugs*

I just used the one on OPs website.



Coinb.in is also failing... I also just tried a 3 of 4...

Edit: I was running the multisig locally, maybe that's why it failed (doesn't explain why blockchain.info failed...) - it worked on the site. Let's see if it gets into the blockchain.
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March 24, 2014, 12:06:04 AM
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My 3 of 5 is being rejected... The "verify script" shows all in order. Blockchain.info pushtx:
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Script not of right size, expecting 2 but got 5

I couldn't use Blockchain.info's pushtx for this. *shrugs*

I just used the one on OPs website.



Coinb.in is also failing... I also just tried a 3 of 4...

3 of 4 worked fine for me... note that if you try to resubmit the same transaction it will say your txn is invalid.
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March 24, 2014, 12:14:11 AM
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My 3 of 5 is being rejected... The "verify script" shows all in order. Blockchain.info pushtx:
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Script not of right size, expecting 2 but got 5

I couldn't use Blockchain.info's pushtx for this. *shrugs*

I just used the one on OPs website.



Coinb.in is also failing... I also just tried a 3 of 4...

3 of 4 worked fine for me... note that if you try to resubmit the same transaction it will say your txn is invalid.

My 3 of 4 just got confirmations. 3 of 5 still being rejected by both coinb.in and blockchain.info.
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March 24, 2014, 12:21:13 AM
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My 3 of 5 is being rejected... The "verify script" shows all in order. Blockchain.info pushtx:
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Script not of right size, expecting 2 but got 5

I couldn't use Blockchain.info's pushtx for this. *shrugs*

I just used the one on OPs website.



Coinb.in is also failing... I also just tried a 3 of 4...

3 of 4 worked fine for me... note that if you try to resubmit the same transaction it will say your txn is invalid.

My 3 of 4 just got confirmations. 3 of 5 still being rejected by both coinb.in and blockchain.info.

It might be over 500 bytes... in which case (I'm told) it won't get confirmed by anyone.
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March 24, 2014, 04:41:57 AM
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It might be over 500 bytes... in which case (I'm told) it won't get confirmed by anyone.

Confirmed 3 of 4 txn, 577 bytes.
https://blockchain.info/tx/ec680affe2d8f8c846e6906a0a16f99c32d931a32fc38b60caf48f057cf99915
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March 24, 2014, 06:31:49 AM
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How do i create multisig address with bitcoinqt

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April 01, 2014, 08:18:36 AM
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Great work. Any plans to integrate this into bitcoinjs ?

Or is it possible to get a look at the JS non-minimised ?

Thanks.

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